INTEGRATING LITERACY AND MATH IN
THE EARLY CHILDHOOD CLASSROOM
(Grades PRESCHOOL, PRE-K, & K)
PRESENTED BY KATERI THUNDER & ALISHA DEMCHAK
THURSDAY, MARCH 10, 2016
9:00 A.M. - 3:30 P.M.
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How can math and literacy be taught together in the early childhood classroom? In this workshop, we will answer this question by exploring the many ways literacy can be a context for mathematical problem solving. We will examine and experience ways to teach number sense, patterns, mathematical vocabulary, representations, and problem solving through reading, writing, oral language, phonics and phonemic awareness, and a print-rich environment. Participants will engage in and reflect on developmentally appropriate, integrated activities that can be used with PreSchool, PreKindergarten, and Kindergarten students to learn both literacy and math skills and concepts. Through purposeful play, read alouds, songs, games, writing, and drawing, participants will analyze opportunities to maximize instructional time using the essential components of early literacy and math instruction. Participants will leave with activities for whole group, small group, and centers that they can use immediately.
Kateri Thunder is an Assistant Professor of Early Childhood and Elementary Mathematics Education at James Madison University. Previously, Kateri taught second grade and was a math specialist at a PreK-4 elementary school, as well as serving as the UVA Site Director of the Central Virginia Writing Project.
Alisha Demchak is currently working as an Instructional Coach at Burnley-Moran Elementary School in Charlottesville. She was recently the Reading Specialist at Clark Elementary School in Charlottesville, and has served as an early childhood reading and mathematics specialist as well as an elementary classroom teacher of single and multi-age classrooms.
$129 for VSUP Members
$169 for Non-Members
Fee includes parking, breakfast, and lunch
Pre-Payment Is Not Required
Notification of cancellation must be sent by email to Liza Scallet, the VSUP Conference Coordinator, at least FIVE DAYS before the event is held . . . or you will be billed in full.
Friday, February 12, 2016
9:00 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.
Registration & Breakfast begin at 8:00 a.m.
All registered participants will receive an email
with event details in the week prior to the conference
THE HOLIDAY INN
1901 Emmet Street
Charlottesville, VA 22901
$109 plus tax (Single or Double)
Call Hotel directly and ask for the “UVA room rate”
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