by Kerri Felder on 8/13/2013

Participants will take part in bridging concrete mathematical thinking to abstract mathematical application through the use of Thinking Maps. The use of Thinking Maps in the math classroom promotes a common mathematical language for meaningful learning to take place. The consistency and flexibility of Thinking Maps promotes student-centered and cooperative learning, concept development, reflective thinking, creativity, clarity of communication, and continuous cognitive development.

TRAINER:  Kristi Bosworth, Thinking Maps 

Kristi is a former middle school math teacher from Upson County. She has been a classroom teacher until this year when she joined Thinking Maps full time as a trainer. She has delivered many Thinking Maps math trainings over the past five years and is one of the only Thinking Maps trainers specialized in math.

LOCATION: Providence Elementary School (Temple, GA) 

Teachers will need to bring their Thinking Maps manuals to the training. 

Click Here to register for the Elementary Class
October 11th  8:00-11:30 
Click Here to register for the Middle School Class 
October 11th  12:00-3:30