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Be a Math Person Course Bundle

Be a Math Person Course Bundle

A free, quality conference for teachers, by teachers - to make math easier for you.

It's time to stop stressing about math.

Let's make teaching math easier for you.

More engaging for your students.

More effective overall.

Let's do that by learning from other teachers, tutors and coaches who teach math every. single. DAY.

25 Units

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💻 Your MemberVault Orientation

Watch this short tutorial to learn the basics of MemberVault. This is the platform being used to host the 2022 Be a Math Person Conference.

📱 Your Event Facebook Group Orientation

Watch this short tutorial to learn the basics of MemberVault. This is the platform being used to host the 2022 Be a Math Person Conference.

💰 How to Make Your Money Back for This Conference (Part 1)

In this module, I'll show you how to get your All-Access Pass for free - and how you can even make money with this conference.

💵 How to Make Your Money Back for This Conference (Part 2)

In this module, you'll learn everything you need to know about promoting this conference as a paid affiliate.

➡️ Your Schedule & Cheat Sheet

The conference schedule, Cheat Sheet, and other important information for attendees can be found in this module.

🎁 Free Gifts for Attending!

Who doesn't love more free resources?!

Differentiate Math With Google, by Brittany Roberts from Math With Minis

In this session, you'll learn how you can differentiate your math instruction, using free apps and tools within the Google G Suite.

We'll review terms, do some tech tutorials, and you'll get alllll of the templates!

How to Promote Number Sense in the Classroom, by Melissa Martinez from That One Cheerful Classroom

You’ve probably been in the place where you want students to get talking about numbers and developing a number sense.

In this session, you will learn the why’s and how’s of successful number talks and discover how to use these to increase your students’ number sense. 

If you’re looking for even more teaching tips, strategies, self-care ideas and more sent straight to your inbox, sign up here.

5 Ways to Make Math Exciting Daily, by Jenni-Ann Selvaggi

In this session, Jenni-Ann Selvaggi from Pencils & Planners shares 5 ways to make your math instruction more engaging. She includes ideas ranging from no-prep to little prep. Every idea shared is one that teachers can incorporate into every math unit.

Teaching Problem Solving Skills, by Caroline Gamble from Boldly Inspired Curriculum

In this session, you will learn how to teach your students strategies for solving any type of problem.

We will discuss working through “the struggle” of problem solving and how you can design lessons that implement one or more of these strategies.

Math Workshop Makeover, with Niketa Alston from Math That Counts

In this session participants will learn how to get the most bang for their buck with their math block. 

We will go over how to utilize every minute of your math block to keep students highly engaged in their math tasks even when they aren't working with the teacher.  There will be a brief overview of all of the components of math workshop and some of the best strategies and resources to use for each.

The Key to a Strong Math Community, by Caitie Cupples

The strength of your classroom community can make or break your math time. When students have self-confidence and feel supported by their peers, they are more likely to engage, share their thinking, and, most importantly, TRY (even though they know they might fail!).

In this session, learn about how your students’ "math mindsets" and “math status” may be disrupting your community and learn 3 simple yet powerful steps to overcome this obstacle.  Let’s make sure every student feels like they belong in math class!

Stop Saying You're Bad at Math, by Marijo McBeth from STEAM With Miss M

In this session, Marijo gives a pep talk to encourage ALL of us to stop staying we're bad at math.

She also includes a ton of practical, actionable tips to help us build a growth mindset for ourselves, while fostering the same in our students.

Color Coding Math by Jackie House from Teaching in Room 5

In this session, you'll learn how to use color coding to increase engagement and organization in students. 

Color coding helps students deepen understanding and make connections between different concepts. I

Throughout this presentation, you'll learn several ways to easily work color coding into your math lessons,to help students feel more confident. 

Get Ahead This New Year With Self-Care, by Helena Hains from The Present Teacher

Self-care doesn’t have to be something you do outside of the classroom. In fact there are so many ways you can incorporate it into the classroom. In fact, why not include your students?

In this workshop, Helena will show you how to incorporate self-care inside the classroom in a way that not only benefits you, but your students too!

Level Up Student Learning, with Pamela Gruzynski from Pam's Place

Sprinkle in some differentiation into existing lessons and have students think like mathematicians. Create small changes to existing lessons or units and amplify success for ALL students.

Leave this session with ideas to use with your students next week.

Word Problems? No Problem! by Blake Yedwab from Yedwab Academics

Word problems? No problem!

Problem-Solving Strategies that will turn Tricky Problems Into Simple Solutions.

Math Centers Made Easy, by Farrah Henley from Farrah Henley Education

Math centers don't have to be the biggest headache in your day. Off-task students, constant interruptions at your teacher table, and the dreaded "I DON'T KNOW WHAT TO DO" don't have to be the norm during you math block.

With my Easy Centers Framework™ your math centers can be your FAVORITE part of your day knowing that your students are getting the review and enrichment they need while being engaged learners and allowing you ACTUALLY teach MORE during your small group instruction time. If you are using a math workshop model or guided math groups, your MATH CENTERS are the KEY to its success.

This component is often glossed over and it's assumed you as a teacher just KNOW how to do them effectively...but this isn't explicitly taught.

Well, now you can have a system and framework that allows you to ACTUALLY teach during your workshop or guided math groups! 

Creating Authentic Experiences in the Classroom, by Lauren Daughty from Managing Middle Math

Are you looking for ways to level up your classroom experience for your students? Then, look no further! This session will teach you how to create Authentic Experiences in your classrooms for your students to develop their skills. Your classroom will become a more engaging and fun place for your students and make them want to come back again and again! I look forward to seeing you there!

Using Digital Tools to Provide Instant Feedback, by Sarah Asma from Kate's Math Lessons

Learn to save time while giving students instant feedback with digital activities that grade themselves.

You don't need to be tech-savvy to use engaging digital resources in your classroom.

Discover the top 5 digital resources you should be using in your classroom and gain access to free templates you can use to create your own digital activities.

Empowering Students to Engage with a Community of Discussion, by Mona Iehl from Mona Math

Are you looking for ways to engage every child in math?

Maybe your students are unmotivated and discouraged to try new things & hesitant to take risks.

By creating a classroom community and providing opportunities for students to share their thinking you can empower every child to love and deeply understand math.

In this session you'll learn how to develop engaging classroom community that supports active math discussions. Leave with real life tips from this real life teacher!

5 Practices to Develop Your Students’ Mathematical Thinking, by Jamie Rhinesmith from Making Mini Mathematicians

Have you ever found yourself repeating the same math rule or procedure over and over to your students, only to find they forget about it when solving a problem independently?

Do your students struggle to apply relevant prior knowledge and strategies to new problem types?

As math educators, we often encounter these problems when we place too much emphasis on helping our students compute numbers, and not enough on developing their reasoning and mathematical thinking. 

In this session, you’ll be given 5 simple teaching practices that you can begin using tomorrow to help your students grow as mini mathematicians. 

Building Math Confidence Starting at Home, by Alice Aspinall from Everyone Can Learn Math

We live in a society filled with people who hate math or suffer from math anxiety, but we can try to change the narrative for our children and students.

We want our children to grow up seeing the beauty and joy of mathematics.

We can do this by bringing math into their worlds through positive experiences and finding the math around us.

Join me in this session as we explore mathematical concepts found in every day experiences and learn how to build our students’ confidence with mathematics. 

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