Catching Number Sense Through Math Games – Session Two of the I <3 Foundational Mathematics Series
Date: Saturday, February 10, 2018
Course #: w955
Time: 9 a.m. - 12 p.m.
Location: Erikson Institute
Credit Available: CEUs; Social Work CEUs; ISBE Clock Hours
“Number sense cannot be taught, it must be caught.” Research tells us that games are a great tool to help children in PK-2 classes develop strong number sense. In this 3-hour, active workshop we’ll explore Big Ideas about Number including the variety of ways numbers are used and what it means to “know” a number. Participants will also experience how math games increase access, motivation, and learning as we play a variety together and discuss variations to fit our children’s learning needs. Pk-2 educators of all experience levels are welcome!
Part of the I <3 Foundational Mathematics Series
Instructors:Jill Sapoznick, M.A.Ed.
Sapoznick completed a master's degree in education from Pepperdine University. She has taught in a variety of classrooms In Illinois, and has endorsements in Spanish, ESL, and Bilingual Education.Lauren Solarski, M.S.
Lauren Solarski currently serves as a Coach, Professional Development Facilitator, and Research Assistant for the Early Math Collaborative, while also teaching courses in Erikson Institute’s Child Development and Teacher Education programs.