Riverside County Office of Education
Elementary Math Strategies & Lessons – CTI Induction

Elementary Math Strategies & Lessons

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Dr. Iris Riggs

Dr. Riggs is interested in the measurement of teacher self-efficacy beliefs for teaching science and mathematics.  Additionally, as a CSUSB faculty member, she currently teaches induction coaches within a program for new teachers through the Riverside County Office of Education. Recently, in her capacity as a faculty member, she also worked in ACES, a program that promoted teachers’ ability to teach algebra through lesson study (http://aces.csusb.edu).

Iris Riggs, Ph.D.

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Elementary Math
Strategies & Lessons

Problem-based Lessons for Elementary Mathematics

This module will help teachers learn to sequence problem-based math lessons to start with students independently solving a problem, followed by sharing of approaches and closing with discussion and comparison of multiple strategies. This teaching approach is more of a “you do, we do, I do” approach, with the teacher coming in during discussion and closure to add content input and academic language.

Audience: CTI Induction Coaches and Candidates. This session is geared toward the elementary classroom setting.

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Time: 4:00 PM - 5:30 PM

Considering Place Value Materials as an Adaptation Strategy for Elementary Math Learners

Not all manipulatives are the same as teachers will discover in this module. The differences between three types of place value materials will be experienced and defined by participants. Implications for supporting students with different levels of understanding will be considered.

Audience: CTI Induction Coaches and Candidates. This session is geared toward the elementary classroom setting.

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Time: 4:00 PM - 5:30 PM