Kentucky Center for Mathematics

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Event Name:Foundations for Middle: Grade 8 - Franklin County - Dee Crescitelli (2018-19)
Event Type(s):Middle School

KCM is proud to offer middle school educators impactful professional learning experiences (PLEs). Foundations for Middle: Grade 8 is a FREE four day experience offered in two 2-day sessions. Participants will gain a greater understanding of how to support students in developing algebraic and functional reasoning. This PLE will focus on standards in the Expressions & Equations (EE) and Functions (F) strands.

Participants will:

  • Identify Big Ideas embedded in middle school Kentucky Academic Standards for Mathematics and Standards for Mathematical Practice.
  • Use instructional strategies to improve critical thinking, problem solving, and classroom discourse.
  • Explore evidence-based instructional strategies that can be used to help all students.
  • Receive resources such as ready-made activities, manipulatives, books, etc.

Participants should be Kentucky 7th or 8th grade educators and are expected to attend all 4 days of the professional learning experience. Teachers who work with 9th grade students are welcome, but the content focus will be predominantly on 8th grade standards. 

Session 1: February 20, 2019
Session 2: February 21, 2019
Session 3: April 10, 2019
Session 4: April 11, 2019

Cost: Free!

Registration will no longer be available for this event after 11:59 p.m. on January 9, 2019.

Click here to view the PLE Cancellation Policy.

Event Date:2/20/2019 - 2/21/2019
4/10/2019 - 4/11/2019
Event Time:9:00 AM - 4:00 PM Eastern
Location:Best Western Parkside Inn
80 Chenault Road
Frankfort, KY 40601

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Contact Person:Dee Crescitelli
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2/20/2019 - 2/21/2019
4/10/2019 - 4/11/2019
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