Monday, August 15, 2016

More Webinar Sessions Now Open!

Creating a climate for problem solving and growth mindset
Oh my goodness...I am so overwhelmed with the positive feedback from my first three sessions of my webinar.  I have had countless people asking if I would please do more sessions since they missed the first three--so I have agreed to do two more in a few weeks!  I am having so much fun sharing the work of Jo Boaler and other experts on how to make your math classroom a fun, research-based, and engaging place for you and your students.  I am humbled by your feedback and motivated to continue the work to bring you more webinars in the future.  Here's what a few people had to say after the first round of webinars...
Teaching math
Professional development teaching math

So even though it is an absolutely crazy time of year, I have decided to offer my webinar 2 more times--on 
Thursday, August 25 at 8 pm central 
and on 
Sunday, August 28 at 3 pm central.

I am excited to reach more and more teachers and get them excited about if you have a teacher you know who might be interested--or even a principal who might like to learn more about the power of creating a climate for problem solving and the importance of understanding the concept of growth mindset and best practice--I'd love for you to share the link with them!  I will most likely have more sessions in September, but with the start of my own school year, I am not ready to schedule them yet, so these two dates will be my last for a little while.

CLICK HERE TO SIGN UP or copy this link (  to share with others who may be interested.

A reminder that the freebie related to the webinar is available by clicking may find it a useful place to take notes and keep track of some of the information presented.  It certainly is NOT necessary but feedback on it has been positive.

If you missed the original information...this one hour free webinar talks about the work of Jo Boaler and the importance of establishing a climate of excitement in our math classes, trends in "best practice" in teaching math, how to organize your math block to maximize the minutes you spend "targeting" instruction at just the right level for your different students, and how to design and use real world math tasks in your classroom!

Finally, I have had a number of attendees ask for the link to the Jo Boaler book I reference in the webinar, so I have included an affiliate link to Amazon below if you want to check it out.  It was such a game changer for me...and only about ten bucks!

Finally....I just want to give you a little preview of some upcoming blog posts...about math workshop organization...back to school ideas...getting a year of reading started--and more!  Hope to see you back here soon.


1 comment:

  1. Awesome! I will pass this along to my teacher friends so that they may join!