**Hyderabad Workshop**Grades 1-6 Math : May 27th - 30th, 2019

**Opening Evening Lecture :**May 27th, 4.30-6.00 PM (Open to all)

*“The Higher Purpose of Teaching Mathematics”***Day#1 (**May 28th)

1. Lecture:

*Workshop Expectations and The Essence of “Doing Math”*

2. Math Curriculum Topic:

*Wonder of Number*(fifth grade)

3. Lecture:

*Core Principles for Teaching Math*

4. Problem Solving

-- Homework Time and Lunch (2 hours) --

5. Math Curriculum Topic:

*Teaching Fractions*(fourth grade)

6. Mental Math (second/third grade) & Math Games

7. Geometry Activity:

*Limaçon*(sixth grade)

**Day#2 (**May 29th)

8. Lecture:

*Outline of Grades 1-6 Math*

9. Lecture:

*Getting a proper start with First Grade Math*

10. Math Curriculum Topic:

*Learning the Arithmetic Facts*(second and third grade)

11. Problem Solving

-- Homework Time and Lunch (2 hours) --

12. Math Puzzles

13. Mental Math (sixth grade) & Math Games

14. Geometry Activity:

*Tilted Pyramids*

**Day#3 (**May 30th)

15. Lecture:

*The Essence of Waldorf Education*

16. Lecture:

*The Art of Teaching Mathematics & Keys to Success*

17. Questions & Answers

18. Problem Solving

-- Homework Time and Lunch (2 hours) --

19. Mental Math (sixth grade) & Math Games

20. Math Curriculum Topic:

*Introducing Long Division*(fourth grade)

21. Wrap-up

__Important Notes__:

· The above topics form a rough outline of the topics for this workshop. The topics will change as needed as the workshop progresses.

· These

*Re-Imagining Mathematics Workshops*are

__not__intended to cover all the topics that a teacher may need for any particular grade. Teachers who need this should consider

*Making Math Meaningful*books and

*Grade-Specific Online Workshops*– all of which can be found at our website, www.JamieYorkPress.com.

· The central purpose of this workshop is to allow the adult participants to

*re-imagine*what mathematics is, which then influences what can be brought into the classroom for any grade. Therefore, some of the topics are intended specifically for adults and may not be suitable for children/students. In other words, be prepared to do real math! It could change your life!

**Mumbai Workshop**Grades 7-10 Math : June 3-6, 2019

**Opening Evening Lecture**: June 3, 4.30 -6.00 PM (Open to all)

*“Are Waldorf Students Prepared for University?”***Day#1**(June 4)

1. Lecture:

*Workshop Expectations and the Myths of Math*

2. Math Curriculum Topic:

*The Two Centers of a Triangle in Movement (grade 10)*

3. Lecture:

*Core Principles for Teaching Math*

4. Problem Solving

-- Homework Time and Lunch (2 hours) --

5. Math Curriculum Topic:

*Ratios and Building up to*

*p*

*(grade 7)*

6. Lecture:

*An Overview of Waldorf Geometry*

7. Geometry Activity:

*The Pythagorean Theorem*(grade 7 – 10)

*.*

**Day#2**(June 5)

8. Lecture:

*More than just I-We-You – Developing Mathematical Thinking*

9. Math Curriculum Topic:

*Percents*(grade 8),

*and Exponents, Roots and*(grade 9)

10. Math Curriculum Topic:

*Number Bases and an Intro to Computers*(grade 8)

11. Problem Solving

-- Homework Time and Lunch (2 hours) --

12. Lecture:

*The Essence of Waldorf Mathematics*

13. Math Curriculum Topic:

*Intro to Trigonometry*(grade 10)

14. Geometry Activity:

*Loci and the Conic Sections*(grade 8)

**Day#3**(June 6)

15. Lecture:

*Experiencing the Evolution of Consciousness through Mathematics*

16. Math Curriculum Topic:

*al-Khwarizmi’s derivation of the Quadratic Formula*

17. Questions & Answers

18. Problem Solving

-- Homework Time and Lunch (2 hours) --

19. Group Discussion:

*How can we best prepare our students for state exams and “life after Waldorf” and still remain true to the Ideal Waldorf Curriculum?*

20. Geometry Activity:

*Descriptive Geometry*(grade 9)

21. Wrap-up

__Important Notes__:

· The above topics form a rough outline of the topics for this workshop. The topics will change as needed as the workshop progresses.

· These

*Re-Imagining Mathematics Workshops*are

__not__intended to cover all the topics that a teacher may need for any particular grade. Teachers who need this should consider

*Making Math Meaningful*books and

*Grade-Specific Online Workshops*– all of which can be found at our website, www.JamieYorkPress.com.

· The central purpose of this workshop is to allow the adult participants to

*re-imagine*what mathematics is, which then influences what can be brought into the classroom for any grade. Therefore, some of the topics are intended specifically for adults and may not be suitable for children/students. In other words, be prepared to do real math! It could change your life!