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Destination: Effective Math Instruction for ALL
Mathematically diverse classrooms necessitate effective instructional models that meet the needs of all students.
Through Guided Math teachers can:
• Implement a model that allows students to develop
   math skills at their instructional level
• Tailor instruction to meet the needs of all students
• Provide short lessons that build conceptual 
• Build student confidence as mathematicians
To participate in this FREE online book study, click HERE to register
The first 15 registrants will receive a copy of the book
News and Noteworthy
 November Is Family Involvement Month In Schools

Check out the following links for resources
(click on title for site or PDF file)

Virginia Family Special Education Connection
Guidance for Military Families with Students In Special Education
Parent and Family Tool Kit for Virginia Schools
Tips and Strategies for Increasing Parent and Family Involvement in Virginia Schools
Building a Bridge from
Reading to Math

While many teachers are familiar with Guided Reading, Guided Math is still a relatively new concept. Click here to read more about how teachers can use what they know about teaching reading to teach mathematics (PDF):


November 10 - 12, 2015
This online conference highlights evidence-based practices in AT, current trends, and practical AT strategies.  The first session (November 10th) features "101 AT Solutions You Can Make in Minutes", with Dr. Therese Willkomm.
Complete webinar descriptions and registration information is available on the conference website.

Click to view upcoming events:
T-TAC Old Dominion University  •  860 W 44th Street  •  Norfolk, VA 23508
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