Some of you know I am volunteering with two third-grade classrooms in the building where I used to teach. We have spent the first part of this year working on understanding the concepts of multiplication and division. We've built equal groups with counters, skip-counted on a number line, built area models and arrays, learned how … Continue reading How “SMART” Are We???
I am excited to have the opportunity to once again deliver my 2-day seminar across the country. For those of you who have attended in the past, thank you! Your positive comments and feedback have helped me continuously shape and evolve this seminar to meet teachers’ needs. For those of you who haven’t had the … Continue reading It’s Seminar Season…
Hopefully you will have joined us on Tuesday night poolside in Vegas. I've already heard from several presenters who read yesterday's post and they will be there with me! We meet so many of you in our sessions, but we don't get the chance to really get to know you. That's what the pool sessions … Continue reading 17 Reasons to Attend SDE’s National Teaching Math Conference: Reasons #8 & 9
53 days and counting...crazy to think that two months from today everyone will be home from the conference. Time is certainly flying by quickly! On to reason #7 to attend the Teaching Math Conference--Interactive Notebooks! At the end of day 1 I will spend 75 minutes discussing the nuts and bolts of interactive notebooks for … Continue reading 17 Reasons to Attend SDE’s National Teaching Math Conference: Reason #7
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