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Summer Math Institute

High-quality free workshops for teachers of mathematics, including paid professional development credit and participation stipends.

The Boise State Regional Math Center is excited to join the Modeling and Data Analysis Literacy (MoDAL) project in offering free summer workshops at Boise State University’s main campus.  In Summer 2020, the online program includes 4 modules for Grades 6-12 math and science teachers, with 2 paid PD credits and a $400 stipend.

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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.

Building Number Sense (Grades K-2)

IMT Module Workshop, facilitated by Lauren Lucas (Boise Schools).

Fraction Representations (Grades 3-5)

IMT Module Workshop, facilitated by Amber Van Vooren (Vallivue Schools).

Univariate Data (Grades 6-7)

MoDAL Workshop, facilitated by Lindsey Yundt (Boise State).

Expressions and Equations (Grades 6-8)

MoDAL Workshop, facilitated by Ramey Uriarte (Boise State).

Curve Fitting (Grades 8-12)

MoDAL Workshop, facilitated by Marti Dinkleman (Boise Schools) & Jerod Morehouse (Boise Schools).

Financial Literacy (Grades 10-12)

MoDAL Workshop, facilitated by Tatia Totorica (Boise State) & Jennifer Eldred (Kuna Schools).

Mathematical Quality of Instruction (Grades K-12)

MQI Workshop facilitated by Michele Carney (Boise State) & Joe Champion (Boise State).

Summer Workshops (Grades 6-12)

Modeling and Data Analysis (MoDAL)

Since 2016, 500+ teachers have completed MoDAL workshops, creating dozens of classroom activities, completed by tens of thousands of Idaho children.

Learn more about MoDAL