Looks a lot more complicated than it is. The vids on the other side explain that flow chart step by step (specifically the very end of vid one and all of vid two), vid one covers a training I did for people who are thinking about going into business as tutors using base ten blocks, and a of course, whole lot more. There are videos and links on the page that will give you a solid overview of what we are trying to accomplish here.
Once you have gone here to the Getting Started Page this page would be a natural next step...you might go directly to video two and download the EzPz PDF. This will give you a good idea of how it all fits together for the younger students through about second grade. It's also much less of a time investment as the vid is only 47 minutes.
This is a training for those thinking of becoming tutors themselves... therefore they needed a an overview of the system...and how to set up custom curriculums. personalized for their students based on knowledge of the methodology. People have told me they have watched vid two over and over again.
Click the Button Below and you will get TWO codes, one for the "How To Teach Trig To Eight Year Olds" page and one for this page. (It will be Obvious Which code goes where.) That trig page has triggered quite a response. I think you will enjoy it.
FOr a limited time get access to this page AND the Trig page for just $39.95. If you already have a lifetime pass just email me..
For a limited time get this page and the How To Teach Trig to Eight Year Olds as an added bonus. Right now when you get this page you get that page too. That page breaks down basic concepts that make trig child's play. Basically you get two for the price of one for a limited time. And again you don't necessarily need base ten blocks for these pages but they would optimal.
This training was for parents and teachers that are considering becoming tutors using manipulatives...but I think it will be beneficial for people who just want a glimpse of the bigger picture; an overview of what looks like disorganized chaos actually fits together quite nicely.
You will hear one of the trainees at the end say it was the best training yet...because it helped her put it all together.