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Developing Fluency in K-2

Date: 12/05/2017
Time: 12:30 PM to 03:30 PM
Location: MetLife Building, 200 Park Ave, New York, NY 10166
Registration is required
Group is limited to 15 participants

Participants will investigate strategies for helping students solve number problems with efficiency, accuracy and flexibility. The workshop will focus on the Concrete-Pictorial-Abstract approach, using manipulative materials and drawings, before moving to mental math exercises.

This workshop requires minimum enrollment of seven participants. East West Math reserves the right to cancel the workshop in the event of insufficient enrollment. In such event prospective participants will be notified of cancellation as soon as possible. Refunds will be issued only for cancellations made a minimum of seven days prior to date of event.

We accept Purchase Orders from schools.  Please email us for more information.

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4th Annual Singapore Math® Summer Institute, Gr. 3-5

Date: August 21-22, 2017
Time: 8:30 AM to 3:30 PM
Location: Hilton Garden Inn Park Avenue, 45 East 33rd Street, New York, NY 10016

Register by June 15th and receive 5 sets of our newly designed manipulatives for building fluency for FREE and we’ll also waive the certificate fee (Combined value of $70).

Designed for Gr. 3-5 Classroom & Special Ed Teachers, Math Specialists and Administrators.

Our seminars and unique manipulatives are based on the Concrete-Pictorial-Abstract pedagogy on which Singapore Math is founded. These workshops offer practical teaching strategies for developing fluency of math facts, mental math and use of companion manipulatives that you’ll be able to use with your students immediately:

Numerous games & activities for developing mastery of math facts
Painless drills: build math fluency effortlessly
Strategies for increasing mental math skills
Game centers ready activities
Differentiating your instruction with a wealth of math activities

Day 1: August 21, 2017

Morning

Developing Understanding of Multiplication and Division with CPA & Modeling.

Participants will learn strategies to build student understanding of multiplication and division and how to help students connect the model to the abstract. The use of place value mats and base ten blocks, as well as the area model will be emphasized to connect conceptual understanding to the algorithm.

Afternoon

Developing Fluency with Math Games

Participants will learn how to gamify mathematics learning and immerse their students in the practice of math facts to mastery. Through games, activities and use of manipulatives, participants will investigate strategies for helping students visualize multiplication and division concepts. Participants will also explore ways to differentiate instruction and scaffold lessons for struggling learners through implementing game centers that are focused on different areas of math fluency.

Problem Solving with Board Use & Math Journals

Participants will develop understanding of how teachers in top performing countries use the whiteboard to develop clear lesson flow and structure. Careful use of this tool can help students develop note-taking skills and make connections to related mathematical concepts. Participants will think deeply about students’ errors and evidence of understanding. Common misconceptions will be discussed. We will examine strategies to help diagnose student errors and approaches to help students overcome these obstacles.

Day 2: August 22, 2017

Morning

Advanced Problem Solving with the Use of Bar Modeling

This workshop focuses on the Singapore Math model drawing method for solving word problems in grades 3, 4 and 5. Participants will explore challenging problems using representative model drawing. Topics covered will include the use of part-whole and comparison models to solve problems involving the four operations, and using bar models to solve multi-step word problems. Teachers will learn practical suggestions on how to help their students to learn and use the bar model effectively. Model lessons using bar modeling will be explored. Helping students with perseverance will be discussed.

Afternoon

How to Use Models to Represent & Solve Fractions Problems

Participants will learn how to represent fractions with fractional models, the meaning of fractions, how fractions are composed of unit fractions, helping students to understand fractions as numbers, operations with fractions and mixed numbers, how to make the connections between operations with whole numbers and operations with fractions, and activities and games that deepen students understanding of fractions

Check in: 8:00 am to 8:30 am. All seminars are scheduled from 8:30 am to 3:30 pm. Space is limited to 30 participants. Fee includes lunch & personalized certificate of participation.

Purchase Orders from schools are accepted. Please call or email us for more info.

Want to save on registration? Bring a group of 10+ and get exclusive discounts.

This workshop requires minimum enrollment of fifteen participants. East West Math reserves the right to cancel the workshop in the event of insufficient enrollment. In such an event, prospective participants will be notified of cancellation as soon as possible. Refunds will be issued only for cancellations made a minimum of 14 days prior to date of the event.

Special Benefits of Attending - Receive New Manipulatives Free

These newly designed, kid-friendly and colorful flash mastery cards feature special number combinations and proven patterns for building number sense and fluency of multiplication facts. Each card is color-coded to help you identify areas of strength and weakness. There are 2 sets of mastery cards that focus on developing fluency of multiplication facts. Multiplication set 1: tables of 2, 3, 4 & 5. Multiplication set 2: tables of 6, 7, 8, 9 and 1. These flash cards offer children a fun way to master their math facts:

Proven patterns for building fact fluency
Special number combinations
Color-coded cards that identify strengths & weaknesses
Game centers ready sets & activities
Consultations Available

Dr. Yoshida will be available during the seminars to answer questions and discuss your unique needs of teaching, differentiating and implementing your K-5 math program.

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$550.00
+ $55.00 registration fee
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new-york

4th Annual Singapore Math® Summer Institute, K-2

Date: August 21-22, 2017
Time: 8:30 AM to 3:30 PM
Location: Hilton Garden Inn Park Avenue, 45 East 33rd Street, New York, NY 10016

Register by June 15th and receive 5 sets of our newly designed manipulatives for building fluency for FREE and we’ll waive a certificate fee (Combined value of $100).

Designed for K-2 Classroom & Special Ed Teachers, Math Specialists and Administrators

Our seminars and unique manipulatives are based on the Concrete-Pictorial-Abstract pedagogy on which Singapore Math is founded. These workshops offer practical teaching strategies for developing fluency of math facts, mental math and companion manipulatives that you’ll be able to use with your students immediately:

Numerous games & activities for developing mastery of math facts
Painless drills: build math fluency effortlessly
Strategies for increasing mental math skills
Visualization strategies for developing cardinality of numbers
Game centers ready activities
Differentiating your instruction with a wealth of math activities
Formatively assessing students with games

Day 1: August 21, 2017

Morning

Developing Number Sense Through Teaching Story Problem Situations

This workshop will focus on understanding of numbers through discussing number story situations. Mathematical ideas are best understood when students see a need for their use. The story problem situations help students see relevant uses of math concepts to make sense of what they are learning. They expose students to the major concepts of mathematics as they arise naturally in story problem situations. Participants will explore a variety of such number story situations with use of the new manipulatives.

Afternoon

Developing Fluency with Math Games & Activities

Participants will learn how to gamify mathematics learning and immerse their students in the practice of math facts to mastery. Through games, activities and use of manipulatives, participants will investigate strategies of helping students visualize, classify, compose, decompose, compare, add and subtract numbers. Participants will explore subitizing techniques of readily identifying the number of objects in a set without counting. Participants will also explore ways to differentiate instruction and scaffold lessons for struggling learners through implementing game centers that are focused on different areas of math fluency.

Day 2: August 22, 2017

Morning

Problem Solving with Board Use & Math Journals

Participants will understand how teachers in top performing countries use the whiteboard to develop clear lesson flow and structure.  Careful use of this tool can help students develop note- taking skills and make connections to related mathematical concepts. Participants will think deeply about students’ errors and evidence of understanding.  Common misconceptions will be discussed.  We will examine strategies to help diagnose student errors and approaches to help students overcome these obstacles.

Afternoon

Geometry & Measurement

This workshop focuses on development of mathematical ideas in Geometry and Measurement through CPA. Topics covered may include sorting & classifying objects, combining different shapes, combining common shapes to make new shapes, dividing a shape into a common shape and making models. Participants will explore ways to measure, using standard and non-standard units. Participants will engage in activities that involve estimation and comparison with use of manipulatives.

Check in: 8:00 am to 8:30 am. All seminars are scheduled from 8:30 am to 3:30 pm. Space is limited to 30 participants. Fee includes lunch & personalized certificate of participation. 

Purchase Orders from schools are accepted. Please call or email us for more info.

Want to save on registration?  Bring a group of 10+ and get exclusive discounts.

This workshop requires minimum enrollment of fifteen participants. East West Math reserves the right to cancel the workshop in the event of insufficient enrollment. In such an event prospective participants will be notified of cancellation as soon as possible. Refunds will be issued only for cancellations made a minimum of 14 days prior to date of the event.

Special Benefits of Attending - Receive New Manipulatives Free

These newly designed, kid-friendly and colorful flash mastery cards feature special number combinations and proven patterns for building number sense and fluency of math facts. Each card is color-coded to help you identify areas of strength and weakness. The Master Key is included in the set. There are 5 sets of mastery cards that focus on developing fluency in the following areas: cardinality of numbers to 20; addition & subtraction to 10; addition and subtraction to 20; multiplication set 1: tables of 2, 3, 4 & 5; multiplication set 2: tables of 6, 7, 8, 9 and 1. These flash cards offer children a fun way to master their math facts:

Proven patterns for building fact fluency
Special number combinations
Color-coded cards that identify strengths & weaknesses
Game centers ready sets & activities
Consultations Available

Dr. Yoshida will be available during the seminars to answer questions and discuss your unique needs of teaching, differentiating and implementing your K-5 math program.

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$550.00
+ $55.00 registration fee
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new-york

Singapore Math Number Sense, Grades K-2

Date: 01/22/2015
Time: 9:00 to 12:00 PM
Location: MetLife Building, 200 Park Ave, New York, NY 10166
Registration is required
Group is limited to 15 participants

This workshop focuses on how to develop number sense in grades K-2 based on the Common Core State Standards. Topics covered include understanding cardinality of number, decomposition and composition of numbers (Number Bonds); games and activities that develop number sense and facts fluency, place value, and teaching addition and subtraction with meaning.

For NYC location only: all participants must be registered at least 5 business days prior to a day of a workshop.  Each attendee must have a valid photo ID and arrive at least 15 minutes prior to the start of workshop.

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Model Drawing 1, Grades 1-4

Date: 01/22/2015
Time:  01:00 to 04:00 PM
Location: MetLife Building, 200 Park Ave, New York, NY 10166
Registration is required
Group is limited to 15 participants

Description: This workshop is an introduction to the model drawing method used to represent word problems in Singapore Math and Japanese mathematics. Topics covered include the history of model drawing, the relationship of the bar model to the Common Core State Standards, the pedagogy of the Concrete  Pictorial Abstract approach, how bar and line models are developed informally in early grades, and using part whole and comparison models to solve word problems involving the four operations with whole numbers.

Suggested Audience: teachers in grades 1-4, special education teachers, math specialists and coaches, and those who are new to model drawing

For NYC location only: all participants must be registered at least 5 business days prior to a day of a workshop.  Each attendee must have a valid photo ID and arrive at least 15 minutes prior to the start of workshop.

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new-jersey

Singapore Math Number Sense, Grades K-2

Date: 01/30/2015
Time: 8:30 to 11:30 AM
Location: 186 Main Street Chatham, NJ 07928
Registration is required
Group is limited to 15 participants

This workshop focuses on how to develop number sense in grades K-2 based on the Common Core State Standards. Topics covered include understanding cardinality of number, decomposition and composition of numbers (Number Bonds); games and activities that develop number sense and facts fluency, place value, and teaching addition and subtraction with meaning.

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new-york

Singapore Math Fractions, Grades 3, 4 & 5

Date: 02/19/2015
Time: 9:00 to 12:00 PM
Location: MetLife Building, 200 Park Ave, New York, NY 10166
Registration is required
Group is limited to 15 participants

This workshop focuses on how to teach fractions in grades 2-6 based on the Common Core State Standards. Topics covered include the meaning of fractions, how fractions are composed of unit fractions, helping students to understand fractions as numbers, operations with fractions and mixed numbers, how to make the connections between operations with whole numbers and operations with fractions, and activities and games that deepen students understanding of fractions.

For NYC location only: all participants must be registered at least 5 business days prior to a day of a workshop.  Each attendee must have a valid photo ID and arrive at least 15 minutes prior to the start of workshop.

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new-york

Model Drawing 2, Grades 3, 4 & 5

Date: 02/19/2015
Time:  01:00 to 04:00 PM
Location: MetLife Building, 200 Park Ave, New York, NY 10166
Registration is required
Group is limited to 15 participants

Description: This workshop focuses on how bar and line models are used in Singapore Math and Japanese mathematics to represent problems involving fractions and decimals. In addition, we will learn how to use bar models to solve multi-step word problems involving the four operations with whole numbers, fractions and decimals, the unitary method, and the relationship of model drawing to the Common Core State Standards.

Suggested Audience: teachers in grades 3-5, special education teachers, math specialists and coaches, and those who are interested in the model drawing method

For NYC location only: all participants must be registered at least 5 business days prior to a day of a workshop.  Each attendee must have a valid photo ID and arrive at least 15 minutes prior to the start of workshop.

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new-jersey

Model Drawing 2, Grades 3, 4 & 5

Date: 02/20/2015
Time:  12:30 to 3:30 pm 
Location: 186 Main Street Chatham, NJ 07928
Registration is required
Group is limited to 15 participants

Description: This workshop focuses on how bar and line models are used in Singapore Math and Japanese mathematics to represent problems involving fractions and decimals. In addition, we will learn how to use bar models to solve multi-step word problems involving the four operations with whole numbers, fractions and decimals, the unitary method, and the relationship of model drawing to the Common Core State Standards.

Suggested Audience: teachers in grades 3-5, special education teachers, math specialists and coaches, and those who are interested in the model drawing method

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Differentiating Instruction with Games & Activities, Grades 4-8

Date: 02/27/2015
Time: 01:00 to 04:00 PM
Location: MetLife Building, 200 Park Ave, New York, NY 10166
Registration is required
Group is limited to 15 participants

This workshop is designed to provide teachers with repeatable Game Formats to foster students’ progress from conceptual understanding to recall and ultimately to mastery. Using the concept of Place Value participants will play games like Cardster, Guess Again, Scramble Jumble, and Let ‘Er Rip. These games can be easily modified to accommodate both advanced learners and students needing remediation. All SMART files used will be included so that teachers can modify for use with an endless number of content topics.


For NYC location only: all participants must be registered at least 5 business days prior to a day of a workshop.  Each attendee must have a valid photo ID and arrive at least 15 minutes prior to the start of workshop.

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new-york

Foundation of Singapore Math, Grades 4-8

Date: 02/27/2015
Time:  09:00 to 12:00 PM
Location: MetLife Building, 200 Park Ave, New York, NY 10166
Registration is required
Group is limited to 15 participants

This workshop is designed to introduce teachers to the Singapore CPA approach to instruction. All three steps: Concrete, Pictorial and Abstract will be discussed and demonstrated.  Participants will use hands-on manipulatives to create their own understanding, then transition to a picture model before finally constructing an abstract algorithm. The workshop is designed for teachers in grades 3-8 and will include strategies to differentiate according to students’ ability levels.


For NYC location only: all participants must be registered at least 5 business days prior to a day of a workshop.  Each attendee must have a valid photo ID and arrive at least 15 minutes prior to the start of workshop.

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$149.00
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new-york

Singapore Math Number Sense, Grades K-2

Date: 03/19/2015
Time: 9:00 to 12:00 PM
Location: MetLife Building, 200 Park Ave, New York, NY 10166
Registration is required
Group is limited to 15 participants

This workshop focuses on how to develop number sense in grades K-2 based on the Common Core State Standards. Topics covered include understanding cardinality of number, decomposition and composition of numbers (Number Bonds); games and activities that develop number sense and facts fluency, place value, and teaching addition and subtraction with meaning.

For NYC location only: all participants must be registered at least 5 business days prior to a day of a workshop.  Each attendee must have a valid photo ID and arrive at least 15 minutes prior to the start of workshop.

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$149.00
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new-york

Model Drawing 1, Grades 1-4

Date: 03/19/2015
Time:  01:00 to 04:00 PM
Location: MetLife Building, 200 Park Ave, New York, NY 10166
Registration is required
Group is limited to 15 participants

Description: This workshop is an introduction to the model drawing method used to represent word problems in Singapore Math and Japanese mathematics. Topics covered include the history of model drawing, the relationship of the bar model to the Common Core State Standards, the pedagogy of the Concrete  Pictorial Abstract approach, how bar and line models are developed informally in early grades, and using part whole and comparison models to solve word problems involving the four operations with whole numbers.

Suggested Audience: teachers in grades 1-4, special education teachers, math specialists and coaches, and those who are new to model drawing

For NYC location only: all participants must be registered at least 5 business days prior to a day of a workshop.  Each attendee must have a valid photo ID and arrive at least 15 minutes prior to the start of workshop.

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$149.00
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new-jersey

Singapore Math Fluency, Gr. K-2

Date: 03/27/2015
Time: 8:30 to 11:30 AM
Location: 186 Main Street Chatham, NJ 07928
Registration is required
Group is limited to 15 participants

This workshop focuses on how to develop number sense in grades K-2 based on the Common Core State Standards. Topics covered include understanding cardinality of number, decomposition and composition of numbers (Number Bonds); games and activities that develop number sense and facts fluency, place value, and teaching addition and subtraction with meaning.

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$149.00
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new-jersey

Model Drawing 1, Grades 1-4

Date: 03/27/2015
Time:  12:30 to 03:30 PM
Location: 186 Main Street Chatham, NJ 07928
Registration is required
Group is limited to 15 participants

Description: This workshop is an introduction to the model drawing method used to represent word problems in Singapore Math and Japanese mathematics. Topics covered include the history of model drawing, the relationship of the bar model to the Common Core State Standards, the pedagogy of the Concrete  Pictorial Abstract approach, how bar and line models are developed informally in early grades, and using part whole and comparison models to solve word problems involving the four operations with whole numbers.

Suggested Audience: teachers in grades 1-4, special education teachers, math specialists and coaches, and those who are new to model drawing.

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new-jersey

Geometry & Measurement, Grades 3-5

Date: 04/03/2015
Time:  12:30 pm to 3:30 pm 
Location: 186 Main Street Chatham, NJ 07928
Registration is required
Group is limited to 15 participants

This workshop focuses on development of mathematical ideas in Geometry in grades 3-5.  It will be based on the Common Core State Standards in Mathematics described in 3.G.1., 3.MD.5., 3.MD.6., 3.MD.7., 3.MD.8., 4.G.1., 4.G.2., 4.G.2, 4.G.2., 5.MD.3., 5.MD.4., 5.MD.5.  Topics covered may include different categories of shapes sharing attributes, types of quadrilaterals, defining “a unit square,” finding area of figures in squares, classifying two dimensional figures based on parallel and perpendicular lines, recognizing a line of symmetry for a two-dimensional figure, measuring volumes by counting unit cubes.

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new-york

Differentiating Instruction with Games & Activities, Grades 4-8

Date: 04/09/2015
Time: 01:00 to 04:00 PM
Location: MetLife Building, 200 Park Ave, New York, NY 10166
Registration is required
Group is limited to 15 participants


This workshop is designed to provide teachers with repeatable Game Formats to foster students’ progress from conceptual understanding to recall and ultimately to mastery. Using the concept of Place Value participants will play games like Cardster, Guess Again, Scramble Jumble, and Let ‘Er Rip. These games can be easily modified to accommodate both advanced learners and students needing remediation. All SMART files used will be included so that teachers can modify for use with an endless number of content topics.


For NYC location only: all participants must be registered at least 5 business days prior to a day of a workshop.  Each attendee must have a valid photo ID and arrive at least 15 minutes prior to the start of workshop.

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$149.00
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new-york

Foundation of Singapore Math, Grades 4-8

Date: 04/09/2015
Time: 9:00 to 12:00 PM
Location: MetLife Building, 200 Park Ave, New York, NY 10166
Registration is required
Group is limited to 15 participants

This workshop is designed to introduce teachers to the Singapore CPA approach to instruction. All three steps: Concrete, Pictorial and Abstract will be discussed and demonstrated.  Participants will use hands-on manipulatives to create their own understanding, then transition to a picture model before finally constructing an abstract algorithm. The workshop is designed for teachers in grades 3-8 and will include strategies to differentiate according to students’ ability levels.


For NYC location only: all participants must be registered at least 5 business days prior to a day of a workshop.  Each attendee must have a valid photo ID and arrive at least 15 minutes prior to the start of workshop.

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new-jersey

Model Drawing 3

Date: 04/10/2015
Time: 12:30 to 3:30 PM
Location: 186 Main Street Chatham, NJ 07928
Registration is required
Group is limited to 15 participants

Description: This workshop focuses on how bar models and line models are used in Singapore Math and Japanese mathematics to represent complex word problems. Topics covered include multiplication of fractions and decimals, using models to represent problems that require algebraic reasoning, before and after models, challenging word problems, and the relationship of model drawing to the Common Core State Standards.

Suggested Audience: teachers in grades 4-6, special education teachers, math specialists and coaches, middle school teachers, and those who are interested in delving further into the model drawing method

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massachusetts

How to develop strong number sense in K-2 with Singapore Math® Primary Mathematics

Date: 04/17/2015
Time: 02:00 to 03:00 PM
Location: Convention & Exhibition Center, 415 Summer St, Boston, MA 02210

Presenter: Jen Shouffler, East West Math LLC

East West Math is inviting you to attend a workshop "How to develop strong number sense in K-2 with Singapore Math® Primary Mathematics."  It will take place in Boston Convention & Exhibition Center on April 17, 2015 at 2 PM as a part of the 2015 NCTM Annual Meeting & Exposition event.

Description:  Through the use of manipulatives and activities, this interactive workshop will give teachers a practical understanding of concrete to pictorial to abstract (CPA) approach.  Teachers will benefit from learning strategies for building strong number sense foundation: composing and decomposing numbers within 10 and regrouping within 20.  These topics are highlighted in the CCSS-M.  Formative and summative assessments will be discussed in the context of practice activities.

Suggested audience: Grades K to 2 teachers, special education teachers and math specialists.

Jennifer Shouffler is a graduate of the math leadership program at Bank Street college. She previously studied secondary education mathematics at Penn State University. Jennifer has been a middle school math teacher, a high school math teacher, a K-12 mathematics supervisor, and now a district administrator for curriculum and instruction in New Jersey.

Ms. Shouffler has been studying international math teaching and learning for the past 15 years. She is particularly interested in math education in Singapore and Japan, and the professional development practice of lesson study. She joined members of Global Educational Research to observe lesson study in Japanese classrooms over two summers. Jennifer returned to help her colleagues translate Japanese elementary mathematics textbooks for grades one through six. Jennifer Shouffler continues to educate parents, teachers, and students through workshops and lessons that make mathematics interesting and meaningful.

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new-york

Model Drawing 1, Grades 1-4

Date: 05/07/2015
Time:  01:00 am to 04:00 PM
Location: MetLife Building, 200 Park Ave, New York, NY 10166
Registration is required
Group is limited to 15 participants

Description: This workshop is an introduction to the model drawing method used to represent word problems in Singapore Math and Japanese mathematics. Topics covered include the history of model drawing, the relationship of the bar model to the Common Core State Standards, the pedagogy of the Concrete  Pictorial Abstract approach, how bar and line models are developed informally in early grades, and using part whole and comparison models to solve word problems involving the four operations with whole numbers.

Suggested Audience: teachers in grades 1-4, special education teachers, math specialists and coaches, and those who are new to model drawing

For NYC location only: all participants must be registered at least 5 business days prior to a day of a workshop.  Each attendee must have a valid photo ID and arrive at least 15 minutes prior to the start of workshop.

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new-york

Singapore Math Number Sense, Grades K-2 (template)

Date: 05/07/2015
Time: 9:00 to 12:00 PM
Location: MetLife Building, 200 Park Ave, New York, NY 10166
Registration is required
Group is limited to 15 participants

This workshop focuses on how to develop number sense in grades K-2 based on the Common Core State Standards. Topics covered include understanding cardinality of number, decomposition and composition of numbers (Number Bonds); games and activities that develop number sense and facts fluency, place value, and teaching addition and subtraction with meaning.

For NYC location only: all participants must be registered at least 5 business days prior to a day of a workshop.  Each attendee must have a valid photo ID and arrive at least 15 minutes prior to the start of workshop.

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new-jersey

Multiplication & Division, Grades 3-5

Date: 11/14/2016
Time: 8:30 AM to 11:30 AM
Location: 186 Main Street Chatham, NJ 07928
Registration is required
Group is limited to 15 participants

This workshop focuses on how to teach multiplication and division in grades 2-5 based on the Common Core State Standards. Topics covered include the meanings and properties of multiplication and division, how to help students develop facts fluency through games and activities, and teaching the algorithms for multiplication and division with meaning.

This workshop requires minimum enrollment of seven participants. East West Math reserves the right to cancel the workshop in the event of insufficient enrollment. In such event prospective participants will be notified of cancellation as soon as possible. Refunds will be issued only for cancellations made a minimum of seven days prior to date of event.

We accept Purchase Orders from schools.  Please email us for more information.


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+ $30.00 registration fee
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new-jersey

Intro to Bar Modeling, Grades 3-5

Date: 11/14/2016
Time: 12:30 PM to 3:30 PM
Location: 186 Main Street Chatham, NJ 07928
Registration is required
Group is limited to 15 participants

This workshop focuses on the Singapore Math® model drawing method for solving word problems in grades 3, 4 and 5. Topics covered include the rationale for using bar models to solve problems, part-whole and comparison models for problems involving the four operations with whole numbers, and using the bar model to solve two-step word problems. Teachers will learn practical suggestions on how to help their students to learn and use the bar model effectively.

This workshop requires minimum enrollment of seven participants. East West Math reserves the right to cancel the workshop in the event of insufficient enrollment. In such event prospective participants will be notified of cancellation as soon as possible. Refunds will be issued only for cancellations made a minimum of seven days prior to date of event.

We accept Purchase Orders from schools.  Please email us for more information.

For NYC location only: all participants must be registered at least 5 business days prior to a day of a workshop.  Each attendee must have a valid photo ID and arrive at least 15 minutes prior to the start of workshop.

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$169.00
+ $30.00 registration fee
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new-york

3rd Annual Singapore Math® Summer Institute™, Gr. K-2

Date: August 24-25, 2015
Time:  08:30 AM to 03:30 PM
Location: Fordham University Westchester Campus, 400 Westchester Ave., West Harrison, NY, 10604

 

Register by June 1st and receive FREE Registration (a $35 value)

 

 Day 1: August 24, 2015

Morning

How to Build Fluency Skills in Gr. K-2: Participants will explore how students build fluency with a meaningful understanding of addition and subtraction facts through CPA and the use of activities with ten frames and other manipulatives.  The focus will be on the structure of numbers 0 to 20.  We will analyze the fact charts to see how to diagnose student difficulties.

Afternoon

How to Correct Student Misconceptions in Gr. K-2:  Participants will examine student work in order to think deeply about students’ errors and evidence of understanding.  Common misconceptions will be discussed.  We will examine strategies to help diagnose student errors and approaches to help students overcome these obstacles.

 

Day 2: August 25, 2015

Morning

How to Differentiate and Develop Problem Solving Skills in Gr. K-2:  Participants will examine lessons that develop students’ problem solving ability.  We will think about how students at various achievement levels can have access to these problems.  We will discuss the characteristics of problems that allow for differentiation.

Afternoon

World-class Instruction with Board Use in Gr. K-2:  Participants will understand how Asian teachers in top performing countries use the blackboard or whiteboard to develop a clear lesson flow and structure.  Careful use of this tool can help students develop note taking skills and make connections to related mathematical concepts. We will examine pictures of boards in the U.S. and around the world.

 

Check in: 8:00 am to 8:30 am.  All seminars are scheduled from 8:30 am to 3:30 pm.  Space is limited to 30 participants.  Fee includes morning coffee, lunch & personalized certificate of participation.  

 

Purchase Orders from schools are accepted.  Groups of 10 or more teachers will receive a school discount.  Current EWM's school clients will receive professional courtesy discount.  Please call or email us for more info.

 

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$399.00
+ $35.00 registration fee
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new-jersey

3rd Annual Singapore Math® Summer Institute™, Gr. K-2

Date: August 26-27, 2015
Time:  08:30 AM to 03:30 PM
Location:  186 Main Street, Chatham, New Jersey 07928

 

Register by June 1st and receive FREE Registration (a $35 value)

 

 Day 1: August 26, 2015

Morning

How to Build Fluency Skills in Gr. K-2: Participants will explore how students build fluency with a meaningful understanding of addition and subtraction facts through CPA and the use of activities with ten frames and other manipulatives.  The focus will be on the structure of numbers 0 to 20.  We will analyze the fact charts to see how to diagnose student difficulties.

Afternoon

How to Correct Student Misconceptions in Gr. K-2:  Participants will examine student work in order to think deeply about students’ errors and evidence of understanding.  Common misconceptions will be discussed.  We will examine strategies to help diagnose student errors and approaches to help students overcome these obstacles.

 

Day 2: August 27, 2015

Morning

How to Differentiate and Develop Problem Solving Skills in Gr. K-2:  Participants will examine lessons that develop students’ problem solving ability.  We will think about how students at various achievement levels can have access to these problems.  We will discuss the characteristics of problems that allow for differentiation.

Afternoon

World-class Instruction with Board Use in Gr. K-2:  Participants will understand how Asian teachers in top performing countries use the blackboard or whiteboard to develop a clear lesson flow and structure.  Careful use of this tool can help students develop note taking skills and make connections to related mathematical concepts. We will examine pictures of boards in the U.S. and around the world.

 

Check in: 8:00 am to 8:30 am.  All seminars are scheduled from 8:30 am to 3:30 pm.  Fee includes morning coffee, lunch & personalized certificate of participation.  

 

Purchase Orders from schools are accepted.  Groups of 10 or more teachers will receive a school discount.  Current EWM's school clients will receive professional courtesy discount.  Please call or email us for more info.

 

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$399.00
+ $35.00 registration fee
Please contact EWM for the next available course offering.

new-york

Singapore Math K-2 Number Sense

Date: 05/04/2017 
Time: 12:30 PM to 3:30 PM 
Location: MetLife building 200 Park Ave, New York, NY 10166
Registration is required
Group is limited to 15 participants

This workshop focuses on how to develop number sense in grades K-2 based on the Common Core State Standards. Topics covered include understanding cardinality of number, decomposition and composition of numbers (Number Bonds); games and activities that develop number sense and facts fluency, place value, and teaching addition and subtraction with meaning.

This workshop requires minimum enrollment of seven participants. East West Math reserves the right to cancel the workshop in the event of insufficient enrollment. In such event prospective participants will be notified of cancellation as soon as possible. Refunds will be issued only for cancellations made a minimum of seven days prior to date of event.

We accept Purchase Orders from schools.  Please email us for more information.

 

For NYC location only: all participants must be registered at least 5 business days prior to a day of a workshop.  Each attendee must have a valid photo ID and arrive at least 15 minutes prior to the start of workshop.

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$169.00
+ $30.00 registration fee
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Intro to Singapore Math for Teachers

Date: 01/16/2014
Time: 6:30 to 7:30 PM
Location: Chatham, NJ.
Registration is required
Group is limited to 15 participants

This workshop focuses on the theory, content and pedagogy behind Singapore Math® including the Concrete→Pictorial→Abstract Approach, relationship to the Common Core State Standards, unique features of Singapore mathematics content and pedagogy, and suggestions for effective implementation. Teachers will experience hands-on activities that illustrate the mathematics teaching approaches used in Singapore Math® Primary Mathematics and Singapore-based mathematics programs such as Math In Focus.

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Simplifying Fractions in Grades 1 and 2

Date: 05/04/2017
Time: 8:30 AM -11:30 AM
Location: MetLife Building, 200 Park Ave, New York, NY 10166

Registration is required
Group is limited to 15 participants

Participants will learn strategies for helping students understand unit fractions and fractions of a set. The workshop will focus on identifying fractional parts, comparing fractions and representing fractions using model drawings.

This workshop requires minimum enrollment of seven participants. East West Math reserves the right to cancel the workshop in the event of insufficient enrollment. In such event prospective participants will be notified of cancellation as soon as possible. Refunds will be issued only for cancellations made a minimum of seven days prior to date of event.

We accept Purchase Orders from schools.  Please email us for more information.

 

For NYC location only: all participants must be registered at least 5 business days prior to a day of a workshop.  Each attendee must have a valid photo ID and arrive at least 15 minutes prior to the start of workshop.

 

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+ $30.00 registration fee
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Support for Struggling Learners in K-2

Date: 06/01/2017
Time: 12:30 PM to 3:30 PM
Location: MetLife Building, 200 Park Ave, New York, NY 10166
Registration is required
Group is limited to 15 participants

Participants will examine the Concrete-Pictorial-Abstract approach to teaching beginning math concepts, and explore ways to scaffold lessons for struggling learners. The workshop will incorporate spatial visualization, counting, classifying and comparing numbers, subitizing (readily identifying the number of objects in a set without counting), composing and decomposing numbers, solving word problems and mathematical modeling.

This workshop requires minimum enrollment of seven participants. East West Math reserves the right to cancel the workshop in the event of insufficient enrollment. In such event prospective participants will be notified of cancellation as soon as possible. Refunds will be issued only for cancellations made a minimum of seven days prior to date of event.

 

We accept Purchase Orders from schools.  Please email us for more information.

 

For NYC location only: all participants must be registered at least 5 business days prior to a day of a workshop.  Each attendee must have a valid photo ID and arrive at least 15 minutes prior to the start of workshop.

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$169.00
+ $30.00 registration fee
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new-york

Starting Out with Singapore Math in K-2

Date: 06/01/2017
Time: 8:30 AM to 11:30 AM
Location: MetLife Building, 200 Park Ave, New York, NY 10166
Registration is required
Group is limited to 15 participants

Participants will learn how to immerse students in the Singapore Math environment, employing daily practice and activities to foster conceptual understanding and skills proficiency. The workshop will focus on recognizing number patterns, mental math strategies, composing and decomposing numbers and place value.

This workshop requires minimum enrollment of seven participants. East West Math reserves the right to cancel the workshop in the event of insufficient enrollment. In such event prospective participants will be notified of cancellation as soon as possible. Refunds will be issued only for cancellations made a minimum of seven days prior to date of event.

 

We accept Purchase Orders from schools.  Please email us for more information.

 

For NYC location only: all participants must be registered at least 5 business days prior to a day of a workshop. Each attendee must have a valid photo ID and arrive at least 15 minutes prior to the start of workshop.

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+ $30.00 registration fee
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3rd Annual Singapore Math® Summer Institute, Gr. 3-5

Dates: 24-25 August, 2015
Time: 8:30 AM - 03:30 PM
Location: Fordham University Westchester Campus, 400 Westchester Ave., West Harrison, NY, 10604

 

Register by June 1st and receive FREE Registration (a $35 value)


Day 1: August 24, 2015

Morning

How to Teach Multiplication and Division with CPA & Modeling in Gr. 3-5:  Participants will learn strategies to build student understanding of multiplication and division and connect the model to the abstract.  The use of place value mats and base ten blocks, as well as the area model will be emphasized to connect conceptual understanding to the algorithm.

Afternoon

World-class Instruction with Board Use in Gr. 3-5: Participants will understand how Asian teachers in top performing countries use the blackboard or whiteboard to develop a clear lesson flow and structure.  Careful use of this tool can help students develop note taking skills and make connections to related mathematical concepts. We will examine pictures of boards in the U.S. and around the world.

 

Day 2: August 25, 2015

Morning

Advanced Problem Solving with the Use of Bar Modeling in Gr. 3-5:  Participants will explore challenging problems using representative model drawing.  Model lessons using bar modeling will be explored.  Helping students with perseverance will be discussed.

Afternoon

How to Correct Student Misconceptions in Gr. 3-5:  Participants will examine student work in order to think deeply about students’ errors and evidence of understanding.  Common misconceptions will be discussed.  We will examine strategies to diagnose student errors and approaches to help students overcome these obstacles.

Check in: 8:00 am to 8:30 am.  All seminars are scheduled from 8:30 am to 3:30 pm.  Space is limited to 30 participants.  Fee includes morning coffee, lunch & personalized certificate of participation.

 

Purchase Orders from schools are accepted.  Groups of 10 or more teachers will receive a school discount.  Current EWM's school clients will receive professional courtesy discount.  Please call or email us for more info.

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$399.00
+ $35.00 registration fee
Item not sold anymore

new-jersey

3rd Annual Singapore Math® Summer Institute, Gr. 3-5

Dates: 26-27 August, 2015
Time: 8:30 AM - 03:30 PM
Location: 186 Main Street, Chatham, New Jersey 07928

 

Register by June 1st and receive FREE Registration (a $35 value)


Day 1: August 26, 2015

Morning

How to Teach Multiplication and Division with CPA & Modeling in Gr. 3-5:  Participants will learn strategies to build student understanding of multiplication and division and connect the model to the abstract.  The use of place value mats and base ten blocks, as well as the area model will be emphasized to connect conceptual understanding to the algorithm.

Afternoon

World-class Instruction with Board Use in Gr. 3-5: Participants will understand how Asian teachers in top performing countries use the blackboard or whiteboard to develop a clear lesson flow and structure.  Careful use of this tool can help students develop note taking skills and make connections to related mathematical concepts. We will examine pictures of boards in the U.S. and around the world.

 

Day 2: August 27, 2015

Morning

Advanced Problem Solving with the Use of Bar Modeling in Gr. 3-5:  Participants will explore challenging problems using representative model drawing.  Model lessons using bar modeling will be explored.  Helping students with perseverance will be discussed.

Afternoon

How to Correct Student Misconceptions in Gr. 3-5:  Participants will examine student work in order to think deeply about students’ errors and evidence of understanding.  Common misconceptions will be discussed.  We will examine strategies to diagnose student errors and approaches to help students overcome these obstacles.

Check in: 8:00 am to 8:30 am.  All seminars are scheduled from 8:30 am to 3:30 pm.  Fee includes morning coffee, lunch & personalized certificate of participation.

 

Purchase Orders from schools are accepted.  Groups of 10 or more teachers will receive a school discount.  Current EWM's school clients will receive professional courtesy discount.  Please call or email us for more info.

See description
$399.00
+ $35.00 registration fee
Please contact EWM for the next available course offering.
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