2019 Schedule and Cost

July 8 – July 12:

– DMI: Building a System of Tens

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July 15 – July 19:

– Developing Mathematical Ideas: Making Meaning for Operations

– Professional Development for Mathematics Coaching

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July 22 – July 26:

– Developing Mathematical Ideas: Reasoning Algebraically About Operations

– Developing Mathematical Ideas-Facilitation Training (DMI-F)

Daily Schedule

Each institute runs from 8:30 AM – 4:30 PM Monday – Thursday and from 8:30 AM – 12:00 PM on Friday. Lunch is provided daily.

Fees

The non-credit price for a one-week summer institute is $549. This includes lunch Monday through Friday.

Credits

Each institute can be taken for two graduate credits from Mount Holyoke College at the rate of $775 per credit, or $1550 per institute.

Partner District Discount: Schools that contract with Mike Flynn and/or Sarah Bent for professional learning are considered partner districts. Teachers from partner districts receive a 50% discount on for-credit registrations.

Meals and Accommodations

All program fees include lunch on Monday through Friday.  Participants will make their own arrangements for other meals and overnight accommodations. Click here to learn about housing options.

Refunds

If you are accepted into an institute and cannot attend, refunds will be offered only if your place in the program can be filled either by another educator at your site or through our wait list.

Course Materials

Each participant is responsible for purchasing the course materials.

For Developing Mathematical Ideas institutes (DMI), purchase the casebook for the appropriate DMI module. See DMI Materials for more information about the description, cost, and purchasing information. Plan to order well in advance to receive the book in time to bring with you.

For DMI-Facilitation Institutes, purchase the Facilitator Package for the appropriate DMI module. This includes the facilitator guide and videos. You will also need the corresponding casebook.

All MLP institutes are subject to cancellation in the event of insufficient enrollment.  In such cases, full refunds will be offered.

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