Are you seeking mathematics professional development that you can do from home at your own pace? Well, here are a few opportunities that you might want to check out! Intensive Intervention in Mathematics The National Center on Intensive Intervention has created course content focused on developing educators’ skills in providing intensive mathematics instruction. The 8… Read More Self-Paced Summer Math Professional Development Opportunities
Curriculum Evaluation Tools The Reading League has a Curriculum Evaluation Tool to help you identify gaps that need to be addressed. It aligns with each strand of the Reading Rope. Other tools and resources to strengthen your literacy instruction can be found in A Principal’s Primer for Raising Reading Achievement and LETRS Foundations: An Introduction… Read More Filling the Gaps in Literacy Curricula
Are you seeking evidence-based practices in mathematics, but cannot find the time to scour through mountains of research? Well, these practical guides have condensed evidence-based math best practices into ready-to-use guides. Just click the image to download the resource. Problem Solved! Building Understanding of Word Problems Using UPS Check This TACtic describes UPS-Check problem-solving process… Read More From Research to Practice: Check Out These User-Friendly Math Resources
Whether you are teaching face-to-face, virtually, or in a hybrid situation, there are many promising practices and strategies that can be effective with exceptional learners. In fact, many existing evidence-based, high-leverage practices can be implemented within distance learning programs. Murawski and Gaines (2021) suggest the following to make learning work for everyone: EMBRACE Universal Design… Read More Doing What Works With Exceptional Learners In All Learning Settings
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When teaching students who have difficulties in mathematics, it is important to incorporate instructional practices that have been shown, through evidence, to improve outcomes. Three evidence-based strategies for mathematics instruction are visual representations, metacognitive strategies, and schema instruction. Visual Representations In order to develop every student’s mathematical proficiency, leaders and teachers must systematically integrate the… Read More Using Evidence-Based Math Strategies to Specially Design Instruction
The VDOE will be hosting a series of Fall math webinars focused on addressing unfinished learning and implementing rich mathematical tasks. Descriptions for each session are below, and registration links can be accessed by clicking the date of the workshop. Zoom meeting information will be emailed after registering. Webinar Registration Link Webinar Session Description Wednesday,… Read More VDOE Fall 2020 Math Webinar Series