ND MTSS Conference: Learn – Empower – Grow

NDMTSS

Every year, this conference is built with YOU in mind. Everyone who works to create more effective and efficient learning systems that support ALL students!

The 2024 NDMTSS Conference brings experts, partners, and ND schools together to learn, empower, and expand networks. The schedule offers specific strands on Leadership, Math, Standards-Based Learning, Behavior, Instruction, Assessment, and Literacy. Explore unique school experiences, stories, lessons, solutions, and initiatives in ND School Journey sessions. To register, click here.

Features of Effective Math Instruction: Part 1 (SEEC)

The Features of Effective Math Instruction Part 1 workshop is for teachers, school administrators, instructional coaches, and ND REA staff.

Participants will explore the following elements of research-based mathematics instruction: Explicit, systematic instruction with modeling; Multiple opportunities to practice and respond; Immediate and corrective feedback; Cumulative mixed review; and Procedural skill and fluency.

Following the study of these elements, participants will analyze their current math textbook using the Textbook Effective Math Instruction Scoring Rubric to determine current curriculum’s strengths and weaknesses and apply knowledge gained in the Features of Effective Math Instruction workshop to address identified weaknesses in textbook.

Objectives:
Investigate features of effective instruction through research and practice
Examine relationships between effective teaching and learning
Connect the features of effective instruction to the MTSS framework
Analyze current math textbook/resources for features of effective instruction
Construct plans to strengthen math instruction in our classrooms

PRESENTER: Kaye Andersen, Math Instructional Coach & Education Consultant (WERC).

DELIVERY: This opportunity will be delivered over 2-full day consecutive days Face-to-Face.

AUDIENCE: Elementary & Secondary Classroom Teachers, Instructional Coaches, Administrators.

CREDIT: 1 credit available through Valley City State University.

Features of Effective Math Instruction: Part 1 (RRVEC)

Features of Effective Math Instruction Workshop is for teachers, school administrators, instructional coaches, and ND REA staff. Participants will explore the following elements of research-based mathematics instruction: explicit, systematic instruction with modeling; multiple opportunities to practice and respond; immediate and corrective feedback; cumulative mixed review; and procedural skill and fluency.

Following the study of these elements, participants will analyze their current math textbook using the Textbook Effective Math Instruction Scoring Rubric to determine current curriculum’s strengths and weaknesses and apply knowledge gained in the Features of Effective Math Instruction workshop to address identified weaknesses in textbook.

Objectives:
Investigate features of effective instruction through research and practice
Examine relationships between effective teaching and learning
Connect the features of effective instruction to the MTSS framework
Analyze current math textbook/resources for features of effective instruction
Construct plans to strengthen math instruction in our classrooms

PRESENTER: Kaye Andersen, Math Instructional Coach & Education Consultant (WERC)

DELIVERY: This opportunity will be delivered over 2-full day consecutive days Face-to-Face.

AUDIENCE: Elementary & Secondary Classroom Teachers, Instructional Coaches, Administrators

CREDIT: 1 credit available through Valley City State University.

Math Chats

Math Chats is a course on the ND Educational Hub that hosts monthly topical conversations centered around intentional and meaningful mathematical instruction. These webinars are meant to inspire change and growth in mathematical practices.

Monday, March 25 3:30-4:30 pm CST!

Research-Based Math Practices

Explicit Instruction of Math Vocabulary

Math Chats Flyer

Features of Effective Math Instruction: Part 1 (NESC)

The Features of Effective Math Instruction Part 1 workshop is for teachers, school administrators, instructional coaches, and ND REA staff.

Participants will explore the following elements of research-based mathematics instruction: Explicit, systematic instruction with modeling; Multiple opportunities to practice and respond; Immediate and corrective feedback; Cumulative mixed review; and Procedural skill and fluency.

Following the study of these elements, participants will analyze their current math textbook using the Textbook Effective Math Instruction Scoring Rubric to determine current curriculum’s strengths and weaknesses and apply knowledge gained in the Features of Effective Math Instruction workshop to address identified weaknesses in textbook.

Objectives:
Investigate features of effective instruction through research and practice
Examine relationships between effective teaching and learning
Connect the features of effective instruction to the MTSS framework
Analyze current math textbook/resources for features of effective instruction
Construct plans to strengthen math instruction in our classrooms

PRESENTER: Kaye Andersen, Math Instructional Coach & Education Consultant (WERC).

DELIVERY: This opportunity will be delivered over 2-full day consecutive days Face-to-Face.

AUDIENCE: Elementary & Secondary Classroom Teachers, Instructional Coaches, Administrators.

CREDIT: 1 credit available through Valley City State University.

ND Standards-Based Learning: School Leadership Series

NDSBL 2024 Leadership Series

Zoom Link

Grade K-5 ND Math & ELA Standards – Priority Standards, Proficiency Scales, & Student-Friendly Scales

9:00 am Central Time

Grade 6-12 Math & ELA Standards – Priority Standards, Proficiency Scales, & Student-Friendly Scales

10:00 am Central Time

Features of Effective Math Instruction: Part 1 (NCEC)

The Features of Effective Math Instruction Part 1 workshop is for teachers, school administrators, instructional coaches, and ND REA staff.

Participants will explore the following elements of research-based mathematics instruction: Explicit, systematic instruction with modeling; Multiple opportunities to practice and respond; Immediate and corrective feedback; Cumulative mixed review; and Procedural skill and fluency.

Following the study of these elements, participants will analyze their current math textbook using the Textbook Effective Math Instruction Scoring Rubric to determine current curriculum’s strengths and weaknesses and apply knowledge gained in the Features of Effective Math Instruction workshop to address identified weaknesses in textbook.

Objectives:
Investigate features of effective instruction through research and practice
Examine relationships between effective teaching and learning
Connect the features of effective instruction to the MTSS framework
Analyze current math textbook/resources for features of effective instruction
Construct plans to strengthen math instruction in our classrooms

PRESENTER: Kaye Andersen, Math Instructional Coach & Education Consultant (WERC).

DELIVERY: This opportunity will be delivered over 2-full day consecutive days Face-to-Face.

AUDIENCE: Elementary & Secondary Classroom Teachers, Instructional Coaches, Administrators.

CREDIT: 1 credit available through Valley City State University.