Math games sound like a GREAT idea, don’t they! They can take math workshop to a whole new level and provide a second or third layer of reinforcement for students – no more busy work!
Just for Fun
It’s finally here!
As I’ve honed my craft of professional development, the strategic lens that I used in special education has continued to be my guide.
For a long time, people have asked me to tell my story of how I came from the classroom to where I am today.
The importance of multiplication patterns is a topic that we’ve covered before at SIS4Teachers, but is no less important now than it was then.
Making all the preparations for everything to be perfect for the 2018-2019 school year can be exciting, yet it brings some anxiety as well.
Blocks are an essential part of any early childhood experience, whether in a classroom or at home.
The concept of Math Workshop changes the way math has looked in schools for the past 30 years.
Last week I was in New Orleans working with Lafourche Parish preschool teachers. The goal of the day was numeracy, and one of the highlights was the afternoon make-and-take session, where we had five stations for teachers to visit.
I’ve walked in to dozens of different schools around the country (and outside of it!) in the last month. In fact, I’ve been working with teacher for the last 14 days in a row, and I see the prep that goes into the school year.