Teaching Student Centered Mathematics

 
 

Pearson's Teaching Student Centered Mathematics professional development programs are based on the gold standard of research and instruction behind the late mathematician John Van de Walle's approach of teaching mathematics developmentally. The algebra programs are aligned with the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics (NCTM) standards and recommendations from the National Mathematics Advisory Panel to help educators build an understanding of the math they teach and the practical teaching strategies that are critical to students' learning, understanding and achievement in math. These professional development programs work with any math curriculum in use by your district.

 
 

Teaching Student Centered Mathematics Workshops
 

  • Making Sense of Mathematics

    This one-day workshop helps educators understand how teaching through problem solving helps students make sense of mathematics....See More

  • Critical Foundations of Algebra: Grades K-5

    The Critical Foundations of Algebra program helps K–5 educators, math coaches, and district coordinators use student-centered teaching practices to build students’ foundational skills in number sense and proficiency....See More

  • Critical Foundations of Algebra: Grades 4-8

    The Critical Foundations of Algebra program helps educators in grades 4-8, math coaches, and district coordinators use student-centered teaching practices to improve students’ foundational understanding of rational number concepts....See More

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