This two-part PD Resource Kit takes participants into intermediate grade classrooms where educators are using practical hands-on lessons and key instructional techniques for teaching problem solving. Both parts of the training program demonstrate a rich variety of ways to engage students in problem-solving models, hand-on explorations, discussions and writing.
Taped in primary classrooms, this PD Resource Kit demonstrates a wealth of highly engaging ways to develop young students’ proficiency with addition and subtraction math facts.
Intermediate grade students who have a firm grasp of math facts are better prepared for learning increasingly complex math concepts.
The purpose of this program is to demonstrate strategies and techniques that can transform middle and high school students’ attitudes about math and deepen their understanding of key math concepts.
Guided math is a versatile instructional strategy that works well with all math programs.
Guided math is a practical, small group approach that provides primary students with the instruction and coaching they need to develop foundational math skills and concepts.
Participants will see key elements of RTI in action: collaboration to address students’ learning needs, math assessment data that guides instruction, and timely targeted interventions to support elementary students who struggle with math.
Writing is a powerful tool that increases students' understanding of math concepts. This PD Resource Kit demonstrates dozens of ways to integrate writing into elementary math lessons.
Third through sixth grade learners need to gain proficiency in math calculation skills, but computation is not enough to ensure math understanding. This Streaming Video takes you into intermediate grade classrooms to watch teachers engage students in thinking, talking and writing to help them analyze, process, and articulate new mathematical learning.
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