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8:30 a.m. – 10:00 a.m.

19. Money, Money, and More Money!

(Pre-K–2) Workshop SCSC

Come join in the fun and play with money! Participate in hands-on activities that will assist children with recognizing coins, learning the values of coins, counting like and unlike groups of coins, exchanging coins, and much more.

Catherine Simms Stephenson

Culpeper County Public Schools, Culpeper, Virginia

Pamela M. Riddle

Culpeper County Public Schools, Culpeper, Virginia

Grand Ballroom Salon A/B (Marriott) Capacity: 70

24. The Evolution of the Mathematics Coach or Specialist

(Pre-K–5, Teachers of Teachers) Workshop SCSC

How does the role of the mathematics specialist evolve from that of classroom teacher to resource provider to serve eventually as a coach to colleagues? Hear the lessons we have learned and the strategies we have used to work effectively with teachers at every level. How does that collaboration translate into improved instruction and students’ increased achievement?

Debbie Delozier

Stafford County Public Schools, Stafford, Virginia

Becky Parker

Stafford County Public Schools, Stafford, Virginia

Susan Sydla

Stafford County Public Schools, Stafford, Virginia

Grand Ballroom Salon G/H (Marriott) Capacity: 70

29. Math and Reading: The Odd Couple

(3–5) Workshop SCSC

This interactive workshop demonstrates how to combine reading strategies and hands-on activities to build math literacy. Research-based instructional strategies provide the framework and hands-on activities develop the foundation to integrate math and reading.

Sharon E. Huber

Chesapeake Public Schools, Chesapeake, Virginia

Carolyn B. Belson

Chesapeake Public Schools, Chesapeake, Virginia

B15 A (Richmond Convention Center) Capacity: 80

9:30 a.m. – 10:30 a.m.

44. Reflections of Two Site-Based Elementary School Math Specialists and Coaches

(Teachers of Teachers) Session SCC

Two elementary school, site-based math specialists will share their reflections on their experiences. As participants in a National Science Foundation research project, they will describe their roles and responsibilities including coaching, data analysis, parent training, professional development, and all the other things that make a typical week anything but typical.

Sandra S. Overcash

Virginia Beach City Public Schools, Virginia Beach, Virginia

Melissa Curtin Taylor

Virginia Beach City Public Schools, Virginia Beach, Virginia

E21 B (Richmond Convention Center) Capacity: 160

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