Actions for Mathematical Success: Using Mathematical Teaching Practices in K-12 Classrooms
August 12 @ 8:00 am - 3:00 pm
Two day workshop – August 12 and 13, 2019
8:30-3:00, registration starts at 8:00
Breakfast snacks, coffee, tea and water will be available as well as an afternoon snack and beverages. Lunch will be from 11:00-11:40. A morning and afternoon break will be built into the agenda.
Educators will explore the eight Mathematical Teaching Practices (NCTM Principles to Action) and leave the two-day experience with a plan to apply Mathematical Teaching Practices in the classroom. Resources will be provided including links to narrative cases, classroom videos, real student work and math activities. Educators will choose a breakout session of Elementary, Middle, or High School.
Learning Goals include:
- To engage in elementary or secondary mathematics as a math learner.
- To deepen your mathematical pedagogical content knowledge.
- To apply knowledge of Mathematical Teaching Practices in a plan for classroom use
- Catherine Jacobs, Field Coach for Maine Mathematics Coaching Project, Adjunct Instructor for UMF, former middle school math teacher and middle school principal, former Professional Development facilitator for Maine Mathematics and Science Alliance
- Gloria Jenkins, Field Coach for Maine Mathematics Coaching Project, Adjunct Instructor for UMF, former elementary teacher, Facilitator for Maine Mathematics and Science Alliance, Director of Washington County Consortium, and K-12 Assistant Superintendent;
- Robert Jenkins, Adjunct Instructor for UMF including co-developer of Mathematics Leadership Program, Math and Science faculty at Maine College of Art, former Facilitator for Maine Mathematics and Science Alliance, and high school math teacher
A copy of Principles to Action (NCTM) and Taking Action (NCTM) will be provided to those who attend.
Northern Maine Educational Collaborative
and University of Maine at Farmington, Graduate Outreach