The Center for Mathematics Achievement offers high quality, engaging professional development events and workshops throughout the year.
The Center for Mathematics
Achievement offers a variety of professional development events,
including summer institutes and workshops.
We hold mathematics workshop series several times a year that will help
you boost your math skills and increase both your competence and your
confidence. 2016-17 mathematics workshops.
We collaborate with districts to offer courses at various sites in Massachusetts, open and available to anyone who would like to register (preference given to teachers within the host district). Please see flyers to the side of this page for current offerings.
Can't come to Cambridge? Let us bring
professional development to your school or district! The Center staff will
personalize math professional development specifically for your school or
district. We are also a Massachusetts
DESE-approved vendor for the provision of education improvement services
supporting the Conditions for School Effectiveness aligned with Massachusetts Race to the Top efforts.Current District Collaborations:
more information, contact us at email@example.com, or
Human Scatter Plot at Math Professional Development Workshop
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Dr. Anne M. Collins, Director 617.349.8853
Steve Yurek, Associate Director 617.349.8938
Dr Hilary Kreisberg, Program Coordinator 617.349.8344
District-based courses for math professional development this summer for graduate credits or PDPs. See PDFs below for more information.
Calculus - Weymouth/Brockton
View these visual presentations [most are PDFs] for instructor highlights from workshops held during this summer's math institute.
Analyzing Student Work (Kreisberg I)Odd Number Patterns (Kreisberg II)Transitioning to Proof (Schiffman)Successfully Structuring...(Matthews)Problems of the Week 1 (Bookston)Problems of the Week 2 (Bookston)Codes from Caesar-Cybersecurity (Yurek I)Codes (Yurek II) Fabulous Fractions (Yurek III)Magic Squares (Yurek IV)What If... (Yurek V)The Area Model (Yurek VI)Building Flexible Knowledge (Hansen I)Handouts (Hansen II)Seeing the Joy in Numbers (Manousaridis)Using Multiple Representations (Gartland)Teaching Structural Thinking (Lucenta/Kelemanik)Walk Like an Egyptian (Cook/Hanson)