Teachers of Struggling Students in Math Conference:


Identifying Highly Effective, Proven Strategies Classroom Teachers Can Immediately Implement To Increase Student Achievement

Implementing a balanced delivery of instruction and assessment.

Identifying and implementing teacher expectancies/protocols.
Specific recommendations on how to link math concepts and skills to previous learning and outside experiences.
Techniques for working with English language learners, reluctant or unsuccessful learners, and students living in poverty.
Strategies to increase students’ ability to speak, read, and write mathematics.
Strategies to help students learn more effectively and efficiently.
Ideas for introducing concepts in algebra while reviewing and reinforcing basic math skills.
Using data from assessing student work to modify instructional practices.
Effective review strategies that prepare students for high stakes tests.
A variety of methods for helping students become better learners and problem solvers.
Evaluating components of an effective lesson.
Building a “success on success” model to increase student confidence, participation, and performance.
Understanding the connection between student-teacher relationships and student achievement.


Instructional leaders can increase student achievement by making specific suggestions, recommendations, and directions to classroom teachers if they know what to look for in classroom observations.

Teachers of Struggling
Students in Mathematics

Tucson, AZ
May 12, 2011
8 am - 3 pm
Clarion Hotel--Airport
6801 S. Tucson Blvd.
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