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Tuesday, August 13 • 2:00pm - 3:30pm
Incorporating MAP Skills into Math Instruction to Increase Student Achievement and Engagement FILLING

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 Learning Objectives & Rationale: 
I plan for teachers to walk away from the session with the knowledge of how to use MAPSkills to personalize instruction for all students. Through MAP Skills, a teacher can easily fill in the gaps for all students and meet the needs of each child. MAP helps increase student engagement by keeping their learning relevant and fun! Through discussions, teachers will learn the “what” and “why” of MAP Skills and will brainstorm ways to incorporate the program into their math instruction to increase student engagement and the relevance of their work.  Teachers will rotate through stations to:
1. See how to use reports to determine which areas a student needs additional practice.
2. Learn how to assign Skill Locators through MAP.
3. Learn how to assign resources and mastery checks for students.
4. Learn how to monitor each students' growth. 

Description: 
Are you looking for a way to personalize instruction for every student in your classroom without adding to your workload? Do you want to learn how to easily increase student achievement and engagement? Have you heard of MAP but would like to learn how to make MAP Skills manageable to incorporate into your daily instruction? This session will give you the tools and confidence that you need in order to incorporate MAP Skills into your classroom math instruction to make learning relevant and fun for every child. Student achievement can be shown through their progress with MAP Skills and on MAP benchmark testing. Student engagement will increase as students are learning skills that are relevant to their needs through fun instructional games and resources.

Modalities/Implementation Practices: 
In a whole group discussion, teachers will learn the “what” and “why” of MAP Skills. As well as brainstorm and have discussions about how to use MAP Skills in their classroom instruction. Teachers will then rotate through stations to learn how to set up MAP Skills and use it in their classrooms.


Speakers
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Brittany Addison

2nd Grade Teacher, West View Elementary
Girls on the Run (Coach/Site Liaison)


Tuesday August 13, 2019 2:00pm - 3:30pm
Room 224

Attendees (28)