Structures for Differentiating Middle Years Mathematics

Professional Growth Opportunities

We know that assessing where students are at in mathematics is essential, but what do we do when we know what they do not know? What do we do when they DO know? Understanding does not change unless there is an instructional response to what we know from that assessment. The question we ask ourselves is how we might respond to individual needs without having to create completely individualized mathematics programs in our classrooms. This workshop will include significant planning time for teams to get started in their own differentiation plans. It is also suited for educators who have already attended the Structures for Differentiation workshop.

Participants will:

  • Explore the use of responsive stations as structures that allow for individualized learning without individualized planning.
  • Plan for a unit of study of their choice.
  • Determine the prerequisite skills for success in grade level math and plan for responding to both students who do have them and who do not have them.

Audience: Grades 6-10 mathematics educators.

Hosted by Lloydminster Public School Division
**Only 5 spots available

Date: 
Thursday, October 11, 2018 - 9:00 am to 3:30 pm
Location: 
VC Room, Lloydminster Public School Division
5017 46th St
Lloydminster, Saskatchewan
Facilitator(s): 
Kristen Dyck
KIRSTEN DYCK
Registration Fees: 
Fee TypeEarly BirdStandardLate
Price$130.00$170.00$210.00
Fee TypePrice
Early Bird$130.00
Standard$170.00
Late$210.00

Includes GST, materials and lunch.

Registration fees are dependent on time of payment. If received:

  • Prior to 10 business days before event - Early Bird
  • Between two and 10 business days before event - Standard
  • Within two business days before event - Late

Payment must accompany registration. The refund deadline for all workshops and events is 10 business days prior to the start date. Read more about registrations and refunds.

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Brought to you by: 
Saskatchewan Professional Development Unit