Hands-On Math: Level 1 (Online)

Pre-registration is Now Open -- Launch Date June 15, 2019

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Students who experience hands-on math in their classrooms are more engaged and see connections between mathematical concepts. Collaborative problem-solving also helps students develop higher-order thinking and social-emotional skills.

Benefits of Hands-On Math

  • Increase student engagement
  • Promote higher order thinking
  • Support social-emotional learning
  • Improve motivation and retention

Practical Classroom Strategies

In part 1, you'll experience problem-based learning as a student, solving challenging and engaging problems. Even math experts will have the chance to try something new.

In part 2, we'll look at the 3 vehicles of hands-on math instruction: number sentences, visual models, and story problems. You'll learn how you can use the 3 vehicles to teach any mathematical standard.

Part 3 covers planning and facilitation. We'll address the unique challenges to planning and conducting inquiry-based lessons. You'll learn to use our planning templates and rubrics to help your students collaborate and stay on task while learning through inquiry.

Course Highlights

  • Participate in hands-on math activities
  • Learn Best practices for facilitative teaching
  • Turn any standard into an Inquiry-Based Lesson
  • Free planning guides and resources

Yes! We accept payment by purchase order - contact info@roomtodiscover.com for details.

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Your Instructor

Jeff Lisciandrello
Jeff Lisciandrello

Jeff is a lifelong educator who specializes in student-centered and authentic learning. Over a decade of classroom experience has taught him that students learn naturally when teachers create cultures of inquiry. He developed the 3-Bridges Design for Learning to support schools in exploring innovative practices within traditional school settings.

Jeff’s workshops and embedded coaching help teachers take an inquiry-based and personalized approach to instruction. He supports curriculum development and pedagogy in math, as well as EdTech integration and collaborative learning across subject areas.

  • M.S., Instructional Technology, New York Institute of Technology
  • B.A. English, Williams College