Math Workshop 2019
This course is designed for pre-K, elementary, and middle school educators. Participants will experience a fun and theme based way to teach math across all the subject areas! This hands-on interactive course offers techniques for teaching math concepts through a variety of student learning style approaches. In addition, we highlight how to blend these varied techniques with traditional teaching methodologies and grade level requirements. Learn unique ways to use manipulatives for teaching new concepts, extending current understandings as well as for easy and detailed assessments.
Dates: August 12-16, 2019
Time: 9:00am-3:30pm daily
(Early Bird Discount: Save $40 by registering before May 1).
Optional: Add clock hours or credits through Seattle Pacific University, for an additional fee (payable through SPU).
Melissa is currently the Assistant Head of School at University Child Development School. Melissa has worked as a teacher and school administrator for more than 30 years. She is also an adjunct professor at Seattle Pacific University. She is an international presenter and consultant for curricular topics as well as the author of an upcoming hands-on math book for elementary teachers. Melissa holds an MA from Seattle University in Non-Profit Business Leadership, a BA in Human Development and Education as well as an AA in Early Childhood Education. She specializes in teaching educators throughout the world how to use hands-on math activities in ways that support the various student learning styles found within every classroom.
David is the Dean of the Graduate School of Education at the UCDS College for School Culture. He has been an educator, administrator, and consultant for over twenty years. David has led workshops and classes for adults across the country that include topics such as: concretizing concepts with hands-on learning, inquiry based teaching, student advocacy, and arts integration. David holds a B.A. in History from the University of Washington and an M.A. in Fine Arts from the University of Montana. He earned his Washington State teaching credentials from Western Washington University. David specializes in teaching about school culture’s impact on student success by identifying cultural elements that support student and teacher engagement.