Differentiation Using Guided Math: The goal of Guided Math is to meet students where they are in their learning trajectory. Differentiation may be the single most important instructional move teachers can make as students return to classrooms with a greater range of needs due to time out of the classroom due to Covid -19. High quality differentiation focuses on learning rather than doing. These 6 sessions will focus on research based instructional strategies to support Guided Math and help your students achieve maximum growth and individual success. All math teachers will benefit from these sessions whether they are new to Guided Math or have used it before. Teachers who are new to Guided Math are encouraged to register for all sessions. Teachers who have used Guided Math in the past may decide to choose the sessions that interest them most.
Session # 4
Small Group Instruction is the most important component of Guided Math. At the end of this session will have the knowledge and skills to lead small groups of students through instruction based on their specific learning needs, whether it is intensive, targeted instruction for struggling learners, practice of new skills, or introduction of new concepts
Christine Michalyshen is a math consultant in Frontier School Division, the largest geographical school division in Canada. She travels to remote northern communities where she provides high quality math coaching and professional development to teachers. Christine has specialized in mathematics instruction for the past 24 years, with an emphasis on the middle years. Recently she has been sharing her passion for mathematics and teaching in kindergarten to grade nine classrooms using the Guided Math Framework. Christine is the only accredited Laney Sammons Guided Math Consultant in Canada. She is successfully implementing the Guided Math Framework in her school division to meet the diverse needs of her students.
February 07, 2023
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