Coaching Cycle is examining how online learning and instructional coaching change teachers’ instructional practices and increase student achievement. Contact Loretta Heuer.
Ed Tech Leaders Online offers high-quality online workshops—on topics such as using technology in mathematics classrooms, models to understand fractions, Algebra, and mathematical discourse—for K–12 mathematics teachers. Contact Barbara Treacy.
Focus on Mathematics uses three strategies—content-based professional development, rigorous courses and curricula, and change-focused communities of mathematicians and pre-college educators—to improve Grade 5–12 mathematics education. Contact Wayne Harvey.
Formative Assessment in the Mathematics Classroom studies a model—institutes, online resources, and learning communities—to support math teachers in using formative assessment to promote middle school students’ learning. Contact Fred Gross or Cheryl Tobey.
Fostering Geometric Thinking, a professional development curriculum, supports rigorous, problem-based teaching that deepens students’ thinking about geometric properties, geometric transformations, and measurement of geometric objects. Contact Mark Driscoll.
Mathematics Leadership Program builds capacity to strengthen mathematics teaching and learning and align with the CCSS by engaging participants in inquiry into mathematics and student thinking. Contact Deborah Schifter.
Open Educational Resources in Mathematics is a free set of online professional development resources designed to help teachers improve Grade 7–12 students’ mathematic achievement and technological literacy. Contact Pam Buffington.