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.

Kendall Hunt

Upcoming IM Academies with Kendall Hunt:

Illustrative Mathematics K–5 & 6–12 Teach & Learn Virtual Professional Learning

June 14, 2022 Register for two special virtual professional teach & learn opportunities from Kendall Hunt and Illustrative Mathematics for grades K–5 & 6–12 teachers and administrators. Facilitated by IM-Certified trainers, the focus of each of the sessions cover an assortment of learning goals and objectives.

Illustrative Mathematics K–5 & 6–12 Teach & Learn Virtual Professional Learning

August 9, 2022

Register for two special virtual professional teach & learn opportunities from Kendall Hunt and Illustrative Mathematics for grades K–5 & 6–12 teachers and administrators. Facilitated by IM-Certified trainers, the focus of each of the sessions cover an assortment of learning goals and objectives.

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 6–8 Math: Teach & Learn

June 21–23, 2022

During this online curriculum launch event, teachers and coaches will be guided by an IM certified facilitator as they gain first-hand experience and fluency with the IM Math curriculum.

IM 9–12 Math: Teach & Learn

June 28–30, 2022

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

IM 6–12 Math: Teach & Learn

August 2–4, 2022

During this online curriculum launch event, teachers and coaches will be guided by an IM certified facilitator as they gain first-hand experience and fluency with the IM Math curriculum.

IM 6–12 Math: Teach & Learn

August 9 & 10, 2022

During this two-day curriculum launch event, teachers and coaches will be guided by an IM Certified facilitator as they gain first-hand experience and fluency with the IM Math Curriculum.

IM K–5 Math: Teach & Learn

August 11 & 12, 2022

What is a problem based curriculum and how do I implement it in my classroom? In this session, teachers will explore the design structure of the IM curriculum and lesson plan. They will experience a lesson, practice and rehearse 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 the IM K–5 Curriculum effectively in their classrooms.

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 Math™ Teach and Learn
June Academy | 6–12 Virtual

June 14, 2022

How can establishing instructional routines set the tone for a positive math experience in a problem-based classroom? The purpose of this session is to invite teachers into the curriculum by examining how instructional routines are used in lessons. Teachers experience key instructional routines from IM Math and then have a chance to plan or rehearse a routine they can use with students immediately. Teachers explore the conditions that support these instructional routines to be successful, leading to classrooms where students are sharing their thinking and actively comparing their ideas to their classmates’ ideas.

IM Math™ Teach and Learn
June Academy | K–5 Virtual

June 21–22, 2022

What is a problem-based curriculum and how do I implement it in my classroom? The purpose of these sessions is 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. They will gain experience navigating the partner website and learn how to find teacher and student materials. After this training, teachers will be ready to begin using IM K–5 Math in their classrooms.

IM Math™ Teach and Learn
July Academy | 6–8 Virtual

July 12, 2022

How can educators implement IM Math, a problem-based curriculum, building towards a world where all learners know, use, and enjoy mathematics? The purpose of this implementation series is 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 Math™ Teach and Learn
July Academy | 9–12 Virtual

July 19–20, 2022

How can educators implement IM Math, a problem-based curriculum, building towards a world where all learners know, use, and enjoy mathematics? The purpose of this implementation series is 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 Math™ Teach and Learn
July Academy | K–5 Virtual

July 26–27, 2022

What is a problem-based curriculum and how do I implement it in my classroom? The purpose of these sessions is 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. They will gain experience navigating the partner website and learn how to find teacher and student materials. After this training, teachers will be ready to begin using IM K–5 Math in their classrooms.

IM Math™ Teach and Learn
August Academy | K–5 Virtual

August 8–9, 2022

What is a problem-based curriculum and how do I implement it in my classroom? The purpose of these sessions is 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. They will gain experience navigating the partner website and learn how to find teacher and student materials. After this training, teachers will be ready to begin using IM K–5 Math in their classrooms.

IM Math™ Teach and Learn
August Academy | 6–8 Virtual

August 15–16, 2022

How can educators implement IM Math, a problem-based curriculum, building towards a world where all learners know, use, and enjoy mathematics? The purpose of this implementation series is 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 Math™ Teach and Learn
August Academy | 9–12 Virtual

August 17–18, 2022

How can educators implement IM Math, a problem-based curriculum, building towards a world where all learners know, use, and enjoy mathematics? The purpose of this implementation series is 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.