Differentiating Instruction With Guided Math

by Christine Michalyshen

Next Semester: Oct 4 - Nov 13, 2021
Access through Jan 21, 2022


Subject: Mathematics

Grade Level: Elementary School

Registration opens Sep 17 at 8:00AM PDT

Semesters Offered:

  • Fall 2021
  • Spring 2022
  • Fall 2022

2 Professional Development Hours

2-4 Graduate Level Professional Development Credits Available

Topics Covered:

  • Guided Math
  • Math Workshop
  • Differentiated Instruction

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If you've felt overwhelmed trying to meet students’ diverse learning needs and haven’t found a realistic solution, then this is the workshop for you.  You'll learn strategies you can implement to meet your students needs, whether in person or online so that they enjoy collaborating and are making significant gains in their achievement.

We'll begin by exploring why differentiation is needed.  From there we'll discuss how to differentiate for your students and how to plan and deliver whole class and small group lessons.  Then we'll explore how to create a manageable Math Workshop and what do to if it doesn't go as planned.  Finally we'll explore how to implement these techniques in a virtual classroom.

Christine Michalyshen

About the Instructor

Christine Michalyshen

Christine has over 25 years of combined teaching, coaching and consulting experience.  From the beginning of her teaching career, Christine has specialized in mathematics instruction with an emphasis on differentiation.  More recently she has been sharing her passion for teaching mathematics by coaching in kindergarten to grade nine classrooms using Guided Math. Christine has successfully facilitated the implementation of Guided Math in many school divisions across Canada.