A comprehensive professional development workshop that supports teachers in building foundational knowledge, planning instruction, and ensuring effective lesson delivery.
Course Highlights Include:
- Background information on the science of learning math including subitizing, decomposition, and building automaticity.
- Understanding learning disabilities in math including dyscalculia and how to employ a variety of assessment tools to better understand students' needs.
- Planning and practicing instructional strategies that can be used in whole class, small group, and individual settings.
In addition to the 11 self-guided modules (30 hours of content) the live workshops (15 hours) are designed to support the delivery of instruction, lesson planning, and assessment interpretation.
Coursework is completed between July 9 - December 15, 2021, and live workshops are held:
Tuesday evenings from 6 - 8:30pm on the following dates:
*A minimum number of participants is required by September 1, 2021 to run the 45-hour course. Graduate credits (3) are available through Gordon College for an additional fee of $225.
To pay by purchase order please send an email to Melissa Orkin, [email protected]