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

  Jan. 7: A Day with the SAT, Grades 9-12

  Jan. 8: A Visual-Spatial Approach to Achieving Success in Algebra, Grades 6-9

  Jan. 17: How to Use NAEP in the Classroom, Grades 4-12

  Jan. 30: Equitable Mathematics Instruction and Teaching Mathematics for Social Justice, Grades K-12

  Jan. 31: Changing the Pathways for Math, Grades 6-12

Registration and information: tinyurl.com/AMTNJ-DIMACS-HS-2019-2020A

Middle School Workshops

  Jan. 8: A Visual-Spatial Approach to Achieving Success in Algebra, Grades 6-9

  Jan. 16: Differentiating Instruction in Math: “It’s not as hard as you think!”, Grades 6-8

  Jan. 17: How to Use NAEP in the Classroom, Grades 4-12

  Jan: 30. Equitable Mathematics Instruction and Teaching Mathematics for Social Justice, Grades K-12

 
Jan. 31: Changing the Pathways for Math, Grades 6-12

Registration and information: tinyurl.com/AMTNJ-DIMACS-MS-2019-2020A

Elementary School Workshops

  Jan. 10: Multiplication and Division Concepts and Development of Calculation Fluency, Grades 3-5

  Jan. 17: How to Use NAEP in the Classroom, Grades 4-12

  Jan. 27: Intervention Strategies for Struggling Learners in Mathematics, Grades 3-5

  Jan. 30: Equitable Mathematics Instruction and Teaching Mathematics for Social Justice, Grades K-12

Registration and information: tinyurl.com/AMTNJ-DIMACS-Elem-2019-2020A

For more information or questions, contact AMTNJ at amtnj@juno.com.

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