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1, 2, 3 - Learn Math With Me!
4x per week
over 2 weeks
learners per class
per learner - per class
How does a "Multi-Day" course work?
Meets multiple times at scheduled times
Live video chats, recorded and monitored for safety and quality
Discussions via classroom forum and private messages with the teacher
Great for engaging projects and interacting with diverse classmates from other states and countries
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In this fourth of a series, 2 week, small-step, highly engaging and carefully sequenced series of lessons, students will learn counting (one-to-one correspondence and rote), regular addition and regular subtraction. This series uses a teacher-guided, award-winning, research-backed, mildly animated computer program that provides on-screen instruction. The combination of live and computer instruction forms the basis of each session. Each lesson introduces a few things that are new and weaves...
Students will continue to: *Perform rote counting *Count objects *Count from a number other than 1 to another number *Identify symbols: =, +, - *Write Symbols: =, +, - *Use counting to add two, 1-digit numbers *Recognize, match and complete basic patterns *Understand the meaning of more and less *Write lines for numerals *Write numerals for lines *Understand that equals means "the same as" *Use counting to subtract two, 1-digit numbers *Add 1 *Add 0 *Add 2 *Solve basic word problems
I began my teaching career at the preschool level and hold a permanent Nursery School Certificate. Because little ones are naturally inquisitive and energetic, they are uniquely enjoyable to teach. :) Having earned a Bachelor of Arts in Elementary Education, a Master of Science in Special Education as well as several teaching certificates in two states, I have taught in public and private schools and I continue to serve students of all ages, grades and skill levels; from those with severe autism to the gifted and talented, Pre-K through College.
Homework may consist of up to one worksheet for each lesson completed. Homework should take no more than 10 minutes each.
1 file available upon enrollmentStudents should have something to write with (preferably a pencil) to complete the worksheet section of each lesson. Worksheets are provided by the instructor at no additional cost. Please print and compile these sheets before the first online lesson. Please see file below welcome message.
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
Several informal assessments are performed during each lesson via group and individual responses. Provided worksheets provide formal assessment.
1 hour 40 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 0 - 1 hours per week outside of class.
PLEASE READ - An important note about the realities of the online classroom and my particular teaching methods: My classes have a distinct interactive component. Students are required to respond either by voice or movement a great deal during every session. Every response called for is actually an assessment; and allows me to see whether concepts have been grasped or if re-teaching or additional practice is necessary before moving on. The nature of our wonderful online space sometimes makes this assessing quite the challenge. Much like a cell phone, ambient background noise is amplified in the online classroom. Talking, babies crying, dogs barking etc. become difficult hurdles to overcome. Additionally, we at Outschool serve students world-wide. Therefore, our audience is often on different web speeds over vastly different distances, where lag time and echoes can also hinder instruction. Because of all of the above, please know that I may find it necessary to mute students' microphones. Also know that if I must do so, it is only in attempt to hear (and see) all responses. It is not the CHILD that is being muted, but the ambient noise, echo or lag - and never as a penalty. All that said, in order to assure the best instruction for everyone, as well as allow me to assess the work of your children, please have them work in the quietest space available. Thank you for your understanding :)
Accelerated Remediation Specialist in Reading, Writing and Math
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
188 total reviews
424 completed classes
WELCOME LEARNERS AND PARENTS! If you or your student is struggling with below level skills, I can help! I am an accelerated reading. writing and mathematics specialist holding multiple teaching certificates in two states, who was a homeschooling...