Please join us for the FREE Virtual ADE Summit 2020 this June. Here is the schedule for math-focused sessions on June 17th which include Margaret “Peg” Smith and Jennifer Bay-Williams.
This is a great opportunity to strengthen instructional strategies to help students learn mathematics. There are sessions for all audiences and grade levels.Certificates of attendance are given for registering and attending live webinars or listening to recorded webinars.
If you would like to contribute to a repository of curricular supports aligned to the Arkansas Technical Math for College and Career standards https://nam03.safelinks.protec
(7-12) Math Teacher 4 Day School Week
· Tyler Scott
· 501 Pine Bluff Highway
· England, Arkansas 72046
· Phone: 501-842-2996
Dear Teachers and Teacher Leaders of Arkansas,
These past few weeks have been a challenging time for a lot of us math educators as we transition to Alternative Modes of Instruction (AMI) in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. At the University of Central Arkansas, we would like to better understand what we can do to support the K-12 teachers throughout the state in their mathematics instruction during this unprecedented event. As such, we are conducting a brief anonymous survey (at most ten minutes) about your teaching context, challenges, current support, and what additional support we may be able to provide for you. We understand that you may be overwhelmed and managing a lot in your own life as well as the lives of your students. We would like to be able to support you in any way that we can and would greatly appreciate if you would be able to take a quick anonymous survey:
We are very thankful for your dedication to your students, especially at this time.
Math Educators- Join our ADE DESE team of math specialists in Little Rock! Make a difference across the entire state by leading efforts related to math standards and curriculum, effective teaching practices, professional learning, and more. This position is a secondary math focus. Posting closes April 1st.
Arkansas STEM Coaltion
The Arkansas Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) Coalition is a statewide partnership of leaders from the corporate, education, government and community sectors which plans, encourages, coordinates and advocates policies, strategies, and programs supportive of excellence in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) teaching and learning in order to expand the economy of Arkansas and produce higher paying jobs.
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