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Teaching Mathematical Thinking

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June 13-17 2022 TMT - In Person       |        June 20-24 2022 TMT- In Person

To request your professional development transcript, click here. 

2022-2023 TMT Schedule

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Online

January-May 2023

More Information coming soon. 

 

 

In Person

2022-2023 Schedule coming soon.

June 13-17 In-Person

REGISTRATION FULL

8:00am-5:00pm

ISU- Idaho Falls Campus

This is an IN-PERSON course only. There will not be any zoom options available.

Monday, June 13  Course Overview, Best Practices
Addition/CGI
Tuesday, June 14 CGI and Subtraction
Place Value
Wednesday, June 15  Algebraic Thinking
Multiplication
Thursday, June 16 Fractions
Division
Friday, June 17  Negative Numbers
Proportional Reasoning

Course Completion

This course is pass/fail. A participant needs to attend all in-person sessions.

Note: Once you have registered, there will be no refund.

Idaho State University has partnered with the Idaho State Department of Education to develop a professional development course, Teaching Mathematical Thinking, as part as the Idaho Math Initiative to ensure teachers are given the opportunity to stay current in mathematical education and research for their classrooms.

 

June 20-24 In-Person

REGISTRATION FULL

8:00am-5:00pm

ISU- Pocatello

This is an IN-PERSON course only. There will not be any zoom options available.

 

Monday, June 20  Course Overview, Best Practices
Addition/CGI
Tuesday, June 21 CGI and Subtraction
Place Value
Wednesday, June 22  Algebraic Thinking
Multiplication
Thursday, June 23 Fractions
Division
Friday, June 24 Negative Numbers
Proportional Reasoning

 

Course Completion

This course is pass/fail. A participant needs to attend all in-person sessions.

Note: Once you have registered, there will be no refund.

Idaho State University has partnered with the Idaho State Department of Education to develop a professional development course, Teaching Mathematical Thinking, as part as the Idaho Math Initiative to ensure teachers are given the opportunity to stay current in mathematical education and research for their classrooms.