The Association of Mathematics Teachers of New Jersey (AMTNJ) is offering 17 full-day professional development institutes. Learn to model mathematics in the classroom, assess students formatively, create new lesson plan ideas, and much more. The cost is $149 for the first workshop and $119 for each additional workshop.

All workshops will be from 8:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. with a half-hour break for lunch. Please bring your lunch; light refreshments will be provided.

Seats are limited. Payment must be received two weeks prior to the summer institute. To receive a refund for a participant’s cancellations, AMTNJ must receive written notice two weeks prior to the workshop. AMTNJ reserves the right to cancel one week prior to an institute if the registration number is not met.

If you have any questions, email amtnj@juno.com and diannamsopala@yahoo.com.

To register, and for additional information, visit amtnj.org/2019-summer-institutes.

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• Part 2: Mathematics for ALL. July 10, West Windsor-Plainsboro Public Schools

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• Part 2: Number Sense & Operations: Fractions. July 19, Rutgers University Hill Room 525, New Brunswick
• Part 3: Number Sense & Operations: Problem Solving. July 26, Rutgers University Hill Room 525, New Brunswick

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• July 30, West Windsor-Plainsboro Public Schools

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Wonder–Full and Event–Full Probability in Grades 5 – 10
• Aug. 1, Kent Place School, Summit

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•Aug. 8, North Hunterdon High School

Using Desmos to Teach Algebra 2 and Pre-Calculus
• Aug. 14, North Hunterdon High School

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