Math on the "Planes" 2017

Centennial, Colorado
Friday, February 24, 2017

Math on the "Planes" 2017

Friday, February 24, 2017 - Saturday, February 25, 2017

Student Achievement Resource Center (SARC)
14188 E. Briarwood Avenue
Centennial, Colorado 80112
United States

Phone: 720-200-4030
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***Sold ​Out ​- ​email ​raglankm@gmail.com ​to ​be ​placed ​on ​our ​waitlist.***

Looking ​at ​Tier ​1 ​Instruction ​and ​Tier ​2 ​Interventions: ​Supporting ​Students ​in ​Grades ​K-5 ​Who ​Struggle ​with ​Learning ​Mathematics ​

Attendees ​can ​select ​ONE ​day ​of ​this ​training ​only:
February ​24 ​(7:30 ​am ​- ​3:30 ​PM): ​Target ​audience: ​grades ​K-2 ​general ​education ​and ​special ​education ​teachers, ​math ​interventionists, ​district-level ​and ​building-level ​math ​leaders
February ​25 ​(7:30 ​am ​- ​3:30 ​PM): ​Target ​audience: ​grade ​3-5 ​general ​education ​and ​special ​education ​teachers, ​math ​interventionists, ​district-level ​and ​building-level ​math ​leaders

*Early ​registration ​rates ​go ​through ​2/5/2017. ​After ​that ​rates ​are: ​members ​and ​groups ​of ​10 ​or ​more: ​$150.00, ​non-members: ​$190.00 ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​

With ​a ​focus ​on ​multi-tiered ​systems ​of ​support, ​classroom ​and ​special ​education ​teachers ​and ​interventionists ​will ​expand ​their ​knowledge ​of ​highly ​engaging ​Tier ​1 ​instruction ​and ​Tier ​2 ​interventions ​to ​support ​students’ ​learning ​of ​mathematics. ​ ​During ​these ​highly ​interactive ​workshops, ​participants ​will ​consider ​interventions ​and ​assessments ​using ​multiple ​strategies ​for ​learning ​number ​and ​operations ​and ​algebraic ​thinking. ​Using ​evidence-based ​strategies ​such ​as ​concrete/semi-concrete/abstract ​(CSA) ​participants ​will ​experience ​classroom-tested ​tasks ​that ​create ​robust ​learning ​and ​avoid ​the ​“teaching ​as ​telling” ​approach. ​These ​workshops ​will ​address ​the ​components ​of ​a ​strong ​intervention ​model ​and ​will ​emphasize ​the ​need ​to ​focus ​on ​students’ ​strengths.

This ​professional ​development ​opportunity ​is ​designed ​as ​two ​separate ​one-day ​workshops. ​ ​The ​content ​for ​the ​two ​morning ​sessions ​will ​be ​similar ​with ​the ​two ​afternoon ​sessions ​providing ​different ​focuses. ​The ​February ​24 ​workshop ​will ​look ​at ​instruction ​and ​interventions ​appropriate ​for ​grades ​K-2 ​and ​the ​February ​25 ​workshop ​will ​focus ​on ​instruction ​and ​interventions ​specific ​to ​grade-level ​content ​for ​grades ​3-5. ​Attendees ​are ​only ​able ​to ​register ​for ​ONE ​day ​of ​this ​training. ​

Dr. ​Karen ​Karp ​will ​lead ​these ​interactive ​workshops. ​ ​She ​is ​a ​Visiting ​Professor ​in ​the ​Ed.D. ​Program ​in ​the ​School ​of ​Education ​at ​Johns ​Hopkins ​University. ​For ​twenty-one ​years ​prior ​to ​this ​appointment, ​she ​was ​Professor ​of ​Mathematics ​Education ​in ​the ​Department ​of ​Early ​and ​Elementary ​Childhood ​Education ​at ​the ​University ​of ​Louisville. ​Karen ​is ​the ​author ​or ​co-author ​of ​more ​than ​twenty ​books ​including, ​Elementary ​and ​Middle ​School ​Mathematics: ​Teaching ​Developmentally; ​Student ​Centered ​Mathematics; ​Developing ​Essential ​Understanding ​of ​Addition ​and ​Subtraction ​for ​Teaching ​Mathematics; ​Inspiring ​Girls ​to ​Think ​Mathematically, ​seventeen ​book ​chapters, ​and ​approximately ​forty ​articles. ​ ​She ​is ​a ​former ​member ​of ​the ​Board ​of ​Directors ​of ​the ​National ​Council ​of ​Teachers ​of ​Mathematics ​(NCTM) ​and ​a ​former ​president ​of ​the ​Association ​of ​Mathematics ​Teacher ​Educators ​(AMTE). ​

While ​on ​the ​NCTM ​Board, ​Karen ​was ​Co-PI ​on ​a ​grant ​funded ​by ​the ​National ​Science ​Foundation ​to ​bring ​together ​teams ​of ​mathematics ​educators ​and ​special ​educators ​to ​develop ​research ​and ​opportunities ​to ​support ​the ​teaching ​of ​mathematics ​to ​students ​with ​disabilities. ​She ​continues ​to ​work ​in ​classrooms ​across ​the ​country ​to ​support ​teachers ​of ​students ​with ​disabilities ​in ​their ​mathematics ​instruction. ​

Questions: ​Contact ​Kelly ​Ragland ​raglankm@gmail.com ​Note: ​Because ​of ​the ​highly ​interactive ​nature ​of ​these ​workshops, ​participation ​will ​be ​limited ​to ​60 ​attendees ​per ​day. ​Attendees ​may ​only ​register ​for ​one ​of ​the ​two ​days. ​For ​updates ​on ​future ​events, ​please ​visit ​the ​CCLD ​website: ​www.cocld.org ​

The ​Colorado ​Metro ​Math ​Intervention ​Team ​and ​the ​Colorado ​Council ​for ​Teachers ​of ​Mathematics ​support ​Math ​on ​the ​“Planes”.

***Registration ​for ​both ​days ​is ​full. ​If ​you ​would ​like ​to ​be ​added ​to ​the ​wait-list ​please ​email ​Kelly: ​raglankm@gmail.com.***
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