University of Pennsylvania Graduate School of Education

Teaching Math Responsively

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Wednesday, August 19, 2020 - Friday, August 21, 2020


Penn GSE Virtual Institutes bring Penn's faculty and resources to teachers, educators and leaders across the globe. In these innovative professional learning modules, participants engage in real-time, online group sessions as well as reflect and learn at their own pace in asynchronous sessions. Institutes typically span three consecutive half days, allowing participants to accelerate their learning while continuing to fulfill their professional obligations.


About the Program

The Teaching Math Responsively Institute equips teachers with practical strategies and techniques to engage their students in high-cognitive demand activities and rich disciplinary practices.


This Institute addresses the powerful shifts seen in math classrooms across the country to support student discourse and help students engage with the Standards for Mathematical Practice.

Developed for K-8 math teachers and instructional coaches, this program will draw on usable research and best practices to help prepare teachers to facilitate engaging math classroom routines that are responsive to student thinking and support mathematical habits of mind. Teacher will leave this Institute with a plan for successfully implementing math routines in their classrooms.

 

Follow-up virtual sessions will be help on October 3 and November 7th to discuss and review the implementation process.


What You'll Gain
  • Knowledge of effective teaching strategies to engage students in rigorous and meaningful discourse around mathematical content in grades K-8
  • Practice facilitating 'Number Talks' and other responsive math routines
  • Plan to implement responsive math routines in your classroom

Who Should Enroll
  • Educators who teach or support K-8 math instruction

Key Topics
  • Establishing norms for mathematical thinking and reasoning
  • Questioning and probing strategies
  • Representing student thinking with visual models
  • 'Number Talks' and other responsive math routines

 


Faculty
Dr. Caroline Ebby

Dr. Caroline Ebby

Adjunct Associate Professor

Teaching, Learning, and Leadership Division

Senior Researcher at CPRE
Penn Graduate School of Education

 

Dr. Janine Remillard

Dr. Janine Remillard

Professor

Teaching, Learning, and Leadership Division

Faculty Director of Teacher Education
Penn Graduate School of Education


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Duration

3 days

 


Structure

Daily synchronous sessions: 4:00–7:00pm ET

Asynchronous pre- and post-session work: 2 hours per day

Follow-up virtual sessions:
Saturday, October 3, 2020
Saturday, November 7, 2020


Cost

Standard rate: $600
Early bird rate: $450.00*
Group rate: $450.00 per person**

*Early bird rate available until 7/22/2020
**Group rate available for 4+ from the same organization. Click here to request a group rate.


Location

Online


Contact Us
Please contact ProfessionalLearning@gse.upenn.edu with any questions about the Virtual Institutes.

Cancellation and Refund Policy

If you have to cancel your registration prior to the program's start date, you will receive a fee credit, valid for one year, for a future Penn GSE Virtual Institute. If Penn GSE must cancel your registration, we will refund your payment in full, or you may request a fee credit as above.