GUIDED OR MISGUIDED? A DEEP DIVE INTO THE WORKSHOP MODEL FOR MATH

Free Webinar Hosted by EdWeek

What distinguishes the Guided Math Framework/Math Workshop Model from other instructional models? In this webinar, Jill Diniz, director of mathematics for Great Minds, the nonprofit that created Eureka Math/EngageNY Math, will look at research about the Guided Math Framework and whether the Eureka Math curriculum fits into it.

 

 

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About the presenters 

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Jill Diniz

Jill Diniz, Director of Mathematics at Great Minds

Jill directs the continued development of Great Minds’ Eureka Math curriculum and all its supporting products and services. Before joining Great Minds in 2012, Jill spent 10 years teaching in grades 6-12 and in junior college, in fields such as mathematics, AP statistics, and AP computer science. Jill spent time as Mathematics Department Chair and as a high school math teacher at Saint Edward’s School in Vero Beach, FL. Jill has also spent time developing software applications for the NASA Space Shuttle program. She earned her B.S. and her M.S. in Mathematics from West Texas A&M University.

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christine Hopkinson

Christine Hopkinson, Curriculum Developer

Christine joined the Eureka Math team as a curriculum developer following her Eureka PD Fellowship in the spring of 2016. She was an instructional coach in Greeley/Evans (CO) Public Schools, which has 25 schools and 21,000 students. She has been a coach and teacher for 25 years. The elementary schools in her district started dabbling in Eureka Math/EngageNY Math in 2014, with full implementation a year later in the 2015–2016 school year.