Falling in love with mathematics this February? Here on some professional learning opportunities that will help foster that love.
Daviess County's Debbie Fortney says it's important to convince students and parents that math is not a talent, but a skill that is developed with practice and hard work.
Share your thoughts about February's math question with the Kentucky Department of Education mathematics consultants.
At the 2016 Kentucky Council of Teachers of Mathematics conference, Jennifer Wilson provided a thought-provoking keynote on the Slow Math Movement, which supports allowing students to think deeply versus being in a rush to learn.
As you prepare to start to new calendar year, here on some professional learning opportunities.
Although it seems as though we just started the new year, it’s not too early to plan for participating in spring mathematics conferences. Here are a few to keep your eyes on.
Three University of Louisville professors propose specific strategies for valuing student voice in the classroom that they think could be helpful for teachers.
It can be difficult to articulate how mathematical thinking applies to the real world, but we know that igniting a passion for math can create incredible future opportunities for our students with high-income STEM job growth on the rise.
Share your thoughts about January's math question with The Kentucky Department of Education mathematics consultants.
A new year is fast approaching. Take a look at the professional learning available in December.