Saturday, November 2nd – Rocky Mountain Math Teachers’ Circle

Posted by on October 31, 2013 in Professional Development | Comments Off on Saturday, November 2nd – Rocky Mountain Math Teachers’ Circle

What:  Rocky Mountain Math Teachers’ Circle, aimed at teachers of grades 5-9, open to all teachers of mathematics.

GoalsLearn and do explore math with colleagues, engage with the Standards of Mathematical Practice, reflect and take back to your classroom.

New this year Increased focus on the Standards of Mathematical Practice from the Common Core, and connections to the classroom.

Date:  Saturday, November 2, 2013

Time:  8:30 am – noon, followed by lunch and informal mingling

Facilitator:  Tatiana Shubin, San Francisco State University. Tatiana is part of the national Math Teachers’ Circle program, and was one of the founders of the first ever Math Teachers’ Circle in the U.S. in 2006.

Title:  Counting – from Plain to Space and Beyond.

Credit:  CEUs are available. Please follow the attached instructions (Apply-Claim-Register…) to register for CEUs; please start early as it takes about a week to go through all the steps (but after the first time, it is easy and fast). Please start them even if you can’t finish them by Saturday. We can finish with a paper form for those who have started the process online, but we will only be allowed to use paper forms once or twice per individual, and only if they have started the online process. The class number that you’ll need is on the “CreditOptionsAY1314” attachment.

Location:  CU Denver Building, Room 1000 (Auraria Campus, corner of 14th and Larimer in LoDo)

Parking:  There is $4 parking on Saturdays in a parking garage on Market Street between 14th and 15th. Street parking is available, and there are parking lots around the city and campus.

RSVP:  Please complete the following form if you plan to attend (registration for credit is separate and will be discussed on Saturday):

For additional documentation, please check out the following:

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