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1. SLIFE Solutions: Integrating Math and ELD

Program: Hourly Workshops

Audience: Math teachers, EL specialists, and Administrators

Dates: 9/18/2024

Meeting Times: 9/18/2024; 12:00pm - 2:30pm

The SLIFE Solutions Workgroup is an opportunity to create a space, a place and a time for math teachers, EL specialists, and administrators to have conversations and share resources around best practices for teaching math to Newcomers and SLIFE. Participants will be working collaboratively to create a framework, plan lessons, and share resources and assessments that build math and language skills for Newcomers and SLIFE. IES Consultants Alana Gerstein, Amanda Galajda, and Jeanne Moylan will be present to facilitate and provide coaching and assistance in math and ELD. This workgroup will meet 3 times in the fall of 2024, with the possibility of extending to additional sessions in the spring of 2025.

Possible topics to explore in each session will include:

- Studying numeracy skills required for Algebra I
- Creating routines for the math classroom to build language
- Comparing strategies for building on students' first language in the math classroom
- Sharing resources for secondary students that develop number sense
- Developing math assessments for SLIFE


#SLIFE #Math #ELD #EL #ML

2. Elementary Math Network

Program: Hourly Workshops

Audience: Math educators, teachers, coaches, and specialists

Dates: 10/3/2024

Meeting Times: 10/3/2024; 1:00pm - 3:30pm

This network is for elementary math education professionals looking to enhance their math teaching practices hosted at the Chester County Intermediate Unit. Educators will gain a comprehensive understanding of the most effective mathematical teaching practices that are in line with the developmental progressions and trajectories of children.

The sessions will be structured to provide participants with opportunities for professional development, networking with other math educators from across the county, and time to create an action plan based on their newly acquired knowledge. By participating in this network, educators will be better equipped to provide their students with high-quality math instruction that supports their learning and success.

#Math
#Network

3. Secondary Math Network

Program: Hourly Workshops

Audience: Math educators, teachers, coaches, and specialists

Dates: 10/3/2024

Meeting Times: 10/03/24; 8:30am - 11:00am

This network is for secondary math education professionals looking to enhance their math teaching practices hosted at the Chester County Intermediate Unit. Educators will gain a comprehensive understanding of the most effective mathematical teaching practices that are in line with the developmental progressions and trajectories of children.

The sessions will be structured to provide participants with opportunities for professional development, networking with other math educators from across the county, and time to create an action plan based on their newly acquired knowledge. By participating in this network, educators will be better equipped to provide their students with high-quality math instruction that supports their learning and success.

#Math
#Network

4. Empowering Math Classrooms: Integrating AI Tools for Engaging Learning Experiences

Program: Hourly Workshops

Audience: Math Teachers, Instructional Coaches

Dates: 10/10/2024

Meeting Times: 10/10/24; 3:30pm - 4:30pm

This is a dynamic workshop specially crafted for K-12 math educators eager to infuse their teaching practices with the transformative potential of Artificial Intelligence (AI). Dive into an exploration of innovative AI-driven teaching strategies tailored to diverse grade levels, immersing yourself in hands-on activities that demonstrate the practical application of cutting-edge AI tools within the math curriculum. Delve into real-world scenarios where AI can solve math challenges, fostering inclusivity and accessibility in the learning process. Join a collaborative community to share experiences, exchange ideas, and leave equipped with a comprehensive toolkit to revolutionize your math classroom, ensuring personalized and equitable learning experiences for all students. Don't miss this opportunity to embrace the future of math education through the integration of AI technology!

#AI
#LDET
#Math

5. SLIFE Solutions: Integrating Math and ELD

Program: Hourly Workshops

Audience: Math teachers, EL specialists, and Administrators

Dates: 10/29/2024

Meeting Times: 10/29/2024; 12:00pm - 2:30pm

The SLIFE Solutions Workgroup is an opportunity to create a space, a place and a time for math teachers, EL specialists, and administrators to have conversations and share resources around best practices for teaching math to Newcomers and SLIFE. Participants will be working collaboratively to create a framework, plan lessons, and share resources and assessments that build math and language skills for Newcomers and SLIFE. IES Consultants Alana Gerstein, Amanda Galajda, and Jeanne Moylan will be present to facilitate and provide coaching and assistance in math and ELD. This workgroup will meet 3 times in the fall of 2024, with the possibility of extending to additional sessions in the spring of 2025.

Possible topics to explore in each session will include:

- Studying numeracy skills required for Algebra I
- Creating routines for the math classroom to build language
- Comparing strategies for building on students' first language in the math classroom
- Sharing resources for secondary students that develop number sense
- Developing math assessments for SLIFE


#SLIFE #Math #ELD #EL #ML

6. SLIFE Solutions: Integrating Math and ELD

Program: Hourly Workshops

Audience: Math teachers, EL specialists, and Administrators

Dates: 12/11/2024

Meeting Times: 12/11/2024; 12:00pm - 2:30pm

The SLIFE Solutions Workgroup is an opportunity to create a space, a place and a time for math teachers, EL specialists, and administrators to have conversations and share resources around best practices for teaching math to Newcomers and SLIFE. Participants will be working collaboratively to create a framework, plan lessons, and share resources and assessments that build math and language skills for Newcomers and SLIFE. IES Consultants Alana Gerstein, Amanda Galajda, and Jeanne Moylan will be present to facilitate and provide coaching and assistance in math and ELD. This workgroup will meet 3 times in the fall of 2024, with the possibility of extending to additional sessions in the spring of 2025.

Possible topics to explore in each session will include:

- Studying numeracy skills required for Algebra I
- Creating routines for the math classroom to build language
- Comparing strategies for building on students' first language in the math classroom
- Sharing resources for secondary students that develop number sense
- Developing math assessments for SLIFE


#SLIFE #Math #ELD #EL #ML

7. Elementary Math Network

Program: Hourly Workshops

Audience: Math educators, teachers, coaches, and specialists

Dates: 12/17/2024

Meeting Times: 12/17/2024; 1:00pm - 3:30pm

This network is for elementary math education professionals looking to enhance their math teaching practices hosted at the Chester County Intermediate Unit. Educators will gain a comprehensive understanding of the most effective mathematical teaching practices that are in line with the developmental progressions and trajectories of children.

The sessions will be structured to provide participants with opportunities for professional development, networking with other math educators from across the county, and time to create an action plan based on their newly acquired knowledge. By participating in this network, educators will be better equipped to provide their students with high-quality math instruction that supports their learning and success.

#Math
#Network

8. Secondary Math Network

Program: Hourly Workshops

Audience: Math educators, teachers, coaches, and specialists

Dates: 12/17/2024

Meeting Times: 12/17/24; 8:30am - 11:00am

This network is for secondary math education professionals looking to enhance their math teaching practices hosted at the Chester County Intermediate Unit. Educators will gain a comprehensive understanding of the most effective mathematical teaching practices that are in line with the developmental progressions and trajectories of children.

The sessions will be structured to provide participants with opportunities for professional development, networking with other math educators from across the county, and time to create an action plan based on their newly acquired knowledge. By participating in this network, educators will be better equipped to provide their students with high-quality math instruction that supports their learning and success.

#Math
#Network

9. Elementary Math Network

Program: Hourly Workshops

Audience: Math educators, teachers, coaches, and specialists

Dates: 2/27/2025

Meeting Times: 2/27/2025; 1:00pm - 3:30pm

This network is for elementary math education professionals looking to enhance their math teaching practices hosted at the Chester County Intermediate Unit. Educators will gain a comprehensive understanding of the most effective mathematical teaching practices that are in line with the developmental progressions and trajectories of children.

The sessions will be structured to provide participants with opportunities for professional development, networking with other math educators from across the county, and time to create an action plan based on their newly acquired knowledge. By participating in this network, educators will be better equipped to provide their students with high-quality math instruction that supports their learning and success.

#Math
#Network

10. Secondary Math Network

Program: Hourly Workshops

Audience: Math educators, teachers, coaches, and specialists

Dates: 2/27/2025

Meeting Times: 2/27/25; 8:30am - 11:00am

This network is for secondary math education professionals looking to enhance their math teaching practices hosted at the Chester County Intermediate Unit. Educators will gain a comprehensive understanding of the most effective mathematical teaching practices that are in line with the developmental progressions and trajectories of children.

The sessions will be structured to provide participants with opportunities for professional development, networking with other math educators from across the county, and time to create an action plan based on their newly acquired knowledge. By participating in this network, educators will be better equipped to provide their students with high-quality math instruction that supports their learning and success.

#Math
#Network

11. Empowering Math Classrooms: Integrating AI Tools for Engaging Learning Experiences

Program: Hourly Workshops

Audience: Math Teachers, Instructional Coaches

Dates: 3/20/2025

Meeting Times: 3/20/25; 3:30pm - 4:30pm

This is a dynamic workshop specially crafted for K-12 math educators eager to infuse their teaching practices with the transformative potential of Artificial Intelligence (AI). Dive into an exploration of innovative AI-driven teaching strategies tailored to diverse grade levels, immersing yourself in hands-on activities that demonstrate the practical application of cutting-edge AI tools within the math curriculum. Delve into real-world scenarios where AI can solve math challenges, fostering inclusivity and accessibility in the learning process. Join a collaborative community to share experiences, exchange ideas, and leave equipped with a comprehensive toolkit to revolutionize your math classroom, ensuring personalized and equitable learning experiences for all students. Don't miss this opportunity to embrace the future of math education through the integration of AI technology!

#AI
#LDET
#Math

12. Avoiding the Trap of Algorithms

Program: Hourly Workshops

Audience: K-12 Math educators

Dates: 4/9/2025

Meeting Times: Wednesday, April 9, 2025, 8 AM to 3 PM

Facilitated by Pam Harris, International Math Consultant and Author of Math is Figuroutable"

Algorithms are amazing historic achievements, but they are terrible teaching tools. If mathematics teaching is not about mimicking algorithms, then what? Join author Pam Harris to experience real math-ing, where we teach students to reason like mathematicians and get better results for more students.

The session begins with participants experiencing what it looks like and feels like to mathematize the way mathematicians do. Small groups will discuss how this experience relates to their own learning and their current classrooms. Then we'll explore together the hierarchy of domains of mathematical reasoning (counting strategies, additive thinking, multiplicative reasoning, proportional reasoning, and functional reasoning), how these domains build on each other, and how we can maximize class time to help students develop reasoning (which includes content). We will discuss the limiting effects on students development of mimicking certain algorithms. We'll then exemplify what it can look like to help students develop the main reasoning domains by using the instructional routine, Problem Strings. Participants will leave with sample Problem Strings to try with their students.

Pam Harris is changing the way we view and teach mathematics. She is a mom, a former high school math teacher, a university lecturer, an author, and a mathematics teachers educator. Real Math is thinking mathematically, not just mimicking what a teacher does. Pam helps leaders and teachers to make the shift that supports students to learn Real Math.

After March 10, 2025, the full fee will be assessed for dropped enrollments or no-shows.



#Math #leadership

13. Elementary Math Network

Program: Hourly Workshops

Audience: Math educators, teachers, coaches, and specialists

Dates: 5/22/2025

Meeting Times: 5/22/2025; 1:00pm - 3:30pm

This network is for elementary math education professionals looking to enhance their math teaching practices hosted at the Chester County Intermediate Unit. Educators will gain a comprehensive understanding of the most effective mathematical teaching practices that are in line with the developmental progressions and trajectories of children.

The sessions will be structured to provide participants with opportunities for professional development, networking with other math educators from across the county, and time to create an action plan based on their newly acquired knowledge. By participating in this network, educators will be better equipped to provide their students with high-quality math instruction that supports their learning and success.

#Math
#Network

14. Secondary Math Network

Program: Hourly Workshops

Audience: Math educators, teachers, coaches, and specialists

Dates: 5/22/2025

Meeting Times: 5/22/25; 8:30am - 11:00am

This network is for secondary math education professionals looking to enhance their math teaching practices hosted at the Chester County Intermediate Unit. Educators will gain a comprehensive understanding of the most effective mathematical teaching practices that are in line with the developmental progressions and trajectories of children.

The sessions will be structured to provide participants with opportunities for professional development, networking with other math educators from across the county, and time to create an action plan based on their newly acquired knowledge. By participating in this network, educators will be better equipped to provide their students with high-quality math instruction that supports their learning and success.

#Math
#Network