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Promote more powerful and productive mathematics conversations and instruction in your schools
Collaborate in planning for instruction, leading mathematically intense conversations, and using video to develop a keen eye for the essence of the mathematics in lessons.
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The Delaware Mathematics Coalition’s mission is to identify, endorse, and design high quality synergistic professional learning opportunities and experiences that support the actualization of research-based norms for teaching and learning mathematics.
As an organization, the Coalition advocates and supports at the state and district levels for the implementation of these practices in every classroom so that all students gain the mathematics proficiency necessary to graduate having successfully completed a rigorous, meaningful twenty-first century education that prepares them for careers, college, and citizenship.
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October 14th: DE Math Equity Conference
Delaware Mathematics Coalition (DMC) and Delaware Department of Education leaders are committed to building structures and systems that eliminate barriers to success in mathematics and STEM. The October 14th Math Equity Conference engages PK20 educators, policy makers, and business leaders in meaningful learning experiences that are designed to leverage their capacity as agents of change. Sessions leaders include highly respected local and national leaders who will engage participants in conversations and learning focused on positively influencing and impacting classroom and systems level equity challenges in mathematics education.
Mathematics Professional Learning Opportunities
Keen Eye Coaching Workshop Series
Keen Eye workshops are purposefully designed to help instructional leaders develop the skills and knowledge to support their teachers in achieving more ambitious mathematics teaching by maximizing the impact of their pre and post-lesson conversations. Learn More.
Leadership Coaching Lab
The promise of secondary Leadership Coaching Lab (LCL) is to build a robust mathematics leadership community in which the role of curriculum, lesson study, video analysis, and teacher growth are public and itself the focus of study among colleagues. Across the year, sessions provide Leadership Coaching Lab participants with recursive opportunities to reflect on their instructional practices, engage in mathematically intense conversations, and develop a keen eye for the essence of the mathematics in their conceptually-grounded lessons. Learn More.
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Leadership Coaching Lab Project
The promise of Leadership Coaching Lab is to build a robust mathematics community in which the role of coaches, specialists, and teacher leaders is public and itself the focus of study among colleagues. We will emphasize our role in engaging colleagues in planning for instruction, leading mathematically intense conversations, and using video to develop a keen eye for the essence of the math in lessons.
New Normal PBL Academy [Math Camp!]
Led by experienced mathematics professional developers and teachers with expertise in problem-based learning, the New Normal professional learning academy supports the evolving content and pedagogical needs of the problem-based enthusiasts in secondary and post-secondary schools.
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