"We have an innate desire to endlessly learn, grow, and develop. We want to become more than what we already are. Once we yield to this inclination for continuous and never-ending improvement, we lead a life of endless accomplishments and satisfaction." -- Chuck Gallozzi
Teachers are endlessly learning, growing and developing the next generation and themselves. This webpage will be updated regularly with some of the many opportunities available for continued professional growth in the area of mathematics. For additional supports please check Instructional Resources.
- Free illustrations show Common Core Mathematical Practices in action
Implementing the Mathematical Practice Standards is a project of the Education Development Center to promote teacher learning about the mathematical practices, which are part of the Common Core State Standards in Mathematics. Educators may browse a library of illustrations for all of the practices, each of which includes a mathematics task, student dialogue, teacher reflection questions, mathematical overview, and student materials.
- Colorado Council of Teachers of Mathematics
The Colorado Council of Teachers of Mathematics in conjunction with CDE provides regional workshops through the school year to support professional learning around the Colorado Academic Standards.
- Annenburg Foundation
The Annenburg Foundation has a website for educator professional development with great workshops and courses for mathematics teachers. The courses are free but for a fee graduate credit is available from Colorado State University.
- Teaching Channel
Teaching Channel is a website designed to support the professional learning of teachers through videos of high quality teaching, discussion questions and opportunities for asynchronous conversations. Check out these math focused videos for all grade levels.
- Inside Mathematics
Inside Mathematics is a professional resource for teachers, coaches and principals. There are tools for educators containing curriculum resources including tasks and videos for each grade level and the Common Core Standards link features classroom examples of the Standards for Mathematical Practices.
- California Common Core State Standards Resource
The California Department of Education in conjunction with several state associations including the California Mathematics Council has created a California Common Core State Standards Resource page to support the learning of mathematical content knowledge associated with the Common Core State Standards.
- Achieve the Core Professional Development Modules
Student Achievement Partners, a nonprofit founded by three of the contributing authors to the Common Core that develops tools for effective standards implementation, has released three additional Common Core professional development modules designed to support district and school leadership in their transition to the Common Core.
For website assistance in mathematics, please contact Mary Pittman.