Access for All: Making Math Meaningful in Early Childhood

Teachers will learn to use universal design principles to plan engaging activities that stimulate critical thinking and problem solving in young children. Teachers will gain specific strategies for differentiating instruction in math, science, and engineering activities to meet the needs of all students. This workshop is designed to support early childhood teachers in developing skills necessary to design and teach STEAM curriculum in a wide variety of classroom contexts. In the making math meaningful session, teachers will have the opportunity to explore strategies for building foundational numeracy concepts in young children. Using interactive activities, teachers will develop an understanding of how to make an array of complex mathematical concepts accessible to all children.

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Directions & Map
04/04/2018 - SESSION: access for all: making math meaningful in early childhood - 2
Day Date Event Start Event End Location
Wednesday 04/04/2018 09:00 AM 04:00 PM Spring Valley Building » Hunt Room
Contact Cathy Rossi - Cathy.Rossi@region10.org
Delivery Mode Face to Face
Presenter Daelynn Copeland
Fee $125.00 In Region / $125.00 Out of Region
Payment Information

Members of the Region 10 Early Childhood Services and Prekindergarten Cooperative, R10 Head Start Grantees, and PPCD: NO CHARGE. When registering, please choose the Purchase Order option and when prompted for a purchase order number please type COOP MEMBER in the box.

 Non-Cooperative and Out of Region: $125.00

Credit Hours / Type 6 - CPE
Language English
Section Description

Teachers will learn to use universal design principles to plan engaging activities that stimulate critical thinking and problem solving in young children. Teachers will gain specific strategies for differentiating instruction in math, science, and engineering activities to meet the needs of all students. This workshop is designed to support early childhood teachers in developing skills necessary to design and teach STEAM curriculum in a wide variety of classroom contexts. In the making math meaningful session, teachers will have the opportunity to explore strategies for building foundational numeracy concepts in young children. Using interactive activities, teachers will develop an understanding of how to make an array of complex mathematical concepts accessible to all children.