We’re thinking about…
Summer is a time for renewal and reflection, a time to take stock, to consider your students’ long-lasting learning. And, most importantly, the ways in which you plan to foster the standards for mathematical practice in all of your students. Whichever math practice you focus on with your students, we hope to support you by providing resources on this website.
We will be adding to the site regularly, so all feedback is welcome as we continue to build the site.
In the meantime, peruse our new book for additional resources, and read our current thinking on our blog.
Events We Are Attending
Tue25Jul20178:00 am - 4:00 pmUniversity Hall 1815 Massachusetts Avenue Cambridge, MA 02140
Register now for one, two, or three days.
Registration includes materials, light breakfast, and lunch.
Cost: $350 for three days; $240 for two days; $120 for one day.
Sat29Jul20177:45 am - 11:45 amHeinemann Publishing 361 Hanover Street Portsmouth, NH 03801
You’re Invited to Heinemann’s 5th Annual Teacher Tour
Every summer, we open our doors to teachers and administrators for a morning of professional development mini-workshops with acclaimed Heinemann authors, and engaging conversation on current topics in education.
Join us at Heinemann headquarters, where you’ll be welcomed behind the scenes to meet our editors and staff, and tour the historic building we call home.
Tue08Aug2017Thu10Aug20179:00 am - 3:00 pmEDCO Collaborative, 36 Middlesex Turnpike Bedford, MA 01730
This course satisfies one of the requirements that all educators must have 15 PDPs related to special education and English Language Learning when they re-certify after July 1, 2016.
In this multi-day Professional Learning workshop, teachers will develop a deep understanding of the three math avenues of thinking championed in the Standards for Mathematical Practice (SMPs) by engaging in a series of instructional routines. They will learn how the instructional routines are designed to develop these avenues of math thinking in students; and how research-based supports for ELs and SWLDs are an intentional part of the routine design ensuring that all students develop these powerful math thinking habits.
Additional Course Date: October 5, 2017