This 7-week asynchronous online course focuses on the teacher’s role in supporting the range of learners in K-5 math classrooms. Appropriate for users of any elementary mathematics curriculum, the weekly sessions include interactive math tasks and discussions, as well as opportunities to analyze student thinking, and explore a variety of instructional strategies to effectively support and engage all students in math learning.  

In this course, participants:

  • explore ways to create a supportive and productive learning environment that empowers all students as math learners 
  • examine strategies for differentiating instruction, supporting math language, conducting formative assessments, and creating groupings to further all students’ math learning 
  • consider ways to effectively plan and facilitate math discussions that support and engage the range of learners
  • analyze student work and classroom video, and consider instructional moves that extend, deepen, and invite math reasoning
  • collaborate with colleagues through interactive discussion forums in order think about how to support students with diverse learning profiles 

Upcoming Course: June 19-August 6, 2024. Registration opens 4/8/24.

Tuition: $450 per participant until 5/8/24; $500 until registration closes 6/11/24; $550 after 6/11/24.

Who Should Attend: K-5 teachers, special educators, paraeducators, math coaches, and others who are interested in thinking more about how to support mathematics learning for all students. 

Contact Hours: Participants receive a certificate for 40 contact hours or PDPs (MA only) upon completion of the workshop. 

Graduate Credits: 3 credits are available through Framingham State University, for an additional fee of $225 paid to FSU. Information will be shared via email.


*Specific work is expected each week; participants choose when to complete the work.