54 days! Can you believe it is only 54 days until the National Conference?? Time is certainly flying by. I am sure many of you are in the midst of wrapping up your current school year. Which means, you are also looking ahead to the next school year. What better way to get prepared than… Continue reading 17 Reasons to Attend SDE’s National Teaching Math Conference: Reasons 5 & 6
Are you thinking about attending SDE's National Conferences this summer? Are you wanting to find a way to convince someone to "sponsor" you to attend? Well...I'm starting a series of posts which will give you 17 reasons you should attend the National Teaching Math Conference! Here we go: Reasons 1, 2, 3, and 4--Addition, Subtraction,… Continue reading 17 Reasons to Attend SDE’s National Teaching Math Conference: Reasons #1-4
One component about guided math that everyone can agree on, the use of small group instruction. We all know the benefits of working with students in small groups, especially when our class sizes seem to keep growing and the needs of our students continue to deepen. When we think about small groups, we must keep… Continue reading Guided Math Part 4: Small Groups with a Big Purpose
I’m halfway through my series of posts about guided math. Thank you to those of you who have reached out with your kind comments and questions. I’m excited to have the chance to meet some of you in person in my upcoming seminar locations! This week I want to focus on one of the biggest… Continue reading Guided Math Part 3: Making Whole Group Instruction Work
The second post in my guided math series focuses on building mathematical thinkers.
Fall has become one of my favorite times of the year. I love the colors, the cool air, sweatshirts, AND it’s the beginning of my seminar season! For the third year in a row, I am getting ready to embark on my guided math seminar tour across the country. When thinking about where to begin… Continue reading What is Guided Math?