Guided Math Course




I am so excited for this course! I have gotten many questions over the years about how I run Guided Math in my classroom. A lot of teachers have asked me about different situations they have in their own classroom, how to make Guided Math work with a shorter math block, what do you leave for a sub, and what are the other students busy doing? If you've read some of my other blog posts, you know that I like to keep my groups flexible and have my students be responsible for their own work. Now, I am sharing how I go about doing all of this, with all of you in this FREE course! Grab a cup of coffee and put up your feet! You can easily do this whole course from your phone!


You'll learn:
-How I decide if I should introduce an objective during whole group or small group math
-The four 'groups' you should have running in your classroom every day
-How flexible groups work
-How to launch Guided Math in ten days
-How to manage behavior and accountability
-Sample guided math schedules and classroom layouts
-How to run groups with or without another adult
-How unit overviews are the most important part of planning
-Plus more!

It's FREE! Sign up now, and work at your own pace!

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If you are thinking about implementing Guided Math stations in your classroom, it is important to have structure and organization. Your students need to be clear and understand your expectations. In this course I talk about the flexible, yet consistent structure I use for my guided math groups. You will see sample guided math schedules, classroom set up, and what all of your students will be working on independently.If you are thinking about implementing Guided Math rotations in your classroom, it is important to have structure and organization. Your students need to be clear and understand your expectations. In this course I talk about the flexible, yet consistent structure I use for my guided math groups. You will learn what your students will do at centers, what early finishers will work on, and how to keep your math centers running indepenently and smoothly.

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