Differentiation through Math Menu: Meeting the Needs of All K-6 Students Virtual Course – Summer 2021

Differentiation through Math Menu: Meeting the Needs of All K-6 Students Virtual Course – Summer 2021

When:
June 21, 2021 – June 24, 2021 all-day
2021-06-21T00:00:00-04:00
2021-06-25T00:00:00-04:00
Where:
ONLINE -Zoom platform
Cost:
CVEDC Members: $825 w/out credit  $1215 w/grad credit*            Non-Members: $925/$1315*
Contact:
CVEDC
802-497-1642
Differentiation through Math Menu: Meeting the Needs of All K-6 Students Virtual Course - Summer 2021 @ ONLINE -Zoom platform

Christian Courtemanche, Instructor

Dates: June 21 – 24, 2021      Plus 2 follow-up classes Oct. 5 & Nov. 4 – 3:30-6:30 pm

**The 1st day of this course will be taped for those who may have a conflict with the date.

Daily: 8:30-12:00 synchronous w/break    Additional reading & asynchronous work

Location: ONLINE – Zoom platform

Cost: CVEDC Members: $825 w/out credit  $1215 w/grad credit*
           Non-Members: $925/$1315*

*includes 3 grad credits from St. Michael’s and  two texts: Jorgensen, J. and M. Murray (2007). The Differentiated Math Classroom: A guide for teachers, K-8 and Hoffer, Wendy Ward (2012). Minds on Mathematics: Using Math Workshop to Develop Deep Understanding in Grades 4-8

This 3 credit graduate course explores a menu model for differentiation, reframing Tier I math instruction in order to meet the ongoing range of instructional needs. Learn how to manage a ‘centers’ approach to your teaching and restructuring your math block to allow for small group and individualized lessons. Embedded in the coursework will be examining lessons through the lens of the Common Core Math Standards of Practice, as well as how to utilize technology as a direct tool for math instruction in any environment (face-to-face, distance, blended).

Explorations include:
• How can I keep up with my curriculum map AND make accommodations in time for students struggling with math concepts?
• What do I do with students who consistently finish their math assignments early?
• How do I maintain a pace that matches different students’ needs?
• How can I maximize integrating technology with limited resources?
• When do I use a Tier II intervention and when do I support students in the classroom?
• How can I find time to incorporate the great games and resources that are part of my math program?
• How can I use a menu approach to support differentiated needs of learners in a distance learning or blended environment?
• How can I use menu to provide intervention in a distance learning or blended environment?

Math Menuflyer.21
Math Menuflyer.21
Math-Menuflyer.21.pdf
601.3 KiB
31 Downloads
Details
Syllabus  Math Menu 2021 DIGITAL
Syllabus Math Menu 2021 DIGITAL
Syllabus.-Math-Menu-2021-DIGITAL.pdf
127.2 KiB
35 Downloads
Details

Christian Courtemanche, M.Ed is the District K4 Instructional Coach in Mount Mansfield Unified Union School District. He has been in elementary and middle school education for over 10 years as both a classroom teacher and a curriculum specialist. Christian was recognized for his integration of music into
curriculum and instruction. 

 

Join Our Mailing List