2016-17 NC Math 1, NC Math 2, and NC Math 3 - "Just in Time" Sessions
The Just in Time virtual sessions support the implementation of the 2016 Revised Standards for NC Math 1, NC Math 2, and NC Math 3.
All documents, presentations and videos can be located in the Google Folder to the right.
If you have any questions, please contact Lisa Ashe at lisa.ashe@dpi.nc.gov or Joseph Reaper at joseph.reaper@dpi.nc.gov.

To register, please click on the registration link, select the session date you wish to participate, and complete the rest of the form.

Schedule for Just in Times Sessions:

Using the Math Resources for Instruction (Aug 31, 2016)

NC Math 1 - Register for a NC Math 1 Session

- Function (Sept 8, 2016)

- Exponential Functions (Oct 6, 2016)

- Quadratic Functions (Nov 3, 2016)

- Statistics (Dec 1, 2016)

NC Math 2 - Register for a NC Math 2 Session

- Geometric Transformations (Sept 15, 2016)

- Square Root and Inverse Variation Functions (Oct 13, 2016)

- Right Triangle Trigonometry (Nov 10, 2016)

- Probability (Dec 8 , 2016)

NC Math 3 - Register for a NC Math 3 Session

- Exponential & Logarithmic Functions (Sept 22, 2016)

- Modeling with Geometry (Oct 20, 2016)

- Rational Functions (Nov 17, 2016)

- Trigonometric Functions (Dec 15, 2016)

Math Leaders - Register for a Math Leaders Session

- Thursday, Sept 29

- Tuesday, Oct 25

- Monday, Nov 21

- Monday, Dec 12


Google Folder: Material and Recordings of the Just in Time Sessions




2014 Secondary Math Webinar: Where should classroom instruction focus across Secondary mathematics in preparation for the EOGs, EOCs and NC Final Exams?

During this webinar, we will study and compare the use of the mathematical standards for expressions, equations and functions through the Secondary mathematics sequence.

Progressions


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2013 Common Core Online Math Modules (FREE)

UNC Charlotte’s College of Education, in conjunction with the STEM Center and Southwest Education Alliance is proud to announce the release of Online Mathematics Modules. If you are a K-2, 3-5 or 6-8, 9-12 mathematics teacher, facilitator, coach or administrator in charge of mathematics professional development, earn CEU for participating in an online module that focuses on the mathematical practices and content of the Common Core State Standards for Mathematics.
Each module takes approximately 10 hours to finish, and can be completed either individually at your own pace or preferably with other teachers in a Professional Learning Community. We envision these modules being used by math coaches and facilitators at their schools with groups of teachers during professional development time.
To register for the course, contact Michelle Stephan at michelle.stephan@uncc.edu

Recording of Webinar



2013 High School Mathematics Pathways

This webinar discusses the three possible high school mathematics pathways and their aligned assessments.

High School Mathematics Pathways

High School Webinars




2012 Making Mathematics Accessible (K-12)


Making Mathematics Accessibe power point.pdf
Making Mathematics Accessible power point with notes.pdf



2012 K-12 Getting Started: Organizational Tools and Instructional Planning Model


Getting Started Webinar
Getting Started Webinar with notes
Planning Template
Elementary Template
Middle School Template
High School Template
Instructional Planning Model



Archived Secondary Professional Development Files


Archived Files
  • Middle School Math Conference, March 2012
  • Proportional Reasoning and the CCSS
  • Marvelous Math Time
  • Should High Schools Transition to an Integrated Curriculum?
  • What Will CC Assessments Look Like?