Teacher and Pupil

High Impact Strategies in Your Math Classroom

September 26, 2022



September 26, 2022

Recorded Access Until December 31, 2022

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6:00 - 7:15 pm Central Time

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Sessions Occur on Zoom





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Today’s classrooms require educators to teach universal concepts to a
community of learners with diverse abilities. The use of instructional strategies backed by
research and evidence is fundamental to increasing student achievement in all learners. In this session, we will explore strategies that are proven to have the greatest impact on student
learning and learn ways in which we can leverage the use of these strategies in our math

Target Audience: K-12 Educators, Instructional Coaches, Administrators


Amanda Ironside has 20 years of experience in public education in which she has enjoyed working as an elementary teacher, math interventionist, gifted & talented teacher and instructional coach. Currently, she is the Gifted & Talented Coordinator for the Menasha Joint School District located in Wisconsin. Amanda is an instructional leader, focusing on curriculum development and enhancing educational pedagogy in order to meet the diverse needs of all students.


Amanda has extensive experience coaching and collaborating with teachers and students so that their unique academic and instructional needs are met through extensions and support when appropriate. Through coaching and collaborating, she shares research-based strategies and aids in developing instructional plans based on best practice. She is an innovator in her district, providing professional development in multiple disciplines and at all grade levels.

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Amanda Ironside