Kentucky Center for Mathematics

SNAP training session to be offered in Lebanon

The Kentucky Center for Mathematics (KCM) will offer a SNAP (Student Numeracy Assessment Progressions) training session July 20-21 in Lebanon. 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 fee is $200; the registration deadline is July 10. Click here for [...]

By |2015-07-01T15:02:13-04:00July 2, 2015|

KCM offers five math trainings beginning this summer

The Kentucky Center for Mathematics has scheduled five trainings and course offerings for 2015-16 in locations across Kentucky. The schedule of courses: “Assessing Math Concepts,” July 6-10, Bowling Green “AVMR (Add+Vantage MR)/KNPI (KY Numeracy Project Intensive),” various dates, Frankfort, Richmond and Glasgow “Do the Math,” July 27-29, Oct. 26-28 and Jan. 25-28, Lexington “MRIS (Math Recovery Intervention Specialist),” Aug. 11-14, [...]

By |2015-05-20T16:08:11-04:00May 21, 2015|

Professional learning program for Algebra I teachers

The Kentucky Center for Mathematics is partnering with other Kentucky organizations and universities to develop “The Road to Success in Algebra I,” a professional learning experience for teachers working with 8th- or 9th-grade students before or during Algebra I. Teachers participating in the program should be better able to diagnose student need and use that evidence to design and deliver [...]

By |2015-05-13T15:00:49-04:00May 14, 2015|

Speaker proposals sought for mathematics conference

The Kentucky Center for Mathematics (KCM) is seeking speaker proposals relevant to middle and high school mathematics content for the 2015 KCM Conference, "Engage!" which will be held March 9-10 in Lexington. The KCM conference provides an opportunity for educators to connect statewide, to develop their professional networks and to nourish their passions for teaching mathematics. The 2015 conference, which will [...]

By |2014-12-03T15:01:48-05:00December 4, 2014|

Register now for Ky. Center for Mathematics conference

Registration has opened for the Kentucky Center for Mathematics’ 2015 annual conference, "Engage!" The conference be held March 9 and 10 at the Hilton Lexington/Downtown in Lexington. Speaker proposals are being accepted through Dec. 13. For more information, visit the conference website. The conference flier is here. Questions? Contact Mandy McDonough, KCM communications and events coordinator, at kcm@nku.edu.

By |2014-10-09T08:44:40-04:00October 9, 2014|

EERTI program registration opens

The Kentucky Center for Mathematics has announced that registration is now open for the 2014-15 EERTI (Enacting Effective Response to Intervention) cohorts. The program is free to participating teachers thanks to support from the Kentucky Department of Education. EERTI cohorts are professional learning communities facilitated by experienced and highly trained Mathematics Intervention Teachers. Participation in EERTI will increase K-3 teachers’ understanding [...]

By |2014-09-17T15:32:50-04:00September 18, 2014|

Ky. Center for Mathematics offers professional learning opportunities

The Kentucky Center for Mathematics (KCM) is offering several trainings and course offerings during this summer and throughout the 2014-15 school year. The offerings include training for preschool and kindergarten teachers as well as elementary and middle school teachers. For more about the courses, locations and times, check the KCM website or contact KCM at kcm@nku.edu.  

By |2020-09-21T09:53:17-04:00May 1, 2014|

Middle school mathematics event

The Kentucky Center for Mathematics and the Kentucky Department of Education have partnered to offer a free professional learning opportunity for middle school mathematics teacher leaders and administrators. Building mathematics content-focused coaching is a long-range educational practice in which mathematics teacher leaders work collaboratively with principals and classroom teachers to design, implement and reflect on rigorous, standards-based lessons that promote [...]

By |2013-07-18T13:33:34-04:00July 18, 2013|

Making middle school mathematics more accessible for struggling students

The Kentucky Center for Mathematics is offering a three-day course on how to make middle school mathematics instruction more accessible to struggling students and students with disabilities. The emphasis is on promoting collaboration between mathematics teachers and special educators. This training is designed for teams of co-teachers (regular ed. teachers and special educators) who work in a collaborative classroom relationship. Participants [...]

By |2013-07-05T11:08:22-04:00July 18, 2013|
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