Math and Smarter Balanced Professional Development

The Maine Department of Education invites all teachers of mathematics to attend a regional professional development session on:

Connecting Classroom Instruction to the Mathematics Claims of the Smarter Balanced Assessment System for Grades K-5 and 6-12

 Presenters: Michele Mailhot, Maine DOE Mathematics Specialist and Dan Hupp, Mathematics Consultant

These full-day grade-span sessions will focus on the 8 Mathematics Teaching Practices discussed in Principles to Actions: Ensuring Mathematics Success for All. During this session participants will develop an understanding of how these teaching practices support student learning in mathematics and the connections to the Mathematics Claims outlined in the Smarter Balanced Assessment System.

 Cost: $30.00 per person (includes coffee, lunch, and materials including an eBook copy of Principles to Action: Ensuring Mathematics Success for All).

Time: Registration begins at 8:30, Session: 9:00 am – 3:00 pm

Sign up here for a session closest to you! Space is limited!

Registration deadline is January 30, 2015!

(Confirmed registrations are nonrefundable.)

 

Location Date Grade Span
Fireside Inn & Suites, Portland February 3, 2015 K-5
Fireside Inn & Suites, Portland February 4, 2015 6-12
T & B’s Celebration Center, Waterville February 5, 2015 K-5
T & B’s Celebration Center, Waterville February 10, 2015 6-12
Jeff’s Catering, Brewer February 11, 2015 K-5
Jeff’s Catering, Brewer February 12, 2015 6-12

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