Fall professional learning opportunities in mathematics


Get ready, plan, learn! Looking for professional learning opportunities in mathematics? Take a look at these options. If you have questions, contact the event coordinator of the session that you are attending.

Ongoing Professional Learning Opportunities

Online course from Jo Boaler
Jo Boaler’s online course, “How To Learn Math for Teachers,” was released on June 7. This is a newly recorded and updated version of the course, with new videos and research.

Task Talk Tuesdays
Task Talks are virtual math conversations for teachers and teacher leaders around an Illustrative Mathematics specific task. They convene weekly, 8 p.m. ET Tuesday on Adobe Connect. Grade levels alternate by week and the current task to be discussed is posted on @IllustrateMath’s Facebook page before the talk. Register to receive reminders here.

Kentucky Center for Mathematics
Kentucky Center for Mathematics offers many professional learning opportunities throughout the fall. Check out their calendar to sign up.

Partner Institute for Math and Science Education Reform (PIMSER)
PIMSER offers many professional learning opportunities. Check out its calendar for more information.

Illustrative Mathematics
Work directly with facilitators from Illustrative Mathematics for professional learning based on the standards. Click here for information.

Fall Professional Learning Opportunities

Kentucky Math Design Collaborative
Join Renee Yates as she hosts a community online LYNC session 4-5 p.m. ET on Sept. 19. For more information, click here.

National Council of Teachers of Mathematics
A new site has been added to the Innov8 Conference, “Engaging the Struggling Learner,” scheduled for Nov. 16-18 in St. Louis. Take a team to engage in a hands-on, interactive and new learning experience for mathematics education. Click here for information.

Kentucky Council of Teachers of Mathematics
The Kentucky Council of Teachers of Mathematics’ annual conference will be Nov. 5. Click here for more information.