Mathematics Professional Development & Resources

Mathematics 2019-20 Professional Learning

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Routines for Reasoning

ALL SCUSD teachers are invited to engage and collaborate with colleagues in grade-band segments for a five-part learning series focused on understanding and implementing routines that promote mathematical reasoning and foster the Standards for Mathematical Practice.

Space is limited so register as soon as possible!
https://tinyurl.com/RFR2019-20

Sessions will be held at Serna Center on Wednesdays from 4:00-6:00pm

  • Jan. 22 – Capturing Quantities
  • Feb. 19 – Recognizing Repetition
  • Mar. 18 – Three Reads
  • Apr. 22 – Connecting Representations
  • May 13 – Decide and Defend

Teachers who attend will have the option of receiving individualized support with classroom implementation.

There is no requirement to attend all five sessions. Upon completion of any two sessions you can receive a copy of Routines for Reasoning, the book that provided the basis for this series.

Participants will be paid at the per session rate or may earn hours towards salary advancement.

SCUSD Math Mini-Conference

“We are all math people”

Who: All interested SCUSD teachers

What: A free math conference designed by SCUSD teachers for SCUSD teachers

  • Ignites (Don’t know what these are? You are in for a treat!)
  • Two break-out sessions – Lead by SCUSD teachers
  • Closing session – Lunch will be served

Where: SCUSD school site, TBD

When: Saturday, April 25, 2020, from 8:00am to 1:00pm 

Why: We have a wealth of expertise right here in our own SCUSD classrooms – This is an opportunity to share!

See the flyer below for proposal submission, pre-registration, etc.

SCUSD Hosts SVMI’s Math PD Sessions-Open to All Teachers of Mathematics!

Sessions are 8:00-3:00 at Serna Center, with a light breakfast and lunch provided.  Interested teachers need to register with SVMI (registration link). Sub costs will be covered by request prior to the event from your Math Specialist or Mikila Fetzer, your Math Coordinator.

  • Tuesday, Jan. 21, 2020
  • Tuesday, Feb. 25, 2020