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Increasing Student Math Achievement

If you are not satisfied with your schools’ performance in mathematics, Bill Hanlon will provide professional development to classroom teachers and administrators that will focus on content, pedagogy, instructional strategies to address special populations, and using assessments to guide instruction that will result in increased student achievement in mathematics.

Increasing student achievement does not just happen. Classroom teachers and administrators must work to achieve that objective. That work should be reflected in teachers’ content knowledge and classroom practices.

Bill’s underlying premise in increasing student achievement is what works is work. There are no shortcuts.

Hanlonmath provides a balanced approach to professional development in mathematics. Balance, as defined by Bill, emphasizes:

Vocabulary & Notation
Concept Development & Linkage
Memorization of Important Facts & Procedures
Applications
Appropriate Use of Technology

Hanlon’s knowledge of mathematics combined with his knowledge and insight of working with students living in poverty brings uniqueness to his brand of professional development in mathematics. Based on the foundation that students should feel more comfortable in their knowledge, understanding and application of mathematics, Bill provides professional development for teachers and administrators that will have an immediate impact on teachers’ content knowledge, instructional practices and student achievement.

 


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You can also see Bill at the following conferences:

Teachers of Struggling
Students in Mathematics
Tucson, AZ
May 12, 2011
8 am - 3 pm
Clarion Hotel--Airport

ALAS Annual Conference
San Francisco, CA
Oct 13 & 14, 2011

ATMNE Annual Conference
Warwick, RI
Nov 9-12, 2011

NASSP Annual Convention
Tampa, FL
March 8-11, 2012

NASB Annual Convention
Boston, MA
April 21-23 , 2012


 
Professional Development Offered
  • Keynote Speaker
  • Inservices
  • School Coaching
  • Video Courses