PIMSER to showcase math teachers’ work in grant project


The Partnership Institute for Math and Science Education Reform (PIMSER) will host a showcase event featuring participants in the PIMSER-led 2016-2018 Making Algebraic Connections (MAC) grant project on Sept. 25 in the Perkins Building at Eastern Kentucky University in Richmond.

Teachers of grades 4-8 from Bardstown and Williamsburg independent schools and Carter, Casey, Clay, Lincoln, Powell and Rowan county schools have been working with PIMSER for the past two years to implement research-based instructional strategies in their classrooms. They will showcase their successes and share strategies and ideas that were studied and the impact on student learning at the event, which is for teachers in grades 4-8.

Team presentation topics are:

  • Growth mindset
  • Standards for mathematical practices
  • Rich task/formative assessment
  • Total participation techniques
  • Talk partners
  • Number talks
  • Math tools
  • Task rotation
  • Assessment menu
  • Math probes
  • Math manipulatives

Email Jessica Eaton if you plan to attend.