Saturday, August 19, 2017

Tips and tools: Share ideas with your fellow math teachers

As you prepare to start a new school year, do you have tips and tools you use in your classroom that you think might benefit your fellow mathematics teachers?

Check out these virtual professional learning sessions

Explore virtual professional learning opportunities that keep you learning in the field of mathematics and ready for this upcoming school year.
Cheyenne Mills

Why we need vertical alignment in mathematics

Boyle County's Cheyenne Mills says vertically aligning math classes in elementary school is essential to making sure students are prepared for Algebra 1.

Looking for professional learning?

Make plans now to join fellow mathematics educators and participate in statewide collegial learning opportunities.

KDE seeks teachers to participate in standards reviews

The Kentucky Department of Education (KDE) is seeking English/language arts and mathematics teachers from all grade levels to participate in review and revision of...

KCM schedules professional learning events for 2017-18

The Kentucky Center for Mathematics (KCM) is offering six free professional learning events for middle school mathematics teachers during the 2017-18 school year. Here is...

Register for the Build Math Minds Virtual Summit

The Build Math Minds Virtual Summit is a free online professional learning event from July 31-Aug. 2 for pre-K through 5th-grade teachers. Christina Tondevold...

Learning from Kentucky’s Classrooms Conference scheduled

The Kentucky Department of Education will host the Learning from Kentucky’s Classrooms Conference Sept. 8-9 at the Holiday Inn Bowling Green. The conference will...

Professional learning conferences for mathematics

Keep your skills sharp with these upcoming professional learning opportunities.

Explore virtual professional learning opportunities

Explore virtual professional learning opportunities on the eight effective mathematics teaching practices from “Principles to Actions: Ensuring Mathematical Success for All,” as well as professional learning that directly supports educators who review and evaluate instructional materials for mathematics.