Event Phone: 904.853.6628
JUST IN TIME-TEACHER Summer Series Fact Fluency
June 22, 2022
10:00 am - 1:00 pm
This summer [Math]odology will replace our annual institute, “Essential Understanding in Mathematics,” with six live virtual workshops throughout June and July.
At [Math]odology we strive to provide teachers with tools to make the teaching and learning of mathematics accessible for all. Our “Just In Time” workshop series offers rich professional development on the precise topics you need. We understand your time is valuable so our workshops will focus on one concept and the development of the core knowledge needed to obtain success. Sarah Schaefer & Dr. Jennifer Bay Williams will incorporate the phases to building automaticity around math facts and discuss how to relate these strategies to achieve abstract thinking and reasoning.
Since 2007, Sarah has held teacher, student, and parent workshops around the globe. Since the pandemic, she and her team have provided hundreds of hours of support to teachers, students, and parents through virtual workshops, webinars, and recorded videos. Her 20 years of teaching mathematics in K-12 classrooms along with her extensive teacher training and most recent authorship of both the think!Mathematics and Developing Roots places Sarah as a leader in the field.
Jennifer Bay-Williams is a mathematics teacher educator, an author, and a national mathematics leader. Her recent books include Math Fact Fluency: 60+ Games and Assessment Tools to Support Learning and Retention, Teaching Student-Centered Mathematics (3-book series), Elementary and Middle School Mathematics: Teaching Developmentally (now in its 10th edition), Everything you Need to Know about Mathematics Coaching and On the Money (math & financial literacy 3-book series). She has served on the NCTM Board of Directors, AMTE (president and secretary), and currently serves on the TODOS: Mathematics for All Board of Directors. She is a professor at the University of Louisville (Kentucky), where she teaches undergraduate and graduate students and works in local schools to support effective mathematics teaching and learning. She has offered over 500 presentations in the United States and abroad. Before becoming a teacher educator, Jennifer taught K-12 mathematics in Missouri and in Perú.
The sessions have limited capacity; which means you’ll be collaborating with smaller groups and learning with educators from around the world. We hope that the time is right for you to join us as we teach less, and learn more!
Developing Fact Fluency
We complete our summer series with a deep dive into concepts around geometry and measurement. During this session, participants will learn the basic concepts in geometry and apply these concepts to solve problems while uncovering the big ideas around measurement. Participants will leave with strategies to help students connect ideas.
Offered June 22, 2022 10 a.m.-1 p.m. EST
Venue: Remote Learning
Virtual training sessions through zoom cloud platform.