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Operation: Math Basics


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Looking for engaging ways to assist students of grades 2-8 who struggle with the foundational mathematical skills of addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division? Then join the P-12 Math & Science Outreach unit as we host this exciting two-day training, Operation: Math Basics. During the session participants will learn unique and motivational strategies that can be used as interventions to help students who struggle with the foundational concepts that are included in the Kentucky Big Idea of Number, Properties and Operations.

This training utilizes models and games as a different way to approach these foundational concepts that is motivational to students. Participants will leave with a variety of ways to assist students with being successful in learning addition, subtraction, multiplication and division. Each participant receives $200 worth of training materials so they may return to their school and immediately implement the learned strategies including a tote bag containing game cards, base ten blocks, number cubes, dice and other manipulatives!

Target Audience

Grades 2-8 intervention specialists, classroom teachers, instructional assistants, special education math teachers, math coaches, curriculum specialists, volunteers, and parents

Available Sessions

July 14-15, 2010
Tolene Pitts, Regional Teacher Partner
Martha Thompson, Rowan County Schools

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

This training has been previously offered by PIMSER under the title "One-to-One Math"

For More Information

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

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

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