Professional Development

Below you will find login information, guidance, assignments, and resources for our Mississippi Math Professional Development. Please refer any specific questions to Ethan directly.

Current Core Development Guidance Pages

 

 

All 2017-18 development guidance can be found on our main regional hub.

Previous Core Development Guidance Pages

2016-2017 Q4 Tracks

MTH401: Closing the Year Strong – Culminating Math Projects

MTH402: Beyond Teaching to the Test

MTH403: Independent Book Study Collaborative Group

MTH404: Multiplication is for White People Book Study

2016-2017 Q3 Tracks

MTH301: Building Fluency Through Number Talks

MTH302: Literacy, Metacognition, and Math Tasks

MTH303: Collaborative Learning Towards Standards Mastery

2016-2017 Q2 Tracks

MTH201: Motivation in Mathematics

MTH202: Orchestrating Productive Math Discussions

MTH203: Writing Towards A Growth Mindset

2016-2017 Q1 Tracks

MTH101: Strong Start in Mathematics

MTH102: Motivation in Mathematics

MTH103: Rethinking Mathematics Book Study

MTH104: Equity and Rigor in Math Assessment

2015-16 Q4 Tracks

5th-7th Grade Beyond “Teaching to the Test” Collaborative Team

Grade 8-Algebra I Beyond “Teaching to the Test” Collaborative Team

Upper Math – Closing Out Our Year Strong

Multiplication Is for White People Book Study

2015-16 Q3 Tracks

Designing Rigorous, Culturally Relevant Math Tasks

Engaging Diverse Learners – Differentiation in Mathematics

Collaborative Writing Towards A Growth Mindset

2015-16 Q2/Q1 Tracks

5th-7th Grade Math Development Track

8th-Algebra I Math Development Track

Upper Math Development Track

Emphasizing Student Voice Pilot Development Track

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