Professional Development for Mathematics Instruction
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Introduction to Mastery Grading in the STEM Classroom
Promoting Student Success and Deeper Learning through Grading Practices
Teaching Mathematics Remotely and Doing It Well
Professional Development Program for Math Instructors
Teaching Math Remotely is research-based, evidence-driven professional development series for grades 6-12 math faculty and school administrators to support distance learning in mathematics. Our layered approach to professional development provides a comprehensive structure within which educators and institutions can build both individual and institutional capacity to address the learning needs of all students. The program is available as stand-alone modules or embedded within two cycles institutional research to identify and mitigate learning loss in mathematics.
Stand-Alone Professional Development Modules
The stand-alone professional learning sessions are for sites that currently employ a process for using data for continuous improvement. Such sites can provide us with information to customize the professional learning services to address their identified needs and target student outcomes for attendance/engagement and math course grades.
Professional Development Modules with Institutional Research
In this option the PD modules are embedded within two cycles of institutional research that analyzes quantitative outcomes (attendance/engagement and course grades) with qualitative data from all math teachers and students. Administrators and teachers engage in a cyclical process evaluating and revising their policies and practices in distance learning based to improve student outcomes.