Imagining the Math Manipulative Ladder at MathScience Innovation Center

Friday, 04 May, 2018

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Reimagine how math manipulatives can ignite your students’ interest and understanding of math concepts. 

K-8 teachers learn how the manipulation of objects can give students a deeper understanding of number sense, building connections between concrete and abstract thought processing.

Face-to-Face Class: March 8, 2018, 4:30pm to 7:00pm

Virtual Class Sessions: March 22, April 26, and May 10, 2018

Benefits:

• Receive 20 relicensure points

• Receive valuable classroom activities and materials including a manipulative tool kit

• Explore the use of physical and virtual math manipulatives when working with students

• Develop strategies to use math manipulatives to differentiate instruction; better serving student needs

• Learn and utilize new technologies to work and communicate with colleagues and students

• Enjoy networking and idea-sharing with colleagues; building a catalog of manipulatives, resources, and strategies for math manipulative implementation in your classroom

• Free to full consortium member school divisions

• $90.00 Institutional member school divisions

• $180.00 all other participants

Full Consortium Member School Divisions: Chesterfield, Colonial Heights, Hanover, Henrico, King William, Petersburg, Powhatan, & Richmond.

Institutional Members School Divisions: Dinwiddie, Goochland, Hopewell, & Prince George

Cost

Free to full consortium member school divisions

Venue

MathScience Innovation Center
2401 Hartman Street
Richmond, VA 23223
United States

Event Contact

Daphne Schmidt

Phone: 8043436525
Website: Click to Visit

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