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Minnesota Council of Teachers of Mathematics

An affiliate of the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics.
The MCTM is an organization of professionals dedicated to promoting the teaching and learning of meaningful mathematics for all students by supporting educators in their efforts to improve mathematics instruction.

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2024 Ross Taylor Leadership Symposium- Disrupting the Pattern of Failure in Mathematics Using the ICUCARE Equity Framework

  • April 11, 2024
  • 9:00 AM - 3:30 PM
  • DECC, Duluth, Minnesota
  • 83

Registration

  • One to four registrations - contact mctm@mctm.org for more than four registrations.

    Registration #5 and beyond are $160 and there is one free administrator for every four registrations.

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WHEN: Thursday, April 11, 2024, 9:00A.M - 3:30P.M.

WHERE: Duluth, DECC on Harbor Side

PRESENTER:   Dr. Pamela Seda

Title:  Disrupting the Pattern of Failure in Mathematics Using the ICUCARE Equity Framework

  • Is your site/district worried about failure in mathematics?

  • Are you looking for practical ways to provide instruction and interventions through a lens of equity in your school/district?

  • Do you need space for your math leadership team to build a plan?

COST:  1-4 participants $205 per person, after 4 registrations from the same district/group, the next 5 or more participants are at $160. One free administrator registration for every four 4 registrations.

REGISTRATION INCLUDES:

  • a copy of Choosing to See, A Framework for Equity in the Math Classroom by Pamela Seda and Kyndall Brown

Dr. Seda’s book, Choosing to See, contains the ICUCARE Framework which “through this lens, choosing to see means caring enough about what you see to act

Session Description:  A focus on equity-centered instruction is needed now more than ever.  Many teachers have a desire to change their practice, but don't know how.  Equity-minded teachers are often frustrated by the lack of support or barriers erected by systems created to sort kids rather than educate all of them at high levels.  In this session, leaders will learn practical strategies and tools to monitor and support the effective implementation of an equitable mathematics program.


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