UWA’s bby Publications to host Math Jubilee June 17

LIVINGSTON — The University of West Alabama’s bby Publications will host the second annual Math Jubilee June 17 for math educators. The schedule features a full day of sessions focused on using visual models to make math a fun and interactive experience for students and educators alike.

Professional development credit is available for educators who participate in the sessions, which are led by bby consultants from across the U.S. Teaching materials are included in the cost of registration.

The presenters, who have put bby Publications materials to use in their own classrooms for decades, offer educators best practices on improving instruction and enhancing their students’ math skills. The dynamic team has a national reputation for raising math test scores through a variety of training techniques.

Sessions are designed to provide meaningful professional development opportunities for teachers and instructional leaders that improve their content knowledge, teaching practices, and leadership strategies.

The schedule features a full day of sessions focusing on topics like developing number sense using visual models; proving and solving base ten operations with models; using visual models for fluency and problem solving; multiplication and division with bby’s Fact Bait; place and value techniques; fraction operations with bby’s Fraction Bait; and a session for enhancing schools through instructional coaching.

bby Publications’ mission is to make learning math an interactive experience for both children and teachers by using visual models. bby Publications can design a plan for schools through whole staff professional development, individual teacher consultations, model teaching, and more.

For more information on the Math Jubilee, visit www.bbypublications.com or call 205-652-5406. Seating is limited, so early registration is encouraged.

For details on materials provided or professional development credit available, contact Chasity Taylor at 205-652-5495 or email at ctaylor@uwa.edu.