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KAS for Math

Our staff of exceptionally-trained Regional Teacher Partners are available to provide customized and targeted professional learning and bring it right to your district or school.  Examples of support are listed below, but we always develop our programming based on the needs of your teachers, school, or district.  Send an email to jessica.eaton@eku.edu and let us know how we can assist you with your professional learning.

Math Program Review
The Math Teaching and Learning profile provides your school with an overall picture of the mathematics instructional program and recommendations for improvement. The process includes an onsite visit from a review team from PIMSER to conduct classroom observations and interviews with students, parents, teachers of math, and the principal. In addition, teachers and principals will complete online surveys about their roles in the mathematics program. The review team then analyzes all collected data and develops a comprehensive report. Finally, a member of the review team returns to the school to review the report with the principal and answer any questions. View a full description of the MTLP process and standards.

Standards for Mathematical Practice in the elementary, middle and high school classroom
This workshop will assist teachers to gain a better understanding of the Standards for Mathematical Practice while learning instructional strategies that will help students develop the level of expertise indicated in these standards. At the end of each session, participants will have ready-to-use research-based instructional strategies to use with their students. View flyer for a complete description

Discourse in the mathematics classroom: how to engage in productive talk Description coming soon

ACT Math Boot Camp
Develop course intervention strategies and student support systems that move away from a single focus on last minute test taking tips. Work collaboratively to create challenging growth goals for your students and develop instructional strategies to empower and engage all students utilizing critical components of the College and Career Readiness Standards. View flyer for a complete description.

Achieving Success in the Algebra II and Calculus Classroom with Under-served Students
This 2-day workshop is designed to introduce research-proven strategies, activities, and assessment ideas that make a difference in student learning and performance in the classroom: building a learning culture, focusing on individual needs of students, and giving them all the best possible chance of passing the AP exam and End of Course and ensuring success in college-level courses. View flyer for a complete description.

Effective use of manipulatives to promote student understanding at all levels
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Games for elementary that integrate the mathematical practices
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Teaching fractions for conceptual understanding in the intermediate grades 4-6
This training explores multiple ways to integrate conceptual and procedural understanding of fractions, fraction operations and decimals into mathematics instruction. The lessons allow students opportunities to reflect on their thinking about fractions as they try to make sense of the formal symbolic system, so students develop a deep, conceptual understanding of fractions. View flyer for a complete description

Using the number line in elementary and middle school
Short courses designed to strengthen content understanding of the KCAS in mathematics and the Standards for Mathematical Practice. Experience activities as a learner, which promotes conceptual understanding. View flyer for a complete description.

Number sense in the primary grades
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How Students Learn Mathematics
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