Bar Modeling #2 – Cultivating Success from the Start with Dr. Bill Tozzo and Dr. Amy Tozzo
SYMPTOMS: You’re just starting out on your journey toward using bar models to supercharge your math lessons and transform your students into problem-solving experts. You’re excited, but concerned your lessons will quickly turn into an awful combination of chaos and mass hysteria. You want to make sure you start your students off with support and an appropriate level of challenge, but you’re not sure how.
DIAGNOSIS: Stage 2 Bar Model Anxiety
PROGNOSIS: Extremely Favorable – Provided treatment recommendations are followed
TREATMENT: Webinar Attendance and Mathematical Therapy
Attend our webinar, take copious notes, ask questions, and solve the problems your students will solve BEFORE you start the lesson!
During this webinar, Amy and Bill will provide you with the strategies and insight you need to ensure your students leave your room with a smile and a clean bill of health. You’ll learn:
- How to introduce bar modeling to your students so they make sense
- How to scaffold bar model problems to support struggling learners
- A logical process to organizing their thoughts and solving problems
- Activities to help develop their skills and visualize mathematics
Dr. Bill Tozzo and Dr. Amy Butterfield-Tozzo are co-authors of the Singapore Mathematics program think! Mathematics published by Shing Lee. Shing Lee is one of two Singaporean publishing houses approved by the Ministry of Education, that provide books here in the U.S. Amy and Bill share over 35 years of full-time classroom teaching experience, and 10 years of teacher education and leadership. Unlike many of even the most popular trainers, Bill and Amy practice what they preach and love what they teach.
When you finish the webinar, you’ll feel inspired, confident and ready for class! You’ll be provided with a course booklet, and a wide variety of problems (with solutions) to use to get your students started.
You’ll also be sent a COMPLETE RECORDING WITHIN 48 HOURS of the webinar for you to watch again and refresh if you need to.