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7 Classroom Assessment Practices That Promote Learning (As Well As Measure It)
Speaker: Jay McTighe
Jay will present 7 practical and proven classroom assessment practices that help advance learning while also allowing teachers to gauge what students understand, know and can do.
How to Teach Students Who Think They Hate Math
Speaker: Judy Willis
Neurologist, educator and author of Learning to Love Math: Teaching Strategies that Change Student Attitudes and Get Results, Judy Willis explores the “I hate math” syndrome and provides strategies for dismantling this mental block.
Take Charge of Differentiated Instruction to Speed Up Student Learning
Speaker: Carol Tomlinson
Carol dispels common misconceptions about differentiation and flags common omissions in its practice. She shares key strategies to add to your repertoire!
First Weeks of School: Best Practices for Teachers
Speaker: Mike Anderson
in the critical first weeks of school, teachers need a special set of practices to make a positive first impression and set the tone for the year ahead. Here’s how to get the new year off to a running start.
Visual Teaching of Math Concepts
Speaker: Marian Small
Marian will change your thinking about how you teach math. She will give you lots of ideas, sample tasks and visuals to use with your students right away. Appropriate for all grade levels.
Best Grade 6-12 Math Instructional Strategies to Help Any Student Progress to Grade-Level Math
Speaker: Paul Riccomini
Learn about research-based, high-impact instructional strategies that help students remember and apply critical mathematical concepts and skills with greater fluency and automaticity. Paul introduces Interleaved Working Solutions, a practice that is very effective for independent work.
Tune Up Your Classroom Management Skills
Speaker: Rick Smith
You’ve made your best effort to create a good, orderly learning environment in the classroom but, frankly, things could be better. G you and your staff will learn new strategies and get a fresh perspective on helping students stay on track .
How to Engage and Support K-6 English Language Learners in Math
Speaker: Grace Davila Coates
If math is a universal language, why do your K-6 English Language Learners (ELLs) wear such perplexed looks in math class? Here are some research-based strategies to support ELLs as they build conceptual understanding in math.Listen Now