Teaching Mathematics With Rigor and Results, Grades 3-10

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Self-Paced
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Mathematics Instruction

High-quality Mathematics instruction ensures that students become problem solvers. This comprehensive instructional course provides educators and administrators proven methods to implement a rigorous mathematics culture which will help students to achieve better results and mastery. This course takes a deeper look into how the current more rigorous mathematics state standards can easily be integrated into today’s classroom lessons. Through the use of a lesson study process, teachers will address the question of what should instruction look like with rigor in mind?

This course is fully aligned with the principals of the Danielson’s Framework for Teaching the Domains 1, 2, 3 and 4 as well as incorporating our proprietary TKL Ci2 Math Protocols.  Participants will explore real instructional challenges that many teachers face when teaching mathematics in their classroom. Through a combination of lesson activities, online discussions, and instructional reflection processes, participants will gain insight of a wide range of strategies and resources to incorporate into their own instructional practices. In doing so, we will help our students grapple with real problems, think mathematically, and create solutions on their own.

This research-based course provides guidance on how to examine your math instruction and its impact on student learning. Through the lens of today’s more rigorous math content standards, professional teaching standards, you will set instructional learning goals for your math lessons, and define how students will demonstrate evidence of achievement within today’s state standards.

Participants will explore real instructional challenges that many teachers face when teaching mathematics in their classroom. We will work together to identify strategies which will address such complex issues as the following:

  1. Implementing Skilled Instruction
  2. Focusing on Student Learning
  3. Supporting Problem Solving
  4. Seamless Differentiation
  5. Assessment Practices
  6. Classroom Environments Conducive for Learning

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