Lesson Study Farmington, Connecticut
October 12, 2022 - October 13, 2022
8:00 am - 3:00 pm
Date: October 12 – 13, 2022
Location: Farmington, CT
Theme: Differentiating lessons to challenge every learner.
The focus for our lesson study in Farmington, Connecticut will focus on differentiating lessons to challenge every learner.
In person and virtual participants will meet with authors, Sarah Schaefer and Dr. Yeap Ban Har to review key aspects of the lesson focus as well as what to observe when Dr. Yeap conducts a think!Mathematics lesson in each classroom. We will then debrief each lesson, reflecting on observable evidence related to the lesson study theme as well as any improvements that can be made for the lessons that will be taught in the future. Through this process, teachers will be involved in a rich learning experience where all will walk away with a renewed depth of knowledge of effective practices of mathematics instruction in the elementary classroom.
Please note there is not a virtual option for this location.
About Sarah Schaefer:
Sarah Schaefer, M.Ed., is the founder of Mathodology, contributing author of think!Mathematics, and lead author of Developing Roots (Kindergarten). She has been teaching K-12 Mathematics in public and private schools since 1995. She understands your challenges when it comes to teaching and learning mathematics as she has lived the process.
Dr. Yeap Ban Har is an established name in Singapore Math. As an educator, he has taught classes around the world. As an academic, he has presented keynote lectures at international conferences and written for academic publications. He is also well-known for lesson study and is a specialist in the APEC Lesson Study Project.
- Space is limited to 15 in person attendees and 50 virtual attendees.
- In person ticket price DOES NOT include travel and lodging.
- Please note there is not a virtual option for this location.
Cancellation Policy: If a cancellation must occur, it must be within 30 days of the event date. Purchase will not be refunded, but registration can be transferred to another participant.