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Algebra: All Aboard! (A3)


With the adoption of the Common Core Standards in mathematics, the ability for classroom teachers to design instruction that helps all students meet learning goals in Algebra is more critical than ever. However, many teachers lack tools in their arsenal to help them plan instruction that will not only engage and motivate a variety of learning needs they encounter, but also help all students meet learning goals in Algebra.

This multi-faceted approach to teaching Algebra encourages students of all learning styles to master the big ideas and concepts. During five days in the summer and three fall follow-ups, teachers will apply the latest research to curricular and instructional strategies. Participants will practice using technology, manipulatives, vocabulary strategies, various representations, communication and connections to enhance student learning for all students. Many of the strategies and ideas gained can be used as interventions for struggling students. Participants will leave with a toolbox of over $800 worth of instructional materials to use immediately as they return to the classroom!

Target Audience

Regular or special education pre-Algebra, Algebra I or Algebra II math teachers in grades 8-12; math coaches or curriculum coaches and intervention specialists

Available Sessions

July 26-30, 2010
Fall follow-ups: Sept. 13, Oct. 4, Nov. 1
Regional Teacher Partners
Jim Moore, Pam Harned
Assisting facilitators, Chris Bradley (Appalachian Teacher Partner, Anderson County, TN) and Susan Stringer (Appalachian Teacher Partner, Casey County KY) will share their first-hand knowledge and results of implementing this training in their classroom.

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Includes morning refreshments and lunch, meeting space, facilitator fees, administrative support, and all training materials including technology.

This training has been previously offered by PIMSER under the title "Everyone Passes Algebra"

For More Information

For more information on the program or to inquire about delivering this training to your school and/or district, please contact:
Kim Zeidler-Watters, Director

For more information regarding registration and payments, please contact:
Jessica Dutzy, Conference Coordinator

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