Math Coaches Collaborative

Date/Time
Date(s) - 08/10/2021 - 08/11/2021
8:00 am - 3:00 pm

Location
NEW Center Conference and Events (NEOMED)

Sponsor



The Math Coaches Collaborative

 

A year-long professional development series for district teams of an administrator and one or more math teachers or coaches supporting teachers grades 4-12. The goal is to build local capacity to lead a mastery math approach that results in a student-centered instructional classroom. District math teams applied and were selected in May 2021.

HSTW/MMGW district math teams that have been invited are required to attend all five all-day sessions beginning August 10 – 11. In addition, district math teams will attend two half-day session: a virtual check-in on January 11 and a best practice showcase on March 9

If a district is still Interested in participating, contact the regional office no later than July 27, and be prepared to send a team to the August 9 and 10 initial sessions.

The Math Coaches Collaborative Sessions will be facilitated by Steve Miller, Math Consultant, Summit Educational Service Center. Diana Rogers, Regional Coordinator; Angela Nonno, CVCC Math Instructor, and Tina Cindea, HSTW/MMGW Math Coach will assist with the training sessions, and oversee the district math coaches.

As a result of the Math Coaches Collaborative, participants will be able to: 

  • Develop and/or revise their local 4-12 numeracy plan
  • Create and implement a coaching plan to support their district’s numeracy framework
  • Identify and recommend research-based instructional strategies for mathematics
  • Deliver NCTM’s Effective Mathematics Teaching Practices through district or building professional development
  • Model Effective Mathematics Teaching Practices through collaborative dialogue
  • Demonstrate numeracy lessons and provide teacher feedback
  • Work in collaboration with other math coaches
  • Apply for 3 graduate credits through Ashland University or will receive 45 CEU hours

Facilitate a district/building numeracy task force comprised of one or two representatives from each grade level

Speaker:  Steve Miller, Math Consultant, Summit County Educational Service Center

Who Should Attend:  Invited HSTW/MMGW district literacy teams

 

 

 

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