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Mentor Your Own: Supporting Strong Development of Mathematical Practices

After you have become oriented to all of the possible ways to use the resources that come with a PoW membership and you have a foundation of mentoring skills, this course provides an opportunity to apply what you've learned with your own students and focus on the development of their mathematical thinking and problem solving, individually and collectively.

  This moderated course will be led by Suzanne Alejandre, Max Ray, and Valerie Klein. It will take place online using Bb/Vista, and the Problems of the Week. The only technical requirements are a web browser and Internet access.

Who: Current subscribers of the Problems of the Week who want to use the Math Forum's mentoring process with their students. Participation requires membership at the Full PoW Membership level or higher. Non-members or Current PoW members may purchase the necessary access at a discounted rate.


January 8 - February 18, 2015
Registration closes at 5 pm EDT on Thursday, January 8, 2015. There will be approximately 15 hours of seat-work involved in this course.

Credit: All individuals who successfully complete the course will receive a certificate indicating that they have completed 30 hours of professional development. This is equivalent to 3 Continuing Education Units (CEUs).

  $149 - for current members at Full PoW level or higher
  $174 - for non-members (course plus Full PoW Membership access during the six week course)
  $298 - for non-members (course plus Full PoW Membership access through December, 2015)

      Register now!

Please email me with any questions.

Suzanne Alejandre, Director of Professional Development

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