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Differentiating math instruction doesn’t have to be complicated and overwhelming. These posts will walk you through specific steps for introducing your students to Math Workshop so you can start differentiating math instruction with ease.
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These five communication tools make it easier for you to consistently share student progress about math understanding with families. If you love using hands-on learning, multi-step projects, and work that students refer to multiple times throughout the unit so they can build on their learning and deepen their understanding, these tools are for you! Each tool is designed to keep parents in the loop with what their child is learning and how they are progressing in your workshop-style classroom.
Learn how to use rubrics to help students set goals that lead to high-quality work and keep them engaged so they can make meaningful growth.
As you may know, problem solving task cards are one of my favorite learning tools for building students’ ability to solve complex word problems. Over
Originally posted: February 28, 2016 | Updated: February 20, 2020 About 60% of our second grade day is spent in small group instruction, and our
Your math block is likely a time of day when your advanced learners stand out like a sore thumb if you don’t have the resources
This is part three in a series of posts about how I introduce the routines of Math Workshop over the course of three weeks. If
Workshop teaching is one of the most effective ways to differentiate instruction for the wide variety of learners in your classroom. But with so many