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Reviewing Universal Mathematics Instruction

February 19, 2020

Location
CESA 7 – Green Bay
Time
08:30 am - 03:30 pm
Presenter
Heidi Erstad
Co-Presenter
SharmaƩ Roberts

During this 3-day, team-based training, school teams will learn how to refine their school-wide implementation of strong universal mathematics instruction. This is a great opportunity for district-wide alignment.

Training Dates:
February 19, 20 & March 18, 2020

Objectives:

  • Understand what is required of Wisconsin Standards for Mathematics with a focus on the Standards for Mathematical Practice.
  • Recognize the importance of systemic practices in instruction, collaboration, and assessment at the universal level.
  • Learn about Wisconsin’s Guiding Principles for Teaching and Learning in the Mathematics Classroom and examine the school’s/district’s status for each.
  • Analyze, prioritize, and plan around actions that will have a positive impact on student learning.

Audience:

  • School or district teams of three or more people, including a cross representation of teachers, mathematics instructors/specialists, mathematics coaches, special educators, instructional leaders, building administrators, district curriculum administrators.
  • Teams should include a decision maker and are required to attend all three days of training.

Cost: $225 per participant. Fee includes registration breakfast, networking lunch, materials, and textbooks for all training sessions.
Contact: Rachel Denning
Contact Email: denningr@wisconsinrticenter.org
Contact Phone: 715-720-2077

Resource: Reviewing Universal Reading Instruction Flyer 2019-20