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Monday, December 11, 2006

Saxon Workshop--Questions for consultant?

Below is a portion of an e-mail I received from Agatha Kent, the consultant who will be conducted our Saxon workshop for grades K-6:

"...It is important to provide Saxon teachers with a 'refresher' about every two years. I found this to be the case when I was Director of Curriculum in a GA school district. We used Saxon successfully for a number of years but, without a 'shot in the arm' from time to time, some teachers would get sorta slack and mis-use the program. I'll review with your teachers the correct way to teach Saxon math and make suggestions for how to cover & practice your state objectives before the April test. Please ask teachers to write down their questions about any part of the Saxon program.....I'll take a look at these before the session begins or during a break. I want to be sure to answer everyone's questions. "

Please think about question that you have and get those to me. You can do so by posting a comment here in the blog, or you can e-mail me by clicking here.


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