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Dr. Tim McNamara: Building the Instructional Tool Box in Math

December 13, 2013

Building the Instructional Tool Box in Math:

Dr. Tim says...

"The more students who can be actively involved the more the students get out of the time in class…Engagement lends itself to discovery…"

"When students discover they retain…students tend to hold those ideas longer…"

"Less memorizing equals more thinking..."

"Teachers should become students of mathematics…that way that they look at math problems in more than one way. They always should be learning about the ways students learn."

Tim helps teachers learn how to make math engaging! He introduces teachers to hands on activities that make students think! His classes are amazing! Teachers enjoy the opportunity to learn with him. He is a master teacher who makes teachers say, "I can do this."

I think that you will really enjoy listening to Tim. Check him out on-line at the following links:





 "Dr. Tim" is a private, in-demand, and highly-respected improvement specialist in K-12 math for educators and school districts nationwide. His 30-year career as a classroom teacher, curriculum supervisor, and assistant professor included teaching at two upstate New York schools that were both recognized by Newsweek magazine as a Top-100 American High School- one in Rochester and one in his hometown of Buffalo. He currently contributes to a variety of ongoing projects- including developing assessments for the New York State Education Department, producing webinars for the Ed Leaders Network of state administrators associations across the Midwest, and helping lead the coaching efforts of the CESA 6 Math Center with participating school districts in southeast Wisconsin.

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