Thursday, March 23, 2017

Ongoing professional learning opportunities in mathematics

Getting ready to gobble up some turkey pretty soon? Well, look at gobbling up some professional learning in mathematics, too!

Getting SMART about mathematics and literature

The Kentucky SMART Books project has launched a website featuring lesson plans utilizing popular children’s literature to address both mathematics and literacy content.
Maggie Doyle

Imagine the benefits of performance tasks

Clark County's Maggie Doyle shares how she learned that integrating a performance task into a unit in her high school mathematics classroom doesn't have to mean sacrificing content or pacing.

Why engage in professional learning communities/teams?

The professional learning community is a buzzword in the educational world, with schools and districts setting up schedules and mandating PLC time. Some educators, however, wonder if the original intent and purpose of professional learning communities has been lost.

Math matters question of the month

Share your thoughts about November's math question with the Kentucky Department of Education mathematics consultants.

Kentucky teachers are called to action with #ObserveMe

Robert Kaplinsky’s, a mathematics teacher specialist in California, says teachers can open their classroom doors and inspire each other to build a culture of continuous improvement.

Northern Kentucky math teachers invited to mini-conference

The Northern Kentucky Council of Teachers of Mathematics (NKCTM) will hold its fall mini-conference Nov. 17 at Dixie Heights High School in Crestview Hills. NKCTM...

Kentucky Council of Teachers of Mathematics Conference schedule set

Are you ready for this year’s Kentucky Council of Teachers of Mathematics Conference? Here’s a rundown of what is scheduled for the Nov. 4-5 event.

Check out these 2017 spring mathematics conferences

Although it’s not even Halloween yet, it’s not too early to begin looking at spring mathematics conferences. Here are a few to keep your eyes on.

Talking about math in the classroom

Math is thought of as the universal language of logic, but that distinction belies just how much good old-fashioned language is actually involved in mathematical processing.