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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)
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Dear Mathematics Leaders,

The Delaware Mathematics Coalition Creating Meaningful Math Remote Learning Opportunities initiative is focused on addressing teacher-submitted Problems of Practice related to teaching in a virtual environment. We collect ideas from Delaware math teachers, listen to solutions from our community, and create 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 ambitious math learning. Each video series featured thoughtful teacher leaders from our statewide math community and is purposefully designed to address an identified problem of practice.We invite you to get involved by sharing ideas, resources, links,  and engaging in discussions both on our website and on our Facebook page. 

Thanks for your interest in sharing and engaging with us!
Allison Gantt (UD), Denise McCunney (Caesar Rodney), Kathy Wilson (NCCVT), and Jamila Riser (DMC Executive Director)

Episode 1

Building a Safe Climate for Learning Math

This series features practices shared by two secondary mathematics: Denise McCunney (Caesar Rodney School DIstrict) and Dr. Kathleen Wilson (New Castle County Votech School District).  Watch the overview video (below) and then check out the entire series of three videos using this link.

Episode 2

Feedback that Empowers Students

This series features practices shared by three secondary mathematics teachers: Lorianne Kalb (Gunningbedford, Colonial SD), Kathleen Olenderski (Alfred G Waters, Appoquinimink SD), and Molly Brnich (Las Americas Aspira Academy Charter School). Watch the overview video, then check out the entire series using this link

Episode 3

Maintaining Our Rigorous Values

This series features practices shared by two math leaders in our Delaware community: Barbara Riggin (MOT Charter High School) and Dr. Michael Reitemeyer (Las Americas Aspira Academy). Watch the overview video, then check out the entire series by clicking on this link.

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