Are you ready to create systemic change on your campus?
At Strategic Intervention Solutions, our workshops provide not only the theory behind each instructional practice, but also explain the all-important practical application of those theories, which is something our teachers find practical and useful in their classrooms and can use the next day.
Molding Math Mindsets (M³)
One of our most important initiatives is Molding Math Mindsets or M³, a sustained professional development and coaching program. M³ provides a comprehensive plan to help teachers transition from a “one-size-fits-all” math instructional model to a hands-on, interactive workshop model in order to integrate critical Common Core Standards and Practices. The goal of the M³ initiative is to equip teachers with in-depth knowledge of mathematical content in order to build confidence and raise the level of teaching in the classroom.
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We would love to come to your school, district, or county! Browse the available workshops listed below for an idea of topics in which we specialize. Let us know what you’re looking for and we’ll customize a workshop that works for you!
What people are saying…
I am extremely pleased with Strategic Intervention Solutions. Our teachers understand the importance of helping students understand the process of mathematics, and the students understand number sense and the “why” behind how math works. The SIS4Teachers team has a vast knowledge and understanding of how to guide teachers to increase student understanding and achievement that is nothing short of amazing.
Shannon is always enthusiastic and helpful, an expert in how to help students in multiple ways. She has a vast toolbox and has shared this with our staff; they are well equipped to provide solid math instruction because of this professional development.
I have been teaching 20 years, and I have to say that this is my best year yet as a teacher. My students and I have had so many ‘aha’ moments this year in math. I am having so much fun; the students are also. Many students told me that they didn’t care for math before this year. Now it is their favorite subject. Thank you, Shannon, for your help.