Webinar On-Demand: Singapore Math® Fact FluencyApril 14, 2016
Achieving Fact Fluency requires more than just rote memorization. Join us in this webinar to explore a strategies-driven approach to help students achieve Fact Fluency. Based on the philosophy that number sense leads to Fact Fluency, participants will:
- Hear directly from the authors of “Singapore Math® Fact Fluency“, Susan Resnick & Genevieve Collura
- Develop a definition of Fact Fluency
- Experience in detail the 3 stages of Fact Fluency and apply strategies to develop them
- Practice maintaining higher order thinking and building Fact Fluency simultaneously
- ENJOY FREE ACCESS to a download of 2 chapters of the “Singapore Math® Fact Fluency” book
There is an important role that conceptual understanding and competency in solving basic facts play in securing Fact Fluency. This 1 and 1/2 hour information-packed webinar offers strategies that are more suitable and more effective methods than traditional math drills. The entire webinar will be recorded.
REGISTRATION FEE: $189
Presenters: Susan Resnick and Genevieve Collura
Susan Resnick, a career educator, has worked as an elementary, middle-school, and high-school math teacher, as well as a school principal and district math coordinator. Currently, Susan works in schools across the country and around the globe, teaching Singapore Math® strategies to students, teachers, coaches, and administrators.
As an elementary teacher for nine years, Genevieve Collura now works as a school-based instructional coach. Genevieve also trains teachers and administrators in K-8 classrooms and institutes across the U.S., facilitating the implementation of the successful Singaporean instructional approach at the core of the Math in Focus curriculum.
Hoover Herrera has background in public and private sectors, and worked with Newark Public Schools, as a teacher, math tutor and coach, master teacher and coordinator. He currently delivers PD as a Singapore Math® trainer in English and Spanish by providing strategies around the Singaporean teaching philosophy and pedagogy.