Managing a differentiated classroom is a complex task, but it doesn’t have to be difficult! Join Kim Frasher, Math Gifted Specialist at Gahanna-Jefferson Public Schools, and explore a variety of techniques to engage students in mathematical tasks that are appropriate for their independent level of readiness.
In this 2-hour course you will discover:
- Techniques to help you manage the complexities of a differentiated classroom
- How to create differentiated math experiences for students
- The importance of students’ physical environment, classroom procedures, and classroom routines
Click here for a leader’s guide created by the Ohio Association for the Gifted and Talented.
Kim Frasher is currently a Math Gifted Specialist at Gahanna-Jefferson Public Schools, serves on the Ohio Gifted Advisory Council, and is a member of Gifted Coordinators of Central Ohio. She has been an educator for 28 years. As a gifted specialist for the last 16 years, Kim has been devoted to working with the gifted math students, their families, and the teachers who serve them. She believes that gifted students have the right to be placed in an educational setting that is most appropriate for their abilities and passions. Finding the optimal challenge for students fosters a love of learning that can propel students to open doors and reach unimaginable heights. Kim holds a B.A. in elementary education with a reading endorsement and a gifted endorsement and an M.S. in curriculum and instruction.