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Martin Luther King, Jr.
Building Teacher Capacity to Support Mathematical Reasoning and Language Acquisition in English Learning Students
In the face of rapidly increasing population of English learning (EL) students enrolled at Martin Luther King Jr. Middle School, we plan to meet the need
Visualizing Mathematics Through Desmos Technology
Research tells us that in order for our math brain to grow, we (teachers and students) need to make visual connections to math. Yet, most of our department learned our math and got our teaching credentials years ago, when the on
Building Urban Independence, Leadership, and Desire for (BUILD) Success
BUILD Success is a unique program that addresses the whole student. Students will grow academically, culturally, and emotionally by participating in a STEAM (science, technology, engineering, art, and mathematics)
Sunland Elementary School
Arizona State University-led Professional Development
Our 6th-8th grade mathematics teachers have consistently performed above the district average, but we would like to see a stronger performance from our students in those grades when compared to the state, particularly in the
Lake Nona STEM Consortium: Improving Mathematics Instruction Through Lesson Study
A collaborative learning team of elementary, middle, and high school teachers will use lesson study to practice and analyze mathematics differentiated small group instructional strategies. The team will evaluate s
Neelsville Middle School
Growth Mindset: Learning by Doing
With the emphasis on the Standards for Mathematical Practices, our students are destined to become problem-solvers. To this end, our goal is to provide our teachers professional development opportunities which will equip them with the knowledge