The Center for
Mathematics Achievement offers high quality mathematics professional
development events throughout the year.
The Center for Mathematics
Achievement offers a variety of high-quality professional development events,
including summer institutes and workshops at Lesley University.
Math Workshop: Perseverance in Problem Solving: November 16, 2013.
More to come in Spring, 2014! Onsite
Professional DevelopmentCan'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. The Center for Mathematics Achievement is 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
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Dr. Anne M. Collins, Director, 617.349.8853Steve Yurek, Associate Director, 617.349.8938Joan Trainer, Business Manager, 617.349.8318 Matt Rogers, Program Coordinator, 617.349.8344
Space is limited for our Spring 2014 Professional Development classes in Springfield, MA. Reserve a seat today!
View these visual presentations [PDFs] for instructor highlights from workshops held during this summer's math institute!The Chicken or the Egg, by Art Johnson From Paper to Pinterest, by Kerry Cook Use Appropriate Tools Strategically, by Jim Donatelli Teaching Fractions through the Common Core, by Michele LippensChildren's Literature in the K-3 Mathematics Classroom, by Adam Goldberg, Marla Diamantis, and M.W. Penn