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Designed for mathematics professional development leaders, this set of case-based leadership materials helps build facilitation skills, content knowledge, and pedagogy to design and implement effective staff development programs. The modules focus on mathematics and facilitation skills, reflect research on adult learning, and model a community of practice. Unlike a typical guide for a specific professional development program, these materials focus on facilitation issues likely to be encountered in a variety of mathematics professional development situations including:.
This kit is ideal for those charged with supporting teacher leaders and others who lead mathematics professional development. Potential users include curriculum leaders, math-science partnership staff, university-district partnership staff, and mathematics teacher educators. WestEd staff members work with groups of leaders to help develop and refine their skills, sensibilities, and long-term capacities enabling them to design and implement quality mathematics professional development.
A series of Leaders of Mathematics Professional Development seminars tailored to meet specific school, district, and project needs, can be designed to address groups of mathematics professional development leaders at any grade span K An effective professional development tool to nurture teacher leaders. These materials both acknowledge the complexity of the work and provide a carefully designed and sequenced curriculum for understanding it.
Assessment in mathematics education: responding to issues regarding methodology, policy, and equity
With an inspiring blend of theory and practical wisdom, this expanded edition demonstrates how to design professional development for teachers that is directly linked to improving student learning. The authors explain how teaching strategies that are good for English learners are good for all diverse learners — this principle is the heart of equity.
How can you tell if your math students are really learning? This book helps teachers learn how to use classroom artifacts to assess students' thinking and understanding of mathematical content.
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Search Areas of Work Areas of Work Building leadership, skills, and knowledge across critical topics. Before joining youcubed, she taught middle school and high school math for 10 year. She has designed professional development opportunites and coached mathematics teachers at all levels for the last ten years throughout the west coast, including the San Francisco Unified School District. Kristina is a graduate of the Stanford Teacher Education program where she received her masters in education and teaching credential and has an undergraduate degree in mathematics.
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