Current Offerings

Virtual Course - Leading Family Math Events (1 credit)

Course will open April 1, 2023 and close June 1, 2023 - Participants can work asynchronously through course content with two synchronous sessions on April 11 and May 16 from 3:30 – 5:30 PT/4:30 to 6:30 MT

Events which educate parents on how to support a child's mathematics education at home are a research-based strategy which impacts student achievement. This course will provide practicing educators and administrators across the state with knowledge, strategies and resources needed to host high quality Family Math events in Idaho elementary schools. Participants will contribute to and have access to a collection of resources created through this course.  

Instructors: ICTM Board Members: Erika Meadows, Idaho Science Coach; Kelli Rich, Advanced Construction Public Relations and Sharon Tennent, Boise School District Math Instructional Coach

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Catalyzing Change in Idaho High School Mathematics – Virtual Book Study (1 credit)

Online Synchronous Meeting Dates: April 24, May 8, May 22, June 5 (4:30 - 6:30 PT/5:30 – 7:30 MT)

This synchronous, virtual book study will engage high school educators in readings and discussions about exemplary high school mathematics programs using the NCTM publication Catalyzing Change in High School Mathematics. Essential content for all students will be discussed in alignment with the 2022 Idaho Content Standards for Mathematics. 

Instructors: Jerod Morehouse, Timberline High  School Mathematics Department Chair, PAEMST National Awardee 2019; Lanna Proctor, Deary High School Mathematics Department Chair; Levi Jaynes, Mathematics Specialist, Jefferson School District; Dr. Catherine Beals, SDE Mathematics Coordinator

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Mathematical Modeling and Modeling Mathematics – Hybrid Course (1 credit)

Online Synchronous Meeting Sessions: April 18, May 2, May 16 (4:00 - 5:30 PT/5:00 – 6:30 MT) with regional in-person sessions 9:00 to 4:00 (local time) on June 12 (Regions 5 & 6), June 13 (Regions 3 & 4) and June 14 (Regions 1 & 2)

What is the difference between mathematical modeling and modeling mathematics? This professional development course for in-service educators and administrators will support them as they incorporate modeling, both modeling mathematics and mathematical modeling, into their instructional practice to improve the learning of mathematics and its applications for all students.

Instructors: Dr. Kacey Diemert, Associate Professor of Mathematics & Region II Regional Math Center Director, with Regional Math Specialists Dr. Veronica Blackham and Josh Watson. 

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