Thursday, April 27, 2017

SNAP training session to be offered in Bowling Green

The Kentucky Center for Mathematics will offer a SNAP (Student Numeracy Assessment Progressions) training session June 1-2 in Bowling Green. The two-day course for K-2...
Brooke Powers

Incorporating more math practice standards for students

Read more about the 8 Mathematical Practices are considered the behaviors that all teachers should try to elicit from their students in order to help make them stronger mathematicians and problem solvers.

Sign up for the Kentucky Math Academy

Increase your mathematical knowledge for teaching to positively impact student learning by participating in the Kentucky Math Academy.

Kentucky Council of Teachers of Mathematics accepting grant applications

The Kentucky Council Teachers of Mathematics is now accepting applications for the 2017 Teacher Support Grant.

Professional learning opportunities for mathematics

Increase your mathematical knowledge with these professional learning opportunities.

KCTM offering workshop on ensuring mathematical success

The Kentucky Council of Teachers of Mathematics is offering a workshop Nov. 4 at Randall K. Cooper High School in Union.

Middle school math institute offers two sessions

The Kentucky Department of Education and the Kentucky Center for Mathematics are offering the Middle School Mathematics Summer Institute for middle school mathematics teachers,...

Professional learning opportunities for mathematics

Increase your mathematical knowledge with these professional learning opportunities.
Madison County teachers observe students participating in a formative assessment lesson (FAL) in Amanda Bailey’s 3rd-grade classroom at Shannon Johnson Elementary School (Madison County). Through observing teachers using an FAL, Madison County mathematics educators learned that productive struggle can be a good thing. Submitted photo by Mendy Mills

Math Design Collaborative: Madison County’s story

When Madison County mathematics educators asked themselves what they needed to do to improve, they decided that the work of the Math Design Collaborative would be a great fit for their district's teachers and students.
Jeani Gollihue

Feedback essential to helping students succeed in mathematics

If you were asked to list some things that you felt impact student achievement, what comes to mind?