SMc Curriculum Practical Small Group Strategies for Differentiated Math Instruction Join us in 4 locations across Oregon and Washington for a training for teachers of math! 0 stars, based on 0 reviews 0 5
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Practical Small Group Strategies for Differentiated Math Instruction

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Practical Small Group Strategies for Differentiated Math Instruction

Practical Small Group Strategies for Differentiated Math Instruction

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Join us in 4 locations across Oregon and Washington for a training for teachers of math!
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Practical Small Group Strategies (grades K-5) - Pendleton OR - October 3, 2017 (+$199.00 per item)
Practical Small Group Strategies (grades K-5) - Tualatin, OR - October 24, 2017 (+$199.00 per item)
Practical Small Group Strategies (grades K-5) - Federal Way, WA - November 2, 2017 (+$199.00 per item)
Practical Small Group Strategies (grades K-5) - Medford, OR - November 14, 2017 (+$199.00 per item)
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Each day, elementary teachers must deliver math instruction to students with a wide range of ability levels within a classroom. This workshop tackles the reality of that challenge. One effective approach is using small groups to deliver focused, differentiated math instruction that works with any curriculum. In this hands-on workshop, teachers will hear a variety of fresh and creative small-group strategies that presenters Laura Nelson and Jen Hunt have employed and seen work in K-5 classrooms throughout the Northwest. Participants will leave with a digital portfolio of age-appropriate activities, including printables as well as online resources.