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Math Leadership Network

A helping community for current teacher leaders, administrators, coaches, and curriculum developers to meet and learn from one another.

The Math Leadership Network (MLN) offers 3 program options for participants to get together and build capacity for working with colleagues to improve mathematics achievement in their local contexts.

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We’re excited to offer the following programs during the 2020-2021 school year.

Teacher Leader Community

A community of teacher leaders interested in improving their classroom practice as well as exploring leadership opportunities to help build capacity in their school or district environments.

Launch

Teachers who will be participating in the Teacher Leader Community for their first year should look forward to:

  • Participation in a summer book club
  • One full day of orientation held in August
  • Attending 8 meetings held after school hours throughout the school year
  • Exploring and implementing effective practices in mathematics classrooms
  • Exploring and promoting interest in RMC programs through a Leadership Initiative
  • Receiving 3 PD credits (optional, self-paid)

Returning Teachers

Teachers returning to the Teacher Leader Community should look forward to:

  • Attending 6 meetings held after school hours throughout the year
  • Exploring and implementing effective practices in mathematics classrooms
  • Choosing a leadership initiative based on RMC, school, or district needs
  • Receiving 2 PD credits (optional, self-paid)

Coaching Cooperative

A cooperative of instructional coaches interested in improving their math coaching practice through a guided study and implementation of learned practices.

  • 2 paid PD credits available (self-paid)
  • 1 full-day meeting
  • 4 half-day meetings: (one per quarter)
  • Implementation and reflection of a coaching cycle
  • Choose a RMC Leadership Initiative based on school or district needs. Leadership stipends possible.

Focus Groups

Structured half-day meetings where participants will consider current trends in mathematics education and form flexible discussion groups around those topics. These meetings are ideal for teacher leaders, coaches, and administrators.

  • 1 paid PD credit (self paid) available with focus group reflection
  • 3 half-day meetings (Fall, Winter, and Spring)