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.
Share your thoughts about November's math question with the Kentucky Department of Education mathematics consultants.
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.
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...
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.
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.
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.
Some teachers in Kentucky started their year off this fall with a week full of inspirational math lessons from Jo Boaler’s youcubed, a website that offers five days of lesson plans and tasks designed to instill a positive mindset about math in students.
If it weren’t for Bill Bush, an influential professor of mathematics education at the University of Kentucky, the Commonwealth might be like any other state in its approach to mathematics achievement.
The Partnership Institute for Math and Science Education Reform at the University of Kentucky is offering several professional learning opportunities this fall.