I am going to share my teaching strategies at the Goodwill Easter seals of the Gulf Coast’s main office in Mobile, AL. I expect several teachers and some the students from the area to attend. The demonstration on is Thursday, July 12th from 12:00-2:00. See you there!

I was notified by Dr. Drew Polly, NCCTM, that my proposal to present was accepted at the 2018 North Carolina Council of Teachers of Mathematics Conference on November 1-2 in Greensboro, NC! My session will begin promptly at 8:30 on November 1st

See you at the NCCTM Conference!

I was looking on the Internet, and I found a demonstration video that the Oklahoma ABLE Tech Assistive Technology Center had done with the manipulatives they had purchased about 2 1/2 years ago. In March 2018, the North Carolina Assistive Technology Program also did a demonstration video to share my teaching strategies with the NC teachers that they support.

I have scheduled a demonstration on July 23rd at 1:00 with Marie Underwood, Director of Shared Services, at Northeast Georgia RESA. I am looking forward to meeting and sharing my instructional strategies with her. If you are interested in attending my demonstration, feel free to contact Ms. Underwood at Northeast Georgia RESA.

I have been invited by Elizabeth Bourne’ in Thornridge High School District near Chicago, IL to do a demonstration on June 13th at 1:30- 3:00. It has been about one year since I have done a demonstration in Illinois. I am looking forward to the opportunity!

On my way to the 2018 IDEAS Conference, I stopped by the Heart of Georgia RESA in Dublin, GA. I met with Connie Howell, School Improvement Specialist. After she saw some of my teaching strategies, she suggested that I provide additional information and possibly schedule a 1/2 day workshop. Please follow “Latest News” for updated information regarding date and time!

I was not sure what to expect from doing my third demonstration at the third Institute Designed for the Educating All Students Conference on St. Simons Island, GA. I had a very enthusiastic group, and they were definitely attending the conference for the right reasons- to gain information to help their students!

I enjoyed meeting educators and specialists at the South Carolina Assistive Technology Program. Tammy Wallace, Project Coordinator, did a great job organizing my demonstration. Thanks for your help!

Before my session at the 2018 International Learning Disabilities Conference in Atlanta on February 23rd, I met an educator, Elizabeth Bourne, from Illinois during breakfast. We began to talk about the conference, and I mentioned to her that I was going to do a session that afternoon about my number line to 10,000,000 and other math manipulatives. She became very interested in my new math strategies.

Ms. Bourne and I discussed the opportunity for me to do a morning and afternoon session in her school district during the third week in June. Please follow “Latest News’ for updated information!

I would like to thank Jill Ischinger, Director of the South Carolina Instructional Resource Center, for sharing my training at the South Carolina Assistive Technology Program on May 31st at 9:30 with her state-wide colleagues on the SC’s list serve. With her help, I am excited to meet her colleagues and share my teaching strategies!