How to Successfully Transition to the Common Core for Math

Transitioning to the Common Core Standards requires teachers to use new methods that emphasize a conceptual understanding of Math.  In this month’s Blended Learning webinar, presenter John SanGiovanni discussed best practices for implementing these methods.  John shared a case study from Howard County Schools where administrators created an implementation plan that included a feedback and support system, as well as a portal of online tools for educators and administrators.  Watch the webinar to find out more.

Quotes from the Session:

“The parents also seem happy with it too.  I am having them use it over the summer as a way to stay on top of their skills.  I can see who is logging in and who is not, and how they perform on each skill. “

“Thanks so much for your generous sharing and expertise!”

“This was great! Thanks for all the resources shared!”


Click to view the webinar “How to Successfully Transition to the Common Core for Math.”

Sponsored by DreamBox Learning.

Presented by John SanGiovanni, Instructional Facilitator, Elementary Mathematics, Howard County (Md.) Public School System

John SanGiovanni is a mathematics supervisor for the Howard County Public School System in Maryland. He is an adjunct instructor and frequent speaker at both regional and national conferences.

To take the CE Quiz and access the resources for this session, visit the professional learning community: Blended Learning: Extending Classes Online

The Blended Learning Community is a professional learning community that helps educators learn how to use online learning tools to best create a hybrid learning environment that promotes personalized learning for students to improve learning outcomes.

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