The First 20 Days of Math

Relationships & Routines in the Mathematics Class

August 3, 2022 9AM to 12PM Online Central Time Zone

Start the Year Off Strong!

Start the school year off strong by setting up engaging routines and practices in your Math classroom! You will leave this strategy-packed session with ideas for building relationships, routines, and much more! See first hand classroom setups, schedules, and ideas for developing a growth mindset with your new students. Gain resources for establishing math stations in your first few weeks of school. We will explore computation games, problem solving, and writing in math. Get your questions answered and make a plan for helping your students become independent learners. Register yourself or team today!

Who Should Attend?

Educators in grades 1st through 8th, Title Reading & Writing Staff, Special Education Staff, Administrators, Instructional Coaches, Support Staff, Any Staff Member Who Works With Students in the Area of Reading Language Arts.

Benefits of Attending

1. Learn ways to structure the math block to include time for spiraling math procedural knowledge and flexibility!

2. Gain ideas for building strong, lasting relationships with your students from day one with activities that instill a growth-mindset.

3. Examine schedules and setups for whole group, small group, and math stations.

4. Walk away with resources for establishing goal setting and progress monitoring for students in the first 20 days!

5. Learn how to effectively plan and teach critical thinking skills that help students build their conceptual and procedural knowledge.

6. Discuss ideas for developing fluency in math facts.

7. Focus on numeracy routines and creating student autonomy in the classroom.

8. Discuss best practices for assessment and data review for the beginning of the year.

9. Get your questions answered about how to setup your classroom and lesson planning!

10. Empower your students in the first 20 days to set & monitor their own learning goals.

And Much More!!!

Registration Information

August 3, 2022



$99 per participant

3 Hours of Professional Development Credit Will Be Earned

PLEASE SUBMIT YOUR REGISTRATION AS SOON AS POSSIBLE, EVEN IF IT IS AHEAD OF YOUR PAYMENT. This will let us know to reserve you a seat for the training in the event we have a sold out event.

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Meet The Presenter!

Kelly Harmon is a national presenter & author who has more than 31 years of experience working with at-risk students. She presents on a wide range of topics including strategies for at-risk learners, guided reading and math Instruction, RTI, technology integration, reading, writing, and instructional strategies highly effective teachers use to increase student achievement. Mrs. Harmon works as an instructional coach for schools and districts across the United States. In addition to consulting, she also works with the Bureau of Education and Research.


"Great ideas and resources that I can use right away in my classroom."

Jeremiah, 5th grade Teacher.

"What a phenomenal, action-packed presentation! I have so much to take home with me." Michelle, Reading Specialist

"I have so many wonderful ideas to take back to my co-workers and students. I am excited and refreshed!"

Kristy, Title Teacher

Bring This Training to Your Campus or District!

We provide onsite and online seminars for schools and districts. Our trainings can be customized to meet the specific needs of your students and staff. Contact our us for more information on our trainings and rates! 210-218-1723

Kelly Harmon's Book!

Kelly Harmon & Robert Marzano teamed up to write Practicing Skills, Strategies, & Processes. The book is part of the Essentials for Achieving Rigor Series.

Practicing Skills, Strategies, & Processes: Classroom Techniques to Help Students Develop Proficiency explores explicit techniques for mastering this crucial strategy of instructional practice. It includes:

  • Explicit steps for implementation
  • Recommendations for monitoring students’ ability to develop fluent thinking
  • Adaptations for students who struggle, have special needs, or excel in learning
  • Examples and non-examples from classroom practice
  • Common mistakes and ways to avoid them

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