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Enhancing Math Instruction for the Struggling Learner-Winter 2019

Grades 6-9 Math Teachers (for teams of regular & special education teachers).

This session is co-facilitated by two people with math expertise and two people with special education expertise, taught to mixed audiences of general math and special education educators. Within the program we will use Learning Activities to use and analyze math content, observe and discuss video case lessons, analyze learning demands and analyze teaching practices and instructional strategies that build on individual strengths and difficulties. Based on research based practices the participants will collaboratively plan and adapt accessible math lessons and enact teaching practices and instructional strategies based on student strengths and needs. 

Participants will learn to:
-Improve student learning by making math more accessible.
-Address students' needs and build on their strengths.
-Increase student success and independence.
-Improve student outcomes in math without losing the integrity of the math or setting  
          expectations too low for students.

Districts should plan on sending teams of special education and general education that teach collaboratively.

Mike O’Neill and Kathy Lupp

Dates: February 11, March 1, and March 14, 2018

Time: 9:00 am – 3:00 pm

Bay-Arenac ISD
Educational Service Center
4228 Two Mile Road
Bay City, MI 48706

Cost: $150/person for the series

Event Questions:
Contact Mike O’Neill

Registration Questions:
Call Instructional Services:
Email: Diane Joles -
or Erika Rupert -

No Sessions available for registration.

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Bay-Arenac ISD
4228 Two Mile Road
Bay City, MI 48706

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