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2020 - 2021

2021 - 2022 Coming Attractions...

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USBE Professional Learning Opportunities for Secondary Mathematics Teachers

For additional information on any of the opportunities listed below, go to this link or contact Lindsey Henderson, the USBE Secondary Mathematics Specialist.

Summer Professional Learning Opportunity

All Utah Secondary Mathematics teachers are invited to collaborate with peers from across the state in learning about Building Positive Math Identities with Major Works of the Middle Grades.  Come and learn asset-based approaches to student learning--a pedagogical skill that has become increasingly essential in a post (or close-to-post)-pandemic education world.

Trish Syversen, the K-12 Mathematics Supervisor for Davis School District, to lead this summer institute--she brings with her a wealth of knowledge on asset and strength-based teaching and its practical application in the Secondary Mathematics world. The course is asynchronous with weekly deadlines to promote cohort collaboration.

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USBE Secondary Mathematics Professional Learning Collaborations

Grassroots Registration

Stanford/YouCubed Registration

USBE Secondary Mathematics Professional Learning Opportunities

Book Study Registration

All USBE Secondary Math Professional Learning Opportunities are:
Self-Paced (deadline is August 30, 2021)
Asynchronous
Collaborative
Take between 7-14 hours to complete
Questions:  lindsey.henderson@schools.utah.gov

What your peers are saying about the books:

"Before I read this book, I thought that some students had a natural ability that let things come easier to them than others because of my own experiences and because of the differences in success I see in the students in my classroom. Now that I've read this book, I think that student's success is shaped by their experiences and can be improved through the way we present our material to students.  Multidimensional lessons, open-ended discovery tasks and activities that encourage/teach flexibility of thinking about numbers allow all students to have access to their potential in math learning."

USBE Mini-Professional Learning Series
Mini-Professional Learning Registration

All Mini's are:

  • Asynchronous
  • Complete at your own pace
  • Collaborative
  • ~7 hours of coursework
  • Earn participants 0.5 USBE Credit Hours upon completion.

Questions: lindsey.henderson@schools.utah.gov

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For Principals

Our Secondary Mathematics Specialist and/or Consultant are available to help departments with:

  • Coaching

  • PLC Support

  • Data Review

  • Utah State Mathematics Standards Core support