Join Us for a #MathWorkshopChat 12/19 on Student Reflection
byDecember 19th, 2018 All Blog Posts
Are you interested in putting your students at the center of learning with the math workshop model of instruction? Join @Math_Solutions for our December #MathWorkshopChat on Wednesday, December 19th at 8pm ET/ 5pm PT. Brenda Konicke, Director of Professional Learning, and Jennifer Lempp, author of Math Workshop: Five Steps to Implementing Guided Math, Learning Stations, Reflection, and More, will co-lead a discussion on how math workshop can transform your classroom. We’ll explore the important math workshop structure of student reflection time.
Two lucky participants will be randomly selected to receive copies of Jennifer’s new book and our brand new math workshop resource, Math Workshop Essentials. Join us for a lively discussion on math workshop techniques and strategies!
What is Math Workshop?
For those who are new to math workshop, check out Jennifer Lempp’s 7 characteristics of Math Workshop.
Check out our free minilesson on working collaboratively from Math Workshop: Five Steps to Implementing Guided Math, Learning Stations, Reflection, and More.
What is Student Reflection?
Student reflection is the final component of all the math workshop structures. It is a deliberate and meaningful time for students to reflect on what they’ve learned and experienced during a math task, at activities in learning stations, or in a guided math group.