he 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 April. Direct online registration for all workshops can be accessed at tinyurl.com/AMTNJ-DIMACS-2019-2020. Workshops in May can be reviewed at the indicated websites:

High school workshops

April 2 – Teaching and Learning in a Heterogeneous Math Class: “Is it really possible?”, Grades 9-12

April 3 – Differentiated Instructional Strategies for Teaching Math, Grades 7-12

April 17 – Creative Differentiated STEAM Projects for Middle and High School Students, Grades 5-12

April 27 – Teaching Algebra, Precalculus and Calculus with GeoGebra, Grades 9-12

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

Middle school workshops

April 3 – Differentiated Instructional Strategies for Teaching Math, Grades 7-12

April 15 – Algebraic Thinking, Grades 6-8

April 17 – Creative Differentiated STEAM Projects for Middle and High School Students, Grades 5-12

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

Elementary school workshops

April 24 – Differentiated Instructional Strategies for Teaching Math, Grades K-6

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

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

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