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As we engage in professional development with teachers mathematics teaching & learning, we have found that asking three questions is a crucial place to begin the work with any group. As you think about the teaching and learning teams you are a part of, consider these three questions:

Who are we?
Why are we doing this?
Why are doing this this way?

NCTM’s Guiding Principles for School Mathematics states that, “Professionalism [exists] in an excellent mathematics program, [when] educators hold themselves and their colleagues accountable for the mathematical success of every student and for their personal and collective professional growth toward effective teaching and learning of mathematics” (Principles to Actions p.5 - NCTM 2014). How are we holding our collective accountability in shared professional growth?
Join us for discussion and engagement around job-embedded professional learning across PreK-G12 mathematics!

When: Tuesday, June 18, 2019 · 09:00:00 PM · Eastern Time (US & Canada)
Duration: 1 hour
Language: English
Who can attend? Everyone
Webinar ID: 80a3a83a7949
Dial-in available? (listen only): No
Featured Presenters
Webinar hosting presenter Megan  Holmstrom
Megan Holmstrom is an independent consultant with MathSpeakGlobal, working in PreK-G12 mathematics teaching & learning, with an emphasis mathematics teaching practices that impact student learning outcomes. Megan also currently serves on NCTM’s...
Webinar hosting presenter S. Leigh Nataro
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I am a mother, wife and high school math teacher. I currently teach at Kent Place School in Summit, NJ and my favorite class to teach is AP Statistics! This is my 26th year of teaching and I am a Desmos fellow and Desmos certified presenter....
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We are math teachers who share what we've learned, because we don't want our classes to drain the energy from students. Professional development among friends, not just colleagues. Fun! Immediately useful! Interesting!