Summer 2022 4-Day Multisensory Mathematics Workshop with Marilyn Zecher   Recently updated !


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Fan favorite, unique, national speaker, and educator, Marilyn Zecher is back this summer! 

Join her, for 4 full days of online math fun and skill building that will make a real difference in your teaching. 

Mon, Jun 20–Thu, Jun 23, 2022, 8:30 PM-3:30 PM

Complete the workshop and earn 24 CEUs! 

Recorded Access is available until August 30, 2022.

Tickets: $600 NOBIDA Members, $650 Non-Members

Marilyn’s fans rave:

“Her class has truly changed my outlook on teaching math to my classes forever and I cannot wait to start implementing the strategies and procedures daily in my classes.”

“Wow, just wow. This was profound. As a teacher, I am shocked this was never part of my teacher training program.”

“I’d like to replicate her and place her in every classroom in America!”

Click Here and Register Today! 

Foundation Skills and Core Concepts for Teaching Mathematics in a Standards Based Curriculum

This workshop addresses the foundations of mathematical literacy as recommended in standards-based curricula.  It covers subitizing and numeracy, place value, four basic operations, fraction and decimal fraction concepts  with linkages to ways the conceptual hierarchy of skills impacts higher math.  Illustrations include the various ways these core concepts impact and link to algebra.

The teaching strategies and explicit language demonstrated in this workshop are appropriate for use with any curriculum or program. The evidence based instructional sequence Concrete-Representational-Abstract is modeled with explicit instructional language which enhances student comprehension.  Participants practice instructional strategies during the workshop. 

The workshop is appropriate for general education teachers, resource and special education teachers, ESOL teachers and any teachers who teach in an inclusion setting.  These strategies can be adapted from inclusive classroom settings to exclusive use for intervention and remedial settings. 

Day One: Research, Rationale, Description of Learning Challenges Impacting Learning in Mathematics, Core Instructional Strategies, CRA Instructional Sequence, Importance of Subitizing and Numeracy Skills, and Neuroscience Behind Shifts in Instruction 

Day Two: Specific Strategies for Teaching Place Value, Basic Operations, and the Beginnings of Multiplication/Division Concepts and the Multisensory Math Lesson Plan

Day Three: A Continuation of Multiplication/Division Strategies, Developing Fluency Models, Strategies for Differentiation, Ideas for Intervention, and Initial Fraction Concepts  

Day Four:  Strategies for Supporting Students Problem Solving (Word Problems) and Practical Ideas for Teaching Fraction and Decimal Concepts with Implications for Algebra.

Register today and build your skills before the new school year!

Contact lisa@nobida.org with questions.


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