tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-5918956427406455530.post9177475343729502782..comments2023-02-19T03:22:18.242-05:00Comments on A First for Everything : Reflections on Math Workshop Modelafirstforeverythinghttp://www.blogger.com/profile/09280069338658153680noreply@blogger.comBlogger2125tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-5918956427406455530.post-45979603334256486892014-11-19T19:39:51.171-05:002014-11-19T19:39:51.171-05:00Hi Hollie, this is my first year using a math wor...Hi Hollie, this is my first year using a math workshop model so I'm not sure I can say with 100% accuracy. However, given that I have always finished the curriculum before school gets out and the final chapter is a review, I feel confident that I will finish it. Two of my colleagues who also teach first grade and are not using a workshop model and I are on the same lesson. I teach one lesson over the course of 2 days, 15 minutes per lesson. If you have a SMARTboard I highly recommend Jen Larsen's Everymath lessons. They are the exact lessons as in the teacher manual but interactive in nature with the SMARTboard. It makes EDM so much less painful. Here's a link https://sites.google.com/site/jlarsengm/afirstforeverythinghttps://www.blogger.com/profile/09280069338658153680noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-5918956427406455530.post-69593525965983688182014-11-17T23:35:31.340-05:002014-11-17T23:35:31.340-05:00I too, use Everyday Math with 1st graders. How do...I too, use Everyday Math with 1st graders. How do you fit in the lesson in only 15 minutes? I know you spend the 2nd day reviewing but do you finish teaching all of the units by the end of the year? Holliehttps://www.blogger.com/profile/02962069391563902068noreply@blogger.com