Supporting Math Learning
This 7-week online course focuses on the teacher’s role in supporting the range of learners in K-5 mathematics classrooms. « Return to Online Courses
Summer course: September 27–November 14, 2017
Tuition: $500 per participant
Have Questions? Contact us to learn more, for information on hosting a workshop, or to have a conversation about which offering might be best given your particular situation/needs.
In This Course, Participants…
- explore ways to create a classroom community that supports math learning, encourages productive struggle, and frames mistakes as important learning opportunities
- consider ways to ensure that students are regularly sharing, comparing, and making connections to others’ ideas
- focus on enacting the CCSS Mathematical Practices to ensure that students become mathematically proficient
- engage in mathematics
- analyze classroom videos, readings, and interactive demonstrations
- analyze questions and instructional moves that are productive and extend, deepen, and invite math reasoning
- examine ways to make students’ thinking and learning visible, and to use assessment to guide instruction and learning
Through this course I have learned how important it is to understand what I am seeing and hearing—in terms of my students’ understandings and misunderstandings about the math at hand.
— SML Online Course Participant
Who Should Attend
K-5 teachers, coaches, and other support staff benefit from thinking about how to best support mathematics learning for all students.
Receive a certificate indicating 40 clock hours upon completion of the course.
Apply for 3 graduate credits through Framingham State University, for an additional fee of $225 paid to FSU. Information and applications are available the first week of the course.