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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.
Be Present, Nurture the Community, Create Space and Energy for Change & Transformation, Encourage Others in the Act of Self-Discovery
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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Mathematics Professional Learning Opportunities
Keen Eye Coaching
Keen Eye Video Analysis Coaching 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.
DIME Series for Admins
This virtual professional learning series is designed specifically for school and district level administrators. Sessions provide leaders with opportunities to consider ways to disrupt longstanding institutional and classroom norms and practices that adversely impact students’ learning opportunities. Learn More.
Join the Delaware Desmos Champions as we come together for an evening of celebratory dinner, learning, and an opportunity to share stories about how we are promoting student engagement and deeper learning with Desmos. The in-person meeting is from 4:45-7:45 at the Collette Center in Dover, DE.
TUPL participants and their administrators are invited to join us for a celebratory dinner and opportunity to share stories regarding what we are learning and how it is influencing our classroom instruction and planning practices. The event is being held at the Wilmington University Conference Room in Dover, DE. 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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The Myth of the Gifted Child
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The Thinking Classroom: An Interview with Peter Liljedahl
This post was supposed to be just for math teachers. I was going to share an instructional approach that, as dramatic as this sounds, has taken
Exploring the Lesson Synthesis: When do I actually teach?
During a problem-based lesson, the teacher does a lot of listening while monitoring student learning. When teachers are introduced to a problem-based lesson structure, they
Don’t Force a False Choice Between Algebra and Data Science
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Local Needs Matter When Selecting a Quality Math Curriculum
How does your vision of instructive drive the way and what of your adoption? An instructional vision helps to communicate the expectations for teaching and
Dismantling Inequities in Math Education Virtual Series for Administrators
DIME Virtual Series for Administrators Starting in Late February 2023/Early March 2023 Flyer Dismantling Inequities in Mathematics Education (DIME)A Professional Learning Series for Administrators Achieving