Floyd County Schools teacher and Math Endorsement Instructor Michelle Clay recently presented at the Supporting All Georgia Students with Rigorous and Relevant Academic Programming in Mathematics Georgia Mathematics Summit for District Mathematics Supervisors. The summit took place from March 14-15 in Macon, according to a Floyd County Schools media release. Clay was the only K-12 guest speaker. Her presentation was on “Evidence-Based Numeracy Intervention Resources, Georgia Numeracy Project and the Georgia Tiers of Supports for Students; it was given alongside the Georgia Department of Education as part of the two-day conference.
Clay states, “I am honored to be a part of an amazing diagnostic team in both Floyd County Schools and the state Department of Education that continues to build an excellent resource that helps teachers fill gaps in mathematical understanding for all students through the use of the Numeracy Project.”
Clay has served as a member of the Georgia DOE’s Mathmatics Numeracy Project Task Force for the past year. In addition to serving as the FCS Math Endorsement Instructor, she teaches at Model Middle School and at Shorter University.
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