Upcoming Math Events

  • Online: Engaging In Math Games in the K-5 Classroom

    2 Hour Online Workshop

    Join us to think about the role of games can be used to build mathematical fluency.  In this two hour online workshop you will learn from experts what makes a good math game and how you could implement this into your classroom.  Participants will get a chance to play games and be given resources to share with other educators.  

    Date:

    March 30th from 1:00PM-3:00 PM

    April 2nd from 1:00 PM-3:00 PM (Repeated Session)

    Zoom Link: Use this link to join the meeting. 

    Registration Link:  Sesson 126327 

    Cost:  Free! (Participants will need to purchase clock hours, but registration for the course is offered at no cost!)

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  • Blended Online/Canvas Course: Secondary STEM it UP!

    Join us for this 15 hour STEM professional learning is designed to authentically integrate the use of Science, Technology (Computer Science), Engineering, and Mathematics standards.  The participants will experience an authentic STEM lesson and use STEM principles to incorporate STEM learning into lessons.

    Participants will be able to:

    • Experience an authentic STEM lesson
    • Know how to access the various STEM standards
    • Know how the various STEM standards overlap
    • Understand how to incorporate STEM standards into classroom lessons

    Nine hours will be online with six hours of instruction on your own.  

    Instructor:  Jeff Crawford

    Cost:  Free registration, participants will need to purchase their own clock hours. 

    Online Dates:  All online classes will be held from 10:00-11:30.  Classt imes may be changed when schools are operational. 

       Wednesday April 1st

       Wednesday, April 15th

       Wednesday, April 22nd

       Wedneday, April 29th

       Wednesday, May 6th

       Wednesday, May 13th

    Registration Link: 126368

    Zoom Link: Click here to access the online class. 

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  • Online: Spring Break Math Road Trip (STEM)

    4 Hour Online Workshop: STEM Clock Hours

    Yes it is Spring Break and we are headed out on a Mathematical Road Trip!  Join us for this four day-one hour STEM sessions.  Each day we will take you to a new "Mathematical Locations" that engage you with Math and Technology. 

    Instructors:  Dawn Sparks, Luke Matlack and Debra Kowalkowski

    Dates and Times:  All online sessions will be from 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM

       Monday, April 4th

       Tuesday, April 5th

       Wednesday, April 6th

       Thursday, April 7th

    Registration Link: 126369

    Cost:  Course is free!  Participants are responsible for purchase of clock hours. 

    Zoom Link:  Choose this  link to sign into the daily classes.

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  • (STEM) Math Dense STEM Integrating STEM into your Math Classroom For Grades 3rd-5th

     

    15 STEM Clock Hours! June 18th and 19th

    This 15 hour workshop is for teachers and instructional coaches that support mathematics in the intermediate grades and are looking for ways to integrate STEM into the math classroom. Three instructional hours will be completed online, with 12 hours of professional learning in a face to face learning environment. Participants will receive a Mindset Mathematics grade level book for attending this workshop.

    Dates: This is a blended course with 3 hours of online coursework and 12 hours of a face to face workshop. 

    Online 3 Hours:  Course will open up on April 1st and will need to be completed by June 26th. 

    Workshop:  Two days...

         June 18th and 19th from 8:00-3:00 each day

         ESD 105's Yakima Room

    Instructor:  Dawn Sparks and Luke Matlack

    Fee:  $120.00- Inludes Grade Level Mindset Mathematics Book by Jo Boaler

    Session ID Number: 126244

     

     

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  • (STEM) Modeling with Mathematics in Middle and High School Explore Mathematics with Desmos

     

     

    15 STEM Clock Hours!

    This 15 hour STEM Mathematics workshop is for teachers and instructional coaches supporting middle and high school mathematics in learning and providing instruction using Desmos and Geogebra. Participants will engage 12 hours of this professional learning in a face to face learning environment with 3 hours of online coursework. These two programs let users explore math in new and exciting ways. Both programs want to help all students learn math and love learning math. Graph functions, plot tables of data, evaluate equations, explore transformation and much more.

     

    Dates: This is a blended course with 3 hours of online coursework and 12 hours of a face to face workshop. 

    Online 3 Hours:  Course will open up on April 1st and will need to be completed by June 26th. 

    Workshop:  Two days...

         June 22nd and 23rd from 8:00-3:00 each day

         ESD 105's Yakima Room

    Instructor:  Jeff Crawford

    Fee:  $100.00

    Session ID Number: 125979

     

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  • K-5 Math Summer Intervention- Math For Love

     

    Is your summer math program looking to...

    • Have students explore math playfully with lots of games and hands on experiences
    • Create an environment that is safe and promotes love for mathematics
    • Make student thinking and engagement the center of the math classroom

    Math For Love has been used as a summer and intervention program in many districts.  Learn how you can adapt this program to serve the students in your district.  

    “We created Math for Love to combine Play and Rigor, we play and learn the big ideas! Our target is the student who falls through the cracks:  kids behind grade level.  English-language learners, and possibly those who have started to associate school and especially math—as a place they want nothing to do with. Our goal was to craft an experience for them that would be: 

    • Positive, and get them excited to come to school!
    • Productive, helping them step up toward, to, or beyond grade level
    • Playful, to help them bring their autonomy and creativity to mathematics, and truly own the subject.” Dan Finkel-Curriculum Creator

    Date: May 21, 2019

    Time: 8:30-3:30 

    Location:  ESD 105 Yakima Room

    Fee:  $50.00

    Session ID:  123965

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  • How to Register for Professional Learning Events

     

    1. Visit ESD 105's Online Professional Development page.
    2. Navigate to the event's registration page with a Session ID number or use the Calendar of Sessions.
    3. Register for the event.
     
    To make your online registration experience more successful:
    • You must have an ESD 105 escWorks account.
    • Free ESD 105 escWorks accounts can be set up on this page.
    • Update your ESD 105 escWorks account if you have changed buildings, districts, email, or your home address.
    • Teachers, please check with your district before registering for events during the school year.
    • If there is a fee for the event, you will need a District PO number or credit card to complete the online registration process.
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