Moving Through Math: Take One Workshop or Take Two!
Please note: These two workshops are intended to be stand-alone arts-integrated lessons focused on math. Participants are welcomed and encouraged to take both, though each can be approached independently. For educators participating in both, limited in-classroom coaching opportunities will be available.
Move math concepts off the blackboard and into students’ bodies and minds through active, experiential, arts integrated teaching. Participants discover how integrating music and movement with the teaching of math makes full use of students’ aural, kinesthetic, visual, analytical, creative, and social intelligences.
Moving Through Math: Number Concepts
Recommended for Teachers of Grades 1-6
Maximum number of workshop participants: 30
In this workshop, teachers will explore the conceptual parallels between rhythmic movement and number concepts in mathematics. Participants will learn about the critical relationships in grouping and addition concepts, repeating patterns, skip counting, multiplication, division, and fractions. Led by Kennedy Center teaching artist Marcia Daft.
Check out the associated workshop Moving Through Math: Spatial and Geometric Concepts!
Other 2013-2014 Professional Development Workshops
|PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT||TEACHERS’ GRADES||DAY||DATE||TIME|
|Arts Integration and Common Core: Visual Arts Tools to Deepen Learning||2-8||Tu||10/8/13||4-7pm|
|Singing the Words: Lyric Writing in the Classroom||2-5||W||11/13/13||4-7pm|
|Moving Through Math: Spatial and Geometric Concepts||1-6||W||3/26/14||4-7pm|
To learn more about Our Artists in the Schools program please email Tracy Sawyer, Education & Outreach Manager, or call 707.800.7529.
Wednesday, February 5, 2014