Engaging all Students using a Math Workshop Structure
Engaging all Students using a Math Workshop Structure, is facilitated by Jennifer Lempp, author of Math Workshop. This full-day live professional learning session will walk participants through the structures and the philosophy of a math workshop model of instruction. The session will highlight each component of the math workshop model and show how to implement this in the classroom. Participants will see for themselves how using a math workshop approach can help to decrease anxiety, increase engagement, and help teachers to differentiate in a meaningful and sustainable way.
•Gain an understanding of what math workshop is and why it is supportive of learning for ALL students
•Explore how the components of math workshop provide the greatest opportunities for engagement and differentiation
•Reflect on current instructional practices in mathematics and identify connections to math workshop
Tuesday, November 14th, 2023
9:00AM CST- 3:00PM CST
*Can't attend the virtual live session- Recording will be sent to all who register, and will be available for ONE week, post workshop. *
Jennifer Lempp is the author of Math Workshop: Five Steps to Implementing Guided Math, Learning Stations, Reflection, and More. This book is a practical resource meant to support teachers with strategies and structures to help create a learning environment where students are engaged in purposeful mathematics experiences.
Jennifer consults with schools and districts around the country, providing professional development on mathematics content and instructional practices. Additionally, Jennifer supports school leaders on the development of mathematics professional learning and school improvement plans. She is also an experienced online educator and offers many virtual sessions for teachers and leaders.
Jennifer has experience teaching at both the elementary and middle school levels. Additionally, she served as a math coach and district leader for many years. Jennifer is a Nationally Board-certified teacher in Early Adolescence mathematics, and in her 20+ years in education has found joy in the teaching of both students and teachers.
Jennifer holds a Bachelor’s in elementary and special education from Duquesne University and a Master’s degree in education from North Carolina Central University. She earned a K-8 Mathematics Specialist endorsement through her coursework at George Mason University and her Administration and Supervision certificate from Virginia Commonwealth University. She most recently earned her Doctorate in Educational Leadership from the University of Virginia.
Jennifer’s goal is to ensure all students have positive mathematics experiences and that teachers have the tools to support all students in the area of mathematics. You can follow Jennifer Lempp on Twitter @Lempp5 and learn more about her and her work on her website: mathworkshop.net.