B.U.I.L.D. - Math Workshop


Presenter: Olivia Alkema and Christi Gilbert

Target Grade Level: K-2nd, 3rd-5th, 6th-8th

Target Audience Level: All Levels

Relevant Curricular Areas: Differentiated Instruction, Mathematics

Related ISTE Standards: Learning and Teaching

GLPS Teacher Evaluation Domain Relation:
1A - Knowledge of content and pedagogy, 1B - Knowledge of students, 1C - Setting instructional outcomes, 1D - Knowledge of resources and technology, 1E - Designing coherent instruction, 1F - Designing student assessments, 2A - Creating environment of respect and rapport, 2B - Establishing culture for learning, 2C - Managing classroom procedures, 2D - Managing student behavior, 2E - Organizing physical space, 3A - Communicating with students, 3B - Questioning and discussion techniques, 3C - Engaging students in learning, 3D - Using assessment in instruction, 3E - Demonstrating flexibility and responsiveness, 4A - Reflecting on teaching, 4B - Maintaining accurate records, 4E - Growing and developing professionally

Lesson Design Components:

Session Description:
The B.U.I.L.D Math workshop is very similar to Daily 5 for Language Arts. Time is spent building stamina and independence for each work station.
B - Buddy Games
U - Using Manipulatives
I - Independent Work
L - Learning Math
D - Doing Math
We will give you several examples and resources for each station to get you started with your own BUILD math workshop. We will cover technology integration into each station, organizing materials, setting expectations, ideas for manipulatives, assessing, and differentiating instruction.

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