Virtual Professional Learning Networks
Free Virtual Professional Learning Networks
Join us and colleagues from around the world by participating in one of our free Virtual Professional Learning Networks. Our Virtual PLNs use Zoom video conferencing and Google apps which are both free and easy to use. Please scroll down to see which network is right for you.
Free Virtual K-5 Teacher PLC
Who We Are: A community of K-5 math teachers from around the world who meet via videoconference throughout the year to learn together, share resources, discuss problems of practice, and support one another.
Dates: Coming in Spring 2019
Register here: K-5 Teacher PLC Registration
Who we are: A community of math coaches from around the world who meet via videoconference throughout the year to learn together, share resources, discuss problems of practice, and support one another.
Register here: Virtual Coaching PLC Registration
Dates: 9/27, 10/25, 12/6, 1/24, 2/28, 3/28, 4/25, and 5/23
Time: All sessions run from 6:30 – 7:30 PM ET
Free Virtual Book Study
Who we are: A community of math educators and administrators from around the world who meet via videoconference throughout the year to read and discuss professional books on mathematics education. This year we are reading Tracy Zager’s Becoming the Math Teacher You Wish You Had.
Register here: Virtual Book Study Registration
Dates: 9/27, 10/25, 11/15, 1/17, 2/21, 3/28, and 4/25
Time: All sessions run from 7:00 – 8:00 PM ET
We all know the importance of ongoing professional learning for administrators, but we also recognize the enormous demands on your time as a school or district administrator. That’s why we designed this short and focused online professional learning opportunity. Each session is only 20 minutes long and administrators can choose to attend the live session or watch the recording at their own convenience.
About the Series
As administrators focus their attention on mathematics, they often invest in professional learning for their teachers to support them in making pedagogical shifts that will promote student-centered learning and active engagement. However, what does that actually look like in the classroom and how can administrators support teachers in this work? This series aims to provide key insights that all K-8 administrators need to know to support this work in their schools. Each session is recorded for those that can’t attend live.
Dates: TBD for 2018/2019
Time: All sessions will begin at 3:30 PM ET
Register here: Microburst Series Registration