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Upcoming IM K–12 Math Professional Learning Events

Our network of IM Certified Partners offers professional learning opportunities year round that help educators, coaches, and administrators successfully implement our curriculum and create an engaging mathematics classroom.

CREC

Since 1966, the Capitol Region Education Council (CREC), working with and for its member districts, has developed a wide array of cost-effective and high-quality programs and services to meet the educational needs of children and adults in Greater Hartford.

 

There are no academies scheduled at this time. 

Kendall Hunt

 

Illustrative Mathematics 6–12 Teach & Learn Virtual Professional Learning

August 6–7, 2024

Register for a special virtual professional teach & learn opportunity from Kendall Hunt and Illustrative Mathematics for grades 6-12 teachers and administrators. Facilitated by IM-Certified trainers, the focus of the various sessions include: establishing routines, experiencing the problem-based learning, curriculum overview for teachers and preparing to teach a unit.

Illustrative Mathematics K–5 Teach & Learn Virtual Professional Learning

August 6–7, 2024

Register for a special virtual professional teach & learn opportunity from Kendall Hunt and Illustrative Mathematics for grades K–5 teachers and administrators. Facilitated by IM-Certified trainers, the focus of the various sessions include: establishing routines, experiencing the problem-based learning, curriculum overview for teachers and preparing to teach a unit.

Mathematics Institute of Wisconsin

The Mathematics Institute of Wisconsin provides a full suite of offerings tailored to complement the IM curriculum and build educator capacity to implement the materials with fidelity. Our team of IM Certified Facilitators are ready to support you onsite or online as you implement the IM K–12 Math.

IM 6–12 Math: Teach & Learn – Virtual

July 22–23, 2024

Gain first-hand experience with and confidence in using the IM Math curriculum at this two-day event led by an IM Certified facilitator.

How can educators implement IM Math, a problem-based curriculum, building towards a world where all learners know, use, and enjoy mathematics? This two-day implementation event is designed to get educators ready to teach and learn within problem-based classrooms where student thinking is front and center. This series gives educators first-hand experience with and confidence in using the IM Math curriculum.

IM 360 K-5 Math: Teach & Learn – Virtual

July 30–31, 2024

Gain first-hand experience and fluency with the IM curricula at this online implementation event led by an IM Certified facilitator.

What is a problem-based curriculum and how do I implement it in my classroom? This online implementation event is designed to familiarize teachers with the problem-based lesson structure used in the IM K–5 Math™ curriculum, and to explore specific resources in the materials to support this implementation. Teachers will experience a lesson, investigate and reflect on content and language routines, explore various supports, understand assessment materials, and begin to use student thinking as a vehicle for productive planning. After this training, teachers will be ready to begin using IM K–5 Math in their classrooms.

IM 6–12 Math: Teach & Learn

August 19–20, 2024

Gain first-hand experience with and confidence in using the IM Math curriculum at this two-day event led by an IM Certified facilitator.

How can educators implement IM Math, a problem-based curriculum, building towards a world where all learners know, use, and enjoy mathematics? This two-day implementation event is designed to get educators ready to teach and learn within problem-based classrooms where student thinking is front and center. This series gives educators first-hand experience with and confidence in using the IM Math curriculum.

IM 6-12 Math: Teach & Learn – Virtual

August 21–22, 2024

Gain first-hand experience with and confidence in using the IM Math curriculum at this two-day event led by an IM Certified facilitator.

How can educators implement IM Math, a problem-based curriculum, building towards a world where all learners know, use, and enjoy mathematics? This two-day implementation event is designed to get educators ready to teach and learn within problem-based classrooms where student thinking is front and center. This series gives educators first-hand experience with and confidence in using the IM Math curriculum.

IM 360 K-5 Math: Teach & Learn – Virtual

September 9–10, 2024

Gain first-hand experience and fluency with the IM curricula at this online implementation event led by an IM Certified facilitator.

What is a problem-based curriculum and how do I implement it in my classroom? This online implementation event is designed to familiarize teachers with the problem-based lesson structure used in the IM K–5 Math™️ curriculum, and to explore specific resources in the materials to support this implementation. Teachers will experience a lesson, investigate and reflect on content and language routines, explore various supports, understand assessment materials, and begin to use student thinking as a vehicle for productive planning. After this training, teachers will be ready to begin using IM K-5 and IM360 K–5 Math in their classrooms.

IM 6–12 Math: Teach & Learn – Virtual

September 12–13, 2024

Gain first-hand experience with and confidence in using the IM Math curriculum at this two-day event led by an IM Certified facilitator.

How can educators implement IM Math, a problem-based curriculum, building towards a world where all learners know, use, and enjoy mathematics? This two-day implementation event is designed to get educators ready to teach and learn within problem-based classrooms where student thinking is front and center. This series gives educators first-hand experience with and confidence in using the IM Math curriculum.

IM 6-12 Math: Focus on Building Classroom Community

September 27, 2024

IM Professional Learning for teachers implementing IM 6-12 Math who want to focus on establishing norms and building classroom community.

All students, each with unique knowledge and needs, enter the mathematics learning community as capable learners of meaningful mathematics. How do teachers learn about and leverage their students’ understandings and experiences in order to position and honor each student as a capable learner of mathematics? In this session we will consider structures to build classroom community so that students engage in each phase of the problem-based lesson structure: taking risks, engaging in mathematical discourse, productively struggling through problems, and participating in ways that make their ideas visible.

IM 6-12 Math: Vertical Alignment – Ratio & Proportion

October 25, 2024

The purpose of this session is to uncover and explore the development of slope and linear relationships topics in the curriculum.

Vertical teams of teachers engaged in ongoing deep study will deepen their understanding of coherence in the curriculum.

IM 6-12 Math: Vertical Alignment – Slope & Linear Relationships

October 25, 2024

The purpose of this session is to uncover and explore the development of slope and linear relationships topics in the curriculum.

Vertical teams of teachers engaged in ongoing deep study of IM 6–12 Math who want to deepen their understanding of coherence in the curriculum

IM 6-12 Math: Facilitating Mathematical Discourse

November 4, 2024

Gain an understanding of the 5 Practices and how the curriculum embeds this framework in the materials.

IM 6-12 Math: Grounding Discourse In Student Work

November 4, 2024

Teachers implementing IM 6–12 Math who are familiar with the 5 Practices for Orchestrating Productive Mathematics Discussions framework.

IM 6-12 Math: Using Learning Goals to Inform Instruction

December 12, 2024

This session provides strategies for making instructional decisions during lessons and planning based on the learning goals.

IM 6-12 Math: Vertical Alignment – Expressions & Equations

January 28, 2025

Uncover and explore the development of topics, mathematical diagrams, and representations for expressions and equations in the curriculum.

IM 6-12 Math: Eliciting Student Thinking with Instructional Routines

February 13, 2025

This session provides teachers an opportunity to explore several important instructional routines used in IM Math.

IM 6-12 Math: Vertical Alignment: Reasoning About Functions

March 7, 2025

The purpose of this session is to uncover and explore the development of functions topics in the curriculum.

IM 6-12 Math: Vertical Alignment – Geometry

April 17, 2025

The purpose of this session is to uncover and explore the development of geometry topics in the curriculum.

Michigan Math and Science Leadership Network (MMSLN)

MMSLN offers a suite of learning experiences designed to take educators on a deep-dive of the curriculum to explore problem-based learning and how they can implement it in their classrooms. Educators experience IM Math lessons, practice and rehearse key routines, explore various embedded supports for students with disabilities and English language learners, understand assessment materials and begin to use student thinking as a vehicle for productive planning.

IM® v.360 Teach and Learn July Academy for K-5

July 23–24, 2024

What is a problem-based curriculum and how do I implement it in my classroom?

In this virtual academy, educators explore the problem-based lesson structure used in the IM v.360 curriculum, along with the specific resources in the curriculum to support classroom implementation.

Educators will experience a lesson, investigate and reflect on content and language routines, explore various supports, understand assessment materials, and begin to use student thinking as a vehicle for productive planning. They will gain experience navigating the partner website and learn how to find teacher and student materials. This academy is designed to get educators ready to begin using IM v.360 in their classrooms.

IM v.360 Teach and Learn In-Person Academy for 6-12

August 6–7, 2024

What is a problem-based curriculum and how do I implement it in my classroom?

In this two-day, in-person academy, educators explore the problem-based lesson structure used in the IM v.360 curriculum, along with the specific resources in the curriculum to support classroom implementation.

Educators will experience a lesson, investigate and reflect on content and language routines, explore various supports, understand assessment materials, and begin to use student thinking as a vehicle for productive planning. They will gain experience navigating the partner website and learn how to find teacher and student materials. This academy is designed to get educators ready to begin using IM v.360 in their classrooms.

IM® v.360 Teach and Learn August Academy for 6-12

August 6–7, 2024

What is a problem-based curriculum and how do I implement it in my classroom?

In this virtual academy, educators explore the problem-based lesson structure used in the IM v.360 curriculum, along with the specific resources in the curriculum to support classroom implementation.

Educators will experience a lesson, investigate and reflect on content and language routines, explore various supports, understand assessment materials, and begin to use student thinking as a vehicle for productive planning. They will gain experience navigating the partner website and learn how to find teacher and student materials. This academy is designed to get educators ready to begin using IM v.360 in their classrooms.

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IM v.360 Building Classroom Community & Facilitating Mathematical Discourse In-Person Academy for 6-12

August 8, 2024

How do 6-12 teachers learn about and leverage their students’ understandings and experiences in order to position and honor each student as a capable learner of mathematics?

In this academy, we’ll consider structures to build classroom community so that students engage in each phase of the problem-based lesson structure: taking risks, engaging in mathematical discourse, productively struggling through problems, and participating in ways that make their ideas visible.

We will gain an understanding of the 5 Practices (Anticipate, Monitor, Select, Sequence, Connect), and how the curriculum embeds this framework in the materials to support both teacher planning and student learning. We will also examine a case study which provides an example of what each practice looks like in a classroom discussion.

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IM® Math Teach and Learn August Academy for 6-12

August 8–9, 2024

What is a problem-based curriculum and how do I implement it in my classroom?

In this virtual academy, educators explore the problem-based lesson structure used in the IM Math curriculum, along with the specific resources in the curriculum to support classroom implementation.

Educators will experience a lesson, investigate and reflect on content and language routines, explore various supports, understand assessment materials, and begin to use student thinking as a vehicle for productive planning. They will gain experience navigating the partner website and learn how to find teacher and student materials. This academy is designed to get educators ready to begin using IM Math in their classrooms.

IM® v.360 Teach and Learn August Academy for K-5

August 13–14, 2024

What is a problem-based curriculum and how do I implement it in my classroom?

In this virtual academy, educators explore the problem-based lesson structure used in the IM v.360 curriculum, along with the specific resources in the curriculum to support classroom implementation.

Educators will experience a lesson, investigate and reflect on content and language routines, explore various supports, understand assessment materials, and begin to use student thinking as a vehicle for productive planning. They will gain experience navigating the partner website and learn how to find teacher and student materials. This academy is designed to get educators ready to begin using IM v.360 in their classrooms.

Register