Math intervention might not seem like much fun for a second grader, but an innovative approach in Whitley County has students eager to attend class.
A Kentucky Family Math Night (KFMN) is an extracurricular family engagement event that brings together educators, students, their family members and other caring adults to learn about, talk about and have fun with math; reinforce positive math mindsets; help family members participate in their child's learning; and build a sense of community and partnership around math learning.
Applications are now being accepted for new members of the Foundations for Primary Grades Mathematics (2nd- and 3rd-grade teachers) cohorts.
The 2018 Kentucky Center for Mathematics (KCM) Conference will be March 5-6 at the Marriott Griffin Gate Resort in Lexington. Information about the conference will be posted on the KCM website.
Keep your skills sharp with these upcoming professional learning opportunities.
The Kentucky Center for Mathematics will offer a SNAP (Student Numeracy Assessment Progressions) training session June 1-2 in Bowling Green. The two-day course for K-2 teachers, teaching assistants and parent volunteers is an introduction to the assessment and advancement of early learning of numbers and arithmetic. The registration deadline is April 28. Click here for more information or to register.
The Kentucky Department of Education and the Kentucky Center for Mathematics are offering the Middle School Mathematics Summer Institute for middle school mathematics teachers, special educators, intervention teachers and instructional coaches June 13-15 at the University of Louisville. The institute includes two free professional learning opportunities for middle school educators – both featuring master teacher Anne Burgunder – that are [...]
Here are a few upcoming mathematics conferences to keep your eyes on this spring.
Falling in love with mathematics this February? Here on some professional learning opportunities that will help foster that love.
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.