This unique Mathematics in a PLC at Work® summit is led by Solution Tree authors and renowned thought leaders of the 2018 Every Student Can Learn Mathematics series. Committed to helping you design an effective K–12 mathematics program, these mathematics experts will share research-affirmed and proven classroom Instructional strategies. You will discover how to erase inequities in student learning during the lesson, inspire relevant and meaningful mathematics teaching and learning, and implement effective homework, assessment, and grading practices that accurately measure and promote student mastery. Establish next steps for your team and receive customized, practical answers to your most pressing mathematics content, instruction, and assessment questions at this inspiring mathematics PLC summit.
- Experience demonstrations of how to help students persevere, understand, and apply mathematics every day.
- Identify high-quality assessment criteria and Tier 2 intervention strategies to target students who struggle to learn mathematics.
- Examine teacher teams' actions that lead to significant increases in mathematics achievement.
- Learn how to apply the four critical questions of a PLC to improve daily planning and teaching through formative processes for lessons, homework, and assessment tasks.
- Use discussion tools and inquiry protocols to unpack essential learning standards, deeply examine grade-level progressions, and effectively use higher-level cognitive demand tasks in class every day.
- Create a network of new colleagues and acquire new ideas and promising practices during the role-alike session.
- Discover how to become a highly effective and relational collaborative mathematics team.
- Examine how to live a balanced and high-energy work life each and every day.
Presenter slate coming soon
Hear from our attendees
“Great strategies for math questioning, discussion, and deeper meaning!”
—Shari Cowger, principal, Oregon Trail Elementary School, Idaho
“Thank you for painting a clear picture of the importance of collaborating to plan math practices.”
—Frances Zinsli, achievement advisor, Glendale Elementary School District, Arizona