FACTastic Math Strategy System has video and stickers!

The FACTastic Math Strategy System, a strategy-based instructional program for teaching basic math facts, has now released instructional videos for teachers and take-home stickers for students.

The FACTastic video gallery offers 5 short demonstration videos to help you get started with the FACTastic instructional program in your class.

After teachers teach a FACTastic strategy, a sticker can be proudly displayed on the students’ shirts inviting parents and school staff to ask the students about their learning. This can provide additional opportunities for students to talk about newly learned strategies.

To print off your FACTastic stickers for FREE, visit our store website, www.store.esc13.net.

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To Drill or Not to Drill Math Facts?

math students at the board

Are your students struggling with mastery of basic math facts? Not sure what else to try to help students master their math facts? Can all students master the basic math facts?

If you have these questions, this workshop has the answers.

Come to To Drill or Not to Drill to learn about strategy-based instruction for teaching the basic math facts. This workshop is great for any teacher working with any student in math. These strategies are good core instruction for grades 1st through 4th grade and great intervention instruction for grades 5th through high school.

Next workshop happening March 10th at 9:00 am at ESC Region 13 Service Center.

To register visit ecampus.esc13.net and search for To Drill or Not to Drill.

Do your students struggle with basic math facts?

Students with working memory difficulties, math disabilities, and other learning disabilities can really struggle with the memorization of the basic math facts.  Even though there are tools like multiplication charts to provide accommodations for students, this deficiency will continue to hinder their mathematical abilities in later grades and in life. So what can we do?

To Drill or Not to Drill? workshop will focus on teaching basic math facts through strategies rather than memorization. Math fact strategies can build a student’s conceptual understanding of numbers and number relationships. The use of strategies also encourages flexible thinking in our students. The strategies taught in this workshop are researched based.

To register visit: https://ecampus.esc13.net Workshop # FA1327345, Sept. 25th 9 am – 4 pm.

Best of all this workshop is FREE and comes along with FREE resources. FACTastic Math Strategy System is a flashcard based system to help teach students the strategies and provide students with effective and efficient practice of the facts. For September only, the workshop and two sets of FACTastic cards (addition/subtraction and multiplicition/division) are completely FREE!

Follow the link to find out more,  http://bit.ly/16KMyiY