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1. NW Curriculum Leader Network

Program: RPDC - Northwest

Location: 5 Varies (Maryville/St Joseph, MO)

Audience: Curriculum leaders, Building leaders, Teacher leaders

Dates: 9/8/2023 to 4/10/2024

This network will provide information about current trends and issues in curriculum, instruction and assessment. Participants will be informed about current happenings at DESE, such as: literacy updates, math updates, MO Leap Blocks, State assessment information, etc. Time will be allowed to share ideas of what is working in districts to help improve learning.

2. Early Childhood Network

Program: RPDC - Kansas City

Location: 3 KCRPDC-Union Station (Kansas City, MO) [map]

Audience: Early childhood teachers, administrators, coaches, process coordinators.

Dates: 9/21/2023 to 4/11/2024

Early childhood educators will join together quarterly. Topics may include, but not be limited to English Learners, social emotional, ELA, math, ECSE, First Steps, and DESE updates. Time will be scheduled at each meeting for networking with one another.

$80 (Member) or $100 (Non-Members) Fee includes parking and registration for all four of the networking sessions.

3. Math Collaborative Group

Program: RPDC - Southeast

Location: 1 Catapult (Cape Girardeau, MO) [map]

Dates: 9/28/2023 to 3/7/2024

This 4-part series is designed for instructional coaches, teacher leaders, and interventionists who support the teaching and learning of mathematics. The focus will be on increasing student engagement through research-based best practices to impact student learning. Participants will have the added opportunity of networking with others, sharing resources, and building their leadership capacity.

4. Jr. High/ High School Math Network

Program: RPDC - Southeast

Location: 1 Catapult (Cape Girardeau, MO) [map]

Dates: 10/24/2023 to 3/6/2024

This two part series is intended for math teachers grades 7-12. The focus of the group will be to share research based teaching strategies, new resources, and examine the progression of learning math skills as students progress from Kindergarten up to you. Participants will have the opportunity to network and collaborate with other teachers who teach the same content/ courses as you. This is a great opportunity for veteran teachers to build their leadership capacity and for new teachers to learn from their peers.

5. K-12 Math Network

Program: RPDC - Northwest

Location: 5 Northwest Missouri State University (Maryville, MO) [map]

Audience: K-12 Math Teachers

Dates: 10/24/2023 to 3/5/2024

Come learn engaging strategies to develop your students' critical thinking skills. This network will focus on implementing strategies, routines and tasks to engage students in active learning, connecting math knowledge, and facilitating student communication through talking and writing.

In these sessions, participants will learn about the eight mathematical practices as outlined by NCTM. Educators will dig deeper into:
* the importance of each practice.
* examples and non-examples of each practice.
* tasks associated with each practice.
* implementation strategies for each practice.
* teacher takeaways and resources for each practice.

Lunch provided. Graduate credit available.

6. SC RPDC ELA/Math Network (PM Session: ELA Literacy)

Program: RPDC - South Central

Location: 6 S&T Phelps Health Annex E101 Seminar Room (Rolla, MO) [map]

Audience: District curriculum leaders, instructional coaches and teachers and administrators in the South Central region

Dates: 2/14/2024

This ELA session will provide opportunities for area educators to network with other schools in the South Central region. The session will consist of 3 components: DESE Updates, Structured Networking Activities, and Breakout Sessions on Focus areas for K-3 and 4-12.

The Network offers a series of 3 events in 2024 -- February 14, September 24, and November 19. Participants are encouraged to register and attend each of the sessions. The cost is $5.00 for a half-day session and lunch is on your own. Participants must register for the ELA and Math portions separately.

If you are attending a workshop for which you have not registered, a late fee will be applied.

7. MAPing Your Way to a Proficient Math Student

Program: RPDC - Southeast

Location: 1 Southeast Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship (Cape Girardeau, MO) [map]

Dates: 2/28/2024

Starting Today
This full-day workshop is open to any math teacher. We will be focusing on research-based instructional strategies and planning that aligns to Missouri Learning Standards. The group will examine DESE documents, tools, and resources that can help teachers as they work to deepen their level of questioning on assessments.

8. Math Roundtable for K-12 (for math leaders: Principals, Coaches, Interventionists, or Teachers)

Program: RPDC - Heart of MO - Regional Professional Development Center

Location: B116, Assessment Resource Center, 2800 Maguire Blvd, Columbia MO 65211 (Columbia, MO)

Dates: 2/28/2024

Starting Today

This session is designed for the math leaders in your building, whether that be a Principal, Coach, Interventionist, or Teacher. We are planning to offer multiple Round Table sessions throughout the year. While the subjects discussed will vary from session to session, the overall intent is to offer a collaborative atmosphere where it is less about "presenters” and "participants”, and more about whole-group discussions.

In these sessions we will:

**Provide an update on the various DESE Resources available to your school/district.

**Provide an opportunity for participants to network with leaders from other districts in the Central Region.

**Discuss effective teaching practices/strategies.

**Discuss activity/technology ideas and how they can be implemented in the classroom.

9. Introduction to Fluency (K-12)

Program: RPDC - Central

Location: 9 Central RPDC (Warrensburg, MO) [map]

Audience: Math Teachers

Dates: 3/5/2024

Starting Soon
What does mathematical fluency mean to you? Some might define it as a quick answer, but it is so much more than that! This PD will address how teachers can encourage students to use, work with, and explore numbers in flexible ways. By focusing on meaningful mathematics lessons, teachers are better able to create mathematically fluent students through the understanding of numbers and how they work with each other, rather than rote memorization.

In this PD we will:
**Show how you can increase fluency by building your students' number sense.
**Show how to let your students enjoy and learn mathematics in non-threatening ways.
**Discuss various strategies, tasks, and games that can help develop your students' fluency without creating fear and math anxiety.

Choose to attend sessions for the full day if you would like. Introduction to Math Practices (K-12) will be offered for the afternoon session for this day.

10. Teaching Math to English Learners K-12

Program: RPDC - Heart of MO - Regional Professional Development Center

Location: B116, Assessment Resource Center, 2800 Maguire Blvd, Columbia MO 65211 (Columbia, MO)

Dates: 3/5/2024

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Math includes numbers AND language. When teaching students whose second (or third) language is English the challenge to teach math is more difficult. This workshop will offer different instructional strategies that teachers can use to help ELs be more successful in math class. Attention to differences in language, culture and previous educational experiences of EL students will be integrated into the workshop. Networking with other math teachers of ELs is also a benefit of attending the workshop.

There will be time for participants to work on adjusting assignments, tests, etc. to better accommodate English Learners.

11. Introduction to Math Practices (K-12)

Program: RPDC - Central

Location: 9 Central RPDC (Warrensburg, MO) [map]

Audience: Math Teachers

Dates: 3/5/2024

Starting Soon
ou may have noticed in the past couple years that your state test data has included a new column labeled "Practices”. This column is referencing the 8 Math Practices and attempts to match each test question to the Math Practice it most closely aligns with. If you would like to learn about what these 8 Math Practices are and how they develop mathematically proficient students, then this is the PD for you. In this PD we will: **Provide an introduction to what the 8 Math Practices are. **Discuss the role of the 8 Math Practices in your classroom and your end-of-year tests


Choose to attend sessions for the full day if you would like. Introduction to Fluency (K-12) will be offered for the morning session for this day.

12. Taking the Fear Out of Fluency in Grades 3-5

Program: RPDC - Kansas City

Location: 3 KCRPDC-Union Station (Kansas City, MO) [map]

Audience: Grades 3-5 Teachers, Instructional Coaches, Administrators

Dates: 3/7/2024

Fluency is more than just helping students memorize their math facts, it requires conceptual understanding of the operations, understanding properties, and having a variety of ways to solve a problem. In this workshop you will develop an understanding of what it means for students to demonstrate fluency in grades 3-5 and leave with engaging games and routines designed to support students in reasoning flexibly, working efficiently, and computing accurately.

Cost: $20 per participant

13. Unpacking the Math Practices (Elementary)

Program: RPDC - Agency for Teaching, Leading and Learning

Location: Park Central Office Building (ROOM 112) (Springfield, MO)

Audience: k-5 teachers, coaches, interventionists, special ed teachers

Dates: 3/7/2024

If I asked you to make a list of all the characteristics of a good mathematician, your list would look strikingly similar to the 8 Math Practices. So why aren't these practices at the forefront of our instruction? Let's talk about how to make the math practices the star of our show! Cost: $20 Breakfast and parking included

14. Fraction Fluency (Addition and Subtraction)

Program: RPDC - Heart of MO - Regional Professional Development Center

Location: B116, Assessment Resource Center, 2800 Maguire Blvd, Columbia MO 65211 (Columbia, MO)

Dates: 3/15/2024

This math session is dedicated to mastering the teaching of addition and subtraction of fractions while building a strong conceptual foundation of fractions. Participants will discover and engage in hands-on and visual techniques and activities to break down the complexities of fraction addition and subtraction. At the end of the workshop the participants will have a strategies toolkit that will promote fraction sense and numeracy for their students.

(This session is not solely for those that teach fraction addition and subtraction. Grades 6-9 teachers that want to reinforce fraction operations might also want to attend!)

15. Fraction Fluency (Multiplication and Division)

Program: RPDC - Heart of MO - Regional Professional Development Center

Location: B116, Assessment Resource Center, 2800 Maguire Blvd, Columbia MO 65211 (Columbia, MO)

Dates: 3/15/2024

This math session builds on the strong conceptual foundation of fractions while progressing past addition and subtraction to multiplication and division. Participants will connect abstract fraction concepts to models to aid in contextual understanding. They will leave with intuitive methods to simplify and explain the processes of fraction multiplication and division.

(This session is not solely for those that teach fraction multiplication and division. Grades 6-9 teachers that want to reinforce fraction operations might also want to attend!)

16. Unpacking the Math Practices (Secondary)

Program: RPDC - Agency for Teaching, Leading and Learning

Location: Park Central Office Building (Springfield, MO)

Audience: 6-12 teachers, coaches, interventionists, special ed teachers

Dates: 3/21/2024

If I asked you to make a list of all the characteristics of a good mathematician, your list would look strikingly similar to the 8 Math Practices. So why aren't these practices at the forefront of our instruction? Let's talk about how to make the math practices the star of our show! Cost: $20 Breakfast and parking included

17. Build Flexible Math Minds

Program: RPDC - Northeast

Location: 4 Truman State University (Kirksville, MO)

Audience: Math Teachers Grades 6-12

Dates: 3/21/2024

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This workshop is geared toward Grades 6-12 Math Teachers.

DATE: Thursday, March 21, 2024

TIME: 9:00am-3:00pm

LOCATION: Truman State University TBA

COST: $60 - morning refreshments and lunch included

The aim of this workshop is to provide teachers with concrete examples of methods and routines that boost students' ability to think flexibly in math. The focus will be on empowering educators to instill confidence and adaptability in their students when tackling mathematical problems. Participants will explore the significance of mathematical fluency and how teachers can utilize their resources to foster fluency in students.

18. Fraction Fluency Roundtable

Program: RPDC - Northeast

Location: 4 Truman State University (Kirksville, MO)

Audience: Anyone interested in learning more about teaching fractions

Dates: 3/28/2024

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DATE: Thursday, March 28, 2024

TIME: 9:00am-3:00pm

LOCATION: Truman State University TBA

COST: $60 - morning refreshments and lunch included

This workshop will bring participants together to have the opportunity to discuss their successes and concerns about teaching fractions. Participants should come prepared to share fraction lessons &/or activities they have done with students, which ones worked/which ones didn't, and why they believe so. Participants will leave with new ideas and best practices from other teachers, as well as a few nuggets thrown in that the NE RPDC Math Consultants have uncovered in their work.

19. Math Roundtable for K-12 (for math leaders: Principals, Coaches, Interventionists, or Teachers)

Program: RPDC - Heart of MO - Regional Professional Development Center

Location: B116, Assessment Resource Center, 2800 Maguire Blvd, Columbia MO 65211 (Columbia, MO)

Dates: 4/3/2024

This session is designed for the math leaders in your building, whether that be a Principal, Coach, Interventionist, or Teacher. We are planning to offer multiple Round Table sessions throughout the year. While the subjects discussed will vary from session to session, the overall intent is to offer a collaborative atmosphere where it is less about "presenters” and "participants”, and more about whole-group discussions.

In these sessions we will:

**Provide an update on the various DESE Resources available to your school/district.

**Provide an opportunity for participants to network with leaders from other districts in the Central Region.

**Discuss effective teaching practices/strategies.

**Discuss activity/technology ideas and how they can be implemented in the classroom.

20. Focus on Math Fluency: Games (elementary)

Program: RPDC - Agency for Teaching, Leading and Learning

Location: Park Central Office Building (ROOM 112) (Springfield, MO)

Audience: k-5 teachers, coaches, interventionists, special ed teachers

Dates: 4/4/2024

Let's bring FUN to math class! In this workshop, we will explore the effectiveness of games as fluency practice and look at where to find them, how to use them, and what students learn from them. Cost: $20 Breakfast and parking included

21. Using Base Ten Blocks in Grades 1-3

Program: RPDC - Central

Location: 9 Central RPDC (Warrensburg, MO) [map]

Audience: 1st Grade Teachers, 2nd Grade Teachers, 3rd Grade Teachers

Dates: 4/5/2024

This professional development opportunity is designed for 1st through 3rd grade teachers. Are you looking for fun ways to engage your students while deepening their mathematical understandings? Base ten blocks are an effective tool to deepen place value understanding and aid in instruction of addition and subtraction. Join us for some hands-on learning and discover ways to model and use base ten blocks with your students to create conceptual understanding with your students.

In this PD, we will:
**Dive deeper into the Concrete, Pictorial, Abstract (CPA) framework for understanding through the use of models and manipulatives
**Provide ideas and materials for activities to take back to the classroom

22. Manipulatives and Models for Multiplication and Division in Grades 3-5

Program: RPDC - Central

Location: 9 Central RPDC (Warrensburg, MO) [map]

Audience: 3rd grade teachers, 4th grade teachers, 5th grade teachers

Dates: 4/5/2024

This professional development opportunity is designed for 3rd through 5th grade teachers. Are you looking for fun ways to engage your students while deepening their mathematical understandings? Base ten blocks are an effective tool to deepen place value understanding and aid in instruction of multiplication and division. Join us for some hands-on activities and discover ways to model and use base ten blocks with your students to create conceptual understanding with whole numbers.

In this PD, we will:
**Dive deeper into the Concrete, Pictorial, Abstract (CPA) framework for understanding through the use of models and manipulatives
**Provide ideas and materials for activities to take back to the classroom

23. Focus on Math Fluency: Games (Secondary)

Program: RPDC - Agency for Teaching, Leading and Learning

Location: Park Central Office Building (ROOM 112) (Springfield, MO)

Audience: 6-12 teachers, coaches, interventionists, special ed teachers

Dates: 4/11/2024

Let's bring FUN to math class! Games are particularly effective for secondary students, yet they are used less often. In this workshop, we will explore the value of games as fluency practice and look at where to find them, how to use them, and what students learn from them. Cost: $20 Breakfast and parking included

24. Math Leaders Round Table (K - 12)

Program: RPDC - Central

Location: 9 Central RPDC (Warrensburg, MO) [map]

Audience: Math Teachers

Dates: 4/15/2024

This session is designed for the math leaders in your building, whether that be a Principal, Coach, Coordinator, or Teacher. We are planning to offer multiple Round Table sessions throughout the year. Currently, we have Round Tables planned for February 1 and April 15, 2024. While the subjects discussed will vary from session to session, the overall intent is to offer a collaborative atmosphere where it is less about "presenters” and "participants”, and more about whole-group discussions.

In these sessions we will:
**Provide an update on the various DESE Resources available to your school/district.
**Provide an opportunity for participants to network with leaders from other districts in the Central Region.
**Discuss effective teaching practices/strategies.
**Discuss activity/technology ideas and how they can be implemented in the classroom.

25. Let's Celebrate Math! (elementary)

Program: RPDC - Agency for Teaching, Leading and Learning

Location: Park Central Office Building (Springfield, MO)

Audience: k-5 teachers, coaches, interventionists, special ed teachers

Dates: 5/2/2024

This workshop is an opportunity to reflect on the highs and lows of math class along with your peers. Join math teachers from across the region to troubleshoot issues and plan a course of action for next year. Cost: $20 Breakfast and parking included

26. Let's Celebrate Math! (Secondary)

Program: RPDC - Agency for Teaching, Leading and Learning

Location: Park Central Office Building (ROOM 112) (Springfield, MO)

Audience: 6-12 teachers, coaches, interventionists, special ed teachers

Dates: 5/9/2024

This workshop is an opportunity to reflect on the highs and lows of math class along with your peers. Join math teachers from across the region to troubleshoot issues and plan a course of action for next year. Cost: $20 Breakfast and parking included

27. Putting the Practices into Action (with John SanGiovanni)

Program: RPDC - Northwest

Location: 5. St Joseph (St Joseph, MO)

Audience: K-12 Math Educators

Dates: 6/26/2024

Mathematically proficient students understand mathematics conceptually, use procedures with fluency, and apply what their skills to solve problems. They also call on processes and practices to thrive in college and career as well as their everyday lives. Teaching these practices can be hard. This workshop is a deep dive into these mathematical practices, helping teachers understand what they are and how to bring them to life in the mathematics classroom. The workshop unpacks what the practices look like and provides a wealth of instructional practices for infusing them. The workshop will also feature strategies for developing number sense and problem solving. Classroom-ready resources will be shared so that participants can help their students
*make sense of problems
*reason abstractly and quantitatively
*construct viable arguments
*model with mathematics
*use tools strategically
*attend to precision
*make use of structure
*express repeated reasoning

Lunch included

Optional 1 hour graduate credit available if you take an additional learning training and complete additional course work for both. For example, this can be paired with any of the Math Practice Trainings being offered on June 27, July 10, July 17, and July 24.

28. What Students Do Fostered by How You Teach Math - Session 1

Program: RPDC - Northwest

Location: 5. St Joseph (St Joseph, MO)

Audience: K-12 Math Educators

Dates: 6/27/2024

Are your students making connections in math class? Do they have the stamina needed to persevere through challenging problems? Can they share their thinking in multiple ways? Come learn engaging strategies to develop your students' critical thinking skills. Each session will focus on specific math practices through implementing strategies, routines and tasks to engage students in active learning, connecting math knowledge, and facilitating student communication through talking and writing. Collectively, participants will learn about the eight mathematical practices as outlined by NCTM.

June 27
Session 1: Math Practice 3 (Critical Thinking/Justify Reasoning) + Math Practice 6 (Communicate and Compute w/ Precision)

July 10
Session 2: Math Practice 2 (Reason Contextually and Abstractly) + Math Practice 5 (Use of Tools Effectively & Strategically)

July 17
Session 3: Math Practice 1 (Persevere and Problem Solve) + Math Practice 8 (Look for and Express Repeated Reasoning)

July 24
Session 4: Math Practice 4 (Modeling Real-World Situations) + Math Practice 7 (Use of Structures and Patterns)

*The above may be taken as a single session or in any combination of two to four sessions.

Lunch on your own

Optional 1 hour graduate credit available if you take an additional learning training and complete additional course work for both.

29. What Students Do Fostered by How You Teach Math - Session 2

Program: RPDC - Northwest

Location: 5. St Joseph (St Joseph, MO)

Audience: K-12 Math Educators

Dates: 7/10/2024

Are your students making connections in math class? Do they have the stamina needed to persevere through challenging problems? Can they share their thinking in multiple ways? Come learn engaging strategies to develop your students' critical thinking skills. Each session will focus on specific math practices through implementing strategies, routines and tasks to engage students in active learning, connecting math knowledge, and facilitating student communication through talking and writing. Collectively, participants will learn about the eight mathematical practices as outlined by NCTM.

June 27
Session 1: Math Practice 3 (Critical Thinking/Justify Reasoning) + Math Practice 6 (Communicate and Compute w/ Precision)

July 10
Session 2: Math Practice 2 (Reason Contextually and Abstractly) + Math Practice 5 (Use of Tools Effectively & Strategically)

July 17
Session 3: Math Practice 1 (Persevere and Problem Solve) + Math Practice 8 (Look for and Express Repeated Reasoning)

July 24
Session 4: Math Practice 4 (Modeling Real-World Situations) + Math Practice 7 (Use of Structures and Patterns)

*The above may be taken as a single session or in any combination of two to four sessions.

Lunch on your own

Optional 1 hour graduate credit available if you take an additional learning training and complete additional course work for both.

30. What Students Do Fostered by How You Teach Math - Session 3

Program: RPDC - Northwest

Location: 5. St Joseph (St Joseph, MO)

Audience: K-12 Math Educators

Dates: 7/17/2024

Are your students making connections in math class? Do they have the stamina needed to persevere through challenging problems? Can they share their thinking in multiple ways? Come learn engaging strategies to develop your students' critical thinking skills. Each session will focus on specific math practices through implementing strategies, routines and tasks to engage students in active learning, connecting math knowledge, and facilitating student communication through talking and writing. Collectively, participants will learn about the eight mathematical practices as outlined by NCTM.

June 27
Session 1: Math Practice 3 (Critical Thinking/Justify Reasoning) + Math Practice 6 (Communicate and Compute w/ Precision)

July 10
Session 2: Math Practice 2 (Reason Contextually and Abstractly) + Math Practice 5 (Use of Tools Effectively & Strategically)

July 17
Session 3: Math Practice 1 (Persevere and Problem Solve) + Math Practice 8 (Look for and Express Repeated Reasoning)

July 24
Session 4: Math Practice 4 (Modeling Real-World Situations) + Math Practice 7 (Use of Structures and Patterns)

*The above may be taken as a single session or in any combination of two to four sessions.

Lunch on your own

Optional 1 hour graduate credit available if you take an additional learning training and complete additional course work for both.

31. What Students Do Fostered by How You Teach Math - Session 4

Program: RPDC - Northwest

Location: 5. St Joseph (St Joseph, MO)

Audience: K-12 Math Educators

Dates: 7/24/2024

Are your students making connections in math class? Do they have the stamina needed to persevere through challenging problems? Can they share their thinking in multiple ways? Come learn engaging strategies to develop your students' critical thinking skills. Each session will focus on specific math practices through implementing strategies, routines and tasks to engage students in active learning, connecting math knowledge, and facilitating student communication through talking and writing. Collectively, participants will learn about the eight mathematical practices as outlined by NCTM.

June 27
Session 1: Math Practice 3 (Critical Thinking/Justify Reasoning) + Math Practice 6 (Communicate and Compute w/ Precision)

July 10
Session 2: Math Practice 2 (Reason Contextually and Abstractly) + Math Practice 5 (Use of Tools Effectively & Strategically)

July 17
Session 3: Math Practice 1 (Persevere and Problem Solve) + Math Practice 8 (Look for and Express Repeated Reasoning)

July 24
Session 4: Math Practice 4 (Modeling Real-World Situations) + Math Practice 7 (Use of Structures and Patterns)

*The above may be taken as a single session or in any combination of two to four sessions.

Lunch on your own

Optional 1 hour graduate credit available if you take an additional learning training and complete additional course work for both.

32. Math Fluency (K-5)

Program: RPDC - Northwest

Location: 5. St Joseph (St Joseph, MO)

Audience: K-5 Math Educators

Dates: 8/7/2024

State standards require students to demonstrate fluency, but what does that really mean? Fluency is more than a quick answer; it requires conceptual understanding of operations and properties along with students' knowledge of various strategies and representations. Join us to learn how to give each student access to the knowledge and power to become skilled and confident mathematical thinkers and doers. By the end of the session, participants will:

* Understand the definition and big ideas of fluency
* Investigate strategies for efficient and flexible learners
* Learn and play fluency games and routines for classroom use

Lunch on your own

Optional 1 hour graduate credit available if you take an additional learning training and complete additional course work for both.

33. SC RPDC ELA/Math Network (AM Session: ELA Literacy)

Program: RPDC - South Central

Location: 6 S&T Phelps Health Annex E101 Seminar Room (Rolla, MO) [map]

Audience: District curriculum leaders, instructional coaches and teachers and administrators in the South Central region

Dates: 9/24/2024

This ELA session will provide opportunities for area educators to network with other schools in the South Central region. The session will consist of 3 components: DESE Updates, Structured Networking Activities, and Breakout Sessions on Focus areas for K-3 and 4-12.

The Network offers a series of 3 events in 2024 -- February 14, September 24, and November 19. Participants are encouraged to register and attend each of the sessions. The cost is $5.00 for a half-day session and lunch is on your own. Participants must register for the ELA and Math portions separately.

If you are attending a workshop for which you have not registered, a late fee will be applied.

34. SC RPDC ELA/Math Network (PM Session: Math)

Program: RPDC - South Central

Location: 6 S&T Phelps Health Annex E101 Seminar Room (Rolla, MO) [map]

Audience: District curriculum leaders, instructional coaches and teachers and administrators in the South Central region

Dates: 9/24/2024

This Math session will provide opportunities for area educators to network with other schools in the South Central region. The session will consist of updates on DESE assessment and other projects, overviews of high-impact mathematics instructional practice across K-12, and structured opportunities for networking with other educators who support mathematics learning.

The Network offers a series of 3 events in 2024 -- February 14, September 24, and November 19. Participants are encouraged to register and attend each of the sessions. The cost is $5.00 for a half-day session and lunch is on your own. Participants must register for the ELA and Math portions separately.

If you are attending a workshop for which you have not registered, a late fee will be applied.

35. SC RPDC ELA/Math Network (AM Session: Math)

Program: RPDC - South Central

Location: 6 S&T Phelps Health Annex E101 Seminar Room (Rolla, MO) [map]

Audience: District curriculum leaders, instructional coaches and teachers and administrators in the South Central region

Dates: 11/19/2024

This Math session will provide opportunities for area educators to network with other schools in the South Central region. The session will consist of updates on DESE assessment and other projects, overviews of high-impact mathematics instructional practice across K-12, and structured opportunities for networking with other educators who support mathematics learning.

The Network offers a series of 3 events in 2024 -- February 14, September 24, and November 19. Participants are encouraged to register and attend each of the sessions. The cost is $5.00 for a half-day session and lunch is on your own. Participants must register for the ELA and Math portions separately.

If you are attending a workshop for which you have not registered, a late fee will be applied.

36. SC RPDC ELA/Math Network (PM Session: ELA Literacy)

Program: RPDC - South Central

Location: 6 S&T Phelps Health Annex E101 Seminar Room (Rolla, MO) [map]

Audience: District curriculum leaders, instructional coaches and teachers and administrators in the South Central region

Dates: 11/19/2024

This ELA session will provide opportunities for area educators to network with other schools in the South Central region. The session will consist of 3 components: DESE Updates, Structured Networking Activities, and Breakout Sessions on Focus areas for K-3 and 4-12.

The Network offers a series of 3 events in 2024 -- February 14, September 24, and November 19. Participants are encouraged to register and attend each of the sessions. The cost is $5.00 for a half-day session and lunch is on your own. Participants must register for the ELA and Math portions separately.

If you are attending a workshop for which you have not registered, a late fee will be applied.