Summer 2016 Workshops

We are happy to announce we will be offering the following workshops in 2016!

University Park

  • July 18-22: Math as a Second Language
    • Content focus on K-5 threads of Number, Operation, and Algebraic Thinking.
    • Pedagogy discussions on research-supported classroom practice for mathematics.
    • Facilitated by Andrew Baxter, Fran Arbaugh, and Andrea McCloskey.
  • July 25-29: Functions and Algebra
    • Continues the themes of Math as a Second Language to develop more Algebraic Thinking and Proportional Reasoning.
    • Continues pedagogy discussions on research-supported classroom practice for mathematics.
    • Facilitated by Andrew Baxter, Fran Arbaugh, and Andrea McCloskey.
    • Math as a Second Language is a pre-requisite for this workshop.

Penn State Brandywine

Brandywine workshop site
  • July 11-15: Math as a Second Language
    • Content focus on K-5 threads of Number, Operation, and Algebraic Thinking.
    • Pedagogy discussions on research-supported classroom practice for mathematics.
    • Facilitated by Charles Helou, Marina Skyers, and Kim Schultz.
  • July 18-22: Functions and Algebra
    • Continues the themes of Math as a Second Language to develop more Algebraic Thinking and Proportional Reasoning.
    • Continues pedagogy discussions on research-supported classroom practice for mathematics.
    • Facilitated by Charles Helou, Marina Skyers, and Kim Schultz.
    • Math as a Second Language is a pre-requisite for this workshop.

Penn State Greater Allegheny

Greater Allegheny workshop site
  • August 1-5: Math as a Second Language
    • Content focus on K-5 threads of Number, Operation, and Algebraic Thinking.
    • Pedagogy discussions on research-supported classroom practice for mathematics.
    • Facilitated by Kuei-Nuan Lin, Beth Lindsay, and Fran Arbaugh

Workshops are all-day, 9am-4pm.

Applications open February 1, 2016 until April 1.

Contact Andrew Baxter baxter@math.psu.edu with any questions.

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