Participants will "do math" with colleagues, observe and analyze classroom video and discuss reading as contexts for examining current and historically important research on effective mathematics classrooms. Participants will use seminar activities and materials as the basis for the design of an action plan for refining your teaching practice to increase student engagement in the following research-based elements of how students learn math.
Participants will need the following books. Please donīt purchase until you receive notice that the course will be not be cancelled.
Math Workshop in Action: Strategies for grades K-5 by Dr. Nicki Newton/2016
A Mind for Mathematics by Nanci Smith/2017
All participants must register, even if taking for no credit/audit.
Instructors: Katie Burbridge and Dianne Willging
Session Number: 7582
Location: Alan Shepard Elementary School, Long Grove, IA
This course is open to all educators.
Registration will close on 7/20/18.
$165 for 1 Drake graduate credit
$85 for 1 Relicensure credit
$85 for audit/no credit option
For more information about Drake Univ. EDMA credit visit Drake Credit Info on the MBAEA Professional Development webpage.