Specially Designed Instruction In Math Summer Workshop Series

math students at the board

Concrete Models of Good Math Instruction—June 17th, 9am-4pm #SU1532436

In this workshop you will acquire strategies and ideas for how to best adapt the general education curriculum to meet the needs of students with disabilities. We will debunk the myth that students struggling should not be exposed to higher mathematical concepts. You will also gain ideas for how to adapt and modify curriculum while maintaining high expectations for all students.

Math Games: Box Cars and One-Eyed Jacks—June 22nd, 9am-12pm or 1pm-4pm

Shuffling into Math (Grades K-3) #SU1531794 – In this interactive and fun math games workshop, Jane Felling from Box Cars and One-Eyed Jacks will teach you to use games as a teaching strategy and will share the reasons behind why this strategy works. Handouts and game ideas will concentrate on numeration and number sense, patterning, basic operations, place value, data management, graphing, problem solving and other key parts of the state curriculum.

All Hands on Deck (Grades 3-6) #SU153173 – In this interactive, game-based workshop, John Felling will offer ways to engage and encourage your upper elementary math students. John and Jane teach workshop participants to use games as a teaching strategy and include why this powerful strategy works.

To Drill or Not to Drill: Math Facts Through Strategies—July 15th, 9am –4pm #SU1529402

Students are expected to master their basic math facts but many struggle to do so.  Research shows that instruction of strategies for basic facts increases students’ likelihood of mastery and retention. Many students develop their own strategies. However, these strategies can be ineffective and inefficient. In this workshop, you will learn strategy-based instruction for all basic math facts for all four basic operations: addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division.

Explicit Instruction for Math Word Problems—August 13th, 9am-4pm #SU1532437

This workshop will provide you with evidence-based strategies to support and strengthen instruction for math word problems for students with disabilities. Research has shown that for students who are struggling, the elements of explicit instruction are key to helping these students make gains and be successful.

OR Register for all 5 workshops for only $140! #SU1532452


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