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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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This is part two in a series of posts about how I introduce the routines of Math Workshop over the course of three weeks. If
Taking time at the beginning of the year to carefully introduce Math Workshop empowers your students to take ownership of their daily math routines, and
Establishing consistent accountability when using the workshop approach to teaching and learning may seem daunting at first. After all, your students are producing, and consuming
Project based learning (PBL) is one of the most engaging ways for students to learn and master concepts. You probably already know about the cross
When adopting workshop-style teaching and learning, you need a clear plan for how to keep students accountable without drowning in papers to grade. Many teachers
Math Workshop makes differentiating instruction seamless. If you want to learn more about the framework for Math Workshop, please read this post first. What Happens
The difference between a classroom with a smooth-running workshop model, and one where students are off task during MathWorkshop is simple. In the former classroom,
One of the most enjoyable things about Math Workshop is the ability to modify the specific approach to instruction and practice within a consistent framework.
One of the greatest challenges we face as teachers is finding enough time for all the instruction we need to fit in. Often times, we