NCTM Math Education Webinars

07/11/2017 11:05 AM | Anonymous

FREE Math Education Webinars

Summer is a great time to refresh and recharge. Catch up on reading, interact with peers online, and get teaching tips to bring back to your classroom this fall. This month, NCTM has two new opportunities to learn and collaborate with your colleagues. 


Dive deeper into topics presented in recent messages from NCTM President Matt Larson or learn about new NCTM publications in one of our upcoming webinars. In July, Webinar Wednesdays will discuss STEM education and the recently released publication, Enhancing Classroom Practice with Research behind Principles to Actions.


Join us for these free webinars and share your insights before, during, and after the events on social media with the hashtag #NCTMLive. Join your peers in the mathematics education community and let's learn together!

SMS_2901(1).jpg?r=1492627769989Webinar Series: President's Messages

Math Education Is STEM Education

July 19 | 7:00 p.m. ET


In this webinar, NCTM President Matt Larson discusses design principles which would ensure that an effective science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) program builds mathematics understanding. Larson's argument is that there is only one fundamental and critical design principle necessary. We will address this more during this webinar.   


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Webinar Series: Author Talks

Enhancing Classroom Practice with Research behind Principles to Actions

July 26 | 7:00 p.m. ET

14787.jpgEnhancing Classroom Practice with Research behind Principles to Actions summarizes and synthesizes the research behind each of the guiding principles and essential elements of Principles to Actions: Ensuring Mathematical Success for All and offers examples of what they can look like in classroom practice. During this webinar the editors will provide an overview of the book and describe the various ways in which classroom teachers, teacher educators, instructional coaches, and administrators might use the book. Then we will delve into specific examples from a few chapters to illustrate the direct connections between Principles to Actions, research, and classroom practice.

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