The Association of Mathematics Teachers of New Jersey (AMTNJ), with the cooperation of the Rutgers Department of Mathematics and the Center for Discrete Mathematics and Theoretical Computer Science (DIMACS), is offering math workshops for elementary, middle and high school teachers. The workshops are held on Rutgers’ Busch Campus and run from 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.

Following are workshops offered in January. Workshops in February through May can be reviewed at the indicated websites.

High school workshops

Friday, Feb. 1 – Bringing Sustainability into the Mathematics Classroom, Grades 9-12

Tuesday, Feb. 5 – Mathematics and Art: Perfect Together—Don’t Teach Art Instead of Math, Teach Math with Art! Grades 6-10

Monday, Feb. 11 – Math Modeling, Grades 6-10

Friday, Feb. 15 – Project Based Learning for Algebra Students, Grades 7-9

Tuesday, Feb. 19 – Formative Assessment, Productive Struggle, and Student Discourse, Grades 6-12

Wednesday, Feb. 20 – Using Technology in the Math Classroom, Grades 7-12

Thursday, Feb. 21 – Using Data in a Mathematics Classroom to Drive Instruction, Grades 7-12

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Middle school workshops

Tuesday, Feb. 5 – Mathematics and Art: Perfect Together—Don’t Teach Art Instead of Math, Teach Math with Art! Grades 6-10

Monday, Feb. 11 – Math Modeling, Grades 6-10

Thursday, Feb. 14 – Fraction and Decimal Concepts and Their Calculations, Grades 3-6

Friday, Feb. 15 – Project Based Learning for Algebra Students, Grades 7-9

Tuesday, Feb. 19 – Formative Assessment, Productive Struggle, and Student Discourse, Grades 6-12

Thursday, Feb. 21 – Using Data in a Mathematics Classroom to Drive Instruction, Grades 7-12

Wednesday, Feb. 20 – Using Technology in the Math Classroom, Grades 7-12

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Elementary school workshops

Thursday, Feb. 14 – Fraction and Decimal Concepts and Their Calculations, Grades 3-6

Tuesday, Feb. 26 – Geometry Investigations with GeoGebra, Grades 2-5

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