RMC Staff work closely with district partners to develop and implement high quality professional development connecting the research on improving student math achievement with the expertise of local teachers, teacher-leaders, and administrators.
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ROOT - Researching Order of Teaching
Improving Grades 6-8 students’ mathematics achievement in modeling and problem solving through effective sequencing of instructional practices.
Interactive Math Teaching Modules
Dig deeper into grade-band focused strands of mathematics content. Participation includes cycles of meeting with colleagues, followed by implementation in the classroom and reflection.
Join a cohort of teachers working in teams through cycles of planning, observing, revising, and reflecting on lessons. Includes teaching and observing lessons with peers.
Math Leadership Network
Join a helping community for current teacher leaders, administrators, coaches, and curriculum developers to meet and learn from one another. Features options for building capacity to work with colleagues on improving math achievement based on your current role.
Mathematical Quality of Instruction
Try a classroom observation tool for analyzing instruction in terms of math practices, student interaction, rich content, student errors, and links between activities and learning goals.
Read and discuss a selected math education book through 6 scheduled meetings with a self-organized group. Includes assistance from RMC staff and accountability partners for implementing ideas in classrooms.
Math Education Learning Communities
Learn more about an important contemporary topic in mathematics education. Includes reading and reflection, along with facilitated discussion with colleagues.