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Mathematics at Work™: Best Practices for Teams Virtual Workshop, A Live 2-Day event with Timothy D. Kanold & Mona Toncheff
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Virtual Event | November 16–17, 2020
CAD $689.00
  • This event is a virtual workshop delivered via the Zoom meeting platform. Attendees will receive a link to participate two days prior to the event.
  • Please note: Registration will close two business days prior to the event start date.
 

Mathematics at Work™: Best Practices for Teams Virtual Workshop, A Live 2-Day event with Timothy D. Kanold & Mona Toncheff

Master mathematics within the PLC framework

Tasks, lessons, assessments, homework, interventions, and grading all have the power to improve—or diminish—student learning in mathematics. By working collaboratively within the PLC at Work® process, teacher teams can ensure each of these elements promotes equitable teaching and learning experiences and supports students in achieving proficiency.

This interactive K–12 virtual workshop is led by internationally acclaimed experts with decades of firsthand experience teaching mathematics. As active participants, educators will learn how to function in collaborative teams to:

Reflect upon current mathematics content, routines, and practices and evaluate their quality against research-affirmed criteria

Refine and update current mathematics content, routines, and practices for improved student learning on a unit-by-unit basis

Act to ensure improvements to content, routines, and practices engage students, empower them to persevere, and motivate them to own their learning

  • Examine six team actions and two coaching actions collaborative teams use to ensure every student learns mathematics.
  • Explore tools, protocols, and tasks to grow a deeper understanding of how intentional lesson design impacts student learning at all levels.
  • Learn how to design and deliver research‐affirmed mathematics lessons using a formative assessment and feedback process.
  • Acquire strategies for designing effective common assessments and providing targeted interventions.
  • Address the design and use of homework as an integral part of student motivation and engagement in learning mathematics.

Learn from leading experts

Hear from our attendees

Agenda and speakers are subject to change.

Download the detailed agenda

Monday, November 16th

8:00 a.m.–11:30 p.m.

Presentation

11:30 a.m.–12:30 p.m.

Break

12:30–3:00 p.m.

Presentation

Tuesday, November 17th

8:00 a.m.–11:30 p.m.

Presentation

11:30 a.m.–12:30 p.m.

Break

12:30–3:00 p.m.

Presentation

All times listed are in Pacific Standard Time
There will be additional breaks within the presentation times given by the presenter.

“I am ready to meet with the teams in my school and develop their skills in the area of looking, analyzing, and making decisions in the best interest of the student.”

Kathryn Zanin, teacher, Tuscon Unified School District, Arizona

“In the past, I’ve focused generically on teaching and learning, and the presenter really broke that down to include increased focus and urgency for assessment. I’d started down that path, but this session really helped my thinking and planning.”

Mandy Ross, superintendent, Ames Community School District, Iowa

“I loved the presenter’s energy, positive yet realistic tone, and sense of humor.”

Dustye Muse, teacher, South Gwinnett High School, Georgia

“Great workshop! Very easy to follow! I came away empowered.”

Jeannie Brittain, teacher, Washington Elementary School, North Carolina

Participation Information

What to Bring

To help you achieve maximum benefit of the two days together, please bring the following with you to the workshop:

  1. Bring a few copies of a recent math test you have given to students
  2. Bring some sample homework assignments

The equity work that we will explore will be very difficult if you do not bring or have access to this information while at the workshop.


You will receive a certificate of participation 6 weeks after the event concludes. Please check with your state department of education for CEU availability.


Additional Information

Included with your registration

Mathematics Assessment and Intervention in a PLC at Work™

Mathematics Assessment and Intervention in a PLC at Work™

Develop a research-based math intervention program with common unit assessment. Increase student learning using the MTSS or response to intervention model to guide mathematics assessment.