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Regional Math Center

Improving student achievement in mathematics through local partnerships and high quality professional development.

The Boise State RMC is one of four Idaho Regional Mathematics Centers formed in partnerships among the Idaho State Department of Education and Idaho’s Institutions of Higher Education to provide deep, sustained, and effective mathematics professional development for educators in Idaho.

COVID-19: Online Math Teaching Resources District Guidance

Apply for 2020 Virtual MoDAL Summer Institute

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This year’s Summer Math Institute is a paid online professional development experience for Grades 6-12 math and science teachers in Idaho, June 15-25, 2020. Applications were due May 15, with selection decisions sent via email by May 22, 2020.

May 15 Deadline to Apply

This year’s Summer Math Institute is a paid online professional development experience for Grades 6-12 math and science teachers in Idaho, June 15-25, 2020.

Teaching Mathematical Thinking

TMT Courses

Explore how to use students’ thinking in the teaching of mathematics. TMT courses satisfy the MTI course requirement in State of Idaho teaching (re)certification.

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Professional Development Offerings

RMC professional development offerings combine the latest research on improving student math achievement with sustained local partnerships to offer high quality, accessible programs for local teachers and teacher-leaders.

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Mathematical Quality of Instruction Tool

Analyze classroom practice

Interactive Math Teaching (IMT) Modules

Unpack key math concepts

Math Leadership Network

Helping community for instructional leaders

Lesson Study

Cycles of planning, teaching, and revising with peers

Book Study

Facilitated peer-led conversation around engaging texts.

Math Education Learning (MEL) Communities

Explore a contemporary topic in your local setting
New Project

ROOT - Researching Order of Teaching

Funded by a $3 million grant from the NSF, ROOT brings together 100 teachers to improve Grades 6-8 students’ math achievement in modeling and problem solving by studying effective sequencing of instructional strategies.

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