Thursday, April 27, 2017

Math matters question of the month

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

Ongoing professional learning opportunities in mathematics

A new year is fast approaching. Take a look at the professional learning available in December.

Mathematics essay deadline announced

The deadline for the annual Association for Women in Mathematics essay contest is Jan. 31.
Brooke Powers

Incorporating the math practice standards for students

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.

Carroll County going ‘All in for Algebra’

Trimble is one of 26 Carroll County School District teachers participating in a cutting-edge grant through the Kentucky Department of Education to increase student achievement in STEM subjects by increasing collaboration between postsecondary institutions and K-12 teachers and administrators.

Math matters question of the month

Share your thoughts about December’s math question with The Kentucky Department of Education mathematics consultants.

Globalizing your mathematics class

While a global curriculum has many obvious intersections in most subject areas, the one content area that seems at odds is mathematics. But on a deeper examination, even mathematics can be infused with a global approach.

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.