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K12

Foundations of Math

Foundations of Math is a professional development training course, developed at North Carolina Department of Public Instruction, Exceptional Children’s Division, focused on a model for number sense and designed to develop teachers’ mathematical content knowledge and ability to deliver a coherent mathematical message through instruction.

Making Mathematics Meaningful Through Collaboration Conference

This annual conference brings together Michigan math educators—including general and special education teachers, interventionists, coaches, administrators, consultants, and support staff—for one day of learning and sharing.

Foundations of Math: Teaching Students with Significant Disabilities

This course is designed to develop teachers' mathematical content knowledge and ability to deliver a coherent mathematical message through instruction while specifically focusing on the unique needs of students with significant disabilities.

Delta Math

The Delta Math Response to Intervention (RtI) Program is a research-informed set of tools developed by the Ottawa Area ISD to help schools implement a multi-tiered system of supports in mathematics from kindergarten through Algebra 1.

Rethink Possibilities: Alt+Shift Summer Institute 2017

The Summer Institute includes a TED-style conference, breakout sessions, and two-day offerings centered around ideas that turn classrooms into successful learning environments for ALL students.

Middle School

Enhancing Mathematics Instruction for Students With Learning Difficulties: Algebraic Expressions & Equations

A team of math and special educators from the non-profit Education Development Center, Inc. (EDC) originally developed this course with funding from the National Science Foundation (NSF). The course was tested and modified to meet specific needs of Michigan. This offering for middle grades math and special educators is designed to improve instruction for students who struggle with mathematics.