Making Math Real Institute: Overview, K-12 Course for Parents & Educators: 1/11-12
WHAT MAKES MAKING MATH REAL DIFFERENT?
Research has identified the critical role of executive function and working memory development for student success in math. Therefore, a major emphasis of the Making Math Real: Overview, K-12 is the introduction to the connection that we can successfully teach all students once we understand this developmental basis for the successful teaching and learning of math. The Overview course will present the research, define working memory, present which self-regulatory executive processes directly support working memory, and how to structure these developments while teaching math. The Overview, K-12 on January 11-12 provides parents and all educators, kindergarten to college, the pedagogical foundations and practical applications of implementing and maintaining a comprehensive and fully structured multisensory methodology in mathematics. This course is the mandatory prerequisite overview for all other Making Math Real courses and is not grade level specific.
REGISTER HERE: http://www.makingmathreal.org/institute-course-registration/