10:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m for all Saturdays (registration at 9:30 a.m.)
- October 18, 2014: Supporting Student Ownership of the Common Core Math Practices
- November 15, 2014: Nurturing Student Learning Through Questioning
- February 7, 2015: Differentiation: Extending Math Problems in Meaningful Ways
- March 7, 2015: Literature and Math: Making the Natural Connection
$10 registration fee at the door.
These sessions are open to all. Reservations are required.
Printable flyers (pdfs)
- Saturday Math 2014-2015 overview
Sponsored by the Leadership in Mathematics program, four Saturday morning sessions a year are held on topics relevant to all who teach and learn mathematics. Teachers and administrators from the tri-state area meet for coffee, bagels and a facilitated session on a selected topic in the teaching of mathematics.
The sessions consist of activities and discussion and often provide resource materials. There is ample opportunity to share ideas and concerns with other professionals. Topics may be curriculum specific ("Making the Fraction, Decimal & Percent connection") or instruction specific ("Teaching Mathematics in the Inclusion Classroom").
Instructor: Rebecca Chynsky
My name is Rebecca Chynsky. I am currently a kindergarten teacher at The Brearley School. I am a graduate of The Math Leadership program at Bank Street. I love that math is creative and allows for many pathways to finding definitive solutions. firstname.lastname@example.org
Instructor: Morgan Altman
My name is Morgan Altman. I am currently a math instructional coach at Girls Prep Bronx. I am a graduate of The Math Leadership program at Bank Street. I love that math is about patterns, relationships, discovery, and reflection. email@example.com
Instructor: Jaime Desormeaux
My name is Jaime Desormeaux. I am currently a 7th and 8th grade math teacher at Community Roots Charter School. I am also a student in the Math Leadership program at Bank Street. I love math because there are always multiple ways of arriving at an answer, and the journey of discovery always leads to intellectual and/or personal growth. firstname.lastname@example.org