Students grapple with a variety of concepts and understandings as they grow as mathematicians. Our K-12 workshops delve into mathematics content and instructional practices that address key areas of learning and development, so that teachers feel better equipped to provide meaningful math experiences for their students.
Math Content Courses K-12
Content & Skills for Classroom Success
Current K-12 Offerings
Let's Get Curious! Exploring Wisconsin's Revised Standards for Mathematics
In June of 2010, Wisconsin adopted new math standards that were a substantial shift from math standards of the past. Now, just over a decade later, a team of teachers and leaders from Wisconsin have revised and updated the math standards to support and position students as doers of mathematics.
Join us for this one-day workshop and explore what these revisions mean for you and your students, school, and district. Leave with the tools to begin developing an action plan with priorities to support others in exploring the new standards in the upcoming school year.
Conversations about Effective and Equitable Math Instruction Post Pandemic
The Math Institute is excited to welcome special guest presenters Tracy Frank & Melissa Thomley for this one day workshop designed to help you reflect on the realities of your current math program and classroom instruction post-pandemic.
Developing Young Mathematicians - Early Learning Workshop Series
A growing body of research shows that early math ability is a predictor of later academic success in all areas. So how do we develop our youngest mathematicians? Our early learning workshop series, “Developing Young Mathematicians,” explores foundational math concepts for kids ages 3-6. Participants will explore and discuss how kids think about and learn math, and how teachers can tap in to young learners’ natural curiosities and the power of play to develop mathematical thinking.
- Counting & Number Sense
- Shapes & Spatial Reasoning
- Adding & Subtracting
Deep dive into the math content you’ve always wanted to learn more about in a supportive and collaborative setting. Summer Institutes provide an extended format for in-depth study of specific math content along with classroom applications.