3 September, 2010
Volume 15 No. 36

In This Issue

Differentiated Math Instruction: High School Level

Knowles Science Teaching Fellowships

Math Is Not Linear


Online PD


PoW Orientation

Math and Tech Workshops

Praxis II prep:
Moving to Math


Problem Based Learning Courses

Graduate Credit:
Mathematics Teaching and Learning Certificate

Master's Degree


Differentiated Math Instruction: High School Level


The Math Forum is pleased to announce a new online professional development course: a high-school level version of Differentiated Math Instruction: Using Rich Problems to Reach All Learners. Led by Max Ray, Professional Collaboration Facilitator, participants can expect to spend 3-5 hours per week on the course.

The course runs September 16–October 27, 2010. Registration closes at 5 pm EDT on Friday, September 10.

The elementary- and middle-school level version of this course, led by Claire Mead, runs at the same time, with the same registration deadline:


Knowles Science Teaching Fellowships


Knowles Science Teaching Foundation (KSTF) Teaching Fellowships provide up to five years of financial and professional support to exceptional individuals as they begin their careers teaching in U.S. high schools.

KSTF Science and Mathematics Teaching Fellows are chosen from among individuals who have earned or are in the process of earning a degree in science, mathematics or engineering. Fellowships are offered for individuals committed to teaching high school mathematics, physical sciences or biological sciences. Selection criteria are discussed here:


Applications for 2011 are accepted starting September 15, 2010.

Math Is Not Linear


Math teacher Alison Blank offers this thought-provoking, non-linear Prezi on the subject of math and its teaching.

What's a Prezi? Prezi is online presentation software, developed in response to perceived limitations of traditional presentation slide software. Set your inner graphic designer free!

Learn more:





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