Math Summer Seminar
CarrollMath Summer Seminar
June 24-28, 2013
CarrollMath Summer Seminar is an interactive five-day session geared to professionals who teach or supervise math.
- The CarrollMath approach is designed to teach mathematics to students with language-based learning disabilities and those who struggle in math. The approach relies on five central foundations:
- Problem Solving
- Logic Activities
- Applications to Traditional Math
- By including these foundations in Carroll’s math classrooms, students consistently show improvements on nationally-normed assessments, state comprehensive assessments, formative assessments, and curriculum-based assessments.
The 2013 CarrollMath Summer Seminar will focus on working with students, grades 1-5. Participants will attend presentations devoted to whole group seminars, Logic Training, and Symphony Math exploration. Carroll’s Lower School Math Faculty will help you explore how to present mathematical concepts using manipulatives including Stern Structural Materials, develop computational fluency in your students, and enhance students’ problem solving abilities using model drawing. Demonstrations of materials, activities, and games, and hands-on practice will be included.
Please contact Ann French at (781) 259-8342 x9730 or email@example.com for further information.