Illinois Association for Gifted Children

Differentiating Math Instruction: Using Math Conversations to Increase Rigor for Advanced Learners

  • 03/22/2022
  • 7:00 PM - 8:00 PM
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Differentiating Math Instruction: Using Math Conversations to Increase Rigor for Advanced Learners

Are you looking for strategies to differentiate for advanced learners through mathematics discussion? Join this session to explore four impactful strategies to increase rigor by engaging students in math conversations. Session will include strategies to support EL learners in the classroom.

Participants should bring 2-3 upcoming lessons they plan to teach in their classrooms so that they will have the opportunity to implement each of the strategies shared during the session.

Facilitated by Denise Kuchta

Denise Kuchta  is the Coordinator for Gifted, as well as the Mathematics Instructional Coach at Queen Bee School District 16, where she re-established the gifted program in 2015-2016. Throughout her career, she has worked closely with students in grades 3-8, specializing in mathematics, gifted education and acceleration for math and English/Language Arts, and special education and interventions.

Denise has a bachelor’s degree in Elementary Education with endorsements in Mathematics, History, Language arts, and Middle school Teaching from Western Illinois University. She has a Master’s Degree in Administrative Leadership (Type 75) and an endorsement in Gifted Education from Aurora University.







Contact Us:

Illinois Association for Gifted Children

1500 Sullivan Road
Aurora, IL 60506

Ph: 630-907-5047
Fax: 630-907-5976

Email us at:

Director@iagcgifted.org


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