Workshops and Events Schedule

The CRR supports educators in their quest to provide quality instruction to elementary, middle, and high school mathematics students. The Center's intent is to provide experiences to deepen mathematical understandings and to supply lessons that could be implemented in K-12 classrooms. Workshops and Events are listed below. Further program and workshop details are listed on IMPACTS and HEMS program tabs above.

We are regularly revising our workshop topics and schedule. If you have topics you would like to see featured in these workshops, please let us know.

For the 2022-2023 school year, CRR events are FREE for ALL Arizona teachers!


Upcoming Workshops and Events (All hybrid)

Snapshot of CRR Events: February 2023 (Google Slide)

February 2023

Have you ever wondered how and where the teaching of fractions starts?   What if there was a way to build fraction sense in a similar way to how number sense is built?  Come explore the foundational geometric and fraction standards and how you can better support students’ understanding of equivalence, and comparisons.

Presenters: Elisabeth Bankhead, Jolene Horn, and Agi Post
Date: Saturday, February 11th, 2023
Time: 8:30am-12:30pm
Location: In-person at UArizona Tucson campus. Remote via Zoom.
Earn: 4 hours of professional development credit for re-certification.

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Is your class split into math haters and math lovers? Have you ever wondered how to get ALL your students engaged in mathematical thinking? Is it even possible for EVERY student to feel successful in math? Join us as we explore some evidence-based, doable teacher moves that can help transform your math instruction as it has ours! 

This HEMS Workshop is focused on Elementary School Mathematics that earn participants professional development certificates for up to 9 hours.  $50 stipends will only be provided to the first 25 teachers from Arizona schools who participate in both sessions, thanks to the generosity of Lee and Arthur Herbst.  If you missed part one of this session, you can still attend part two, but are no longer eligible for the stipend.

Presenters: Lochani Senia &  Edna Vi Cole
Date: Saturday, February 11, 2023
Time: 1:00pm-5:00pm (4 hours with a break)
Location: Hybrid: In-person at UArizona Tucson Campus. Remote via Zoom.
Earn: 5 hours of professional development credit for recertification.

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How can we improve students' mathematics and writing at the same time? How can we help mathematics appeal to a budding author, or help writing appeal to a budding data scientist? Writing in mathematics should benefit both writing and mathematics understanding, while also being purposeful and intentional. Come and explore the purposes for writing in mathematics, useful formats, and many ways that we can write in the elementary mathematics classroom. This is a two-part workshop, and therefore, we will prioritize registrants that can attend BOTH sessions. This is a level 2 workshop, allowing teachers that have had experience with IMPACTS sessions to dig deeper.  

Presenters: Lochani Senia, Carrie Burdon and Leigh Diebold
Date: Saturday, February 18th, 2023
Time: 8:30am-12:30pm
Location: In-person at UArizona Tucson campus. Remote via Zoom.
Earn: 4 hours of professional development credit for re-certification.

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What is a function and why do we learn about them? What is important for middle school students to understand as they prepare for high school mathematics? What are the advantages and challenges to moving students beyond linear representations? Come join us as we explore activities and tasks using concrete patterns, multiple representations, interactive tools, and ways to assist students as they develop their understanding of functions and functional relationships. 

This workshop is appropriate for teachers of 5th grade through high school, paying particular attention to the transition to high school mathematics.

(Activities will be different from last year's workshop, so teachers who attended last year should still consider attending this year's workshop.)

**NOTE: Participants will be expected to take a task back to their classrooms, collect and analyze student work, and share their reflections with the CRR.

Presenters: Kelli Barton, Rebeka Denson, and Rodrigo Gutiérrez
Date: Saturday, February 18, 2023
Time: 8:30am-12:30pm (4 hours with a break)
Location: Hybrid: In-person at UArizona Tucson Campus. Remote via Zoom.
Earn: 4 hours of professional development credit for recertification.

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How can we improve students' mathematics and writing at the same time? How can we help mathematics appeal to a budding author, or help writing appeal to a budding data scientist? Writing in mathematics should benefit both writing and mathematics understanding, while also being purposeful and intentional. Come and explore the purposes for writing in mathematics, useful formats, and many ways that we can write in the elementary mathematics classroom. This is a two-part workshop, and therefore, we will prioritize registrants that can attend BOTH sessions. This is a level 2 workshop, allowing teachers that have had experience with IMPACTS sessions to dig deeper.

Presenters: Lochani Senia, Carrie Burdon and Leigh Diebold
Date: Saturday, February 18th, 2023
Time: 1:00pm-5:00pm
Location: In-person at UArizona Tucson campus. Remote via Zoom.
Earn: 4 hours of professional development credit for re-certification.

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March 2023

Do you wish you could work with a small group while the rest of your learners are engaged in rich mathematics? Have you wondered how and why to use small group instruction and centers or stations? Come experience how we can meet our learners where they are at by providing responsive instruction. Experience the power of small group instruction, centers, and stations so we can get the most out of our math time!

Presenters: Agi Post, Wendy Towery-Stove, Kerri Zitar and Melissa Hosten
Date: Saturday, March 4th, 2023
Time: 8:30am-12:30pm
Location: In-person at UArizona Tucson campus. Remote via Zoom.
Earn: 4 hours of professional development credit for re-certification.

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Are your students stuck in a remediation rut? Are you struggling to introduce new content because students are lacking prerequisite skills? It's time to shift our thinking from remediation to accelerating learning; from‚ just-in-case to just-in-time‚ instruction. In this session you will explore the benefits of accelerating learning and learn about effective strategies educators can use to ensure that students can access new content without falling further behind. Grade Band Focus: K-5

Presenter: Amanda Shelley is a National Mathematics Consultant for Big Ideas Learning. As a former educator and instructional coach, Amanda has continued to reach teachers and students in her work with Big Ideas. Since 2020, she has facilitated trainings across the United States for teachers implementing Big Ideas Math. She has experience presenting to national, regional, and local audiences. 

Presenters: Amanda Shelley
Date: Saturday, March 11th, 2023
Time: 9:00am-10:30am
Location: In-person at UArizona Tucson campus. Remote via Zoom.
Earn: 1.5 hours of professional development credit for re-certification.

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April 2023

How can students discover attributes and structures through exploration? Come experience the world of geometry in a new way. Look at figures and shapes in new ways, and discover new relationships. Participants will experience investigations designed to support K-2 students' discovery and conceptualization of geometric attributes and structures, including the early conceptualization of fractions. Participants will explore the optimal progression for learning big ideas of geometry. Geometry is an area with significant misconceptions, come and uncover these.

Presenters: Carrie Burdon and Leigh Diebold
Date: Saturday, April 1st, 2023
Time: 8:30am-12:30pm
Location: TBD-off campus or CoEd
Earn: 4 hours of professional development credit for re-certification.

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Level 2 workshop content to be determined.

**NOTE: Participants will be expected to take a task back to their classrooms, collect and analyze student work, and share their reflections with the CRR.

Presenters: Janet Acree, Ariel Beggs, and Rodrigo Gutiérrez
Date: Saturday, April 1, 2023
Time: 8:30am-12:30pm (4 hours with a break)
Location: Hybrid: In-person at UArizona Tucson Campus. Remote via Zoom.
Earn: 4 hours of professional development credit for recertification.

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Creating Collaborative Classrooms - Participants will learn team structures and strategies that can be implemented to support collaborative environments. Participants will engage with teams using a variety of strategies in order to analyze how the modeled strategies have the potential to increase students' level of confidence and math skills. We will also reflect on how using supporting collaboration builds trust with teammates and social skills to work collaboratively. In order to see the connections to research, participants will reflect on how the Standards for Mathematical Practices are highlighted through collaboration.

 

Presenters: Joel Miller and Pam Chavez, CPM Specialists
Date: Saturday, April 1st, 2023
Time: 1:00PM-2:30PM
Location: Remote via Zoom.
Earn: 1.5 hours of professional development credit for re-certification.

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The CRR and the UArizona Department of Mathematics are excited to host the sixteenth annual Advanced Placement Practice Exams in Statistics, Calculus AB, and Calculus BC! Thanks to a partnership with the Arizona Department of Education (ADE), this event is FREE for ALL Arizona students! AP Practice Exam Day will be HYBRID with both in-person and online participants. 

Children love playing games, and games are an excellent way to build flexibility and fluency, while reinforcing key understandings. Come explore games designed to build fluency with counting, addition, and subtraction. We will use games that require few materials but provide plenty of fun.

Presenters: Jolene Horn, Kate Goodall, Deirdre Calhoun, and Melissa Hosten
Date: Saturday, April 22nd, 2023
Time: 8:30am-12:30pm
Location: In-person at UArizona Tucson campus. Remote via Zoom.
Earn: 4 hours of professional development credit for re-certification.

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Level 2 workshop content to be determined.

**NOTE: Participants will be expected to take a task back to their classrooms, collect and analyze student work, and share their reflections with the CRR.

Presenters: Rebeka Denson and Rodrigo Gutiérrez
Date: Saturday, April 22, 2023
Time: 8:30am-12:30pm (4 hours with a break)
Location: Hybrid: In-person at UArizona Tucson Campus. Remote via Zoom.
Earn: 4 hours of professional development credit for recertification.

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Using Algebra Tiles to Build Conceptual Understanding of Expressions and Equations (Middle School) - In this session, participants will practice a series of problems they can use with students to build their conceptual understanding of simplifying algebraic expressions and solving equations. A series of problems from student lessons are included in the handout, beginning with problems that introduce algebra tiles. Algebra tiles are used throughout the rest of the problems to obtain the lesson objectives which include determining perimeter, combining like terms of algebraic expressions, comparing expressions, and solving equations. Participants for this session will benefit from practicing the problems in teams while experiencing the facilitation and questioning in a student-centered classroom. 

Presenters: Joel Miller and Pam Chavez, CPM Specialists
Date: Saturday, April 22nd, 2023
Time: 1:00PM-2:30PM
Location: Remote via Zoom.
Earn: 1.5 hours of professional development credit for re-certification.

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Using Algebra Tiles from Polynomials to Factoring (High School) - Manipulatives in a secondary math classroom? Absolutely! In this session, you'll experience how successful it can be! Build on students’ understanding of an area model for multiplication from lower grades by using algebra tiles to multiply polynomials, factor, and complete the square. Algebra tiles increase conceptual understanding that leads to proficiency once students no longer need the tiles. Additionally, the tiles provide students with a tactile engaging experience. Participants will practice a series of problems they can use with students to build their conceptual understanding of these topics. A series of problems from student lessons are included in the handout, beginning with diamond problems.

 

Presenters: Joel Miller and Pam Chavez, CPM Specialists
Date: Saturday, April 22nd, 2023
Time: 3:00PM-4:30PM
Location: Remote via Zoom.
Earn: 1.5 hours of professional development credit for re-certification.

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Presenters: Wendy Towery-Stove and Kerri Zitar
Date: Saturday, April 29th, 2023
Time: 8:30am-12:30pm
Location: In-person at UArizona Tucson campus. Remote via Zoom.
Earn: 4 hours of professional development credit for re-certification.

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June 2023

To Be Announced

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Previous Workshops and Events

How can students discover geometric properties, attributes, and structures through exploration? Come experience the world of geometry in a new way. Look at figures and shapes in new ways, and discover new relationships. Participants will experience investigations designed to support 3rd-5th grade students' discovery and conceptualization of geometric properties, attributes, and structures. Participants will explore the optimal progression for learning big ideas of geometry. Geometry is an area with significant misconceptions, come and uncover these.

Presenters: Omar Valencia, Deirdre Calhoun and Melissa Hosten
Date: Saturday, February 4th, 2023
Time: 8:30am-12:30pm
Location: In-person at UArizona Tucson campus. Remote via Zoom.
Earn: 4 hours of professional development credit for re-certification.

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How can we connect contexts, tables, graphs, equations, and descriptions to help students develop a comprehensive understanding of mathematical relationships? How do we avoid students focusing on only one represtanation/tool (e.g., a hammer) and thinking that every problem is the same (e.g, nails)? Come join us as we interpret graphs and write stories in order to develop five tools to solve mathematical tasks.

(Activities will be different from last year's workshop, so teachers who attended last year should still consider attending this year's workshop.)

**NOTE: Participants will be expected to take a task back to their classrooms, collect and analyze student work, and share their reflections with the CRR.

Presenters: Ariel Beggs, Allison Ryal-Bagley, and Rodrigo Gutiérrez
Date: Saturday, February 4, 2023
Time: 8:30am-12:30pm (4 hours with a break)
Location: Hybrid: In-person at UArizona Tucson Campus. Remote via Zoom.
Earn: 4 hours of professional development credit for recertification.

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Do your students struggle to understand fractions? Are you looking for more robust visual models to help students with their understanding? Join us as we build, draw, and discuss ways to build students' fraction sense. Learn additional ways to support student understanding of fraction equivalence and comparison.

Presenters: Nancy Casagrande and Jennifer Dwosh
Date: Saturday, February 4th, 2023
Time: 8:30am-12:30pm
Location:
TD3 Professional Learning Center
2020 E. Carson Dr.
Tempe, AZ 85282
Earn: 4 hours of professional development credit for re-certification.

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The Mathematics Educator Appreciation Day Conference (MEAD) is Arizona's largest mathematics education event!

MEAD 2023 is FREE for ALL Arizona teachers and administrators!

**SAVE THE DATE: SATURDAY, JANUARY 21, 2023**

Find more information and registration links at the MEAD webpage.

Is your class split into math haters and math lovers? Have you ever wondered how to get ALL your students engaged in mathematical thinking? Is it even possible for EVERY student to feel successful in math? Join us as we explore some evidence-based, doable teacher moves that can help transform your math instruction as it has ours! 

This HEMS Workshop is focused on Elementary School Mathematics that earn participants professional development certificates for 9 hours.  $50 stipends will only be provided to the first 25 teachers from Arizona schools who participate in both sessions, thanks to the generosity of Lee and Arthur Herbst. Please only register if you can attend both sessions.

Presenters: Lochani Senia &  Edna Vi Cole
Date: Saturday, January 28, 2023 & Saturday, February 11, 2023
Time: 1:00pm-5:00pm (4 hours with a break)
Location: Hybrid: In-person at UArizona Tucson Campus. Remote via Zoom.
Earn: 9 hours of professional development credit for recertification.

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Learning mathematics is a collaborative process, where we build, draw, write, and speak about mathematical ideas and relationships. Our learners need extra support to interact with their peers in healthy collaborations with equal status and equal participation. Come and explore ways to improve from cooperative learning to collaborative learning. 

Presenters: Agi Post and Ellen Floyd
Date: Saturday, December 10th, 2022
Time: 8:30am-12:30pm
Location: Hybrid: In-person at UArizona Tucson Campus. Remote via Zoom.
Earn: 4 hours of professional development credit for re-certification.

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Expressions, equations, and inequalities are critical concepts for students transitioning from Elementary arithmetic to High School mathematics. Students progress from the world of concrete representations to abstract thinking, bringing to bear a variety of math trajectories. Workshop participants will explore strategies for building relevance, excitement, and understanding through the use of manipulatives, engaging tasks, and a sound understanding of student learning trajectories. 

Come join us in developing a deep understanding of expressions, equations, and (in)equality in secondary mathematics.

(Activities will be different from last year's workshop, so teachers who attended last year should still consider attending this year's workshop.)

**NOTE: Participants will be expected to take a task back to their classrooms, collect and analyze student work, and share their reflections with the CRR.

Presenters: Rebeka Denson, Allison Ryal-Bagley, and Rodrigo Gutiérrez
Date: Saturday, December 10, 2022
Time: 8:30am-12:30pm (4 hours with a break)
Location: Hybrid: In-person at UArizona Tucson Campus. Remote via Zoom.
Earn: 4 hours of professional development credit for recertification.

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Have you ever wondered where the tape diagram came from? What does an all-grown-up number line look like? Is there a visual way to solve systems of 3 linear equations in 3 variables? Join us as we journey from number track and part-whole mat to the number line and tape diagram, and discover the powerful and persistent relationships among these models. Find your role in this important progression and OWN it. Make these connections for yourself and for your students.

Presenters: Jennifer Dwosh and Wendy Towery-Stove
Date: Saturday, December 10th, 2022
Time: 1:00pm-5:00pm
Location: In-person at UArizona Tucson campus. Remote via Zoom.
Earn: 4 hours of professional development credit for re-certification.

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What specific strategies and ideas will lay a strong number sense foundation for our youngest learners. How can we create opportunities for them to develop a robust sense of number? Come and explore the early understandings of numbers in an interactive and strategic way. We will discuss how to support this sense of number in relevant and practical ways with our young learners.

Presenters: Jolene Horn, Nancy Casagrande, Kerri Zitar, and Melissa Hosten
Date: Saturday, December 3rd, 2022
Time: 8:30am-12:30pm
Location: In-person at UArizona Tucson campus. Remote via Zoom.
Earn: 4 hours of professional development credit for re-certification.

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There is a significant history of common mathematical teaching and learning practices for students in special education. But, which practices are BEST for these learners? Which strategies and models help students in special education find success and understanding? Come and experience a set of these strategies and models, and discuss why these are successful with learners in special education.

Presenters: Nancy Casagrande, Liesl Scheffel, and Melissa Hosten
Date: Saturday, November 19th, 2022
Time: 1:00pm-5:00pm
Location: In-person at UArizona Tucson campus. Remote via Zoom.
Earn: 4 hours of professional development credit for re-certification.

As more teachers look to add high-yield tasks to their repertoire, the struggle to make it all work becomes real. Let's examine how problem-based lessons can be used throughout the scope of a unit and how we can harness their power to move student thinking forward. We'll identify strategies and explore some tasks that help us find a healthy balance between application, conceptual understanding, and procedural fluency.

Graham Fletcher has served in education as a classroom teacher, math instructional lead, and currently as a math specialist.  He is continually seeking new and innovative ways to support students and teachers in their development of conceptual understanding in elementary mathematics. He is the coauthor of Building Fact Fluency and openly shares many of his resources at gfletchy.com.

In-Person & Online Participants will:

  • Unpack the importance of application, conceptual learning, and procedural fluency, and the role they play in moving student thinking through a mathematical progression.
  • Engage in grade-appropriate 3-act tasks and understand how the implementation of low-entry, high-scalability tasks can be used to reach all students. Participants will identify when and how these lessons can be used throughout the scope of a unit.
  • Understand how problem-based lessons can be used within the instructional framework (opening, work session, close) and the purposeful moves required to orchestrate an effective closing session.
  • Identify ways in which problem-based lessons can be used as formative assessment to monitor student growth.

Attendees

  • 40 participants in-person (UA Tucson) & 40 participants online (Zoom)
  • K-5 homeroom teachers, instructional coaches, administrators from school and district
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Scale Up Teacher Leaders (SUTL) will dig deeper into mentoring and coaching. SUTLs will determine best practices in hybrid in-tandem workshops. We, as a tribe, will create a plan forward based on where we have been, where we are, and what our community needs.

Children love playing games, and games are an excellent way to build flexibility and fluency, while reinforcing key understandings. Come explore games designed to build fluency with multiplication, division, and fractions. We will use games that require few materials but provide plenty of fun.

Presenters: Ellen Floyd, Kate Goodall, and Melissa Hosten
Date: Saturday, November 5th, 2022
Time: 8:30am-12:30pm
Location: In-person at UArizona Tucson campus. Remote via Zoom.
Earn: 4 hours of professional development credit for re-certification.

Patterns and visualization are critical areas for developing conceptual understanding of mathematics across K-12. Building on elementary school students’ experiences with manipulatives and visual models, middle school teachers can extend the use of concrete and visual representations to connect fractions, ratios, proportions, linear relationships, and functions. Workshop participants will explore developmental trajectories related to the big ideas of pre-algebraic and algebraic thinking through the use of manipulatives and diagrams (e.g., pattern tasks, area models, Algebra Tiles). Come join us in developing a deeper understanding of patterns and visualization in mathematics.

(Activities will be different from last year's workshop, so teachers who attended last year should still consider attending this year's workshop.)

**NOTE: Participants will be expected to take a task back to their classrooms, collect and analyze student work, and share their reflections with the CRR.

Presenters: Kelli Barton, Ariel Beggs, Amee Legarra, and Rodrigo Gutiérrez
Date: Saturday, November 5, 2022
Time: 8:30am-12:30pm (4 hours with a break)
Location: Hybrid: In-person at UArizona Tucson Campus. Remote via Zoom.
Earn: 4 hours of professional development credit for recertification.

Have you ever wondered if there was a way to help students build a sense of fractions the way they build a sense of number? Come and explore ways to build students’ fractions sense in such a way as to support their understanding of equivalence, and comparisons.

Presenters: Elisabeth Bankhead, Edna Cole, and Melissa Hosten
Date: Saturday, October 1st, 2022
Time: 8:30am-12:30pm
Location: In-person at UArizona Tucson campus. Remote via Zoom.
Earn: 4 hours of professional development credit for re-certification.

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Ratios and proportional relationships are critical areas for middle grades mathematics and are foundational for further study in mathematics and science, as well as being useful for everyday life. The teaching of ratios and proportional reasoning should build on students’ work in measurement and in multiplication and division in the elementary grades, while also further developing fraction sense as students move from additive to multiplicative thinking. Come and explore the learning trajectory, tasks, and student supports for proportional reasoning, in order to develop a deeper understanding of the Big Idea and the 10 Essential Understandings of ratios, proportions, and proportional reasoning. 

(Activities will be different from last year's Ratios workshop, so teachers who attended last year should still consider attending this year's workshop.)

**NOTE: This is a TWO PART workshop. Participants will be expected to take a task back to their classrooms, collect and analyze student work, and share their reflections with the group.

**Please only register if you can attend BOTH sessions!

Presenters: Shawn Hedayati, Eric Jungbluth, Amee Legarra, Allison Ryal-Bagley, and Rodrigo Gutiérrez
Date: Saturdays, October 1 AND October 29, 2022
Time: 8:30am-12:30pm (4 hours with a break)
Location: In-person at UArizona Tucson campus. Remote via Zoom.
Earn: 8 hours of professional development credit for recertification.

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Have you wanted to dig in deeper to Active Learning and how it works with junior and senior mathematics courses? This session is designed for upper level high school mathematics teachers who desire to increase student learning and engagement in their classroom through the use of active learning. Participants will have the opportunity to experience an active learning activity, engage in an activity and discussion about active learning, and develop an active learning activity in small groups. Participants will be provided with resources to assist with creating and transforming problems into active learning activities.

Presenter: Andy Jeanson currently teaches Calculus 1, 2, and 3 at Chandler-Gilbert Community College (AZ). He is part of a "Teaching for PROWESS" grant to improve math education at the community college level. Prior to teaching at the community college, he taught 9 years at the high school level, teaching classes ranging from Algebra 1 to Calculus BC. He received his MA in Teaching and Teacher Education from the University of Arizona. Outside of teaching mathematics and providing students with positive learning experiences, he enjoys traveling with his wife and soon to be 1 year old, coaching cross country, running far distances, and watching sports.

This HEMS Workshop is focused on High School Mathematics that earn participants professional development certificates for 4 hours.  $25 stipends will only be provided to the first 25 teachers from Arizona schools who participate, thanks to the generosity of Lee and Arthur Herbst.

Please only register if you can attend the session.

 

Presenters: Andy Jeanson
Date: Saturday, October 1st, 2022
Time: 1:00pm-5:00pm
Location: Remote via Zoom. 
Earn: 4 hours of professional development credit for re-certification and a $25 stipend for full participation to first 25 participants.

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Use algebra tiles to explore how building rectangles can help students make sense of multiplying binomials and factoring trinomials. Recommended for grades 8 and beyond.

*No registration is required. Drop-ins are welcome!

**If possible, please have a physical set of the featured manipulatives available during the session. 

 

Presenters: Ariel Beggs
Date: Wednesday, October 19th, 2022
Time: 4:15pm-5:15pm
Location: Remote via Zoom.
Earn: 1 hour of professional development credit for re-certification.

ZOOM LINK

Use KP Ten-Frame Tiles to explore operations with base-10 decimal fractions, including subtracting, multiplying and dividing. Recommended for Grades 5-7.

*No registration is required. Drop-ins are welcome!

**If possible, please have a physical set of the featured manipulatives available during the session. 

Presenters: Ariel Beggs
Date: Thursday, October 20th, 2022
Time: 4:15pm-5:15pm
Location: Remote via Zoom.
Earn: 1 hour of professional development credit for re-certification.

ZOOM LINK

Have you ever wondered what happens when the five frame grows up? Where does area go after adolescence? Is the box method a teenager or a young adult in this analogy? Join us as we journey from dot to box, and discover the powerful and persistent relationships among these models. Find your role in this important progression and OWN it. Make these connections for yourself and for your students.

Presenters: Wendy Towery-Stove, Leigh Diebold, Carrie Burdon
Date: Saturday, October 22nd, 2022
Time: 8:30am-12:30pm
Location: In-person at UArizona Tucson campus. Remote via Zoom.
Earn: 4 hours of professional development credit for re-certification.

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Do you wish you could work with a small group while the rest of your learners are engaged in rich mathematics? Have you wondered how and why to use centers or stations? Come experience how we can meet our learners where they are at by providing responsive instruction. Experience the power of centers and stations so we can get the most out of our math time!

Presenters: Nancy Casagrande, Ryann Cagle, Melissa Hosten
Date: Saturday, October 22nd, 2022
Time: 1:00pm-5:00pm
Location: In-person at UArizona Tucson campus. Remote via Zoom.
Earn: 4 hours of professional development credit for re-certification.

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Co-Teaching relationships can be either arduous or awesome. How can you ensure that your co-teaching experience will become awesome?  What specific actions do successful co-teacher pairs practice? Together we will discuss and develop the essential elements of a healthy co-teaching partnership, assess your current co-teaching practices, and develop effective models which meet the needs of all learners. Participants will analyze the pros and cons of various co-teaching models, determine which models work best for you and your co-teacher, and create a set of discussion points to guide the successful negotiation of the co-teaching partnership. This course is designed to equip teachers with the necessary tools and knowledge to be effective teaching partners in the classroom. This session is appropriate to all content areas and across grade levels.

Presenters: 

Donald Willoughby is a 23 year United States Air Force retired Master Sergeant. He has a Bachelors and Masters in management with a post-baccalaureate in Special Education. He has worked in the special education field since 2017, having worked with multiple levels of students with specific learning disabilities. Currently, he teaches Essentials of Geometry and Intermediate Algebra in the resource classroom and co-teaches in the Geometry and Intermediate Algebra general education classrooms at Mesquite High School in Gilbert, AZ. 

One of the most important things I have learned from teaching in a co-taught environment is that the teachers must create a cohesive and positive classroom environment. This cohesiveness will set the tone for the classroom and provide a much more productive learning experience. As a special education co-teacher, I can be placed in any classroom to help out with the students with learning disabilities. This means I am constantly learning new curriculum, so I am better capable of providing services for the students.

Mary Beth Cristian has 25 years experience in sales and business management and 10 years experience in the classroom. She has a bachelor’s degree in Economics, and Master’s degrees in International Business and Secondary Education. Mary Beth has taught Math, Economics, and Marketing for 10 years, many of which have included co-taught classes. For the past 3 years she has co-taught Algebra and Geometry with Don Willoughby at Mesquite High School in Gilbert, AZ.

Co-teaching has been a fantastic experience for me. When co-teachers have a strong partnership, student learning multiplies.  Don and I attended a similar co-teaching class our first semester working together. We worked through our questions, talked through the details, and made a strong joint commitment to our students. With this foundation in place, we have helped each of our students reach their full potential.  In the spring of 2021, every student we had in our co-taught classes was successful despite the challenges of returning to the classroom post-pandemic. I can only attribute this to the partnership and teacher efficacy that Don and I committed to early on in our co-teaching relationship.

This HEMS Workshop is focused on Co-Teaching in Mathematics that earns participants professional development certificates for 5 hours.  $25 stipends will only be provided to the first 25 teachers from Arizona schools who participate, thanks to the generosity of Lee and Arthur Herbst.

Please only register if you can attend the session.

 

Presenters: Mary Beth Cristian & Donald Willoughby
Date: Saturday, October 22nd, 2022
Time: 1:00pm-5:00pm
Location: Remote via Zoom.  Zoom link will be shared with participants the week prior to event. 
Earn: 5 hours of professional development credit for re-certification and a $25 stipend for full participation to first 25 participants.

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Wrapping up Algebra Tiles. This is an open session, where participants are invited to explore the manipulative and ask questions.

*No registration is required. Drop-ins are welcome!

**If possible, please have a physical set of the featured manipulative available during the session. 

Presenters: Ariel Beggs
Date: Wednesday, October 26th, 2022
Time: 4:00pm-5:00pm
Location: Remote via Zoom.
Earn: 1 hour of professional development credit for re-certification.

ZOOM LINK

Wrapping up KP Ten-Frame Tiles. This is an open session, where participants are invited to explore the manipulative and ask questions.

*No registration is required. Drop-ins are welcome!

**If possible, please have a physical set of the featured manipulative available during the session. 

Presenters: Ariel Beggs
Date: Thursday, October 27th, 2022
Time: 4:15pm-5:15pm
Location: Remote via Zoom.
Earn: 1 hour of professional development credit for re-certification.

ZOOM LINK

Building fractions sense requires students to have robust visual models and flexible understandings of fractions. We will explore the operations of fractions through sense-making visually rich experiences. Join us and you will build, draw, and discuss fraction addition, subtraction, and multiplication. We will use representations to build deeper understandings of fraction operations. Come and engage with fractions deeply.

Presenters: Elisabeth Bankhead, Andrea Rickard, & Melissa Hosten
Date: Saturday, October 29th, 2022
Time: 8:30am-12:30pm
Location: In-person at UArizona Tucson campus. Remote via Zoom.
Earn: 4 hours of professional development credit for re-certification.

REGISTRATION

Ratios and proportional relationships are critical areas for middle grades mathematics and are foundational for further study in mathematics and science, as well as being useful for everyday life. The teaching of ratios and proportional reasoning should build on students’ work in measurement and in multiplication and division in the elementary grades, while also further developing fraction sense as students move from additive to multiplicative thinking. Come and explore the learning trajectory, tasks, and student supports for proportional reasoning, in order to develop a deeper understanding of the Big Idea and the 10 Essential Understandings of ratios, proportions, and proportional reasoning. 

(Activities will be different from last year's Ratios workshop, so teachers who attended last year should still consider attending this year's workshop.)

**NOTE: This is a TWO PART workshop. Participants will be expected to take a task back to their classrooms, collect and analyze student work, and share their reflections with the group.

**Please only register if you can attend BOTH sessions!

Presenters: Shawn Hedayati, Eric Jungbluth, Amee Legarra, Allison Ryal-Bagley, and Rodrigo Gutiérrez
Date: Saturdays, October 1 AND October 29, 2022
Time: 8:30am-12:30pm (4 hours with a break)
Location: Hybrid: In-person at UArizona Tucson Campus. Remote via Zoom.
Earn: 8 hours of professional development credit for recertification.

**REGISTER UNDER OCT 1 PART 1 ABOVE**

Fraction Multiplication and Division understandings are uncovered through mathematically rich tools and discussions. Join us and you will build, draw, and discuss fraction multiplication and division. We will use representations to build deeper understandings of fraction multiplication and division. Bring your playful inquisitive minds, but leave "flip and multiply" at home!

Presenters: Elisabeth Bankhead, Liesl Scheffel, & Melissa Hosten
Date: Saturday, October 29th, 2022
Time: 1:00pm-5:00pm
Location: In-person at UArizona Tucson campus. Remote via Zoom.
Earn: 4 hours of professional development credit for re-certification.

REGISTRATION

Use algebra tiles to explore simplifying expressions and solving equations, with a focus on helping learners conceptually understand why 2x is different than x2 and developing flexible algebraic thinking. Recommended for sixth grade and beyond.

*Anyone can attend, even if you did not attend previous day(s).

**No registration is required. Drop-ins are welcome!

***If possible, please have a physical set of the featured manipulatives available during the session.

Presenters: Ariel Beggs
Date: Wednesday, September 7th, 2022
Time: 4:15pm-5:15pm
Location: Remote via Zoom.
Earn: 1 hour of professional development credit for re-certification.

ZOOM LINK

An Introduction to KP Ten Frame Tiles, with a focus on exploring the system of ten-frame platforms and tiles through which students physically and visually experience the structure and applications of the base-10 number system. Recommended as an introduction to anyone interested in using KP Ten-Frame Tiles.

**No registration is required. Drop-ins are welcome!

***If possible, please have a physical set of the featured manipulatives available during the session.

Presenters: Ariel Beggs
Date: Thursday, September 8th, 2022
Time: 4:15pm-5:15pm
Location: Remote via Zoom.
Earn: 1 hour of professional development credit for re-certification.

ZOOM LINK

The key to helping students understand and successfully solve word problems is to help them visualize and make sense of the problem. They need to be able to decide the overall “structure” and determine the relationships involved in any given problem. Participants will learn how to help students close read the word problem, represent their thinking, use specific tools to support problem solving, and much more. Come and explore new mathematical ideas through the use of problem solving.

Presenters: Nancy Casagrande, Jennifer Dwosh, Ryann Cagle
Date: Saturday, September 10th, 2022
Time: 8:30am-12:30pm
Location: Tempe Elementary School District in Tempe, AZ
Earn: 4 hours of professional development credit for re-certification.

REGISTRATION

Fractions and fraction operations are the foundations for middle school mathematics. They are essential for proportional reasoning, algebra, and probability, yet they are incredibly difficult to learn and teach. In middle schools, it is important to understand students’ previous experiences with fractions in order to develop their algebraic reasoning. Fractions operations intentionally and systematically grow from work in 3rd grade, culminating in fluency with operations with rational numbers in 7th grade. How do we help students move along this path? What strategies will build the concepts clearly and understandably? How do we develop and integrate fluency while also addressing other middle school math topics? Come and explore the developmental path and strategies to move students to deeper understanding of fractions and fraction operations in grades 5-8. 

(Activities will be different from last year's Fractions workshop, so teachers who attended last year should still consider attending this year's workshop.)

NOTE: This is a TWO PART workshop. Participants will be expected to take a task back to their classrooms, collect and analyze student work, and share their reflections with the group.

**Please only register if you can attend BOTH sessions!

Presenters: Shawn Hedayati, Amee Legarra, and Rodrigo Gutiérrez
Date: Saturdays, August 20th, 2022 AND September 10th, 2022
Time: 8:30am-12:30pm
Location: In-person at UArizona Tucson campus. Remote via Zoom.
Earn: 8 hours of professional development credit for re-certification.

**REGISTER HERE**

Place Value is a crucial understanding students develop across their elementary experience. Why does it seem to come easier to some students than other students? What is involved in understanding place value? What tools and strategies will help students develop place value understanding? Come and learn conceptual strategies to teach place value that will foster deeper understanding and support students’ understanding of other elementary maths.

Presenters: Jolene Horn, Edna Cole, Melissa Hosten
Date: Saturday, September 10th, 2022
Time: 1:00pm-5:00pm
Location: In-person at UArizona Tucson campus. Remote via Zoom.
Earn: 4 hours of professional development credit for re-certification.

REGISTRATION

Description: Have you been striving to increase student engagement for all students? Would you like your students to do more thinking and less mimicking? Do you want your students to become lifelong problem solvers? In this seminar we will collaboratively experience how to get even the most reluctant learners to successfully participate in your High School mathematics classroom. We will use Peter Lilijedhal’s set of practices in Building Thinking Classrooms to transform our classrooms. These easy to follow steps will create an environment that is focused on collaboration and student-centered learning where thinking is the norm and student learning is the goal.

Presenter: Kristi Peterson is in her 29th year in secondary math education. The first 9 years of her career she taught in the small rural community of Kearny, AZ and then transferred to Gilbert Public Schools. She has taught all courses from Algebra 1 to Calculus. For the last 6 years she has been the Secondary Mathematics Coordinator where she supported math curriculum, instruction and assessment for all 7-12 math classrooms in the district.  Her passion for helping students succeed through student centered math instruction has led her back to the classroom.  This year she will return to teaching at Mesquite High School where she looks forward to implementing the many strategies she has learned over the years.

This is a two-part series focused on High School Mathematics that earn participants professional development certificates for 9 hours.  

$50 stipends will only be provided to the first 25 teachers from Arizona schools who participate in both sessions due to the generosity of Lee and Arthur Herbst.

Please only register if you can attend both sessions.

Presenters: Kristi Peterson
Date: TBD
Time: 1:00pm-5:00pm
Location: In-person at UArizona Tucson campus. Remote via Zoom. Building and Room Number to be Announced to Participants or Remotely via Zoom
Earn: 9 hours of professional development credit for re-certification and a $50 stipend for full participation in both sessions.

POSTPONED -TBD

Use algebra tiles to investigate how to conceptually make sense of linear equations.We will move from building equations and solving them to recording what was done. Recommended for sixth grade and beyond.

*Anyone can attend, even if you did not attend previous day(s).

**No registration is required. Drop-ins are welcome!

***If possible, please have a physical set of the featured manipulatives available during the session.

Presenters: Ariel Beggs
Date: Wednesday, September 14th, 2022
Time: 4:15pm-5:15pm
Location: Remote via Zoom.
Earn: 1 hour of professional development credit for re-certification.

ZOOM LINK

Use KP Tiles to explore decomposing/composing whole numbers through addition and subtraction. Recommended for Grades K-3

*Anyone can attend, even if you did not attend previous day(s).

**No registration is required. Drop-ins are welcome!

***If possible, please have a physical set of the featured manipulatives available during the session.

Presenters: Ariel Beggs
Date: Thursday, September 15th, 2022
Time: 4:15pm-5:15pm
Location: Remote via Zoom.
Earn: 1 hour of professional development credit for re-certification.

ZOOM LINK

Families, students, teachers, and community members are all invited to join the CRR in a night of fun, community, board games, and logic puzzles. This is a free event for all to come and go as they please, both virtually on Zoom or in-person on the UA Tucson Campus. There is no registration required to attend in-person or remote, however there are separate zoom rooms for participants based on age range. Click here to download the flyer!

Date: Wednesday, September 21st, 2022
Time Online: 4:00pm-5:30pm
Time In-Person: 5:30pm-7:30pm
Location:

Remote via Zoom: Select appropriate Zoom Link below

In-Person: Slot Canyon Cafe (1064 E. Lowell St.) in the ENR2 Building on the UA Tucson Campus.

Age 2 to Grade 3 Virtual Game Night 2022 Zoom Link Grade 4 to Age 100 Virtual Game Night 2022 Zoom Link

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Game Night Flyer

 

Use KP Tiles to uncover decimal place value and decomposing/composing base-10 decimal fractions. Thursday, 9/22/22. Recommended for Grades 4-5.

*Anyone can attend, even if you did not attend previous day(s).

**No registration is required. Drop-ins are welcome!

***If possible, please have a physical set of the featured manipulatives available during the session.

Presenters: Ariel Beggs
Date: Thursday, September 22nd, 2022
Time: 4:15pm-5:15pm
Location: Remote via Zoom.
Earn: 1 hour of professional development credit for re-certification.

ZOOM LINK

Estimation and rounding are not only crucial understandings and skills that develop as we learn about place value, but these are also crucial to a deep understanding of place value. Come and explore ways in which we can help students understand why estimation is crucial, why "5" in rounding always rounds up, and why visual tools are crucial in building and understanding.

Presenters: Edna Cole & Melissa Hosten
Date: Saturday, September 24th, 2022
Time: 8:30am-12:30pm
Location: In-person at UArizona Tucson campus. Remote via Zoom.
Earn: 4 hours of professional development credit for re-certification.

REGISTRATION

Decimals are introduced as fractions in fourth grade and as magnitudes of place value in fifth grade. How do we make strong connections between these ideas and domains? How do we help students develop a robust understanding of decimals? And how do we help students learn conceptual strategies for operations with decimals? Come and explore these ideas. Please note that this second part will solely focus on decimal multiplication and division. This is a two-part workshop. Therefore, priority will be given to participants that register for BOTH sessions.

Presenters: Beatriz Santa Cruz and Melissa Hosten
Date: Saturday, September 24th, 2022
Time: 1:00pm-5:00pm
Location: In-person at UArizona Tucson campus. Remote via Zoom.
Earn: 4 hours of professional development credit for re-certification.

REGISTRATION

In this session we will present two data collection activities, that you can do with your students, and that result in writing an equation of a line from the data collected. We will then discuss what information the equation tells us, including what the slope of the line tells us. (It’s not just “Rise over Run”!) Bring a graphing calculator, or another graphing utility, but graphing calculator experience is not necessary for this workshop.

Presenter: Bruce MacMillan a retired mathematics teacher who has taught high school for 30 years, taught at the University of Colorado at Denver for 7 years, and taught at the University of Arizona for 13 years.  He has presented at both local conferences (MEAD for 15 years) and national conferences.  As a consultant for Texas Instruments, teaching the proper use of graphing calculator in the high school curriculum from first year Algebra through Advanced Placement Calculus, he has written and taught workshops in all parts of the country.  As one participant said:” After attending a session presented by Bruce, you always leave with new ideas and ‘hands on’ activities that you can use in your classroom”.

Presenters: Bruce MacMillan
Date: Tuesday, September 27th, 2022
Time: 5:30pm-7:00pm
Location: This is a Hybrid Session so be sure to choose: In-Person on the UA Campus, Tucson, AZ or Remote Participation via Zoom
Earn: 1.5 hours of professional development credit for re-certification.

REGISTRATION

Use algebra tiles to investigate how to conceptually solve inequalities, with a focus on why the inequality symbols seem to “flip” when solving inequalities with negative coefficients. (There is no session on Wednesday 9/21/22 because of CRR’s Game Night) Recommended for sixth grade and beyond.

*Anyone can attend, even if you did not attend previous day(s).

**No registration is required. Drop-ins are welcome!

***If possible, please have a physical set of the featured manipulatives available during the session.

Presenters: Ariel Beggs
Date: Wednesday, September 28th, 2022
Time: 4:15pm-5:15pm
Location: Remote via Zoom.
Earn: 1 hour of professional development credit for re-certification.

ZOOM LINK

Use KP Tiles to explore operations with base-10 decimal fractions, including adding, subtracting. Recommended for Grades 4-6.

*Anyone can attend, even if you did not attend previous day(s).

**No registration is required. Drop-ins are welcome!

***If possible, please have a physical set of the featured manipulatives available during the session.

Presenters: Ariel Beggs
Date: Thursday, September 29th, 2022
Time: 4:15pm-5:15pm
Location: Remote via Zoom.
Earn: 1 hour of professional development credit for re-certification.

ZOOM LINK

Students need to understand the meaning of multiplication beyond repeated addition & the meaning of division beyond repeated addition and repeated subtraction. They also need multiple strategies to multiply and divide that will help them make sense of what they are doing. Come and learn multiple conceptual strategies for multiplication and division that will foster greater student success and a deeper meaning for multiplication and division leading to fluency.

Presenters: Beatriz Santa Cruz, Dwight Valencia, Melissa Hosten
Date: Saturday, August 13th, 2022
Time: 8:30am-12:30pm
Location: In-person at UArizona Tucson campus. Remote via Zoom.
Earn: 4 hours of professional development credit for re-certification.

REGISTRATION

Decimals are introduced as fractions in fourth grade and as magnitudes of place value in fifth grade. How do we make strong connections between these ideas and domains? How do we help students develop a robust understanding of decimals? And how do we help students learn conceptual strategies for operations with decimals? Come and explore these ideas. This is a two-part workshop. Therefore, priority will be given to participants that register for BOTH sessions. 

Presenters: Beatriz Santa Cruz, Dwight Valencia, Melissa Hosten
Date: Saturday, August 13th, 2022
Time: 1:00pm-5:00pm
Location: In-person at UArizona Tucson campus. Remote via Zoom.
Earn: 4 hours of professional development credit for re-certification.

REGISTRATION

Addition and subtraction are the foundation of elementary mathematics. These operations intentionally and systematically grow from work in Kindergarten through grade 3, culminating in fluency with addition and subtraction in grade 4. How do we help students move along the path? What strategies will build the concept clearly and understandably? Come and explore the conceptual path and strategies to move students to deeper understanding of addition and subtraction.

Presenters: Ryann Cagle, Nancy Casagrande, Jennifer Dwosh
Date: Saturday, August 20th, 2022
Time: 8:30am-12:30pm
Location: Liberty Elementary School District in Buckeye, AZ
Earn: 4 hours of professional development credit for re-certification.

REGISTRATION

Fractions and fraction operations are the foundations for middle school mathematics. They are essential for proportional reasoning, algebra, and probability, yet they are incredibly difficult to learn and teach. In middle schools, it is important to understand students’ previous experiences with fractions in order to develop their algebraic reasoning. Fractions operations intentionally and systematically grow from work in 3rd grade, culminating in fluency with operations with rational numbers in 7th grade. How do we help students move along this path? What strategies will build the concepts clearly and understandably? How do we develop and integrate fluency while also addressing other middle school math topics? Come and explore the developmental path and strategies to move students to deeper understanding of fractions and fraction operations in grades 5-8. 

(Activities will be different from last year's Fractions workshop, so teachers who attended last year should still consider attending this year's workshop.)

NOTE: This is a TWO PART workshop. Participants will be expected to take a task back to their classrooms, collect and analyze student work, and share their reflections with the group.

**Please only register if you can attend BOTH sessions!

Presenters: Rodrigo Gutiérrez, Eric Jungbluth, and Janet Acree
Date: Saturdays, August 20th, 2022 AND September 10th, 2022
Time: 8:30am-12:30pm
Location: In-person at UArizona Tucson campus. Remote via Zoom.
Earn: 8 hours of professional development credit for re-certification.

REGISTRATION

Description: Have you been striving to increase student engagement for all students? Would you like your students to do more thinking and less mimicking? Do you want your students to become lifelong problem solvers? In this seminar we will collaboratively experience how to get even the most reluctant learners to successfully participate in your High School mathematics classroom. We will use Peter Lilijedhal’s set of practices in Building Thinking Classrooms to transform our classrooms. These easy to follow steps will create an environment that is focused on collaboration and student-centered learning where thinking is the norm and student learning is the goal.

Presenter: Kristi Peterson is in her 29th year in secondary math education. The first 9 years of her career she taught in the small rural community of Kearny, AZ and then transferred to Gilbert Public Schools. She has taught all courses from Algebra 1 to Calculus. For the last 6 years she has been the Secondary Mathematics Coordinator where she supported math curriculum, instruction and assessment for all 7-12 math classrooms in the district.  Her passion for helping students succeed through student centered math instruction has led her back to the classroom.  This year she will return to teaching at Mesquite High School where she looks forward to implementing the many strategies she has learned over the years.

This is a two-part series focused on High School Mathematics that earn participants professional development certificates for 9 hours.  

$50 stipends will only be provided to the first 25 teachers from Arizona schools who participate in both sessions due to the generosity of Lee and Arthur Herbst.

Please only register if you can attend both sessions.

Presenters: Kristi Peterson
Date: TBD
Time: 1:00pm-5:00pm
Location: In-person at UArizona Tucson campus. Remote via Zoom. Building and Room Number to be Announced to Participants or Remotely via Zoom
Earn: 9 hours of professional development credit for re-certification and a $50 stipend for full participation in both sessions.

POSTPONED - TBD

Algebra tiles are a powerful tool to help learners concretize abstract algebraic concepts. This introductory session on algebra tiles covers how to "name" algebra tiles, simplify expressions, and solve equations and inequalities. No registration required. Drop Ins welcome! If possible, please have a physical set of algebra tiles available during the workshop. The zoom meeting password is Math. Check out the flyer here!

Presenters: Ariel Beggs
Date: Wednesday, August 31st, 2022
Time: 4:15pm-5:15pm
Location: Remote via Zoom.
Earn: 1 hour of professional development credit for re-certification.

ZOOM LINK

Algebra Tiles Flyer

IMPACTS K-8 Summer Institutes (Hybrid with in-person and online participants)

Middle and High School Mathematics Teachers Institute

April 2, 2022 8AM-12PM IMPACTS Games That Build Fluency Grades 3-5

April 2, 2022 1:00PM-3:00PM: CPM Spotlight Session #3: Creating Collaborative Classrooms

Facilitators: Joel Miller & Ashley Boyd

  • Come experience being a part of a team throughout this collaborative session. Using team roles and instructional strategies (that particularly deal with virtual and in-person classrooms), participants will learn together and complete a math task. For the closure of the session, participants will reflect on how using these strategies might increase evidence of the Mathematical Practices in their own classroom.

April 5, 2022 5:30PM-7:00PM: A New Look at the Unit Circle - Bruce's HS Spotlight Session #2 (in person only)

Facilitator: Bruce MacMillan

  • Understanding the unit circle is one of the most basic skills of trigonometry.  (Notice I said “understanding”, not “memorizing”!)  In this session we will see a way of teaching the unit circle so your students will have a complete understanding of where the values come from.  No angles involved! Ideal for Advanced Algebra and Trigonometry Class. Participants should bring a graphing calculator with them.

April 9, 2022, 8:30am-12:30pm: IMPACTS-MS Student Superhero Teams Battling Monstrous Tasks (Level 2 featuring Marcy Wood)

April 9, 2022 1PM-5PM HEMS - Elementary: Making Mathematics Come Alive in Elementary School! Part 2 (Hybrid Event in 2 parts, please only register if you can attend both sessions.  Includes a $50 stipend for full participation for Arizona Teachers)

April 19, 2022 5:30PM-7:00PM: – Modeling with Right Triangle Trigonometry - Bruce's HS Spotlight Session #3 (in person only)

Facilitator: Bruce MacMillan

  • In this session we will see two real world mathematical problems that can be solved with a knowledge of intermediate algebra and right triangle trigonometry.  (Both of these problems have an optional calculus extension, for calculus teachers!) Participants should bring a graphing calculator with them. Ideal for Advanced Algebra and Trigonometry Class.

April 23, 2022 8:30AM-12:30PM IMPACTS Create an Intervention Program Based on a Number

April 23, 2022, 8:00am-2:30pm: Advanced Placement Practice Exam Day

Mar 5, 2022, 8:30am-12:30pm: IMPACTS-MS Foundations of Functions and Functional Reasoning

Mar 5, 2022 8AM-12PM IMPACTS Games That Build Fluency Grades PK-2

Mar 12, 2022 1:00PM-3:00PM: CPM Spotlight Session #2: Algebra Tiles + Area Models = Conceptual Understanding

Facilitators: Astrida Lizins & Rhonda Pierre

  • Manipulatives in a secondary math classroom? You'll see how successful it can be. Build on students’ understanding of an area model for multiplication from lower grades by using algebra tiles to multiply polynomials, factor, and complete the square. Algebra tiles increase conceptual understanding that leads to proficiency once students no longer need the tiles. Additionally, the tiles provide students with a tactile engaging experience.

Mar 26, 2022 8AM-12PM IMPACTS Conceptual Strategies for Multiplication and Division

Mar 26, 2022 1PM-5PM HEMS - Elementary: Making Mathematics Come Alive in Elementary School! Part 1 (Hybrid Event in 2 parts, please only register if you can attend both sessions.  Includes a $50 stipend for full participation for Arizona Teachers)

Mar 29, 2022 5:30PM-7:00PM: Go Fly a Kite - Bruce's HS Spotlight Session #1 (in person only)

Facilitator: Bruce MacMillan

  • In this session we will do some measuring and calculating, and collect data regarding the construction of a kite.  The idea is to build a kite that will maximize its area, so it will fly its best! The result of this problem is quite surprising! Participants should bring a graphing calculator with them. Ideal for Geometry and Advanced Algebra classes.

Feb 5, 2022 8AM-12PM: IMPACTS Digging Deep into Geometry Grades 3-5 

Feb 5, 2022 1:00PM-3:00PM: CPM Spotlight Session #1: Fun with Functions

Facilitators: Bri Ruiz & Danielle Boggs

  • Participants will experience several activities concerning functions during this highly engaging session. These activities include function machines, a silent board game, an exploration of function transformations, and a functions treasure hunt. Participants will engage in collaborative discourse as they process the CCSS Mathematical Practices throughout. 

Feb 12, 2022, 8:00am-12:00pm: IMPACTS Conceptual Strategies for Addition and Subtraction

Feb 12, 2022, 8:30am-12:30pm: IMPACTS-MS Conceptualizing Change and Graphing (Fully Online by Zoom)

Feb 12, 2022, 8:30am-12:30pm: IMPACTS K-5 Building a Sense of Fractions Grades 3-5

Feb 19, 2022 8AM-12PM: IMPACTS Level 2: Digging Deep into Estimation and Rounding Grades 2-5

 

Oct 2, 2021, 8:30am-12:30pm: IMPACTS-MS: Ratios, Proportions, and Proportional Reasoning, PART 2 of 2

Oct 2, 2021, 8AM-12PM:  IMPACTS Digging Deep into Number Sense Grades PK-1

Oct 2, 2021, 1PM-4PM: IMPACTS Supporting Special Education: Powerful Models and Strategies for Students That Learn Differently K-5

Oct 5 and 7, 2021, 3:30pm-5:30pm: Getting REAL Facilitator Training Grades K-8 parts 1 and 2 (Remote) Facilitator: Suzi Mast

Oct 16, 2021, 8:30am-12:30pm: IMPACTS Experiences Before Explanations: A Mathematically Powerful Lesson Structure Grades K-5

Oct 23, 2021, 8:30am-12:30pm: IMPACTS-MS Patterns and Visualization in Grades 5-9

Oct 23, 2021, 1PM-4PM: IMPACTS Writing in Mathematics Part 1 Grades 1-5

Oct 30, 2021, 8AM-12PM:  IMPACTS Level 2: Digging Deep into Decimals Grades 4-6

September 2, 2021, 8:00am-12:00pm: Community Based Organizations - Getting REAL Facilitator Training Grades K-8 (Remote) Facilitator: Suzi Mast

September 2, 2021, 12:30pm-4:00pm: Community Based Organizations - Getting REAL Facilitator Training Grades K-8 (Remote) Facilitator: Melissa Hosten

September 3, 2021, 8:00am-11:30am: Community Based Organizations - Getting REAL Facilitator Training Grades K-8 (Remote) Facilitator: Suzi Mast

September 7 and 9, 2021, 3:30pm-5:30pm: Getting REAL Facilitator Training Grades K-8 parts 1 and 2 (Remote) Facilitator: Suzi Mast

Sept 11, 2021, 8:30am-12:30pm: IMPACTS-MS Fractions and Fraction Operations: Foundations for Middle School Mathematics, PART 2 of 2

Sept 11, 2021 8:30am-12:30pm: IMPACTS Engaging ALL Learners: Using Complex Instruction in Grades K-5

Sept 11, 2021 12:30pm-4:30pm:HEMS-HS: High School: Reigniting Student Interest in Mathematics with Thomas Gribble - Part 2

Sept 18, 2021, 8:30am-12:30pm: IMPACTS-MS: Ratios, Proportions, and Proportional Reasoning, PART 1 of 2

Sept 18, 2021, 8AM-12PM: IMPACTS Digging Deep into Multiplication and Division Grades 3-5

Sept 25, 2021, 8AM-12PM: IMPACTS Digging Deep into Place Value Grades K-2

Sept 25, 2021, 1PM-4PM: IMPACTS Fostering Productive Struggle in Grades K-5

Sept 25, 2021, 9:00AM-12:00PM: High School Series: Activity Building and Activity Finding in DESMOS (Remote Only) - Presented by Sharon Newman

September 26 and 30, 2021, 3:30pm-5:30pm: Getting REAL Facilitator Training Grades K-8 parts 1 and 2 (Remote) Facilitator: Suzi Mast

Sept 29, 2021, 5-7pm: Game Night hosted by AmeriCorps and the CRR - Families, Students, Teachers, and Community Members are invited to join the CRR and AmeriCorps for a night of fun, community, board games and logic from the comfort of your computer. 

  Please download and share the flyer: CRR Virtual Game Night Flyer for 9-29-21.pdf

August 14, 2021 8AM-12PM: IMPACTS Digging Deep into Addition and Subtraction Grades K-4

August 16 & 23, 2021, 5:30pm-7:00pm: Getting REAL Facilitator Training Grades 2-8 (Remote)

August 18 & 25, 2021, 5:30pm-7:00pm: Getting REAL Facilitator Training Grades K-1 (Remote)

Aug 21, 2021, 8:30am-12:30pm: IMPACTS-MS Fractions and Fraction Operations: Foundations for Middle School Mathematics, PART 1 of 2

Aug 21, 2021, 8:30am-12:30pm: IMPACTS You Can Be a Problem-Solving Detective: Supporting Student Success with Word Problems K-5

Aug 21, 2021, 1:00pm-2:00pm: Comparing Fractions Conceptually - Butterflies Stay in the Garden

Description: Can we really expect students to compare any set of fractions without the “butterfly trick”? Absolutely! It’s critical that students develop a conceptual understanding of the magnitude of fractions to lay the foundation for operations with fractions as well as proportional reasoning and algebra. Come and participate in a variety of hands-on tasks that will help your students develop strategies for comparing fractions

Presenter: Agi Post

Location: Live ZOOM event only

August 24 & 26, 2021, 5:30pm-7:00pm: Getting REAL Facilitator Training Grades 2-8 (Remote)

Aug 27-28, 2021: IMPACTS Teacher Leader Retreat (by invitation only)

August 28, 2021, 1:00pm-5:00pm: HEMS-HS: High School: Reigniting Student Interest in Mathematics with Thomas Gribble - Part 1 

August 30, 2021, 8:00am-11:30am: Community Based Organizations - Getting REAL Facilitator Training Grades K-8 (Remote)

July 24, 2021, 8:00am-11:30am: Getting REAL Facilitator Training Grades 4-6 (Remote)

July 24, 2021, 12:30pm-4:00pm: Getting REAL Facilitator Training Grades 7-8 (Remote)

July 26, 2021, 8:00am-11:30am: Getting REAL Facilitator Training Grades K-1 (Remote)

July 26, 2021, 12:30pm-4:00pm: Getting REAL Facilitator Training Grades K-1 (Remote)

July 27, 2021, 8:00am-11:30am: Getting REAL Facilitator Training Grades 2-3 (Remote)

July 27, 2021, 12:30pm-4:00pm: Getting REAL Facilitator Training Grades 2-3 (Remote)

July 28, 2021, 8:00am-11:30am: Getting REAL Facilitator Training Grades 4-6 (Remote)

July 28, 2021, 12:30pm-4:00pm: Getting REAL Facilitator Training Grades 4-6 (Remote)

July 29, 2021, 8:00am-11:30am: Getting REAL Facilitator Training Grades 7-8 (Remote)

July 29, 2021, 12:30pm-4:00pm: Getting REAL Facilitator Training HAS BEEN CANCELLED due to no registrations

 

July 31, 2021, 8:00am-11:30am: Getting REAL Facilitator Training Grades K-1 (Remote)

July 31, 2021, 12:30pm-4:00pm: Getting REAL Facilitator Training Grades 2-3 (Remote)