Center for Mathematics and Science presents “Keys to Mathematical Success: A Professional Learning Series”

Keys to Mathematical Success

Keys to Mathematical Success: A Professional Learning Series

Quality mathematics instruction has at its core fundamental practices that can set the stage for mathematical success for all students. From setting attainable instructional goals to supporting productive struggle, these practices are applicable to mathematics classrooms across all grade levels and are informed through research on what makes mathematics teaching and learning effective. During this four-part series, we will explore how teachers can implement these practices and impact student learning. Join us for one session or join us for all. Either way, participants will come away with a better understanding of the keys to mathematical success. (Discounts available for individual participants who register for all four sessions.).

Grade Band: K-12th

Dates: November 30th , 2018 – Session One: Establishing Mathematical Goals and Selecting  Appropriate Tasks

February 1st, 2019 – Session Two: Facilitating Meaningful Discourse and Posing Purposeful Question  April 12th, 2019 – Session Three: Connecting Mathematical Representations and Building

Procedural Fluency June 7th, 2019 – Session Four: Supporting productive Struggle and Eliciting Student Thinking

Time: 9AM-4PM, includes one-hour lunch break (every session)

Location: Classroom Q24, Jackson Avenue Center, University of Mississippi, Oxford, MS

Registration Fee: $125.00 for each session, includes 0.6 CEUs per session (Discount available for individual participants who register for all four sessions)

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Registration Deadline: Session One: November 22, 2018

Session Two: January 24, 2019

Session Three: April 4, 2019

Session Four: April 25, 2019

For more information, please contact Catherine Denham at