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Amy Stark is a National Board Certified Teacher, author and national presenter. She is not only currently a primary grades classroom teacher, but she also brings vast personal experience in successfully using Guided Math with her own students. Participants regularly praise Amy’s practical, easy-to-implement and budgetfriendly ideas. Amy designed this seminar specifically for kindergarten to third grade teachers who want to learn highly effective strategies to organize, implement, enhance, and manage Guided Math groups. Amy is also the author of Guided Math: Differentiate Your Math Instruction Using Small Groups, Centers and Whole Group Strategies (Grades K-3), the extensive digital resource handbook you will receive at her seminar.

You’ll leave with a wealth of valuable Guided Math resources, ideas and activities to make learning fun and increase your students’ success in math. Join Amy for a day filled with innovative, motivating Guided Math approaches to improve the mathematics learning and success of all your grades K-3 students.

What Your Colleagues Say About Your Presenter

"Fast-paced with tons of information that will enhance our current Guided Math program. Amy Stark is very knowledgeable in answering questions. I highly recommend her seminar!"
– Kati McClurg, Kindergarten Teacher

"Very practical resources that take little time and money."
– Cristina Mitchell, 2nd Grade Teacher

"Amy presents fantastic suggestions with countless ideas that can be immediately implemented in the classroom!"
– Maura Shanoha, 2nd-3rd Grade Resource Teacher

"Fun academic games and activities! Lots of examples on how to organize and schedule Guided Math groups."
– Tracy Bufler, Instructional Coach

"Outstanding presentation, jam-packed with a wealth of examples to use immediately. I like how Amy used common childhood games with math concepts."
– Linda Ryzner, Curriculum Team Leader