Upcoming NHEEMC events:
Math with Technology in Early Education (EDUC745/845) A 3 week intensive course will be offered beginning December 27th through January 18th. The course will explore active learning in early math. This is an online, 2-credit UNH course. Scholarship to assist with the cost of the course is available to NHEEMC members. For more information about the course, scholarship or to sign up, email the NHEEMC project coordinator, Kiki Donis-Wahl: Kiki.email@example.com or sign up using the online form.
Early Childhood STEM Conference
NHEEMC is excited to be teaming up with UNH’s STEM Teachers' Collaborative to provide a daylong STEM summit for New Hampshire educators on Saturday, January 26, 2019. Attendance to this daylong summit will be free for NHEEMC members. Free parking pass, childcare, and lunch will be provided. More information about the keynote speaker and session topics related to early math will be posted here soon, please check back.
What’s happening around New Hampshire:
NHTM Fall Dine & Discuss The New Hampshire Teachers of Mathematics invites to an event featuring Laurie Boswell who will present research-based teaching strategies based upon the research of John Hattie, referred to as "Visible Learning K-12". October 16, 2018, 5 – 8PM at the Kimball-Jenkins Estate, Concord, NH. Sign up here
Strengthen Your Students Success in Math: New Innovative Strategies to Differentiate Math Instruction (K-3) The Institute for Educational Development is offering this one day seminar specifically designed for classroom teachers, math coaches, interventionists, special education staff, Title I staff, and other educators teaching Mathematics in grades K-3. November 14. Sign up here
Fluency with Numbers and Operations (K-5) UNH Professional Development & Training is offering a one day workshop to explore a brief overview of instructional shifts for developing mathematical ideas around fluency with numbers and operations. At the end of the day, you will be more familiar with a variety of computational and operational math strategies as well as the importance of developing number flexibility. We will practice addition/subtraction and multiplication/division strategies and hands-on activities to incorporate into your teaching practice that support developing understanding with these math concepts. Find out how the use of manipulatives can further support mathematical understanding allowing students to understand eventually why standard algorithms work. Learn tasks, games, and activities for math instruction to increase student engagement as well as build more excitement of math for students. Participants leave with games/activities students can work through in small group or independently in the classroom. This workshop will take place on November 2, 2018 at the UNH Manchester Campus. Visit the UNH PD&T website for more information https://training.unh.edu/course/fluency-numbers-and-operations-k-5
- Free access to the services of the NHEEMC’s PD website
- Scholarship to take a 2-credit online course at the University of New Hampshire
- Free access to on-site coaching by the NHEEMC coaches
- Free registration to annual Early Childhood STEM conference
- Online and off-line venues to form professional learning community
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