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Monday, June 4
 

TBA

Math Intervention - 3-5 - Whoever Knew There Were So Many Facets? The Progression of Multiplication and Division in Grades 3-5
ROOM 110 - RRHS Who knew that multiplication and division was so complex? Come experience how students grow and learn by exploring the phases of multiplication and division with manipulative materials, visual representations, and appropriate vocabulary. This 3-hour intermediate session will impact your students as you gain insights into and interact with some really big ideas in mathematics.

Speakers

Monday June 4, 2018 TBA
TBA
 
Monday, July 23
 

8:30am CDT

Math - K-8 - Tasks to Promote Reasoning and Problem Solving
Limited Capacity seats available

Picture This: Your students are engaged in a math problem. All students are using their habits of mind to solve a problem head-on. After time, some students start to discuss different ways to solve the problem while others discuss how reasonable their answers are. As a teacher, you are excited as you watch your students communicate their results and justify their answers. Sound impossible? Not true! In this workshop, participants will learn and experience tasks that allow for multiple entry points to encourage solving problems through a variety of strategies and where reasoning, communicating, and justifying are the norm in the math classroom. These tasks, because of their inclusive design, are great for ALL students you are trying to reach including students with special needs, English Language Learners, gifted students, and struggling students in all grade levels.

In addition to PD credit, teachers will earn 6 units of G/T update credit. Teachers will leave with resources, specific for their grade level, for rich problem solving tasks and ideas of when to incorporate them into their daily math block.

Speakers
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Leilani Losli

Instructional Coach, RRISD


Monday July 23, 2018 8:30am - 3:30pm CDT
Room 208

12:30pm CDT

Math - Kindergarten - Maximizing the Math Suggested Unit Plans: Developing number sense
Limited Capacity seats available

Have you ever felt like you aren’t getting the biggest bang for your planning buck? The suggested unit plans are great, but where do you start planning? Join us as we take a hands-on approach to exploring the suggested unit plans on developing number sense. You’ll walk away with ideas to maximize the effectiveness of the lessons and learn tips from teachers who helped plan these units.

Speakers
CS

Candy Stahl

Faculty, Wells Branch Arts Integration Academy


Monday July 23, 2018 12:30pm - 2:20pm CDT
Room 204

12:30pm CDT

Math Grade 4 - Maximizing the Math Suggested Unit Plans: Multiplication and Division
Limited Capacity seats available

Have you ever felt like you aren’t getting the biggest bang for your planning buck? The suggested unit plans are great, but where do you start planning? Join us as we take a hands-on approach to exploring the suggested unit plans on multiplication and division. You’ll walk away with ideas to maximize the effectiveness of the lessons and learn tips from teachers who helped plan these units.

Speakers

Monday July 23, 2018 12:30pm - 2:20pm CDT
Room 727

12:30pm CDT

Math 3-5 Successful Spiral Review
Limited Capacity seats available

Looking for ways to make your daily spiral review time relevant and engaging for students? Learn how to plan and facilitate TEKS-aligned activities that incorporate various learning styles and infuse the process standards. You will walk away with practical, ready-to-use activities that will enhance your spiral review routines. This engaging, hands on session is ideal for grades 3-5 classroom teachers, special education teachers, and interventionists.

Speakers
avatar for Ashlie Harr

Ashlie Harr

Instructional Coach, RRISD


Monday July 23, 2018 12:30pm - 3:30pm CDT
Room 205
 
Tuesday, July 24
 

8:30am CDT

Math - Grade 3 - Maximizing the Math Suggested Unit Plans: Developing Multiplication (and Division) Fact Strategies
Limited Capacity seats available

Have you ever felt like you aren’t getting the biggest bang for your planning buck? The suggested unit plans are great, but where do you start planning? Join us as we take a hands-on approach to exploring the suggested unit plans on developing multiplication (and division) fact strategies. You’ll walk away with ideas to maximize the effectiveness of the lessons and learn tips from teachers who helped plan these units.

Speakers

Tuesday July 24, 2018 8:30am - 10:20am CDT
Room 730

8:30am CDT

Math-1-Maximizing the Math Suggested Unit Plans: Developing Addition and Subtraction Fact Strategies
Limited Capacity seats available

Have you ever felt like you aren’t getting the biggest bang for your planning buck? The suggested unit plans are great, but where do you start planning? Join us as we take a hands-on approach to exploring the suggested unit plans on addition and subtraction strategies. You’ll walk away with ideas to maximize the effectiveness of the lessons and learn tips from teachers who helped plan these units.

Speakers
avatar for Jake Page

Jake Page

Instructional Coach-Elementary, Berkman AIA


Tuesday July 24, 2018 8:30am - 10:20am CDT
Room 622

8:30am CDT

Math - 3-4 - Beyond Pizzas and Pies
Limited Capacity seats available

Do fractions frustrate your students? How do we ensure our students are building the robust understandings required by the TEKS? This course focuses on numerators, denominators, area models, and number lines - the fraction concepts in third and fourth grade introducing brand new ways of thinking about numbers. In this session, participants will engage in hands-on activities that explore powerful strategies to help students build deep fraction number sense.

Speakers

Tuesday July 24, 2018 8:30am - 3:20pm CDT
Room 725

9:30am CDT

Math Intervention - K-1 - Powerful Core Math Intervention for Kindergarten and First Grade Teachers
Limited Capacity seats available

Do you ever feel that students are struggling in your core math class and don’t know what to do to help them? This course will provide strategies and ideas about helping students during your core lesson, computational fluency, and spiral review time.
Participants: Kindergarten and First Grade Classroom Teachers


Tuesday July 24, 2018 9:30am - 11:20am CDT
Room 733

12:30pm CDT

Math K-12 Math Anxiety
Limited Capacity seats available

Join us for a discussion about the causes and effects of math anxiety and strategies to support a healthy math community.


Tuesday July 24, 2018 12:30pm - 1:20pm CDT
Room 207B

12:30pm CDT

Math Intervention - K-1 - Powerful Core Math Intervention for Kindergarten and First Grade Teachers
Limited Capacity seats available

Do you ever feel that students are struggling in your core math class and don’t know what to do to help them? This course will provide strategies and ideas about helping students during your core lesson, computational fluency, and spiral review time.
Participants: Kindergarten and First Grade Classroom Teachers


Tuesday July 24, 2018 12:30pm - 2:20pm CDT
Room 733

12:30pm CDT

Math - K-2 - Making a Difference with Number Talks K-2
Limited Capacity seats available

Have you wondered how to have a classroom conversation about mental math strategies? Have you searched for a structure that will enable your students to think critically about strategies? Number Talks might be the answer. This routine is perfect for you whether you teach general education, TAG, Dual Language, Special Education, or Intervention students.
Join us as we:
- Recognize number talks as a valuable classroom routine for making sense of mathematics, developing efficient computation strategies, communicating reasoning, and proving solutions;
- Characterize the key components of number talks and understand the importance of each;
- Explore ways to support students’ development of common strategies for computational fluency;
- Scribe student strategies that emphasize the important mathematical ideas inherent in the strategies;
- Use models & tools that support student understanding & proficiency with computational fluency;

Speakers
CS

Candy Stahl

Faculty, Wells Branch Arts Integration Academy


Tuesday July 24, 2018 12:30pm - 3:30pm CDT
Room 730

1:30pm CDT

2018/07/24 - Math - 2nd Grade - Maximizing the Math Suggested Unit Plans: Developing 2-digit addition and subtraction strategies
Limited Capacity seats available

Have you ever felt like you aren’t getting the biggest bang for your planning buck? The suggested unit plans are great, but where do you start planning? Join us as we take a hands-on approach to exploring the suggested unit plans on developing 2-digit addition and subtraction strategies. You’ll walk away with ideas to maximize the effectiveness of the lessons and learn tips from teachers who helped plan these units.

Speakers

Tuesday July 24, 2018 1:30pm - 3:20pm CDT
Room 721
 
Wednesday, July 25
 

8:30am CDT

Fractions Without Fear
Limited Capacity seats available

The thought of multiplying and dividing fractions often sends kids running for the door. Join us for a discussion about the causes of fraction anxiety and strategies to support our students with developing fraction sense and a love of mathematics.

Speakers

Wednesday July 25, 2018 8:30am - 11:30am CDT
Room 737

8:30am CDT

Math - Math Rocks - K-5 - 2-Days
Limited Capacity seats available


Looking for a transformative PD experience for next school year? Consider joining Math Rocks! In this course you'll have the opportunity to build relationships around mathematics with other educators in (and out of!) RRISD. You'll also foster your own and your students' curiosity about mathematics as you learn about rich and engaging instructional practices to try out in your classroom. This course is ideal for any elementary educator - classroom teacher, dual language, special education, TAG, or intervention. Not sure if this course is for you? Check out what previous Math Rocks participants had to say about this course at https://bit.ly/MathRocksReflections.

Attendance requirements include 2 full days during the summer, then 8 additional sessions after school. The required after- school sessions will be: 9/4, 9/18, 10/2, 10/23, 11/13, 12/4, 1/15, 1/29 final celebration Feb 12

In this course, we will learn strategies and try out tasks to use in our classrooms, complete a book study, and use technology to reflect and collaborate.

Speakers

Wednesday July 25, 2018 8:30am - Thursday July 26, 2018 3:30pm CDT
Room 743

9:30am CDT

Math- Kindergarten - Maximizing the Math Suggested Unit Plans: Sorting and Classifying (Data and Geometry)
Limited Capacity seats available

Have you ever felt like you aren’t getting the biggest bang for your planning buck? The suggested unit plans are great, but where do you start planning? Join us as we take a hands-on approach to exploring the suggested unit plans on Sorting and Classifying (Data and Geometry). You’ll walk away with ideas to maximize the effectiveness of the lessons and learn tips from teachers who helped plan these units.

Speakers
CS

Candy Stahl

Faculty, Wells Branch Arts Integration Academy


Wednesday July 25, 2018 9:30am - 11:20am CDT
Room 742

12:30pm CDT

Math Intervention - 3-5 - Math Intervening: Advanced Tiered Partnerships for Student Success in Grades 3-5 Mathematics
Limited Capacity seats available

Want to take an advanced long-term course that helps both teachers and students build powerful multiplication and division understandings? Are you willing to enter a partnership on your campus between an interventionist and a core math teacher? This is an advanced opportunity for elementary interventionists and grades 3-5 classroom teachers to dive into practical, child-centered methods to support them in helping children think deeply about mathematics. One of the goals of early intervention is to support deep number sense and the development of a repertoire of strategies based on landmark numbers and operations. This partnership will help build relationships between intervention and third, fourth, and fifth grade teachers at the campus level. Interventionists will meet together for district collaborative sessions hosted 4 half days during the school year. Campus partnerships will meet together on campus, and also participate in webinars, Google classroom activities, and hangouts with the entire district cadre. We’ll engage in a book study together - Young Mathematicians at Work - Constructing Multiplication and Division. Let’s take this opportunity to join forces to help support our students who struggle with mathematics.

Participants: An interventionist and at least one core math 3-5 grade teacher from a campus may join the partnership training year-long course. The interventionist agrees to attend 4 half-day sessions throughout the year and share learnings and support back on campus with the classroom teachers. All participants are willing to participate in a book study and other collaborative efforts through Google hangouts, Google classroom activities, and face-to-face meetings on campus.


Wednesday July 25, 2018 12:30pm - 3:30pm CDT
Room 205
 
Thursday, July 26
 

8:30am CDT

Math Intervention - 3-5 - Powerful Math Intervention for the Grade 3-5 Classroom Teacher
Limited Capacity seats available

Description: Do you ever feel that students are struggling in your core math class and don’t know what to do to help them? This course will provide strategies and ideas about helping students during your core lesson, computational fluency, and spiral review time.
Participants - Core Math Classroom Teachers Grades 3-5

Speakers

Thursday July 26, 2018 8:30am - 10:20am CDT
Room 738

8:30am CDT

Math Intervention - K-5 - Math Intervention: Assessing Number Concepts - A K-5 Intervention Approach
Limited Capacity seats available

If you lead your own Tier 2 Intervention for students as an interventionist or classroom teacher, and you haven’t used or experienced the Kathy Richardson Assessing Math Concepts Series, then this is the course for you!! This foundation course for novice math intervention teachers includes an overview of using the Kathy Richardson Assessing Math Concepts Series with students. The leaders are experienced in using this materials with students and have great insights in how to manage the information.
Participants: Novice elementary math interventionists and teachers who teach their own Tier 2 math interventions


Thursday July 26, 2018 8:30am - 10:20am CDT
Room 739

10:30am CDT

Math Intervention - K-5 - Beyond the Assessment - What Do We Do Now? Advanced Course
Limited Capacity seats available

Well, you’ve given the assessment so what do you do with the information? This advanced course for interventionists that have experience using the Kathy Richardson Assessing Math Concept Series but need a little more support. The experienced facilitators will help participants with tracking the data, using the information for SSTs, and planning with the data for instruction.
Participants: Experienced elementary math interventionists and teachers that teach their own Tier 2 Math Intervention


Thursday July 26, 2018 10:30am - 11:20am CDT
Room 739

12:30pm CDT

Math Intervention - K-5 - Math Intervention: Assessing Number Concepts - A K-5 Intervention Approach
Limited Capacity seats available

If you lead your own Tier 2 Intervention for students as an interventionist or classroom teacher, and you haven’t used or experienced the Kathy Richardson Assessing Math Concepts Series, then this is the course for you!! This foundation course for novice math intervention teachers includes an overview of using the Kathy Richardson Assessing Math Concepts Series with students. The leaders are experienced in using this materials with students and have great insights in how to manage the information.
Participants: Novice elementary math interventionists and teachers who teach their own Tier 2 math interventions


Thursday July 26, 2018 12:30pm - 2:20pm CDT
Room 739

12:30pm CDT

Math - 3-5 - Making a Difference with Number Talks
Limited Capacity seats available

Number talks are five- to fifteen-minute classroom conversations around purposefully crafted computation problems that are solved mentally, and they’re possibly the best part of a teacher’s day! In this course you will learn the key components of number talks and how to use them to deepen your students’ understanding of number and operations. You’ll also get to take part in one or two number talks yourself!


Thursday July 26, 2018 12:30pm - 3:30pm CDT
Room 731

12:30pm CDT

Math Intervention - 2 - Advanced Tiered Partnerships for Student Success in Grade 2 Mathematics - The Progression of Addition and Subtraction
Limited Capacity seats available

Want to take an advanced long-term course that helps both teachers and students build powerful addition and subtraction understandings? Are you willing to enter a partnership on your campus between an interventionist and a second grade core math teacher? This is an advanced opportunity for elementary interventionists and grade 2 classroom teachers to dive into practical, child-centered methods to support them in helping children think deeply about mathematics. One of the goals of early intervention is to support deep number sense and the development of a repertoire of strategies based on landmark numbers and operations. This partnership will help build relationships between intervention and second grade classroom teachers at the campus level. Interventionists will meet together for district collaborative sessions hosted 4 half days during the school year. Campus partnerships will meet together on campus, and also participate in webinars, Google classroom activities, and hangouts with the entire district cadre. We will engage in a book study, Young Mathematicians at Work - Constructing Number Sense, Addition, and Subtraction, during the year. Each interventionist and 2nd grade teacher will receive a copy of the book. Let’s take this opportunity to join forces to help support our students who struggle with mathematics.

Participants: An interventionist and at least one core math 2nd grade teacher from a campus may join the partnership year-long course. The interventionist agrees to attend 4 half-day sessions throughout the year and share learnings and support back on campus with the classroom teachers. All participants are willing to participate in a book study and other collaborative efforts through Google hangouts, Google classroom activities, and face-to-face meetings on campus.


Thursday July 26, 2018 12:30pm - 3:30pm CDT
Room 738

1:30pm CDT

GT Update K-5: Math Strategies for Gifted and High Ability Students in the Regular Classroom
Limited Capacity seats available

Learn strategies to challenge your gifted and high ability math students in the regular classroom. This session will also focus on different resources which contain great math questions, tasks and investigations that are easily implemented in your regular classroom

Speakers

Thursday July 26, 2018 1:30pm - 3:30pm CDT
Room 612

2:30pm CDT

Math Intervention - K-5 - Math Intervention: Beyond the Assessment - What Do We Do Now?
Limited Capacity seats available

Well, you’ve given the assessment so what do you do with the information? This advanced course for interventionists that have experience using the Kathy Richardson Assessing Math Concept Series but need a little more support. The experienced facilitators will help participants with tracking the data, using the information for SSTs, and planning with the data for instruction.
Participants: Experienced elementary math interventionists and teachers that teach their own Tier 2 Math Intervention


Thursday July 26, 2018 2:30pm - 3:30pm CDT
Room 739
 
Monday, July 30
 

8:30am CDT

Math Intervention - 3-5 - Whoever Knew There Were So Many Facets? The Progression of Multiplication and Division in Grades 3-5
Limited Capacity seats available

Who knew that multiplication and division was so complex? Come experience how students grow and learn by exploring the phases of multiplication and division with manipulative materials, visual representations, and appropriate vocabulary. This 3-hour intermediate session will impact your students as you gain insights into and interact with some really big ideas in mathematics.

Speakers

Monday July 30, 2018 8:30am - 11:30am CDT
Room 110

12:30pm CDT

Math - K-2 - Successful Spiral Review
Limited Capacity seats available

Looking for ways to make your daily spiral review time relevant and engaging for your K-2 students? Learn how to plan and facilitate TEKS-aligned activities that incorporate various learning styles and infuse the process standards. You will walk away with practical, ready-to-use activities that will enhance your spiral review routines. This session is ideal for grades K-2 classroom teachers, special education teachers, and interventionists.


Monday July 30, 2018 12:30pm - 3:30pm CDT
Room 207A
 
Tuesday, July 31
 

12:30pm CDT

Math K-12 Math Anxiety
Limited Capacity seats available

Join us for a discussion about the causes and effects of math anxiety and strategies to support a healthy math community.


Tuesday July 31, 2018 12:30pm - 1:20pm CDT
Room 737