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  1. Chepina Rumsey

    Chepina Rumsey, PhD, is an associate professor of mathematics education at the University of Northern Iowa (UNI). In addition to teaching, Chepina leads professional development initiatives and contributes as a consultant for curriculum development companies.


  2. Jody Guarino

    Jody Guarino, EdD, is manager of the Teaching, Learning and Instructional Leadership Collaborative at the Orange County Department of Education and a School of Education lecturer at the University of California, Irvine (UCI).


  3. Mathematics at Work™: Best Practices for Teams Workshop

    November 20 & Thursday, November 21, 2024

    Learn how to prepare and develop meaningful mathematics instruction and assessment processes with the rigor and coherence expected by all states.


  4. Multiplication Fluency: Building Reasoning Skills through the Fact Tactics Fluency Program Virtual Workshop

    October 10 & Thursday, October 17, 2024

    How can students achieve an understanding of multiplication that allows them to go beyond simple recall to explain their thinking? Author and mathematics education professor Juli Dixon introduces a program that teachers can seamlessly integrate into existing mathematics instruction. Learn six tactics to help you shift from an anxiety-producing, rote-memorization approach to one that helps students make sense of multiplication and prepare for algebra. This virtual workshop offered in two half-day sessions will help classroom teachers, resource teachers, interventionists, coaches, administrators, tutors, and parents of students in grades 3–6.


  5. Charly Baker

    Charly Baker has 15 years of experience in middle school mathematics. She specializes in guiding collaborative teams through the professional learning communities process. Charly’s focus is on ensuring equitable access to high-quality initial instruction, followed by targeted interventions and extensions driven by data.


  6. Cory Bennett

    Cory A. Bennett, PhD, is a passionate educator who supports teachers and teacher leaders to create learning-centered experiences for all students by focusing on improving instructional and assessment practices.


  7. Erin Lehmann

    Erin Lehmann, EdD, currently serves as an assistant professor for the University of South Dakota. She is an author, leader, and facilitator, advocating for mathematics and high levels of learning for all.


  8. Darshan M. Jain

    Darshan M. Jain is the director of mathematics and computer science at Adlai E. Stevenson High School in Illinois. Previously, he served as an award-winning mathematics teacher as well as as a curriculum team leader.


  9. Melissa D. Boston

    Melissa D. Boston, EdD, is a professor of mathematics education at Duquesne University in Pennsylvania. In her role, Dr. Boston teaches mathematics methods courses for elementary, middle school, and high school teachers. Previously, she taught middle school and high school mathematics.


  10. Amber Candela

    Amber G. Candela is an assistant professor of mathematics education at the University of Missouri–St. Louis (UMSL). She teaches mathematics methods classes for prospective elementary, middle, and high school teachers in the teacher education program at UMSL.