Scaling the Teaching Curve
A PCMI Teacher Leadership Program Weekend Experience
Free professional development for middle school and high school math teachers
Experience the IAS/Park City Mathematics Institute’s (PCMI) Teacher Leadership Program (TLP) during the academic year. A weekend workshop where you will do mathematics, think about teaching and share in professional development activities.
Middle and high school teachers are invited. Enrollment is limited and first come, first served, so register now! There is no registration fee. Past PCMI TLP participants will be asked to bring a colleague to reach out and share the PCMI experience with the broader community. Support for overnight accommodations is available for those with difficult commutes to and from the workshop.
2018-2019 Scheduled Teacher Leadership Program Workshops:
San Diego, CA - December 1-2, 2018
Jersey City, NJ - February 9, 2019 - NEW One Day Workshop!
Edinburg, TX - February 22-23, 2019 - CLICK HERE to Register!
Orlando, FL - March 2-3, 2019 - CLICK HERE to Register!
Detroit, MI - March 9-10, 2019 - CLICK HERE to Register!
Washington, DC - March 16, 2019 - NEW One Day Workshop! CLICK HERE to Register!
Chicago, IL - March 23, 2019 - NEW One Day Workshop! CLICK HERE to Register!
Duluth, MN - March 30-31 2019 - CLICK HERE to Register!
Participants will exercise mathematical habits of mind such as exploring mathematical ideas, uncovering relations, and discovering patterns. Come enjoy well crafted, low threshold high ceiling tasks working with colleagues; don’t expect lectures! Renew your passion for mathematics by learning new material in an engaging and collaborative environment.
Reflecting on Practice
Teaching consists of many moving parts including choosing tasks, managing discussions, providing feedback, and motivating students to learn. In these sessions, participants will deeply consider aspects of teaching informed by recent research and classroom case studies, always grounded in mathematics content. Work collaboratively with colleagues to explore how to better enable your students to grow as mathematics learners.
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