Presented by Dr. Jan Bryan, Vice President and National Education Officer, Renaissance; Dr. Katie McClarty, Vice President of Research and Design, Renaissance; and Dr. Gene Kerns, Vice President and Chief Academic Officer, Renaissance
Join this edWebinar to sharpen your focus on these essential skills, explore the progression of learning spanning from kindergarten to high school, and learn how math skills developed in the early years prepare students for Algebra 1.
Join this edWebinar to learn how we can inspire our students to see mathematicians as role models and as a potential future career option.
Current employment trends and future projections all point towards continued growth in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) jobs, as well as the need for STEM-related skills in other fields. Yet, recent math proficiency levels among American students remain low, at just 44% in fourth grade and 33% at the eighth-grade level, and the math score trend lines are not showing significant improvement.
In this edWebinar, we’ll discuss resources that help promote mathematical thinking, ideas for implementing strategic classroom changes, and activities to ensure a powerful transformation.
This edWebinar will dive into evidence-based strategies that support students as they progress in understanding math concepts.
In this edWebinar, Steven Erwin, National Early Childhood Specialist for Kaplan Early Learning Company, shares recent research on math, language and executive functioning and the impact on cognition and school readiness.
In this webinar, Early Childhood Music Specialist Ellen Acuna will explore ways teachers can use music, movement, and rhythmic chants to naturally support young children’s emerging math skills in ways that are enjoyable for both children and adults.