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### Club en curso: ¡Diversión matemática de cuarto grado!

En esta clase de matemáticas de cuarto grado en curso, nos reuniremos una vez a la semana para aprender un nuevo concepto matemático, practicar y jugar un juego de matemáticas juntos. #académico
###### Effective Effort with Elizabeth Sheridan
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#### Qué está incluido

###### 1 reunión en vivo
40 minutos horas de clase por semana
###### Tarea
1 hora por semana. Students will be given materials then can print and use at home for additional practice with the weekly math concept.

#### Experiencia de clase

###### Grado de EE. UU. 4
```Each week in this class we will learn a new fourth grade math concept.  Then we will complete a printable math worksheet together, and finally play a game to practice the skill.  This class will go through and teach many of the Fourth Grade standards.  There will be lots of fun printables to practice with after class!

Mondays at 6:45 pm EDT
Aug 5 - Week 13: Find Perimeter and Area
Aug 12 - Week 14: Equivalent Fractions
Aug 19 - NO CLASS (Meet the Teacher at my school)
August 26 - Week 15: Compare Fractions
Sept 2 - NO CLASS (LABOR DAY WEEKEND)
Sept 9 - Week 16: Add Fractions (like denominators)
Sept 16 - Week 17: Subtract Fractions (like denominators)
Sept 23 - Week 18: Add and Subtract Fractions (like denominators)
Sept 30 - Week 19: Add and Subtract Fractions in Line Plots
- Week 20: Multiply Fractions by whole numbers
- Week 21: Fractions as tenths and hundredths
- Week 22: Relate Decimals and Fractions
- Week 23: Compare Decimals
- Week 24: Time
- Week 25: Money
Week 26: Points, Lines, Rays, Angles
Week 27: Classify Angles
Week 28: Classify 2-dimensional figures
Week 29: Classify Triangles

Sundays at 3:30 pm EDT
Aug 4 - Week 3: Round Whole Numbers
Aug 11 - Week 4: Add Whole Numbers
Aug 18 - Week 5: Subtract Whole Numbers
Aug 25 - Week 6: Multiples and Factors
Sept 1 - NO CLASS
Sept 8 - Week 7: Number and Shape Patterns
Sept 15 - Week 8: Multiply by One-Digit
Sept 22 - Week 9: Multiply by 2-digit numbers (partial products)
Sept 29 - Week 10: Multiply by 2-digit numbers (standard algorithm)
- Week 11: Divide 3-digit numbers (partial quotients)
- Week 12: Divide 4-digit numbers (partial quotients)
- Week 13: Find Perimeter and Area
- Week 14: Equivalent Fractions
- Week 15: Compare Fractions
- Week 16: Add Fractions (like denominators)
- Week 17: Subtract Fractions (like denominators)
- Week 18: Add and Subtract Fractions (like denominators)
- Week 19: Add and Subtract Fractions in Line Plots
- Week 20: Multiply Fractions by whole numbers
- Week 21: Fractions as tenths and hundredths
- Week 22: Relate Decimals and Fractions
- Week 23: Compare Decimals
- Week 24: Time
- Week 25: Money
Week 26: Points, Lines, Rays, Angles
Week 27: Classify Angles
Week 28: Classify 2-dimensional figures
Week 29: Classify Triangles

NEW SECTION STARTING Sunday 10:45 am EDT
Sept 8 - Week 1: Understand Place Value
Sept 15 - Week 2: Compare Whole Numbers
Sept 22 - Week 3: Round Whole Numbers
Sept 29 - Week 4: Add Whole Numbers
Oct 6 - Week 5: Subtract Whole Numbers
- Week 6: Multiples and Factors
- Week 7: Number and Shape Patterns
- Week 8: Multiply by One-Digit
- Week 9: Multiply by 2-digit numbers (partial products)
- Week 10: Multiply by 2-digit numbers (standard algorithm)
- Week 11: Divide 3-digit numbers (partial quotients)
- Week 12: Divide 4-digit numbers (partial quotients)
- Week 13: Find Perimeter and Area
- Week 14: Equivalent Fractions
- Week 15: Compare Fractions
- Week 16: Add Fractions (like denominators)
- Week 17: Subtract Fractions (like denominators)
- Week 18: Add and Subtract Fractions (like denominators)
- Week 19: Add and Subtract Fractions in Line Plots
- Week 20: Multiply Fractions by whole numbers
- Week 21: Fractions as tenths and hundredths
- Week 22: Relate Decimals and Fractions
- Week 23: Compare Decimals
- Week 24: Time
- Week 25: Money
Week 26: Points, Lines, Rays, Angles
Week 27: Classify Angles
Week 28: Classify 2-dimensional figures
Week 29: Classify Triangles

Parents should be nearby to help with any technology issues but do not necessarily need to sit with their child.  As always, parents are welcome to sit off camera with their learner if they wish or their child needs additional support.

Students who attend this class should either be currently enrolled in 4th grade OR currently in 3rd Grade and be successful with 3rd grade curriculum and are ready for more complex math.  This class is also appropriate for students who have completed 4th grade math already but are struggling with math concepts.```
##### Metas de aprendizaje
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#### Otros detalles

This class includes explicit and systematic instruction which is recommended for students with learning needs. I am a licensed special education teacher with experience teaching students with ADHD, ASD, and many other learning needs.
###### Lista de útiles escolares
```Printable math worksheet (supplied)
Pencil
Crayons
Paper or whiteboard
Occasionally we will use scissors which will need appropriate parental supervision```
###### Recursos externos
Los estudiantes no necesitarán utilizar ninguna aplicación o sitio web más allá de las herramientas estándar de Outschool.
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##### Experiencia y certificaciones del docente
###### Maestría en Educación desde Ohio Dominican University
```.css-1i9i5hl{margin:0;font-family:Ginto Normal,sans-serif;font-size:1.6rem;line-height:1.5;font-weight:400;letter-spacing:0;font-size:1.6rem;font-weight:400;line-height:2.4rem;}Hello!  Thank you for stopping by my page.  I am Teacher Elizabeth.  I am a licensed K-12 Special Education Teacher with a Master's Degree in Curriculum and Instruction.  I have worked in a large urban school district for over 25 years.  Most of that time was spent in a fifth grade classroom.  But after working with young children on Outschool I decided to move to K-2 special education. I love making learning accessible for all students.  I take pride in finding a way to connect with and educate even the most reluctant learners.  I have taught students who are significantly below grade level to advanced over the years.  My academic approach is to informally evaluate my students' strengths and weaknesses. I then meet my students where they are academically and build on those strengths.  I have had training using multiple different instructional programs.  I do not use any one method in my instruction, but blend together what works best for that individual student.

In addition to my classroom experience, I spent two years teaching students English as a Foreign Language online and am in my fourth year on Outschool!  I love having the opportunity to connect with families on the other side of the world.  I look forward to getting to know even more families through Outschool.

My Outschool focus is teaching beginning reading including sightwords, phonics, and fluency for both young students and older learners who need remediation.  I also have a series of math classes that are based on grade level skills. These classes can be used to reinforce/reteach concepts or act as a front line instruction for a student just being introduced to the topic.

As a mother of four, I value the balance of education and family.  I strive to make learning at home fun and enriching so academic time is something your learner will look forward to!  I also want to make sure each and every child experiences success in the classroom.

I am no stranger to learning on the go!  A few years ago, my husband and I loaded our kids up in an RV and spent our summer driving across the county visiting national parks along the way. This was a wonderful and enriching trip for all of us.

I look forward to bringing the best out of your child. I hope to see you in the classroom!```

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