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August 5, 2021 Dive into Envision Mathematics (6th-8th grade) is a Course

August 5, 2021 Dive into Envision Mathematics (6th-8th grade)

Ended Aug 7, 2021

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Course Description

  • 6th -8th Grade Teachers
  • You’ve learned the basics of enVision Mathematics, so now it’s time to dive deeper into the instructional features that will make the program most successful for you and your students.
  • As you navigate through the print and digital program features, you will dive into topics and lessons so you can integrate the instructional support embedded in the program; learn how to use resources that will take your students to the next level of learning; and explore ways to enhance instruction and engage students.
  • You will walk away from this session equipped with a deeper understanding of the program and its resources; tools such as a teacher self check and digital paths; and personal reflections to ensure long-term implementation success.
  • Lead Learners (Facilitators): Nate Burgard | Erica Mason
  • Credit(s) and Type: 2 Hours Relicensure


Target Audience

  • 6-8 Grade Certified
  • 6-8 Grade Classified
  • Open to Substitute Teachers =  Not at this time
  • Open to Student Teachers = Not at this time
  • Open to Charter School Staff = Yes
    • 6-8 Grade Charter Certified and 6-8 Grade Classified


Date, Time & Location

  • Date: August 5, 2021
  • Time: 1:00 - 3:00 pm
  • Zoom Meet link: Coming soon!


Course Outcomes

Here are the outcomes for the course:

  • I will be able to enhance my instruction and my students’ learning using enVision Mathematics print and digital components in topics and lessons.
  • I will be able to plan and teach enVision Mathematics topics and lessons effectively using the implementation tools and embedded instructional support.
  • I will be able to engage students using digital resources to address problem-based learning, visual instruction, differentiation, and student choice.