Guided Math: An Instructional Framework to Build Conceptual Understanding in All Students
A Special Two-Day Seminar for Teachers of Grades 1–5
Walk away with flexible strategies to maximize your math block to reach students at every level.
  • An understanding of how to use the guided math instructional framework to reach all students.
  • Practical strategies to build a classroom culture of numeracy.
  • A model for maximizing instructional time with morning warm-ups, whole-class instruction, flexible grouping, individual conferencing, and ongoing assessment.
  • Lessons that will integrate mathematical concepts with real world experiences.
  • A math journal filled with activities that your students can use as a model.
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Kristin Hilty

Kristin incorporates 19 years of teaching experience into her idea packed sessions. She has taught special education students and elementary grades 2 through 5, and has led her district in the implementation of the math standards and the adoption of a new text series. Kristin's passion for teaching drives her efforts to help other educators develop a community of mathematical thinkers. She is the co-author of "Time's Up On Timed Tests: Teaching Math Facts for Understanding."

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