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 This all-day institute focuses on adapting classroom instruction for a diverse group of learners in grades 1-5 who struggle with mathematics.

Using evidence-based strategies such as concrete/semi-concrete/abstract (CSA), you will learn how to help your students develop a balanced understanding of mathematics concepts and skills that focus on number and operations and algebraic thinking. 

You will also experience classroom-tested tasks that create robust learning and avoid the “teaching as telling” approach. An emphasis will be on building from students’ strengths and avoiding “rules that expire.”

Watch Karen in action - Keynote: What to Teach in Mathematics Intervention:

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