CREATING MEANINGFUL Math REMOTE LEARNING
A PROBLEMS OF PRACTICE VIDEO PROFESSIONAL LEARNING SERIES
Project Leads: Allison Gantt (UD), Denise McCunney (CR), Kathy Wilson (NCCVT), and Jamila Riser (DMC)
Dear Mathematics Leaders,
The Delaware Mathematics Coalition is launching a new initiative that has been inspired by our community’s commitment to supporting one another as we launch this year in remote learning. The project, Creating Meaningful Math Remote Learning Opportunities is focused on addressing teacher-submitted Problems of Practice, listening to solution ideas from our community, and creating videos to help us all have a more productive and enjoyable school year. Our vision is grounded in our continued commitment to creating safe, productive spaces for learning important Common Core aligned mathematics. Each new video series will be purposefully designed to address an identified problem of practice that has been submitted by the members of our Delaware mathematics community.
We invite you to get involved by sharing ideas, resources, links, and engaging in discussions both on our website and on our Facebook page.
Allison Gantt (UD), Denise McCunney (Caesar Rodney), Kathy Wilson (NCCVT), and Jamila Riser (DMC Executive Director)
Next Episode: Coming Soon!
We will soon be releasing our next problem of practice video series devoted to our community’s efforts to design assessments that empower students to reflect on and take ownership for their learning. The series features practices shared by three middle school teachers: Lorianne Kalb (Gunningbedford, Colonial SD), Kathleen Olenderski (Alfred G Waters, Appoquinimink SD), and Molly Brnich (Jerry Zucker School of Science, South Carolina). Click on the link below to watch the overview. Join our Math Leadership Social community on March 9th to view and discuss the videos in the series.