Primary teachers - grab your tickets now! These four teachers have spunky, informative presentations in store for you. Get the creative ideas, effective strategies and applicable lessons that work best in primary classrooms.
Getting Prepared and Organized for Guided Math
Dana Richliew from 3rd Grade Gridiron
Two, Four, Six, Eight... Guided math can be great! Meeting student needs in small groups can be done successfully in math in the primary grades. Join with Dana as she leads you through how to create and find resources for mini-lessons and centers. She'll share her tips on how to group students and ideas for setting up your classroom for small group instruction. Learn how to store and organize materials. It's all covered here, so be sure to tune in!
Systematic Approach to Helping Struggling Readers
Kimberly Gillow from Funky First Grade Fun
Can there be a systematic way to help struggling readers in the primary grades? With a resounding, "YES!" Kimberly will cover how to assess struggling readers, plan for instruction and provide intervention. With promises to being full of funky, fun ideas for reading intervention that are consistent enough to provide repetition that struggling readers need to succeed - you're sure to enjoy learning this approach that you can use right away!
Mor Zrihen from A Teacher's Treasure
You're sure to enjoy this hands-on presentation that focuses on the use of foldables in the classroom. What are foldables? Foldables are 3D Graphic Organizers that will help you differentiate instruction in your classroom and offer your students a hands-on opportunity to participate in lessons and kinesthetically learn the concept. Learn why using foldables can transform your classroom into an enhanced learning factory! Mor will reveal the tips and tricks of folding to you!
Organizing and Arranging Daily Centers
Sydney Cohn from Lessons Learned
When it comes to daily literacy planning, do you have more units and items saved than you know what do with? Come learn with Sydney how to takes your items and mold them into easy to use centers. Not only that, Sydney will share her organization tips so that you'll learn how to make your lesson planning virtually complete. Think about what standard you may be covering next in class... With learning these organization ideas, once you have a topic, you'll have your materials ready and you'll be set to teach!