Check out our in-person events, live and on-demand professional learning webinars, and the upcoming conferences where the LONG + LIVE + MATH tribe will gather next.
This isn’t like other education conferences you’ve attended. LONG + LIVE + MATH: The National Institute attendees leave refreshed, excited, energized and equipped to make a difference. We bring together the smartest, most passionate educators and leaders to share insights and strategies around a common goal: to help every student reach their full potential in mathematics. LONG + LIVE + MATH is about transformation, and the educators like you who are making it happen every day. Come join your tribe.
Explore MATHia's new Leadership Reports that are designed to provide quick, easy insight into student learning throughout an entire district, within buildings, and even at the class level.Watch
Math anxiety can prevent students from taking risks, exploring mathematics, and reaching their potential. The solution? Making failure cheap. Explore 4 ways to do this with Matt Vaudrey.Watch
Join Dr. Steve Ritter as he drops some knowledge on research-proven ways to get students to engage in their learning. (The plan is to fan this spark into a flame.)Watch
Believing math myths can lead students to believe that math is "too hard," "not for them," or just plain unattainable. That’s nonsense, and Dr. Bob Hausmann and Amy Jones-Lewis will show you why.Watch
Teamwork makes the dream work, right? Sue Hamilton will share one of our favorite activities for building collaboration skills: the Marshmallow Fort Challenge. It’s like Candy Land in a classroom.Watch
Teachers, are you ready to get energized and excited about the rest of the school year? Dr. Bernard Frost is bringing some fun energy and truly hilarious techniques to your practice in this session.Watch
Dig into the content of the revised 8th grade text. Let’s look at how and why the content is arranged as it is in the revision and talk about how some of the first lessons might be facilitated.Watch
Dig into the content of the revised 7th grade text. Let’s look at how and why the content is arranged as it is in the revision and talk about how some of the first lessons might be facilitated.Watch
Dig into the content of the revised 6th grade text. Let’s look at how and why the content is arranged as it is in the revision and talk about how some of the first lessons might be facilitated.Watch
Explore the different reports available, investigate how to use the reports to inform instruction, and discuss how the reports can be shared with students, parents, and administrators.Watch
Join us for an overview of the improvements that students and teachers will see in the new MATHia for Middle School and MATHia for High School!Watch
Join us for an overview of the exciting improvements to our Middle School Math Solution texts! Explore the instructional design of the lessons and the features of the student and teacher materials.Watch
Join us as we speak with Dr. Almi Abeyta, Deputy Superintendent of Teaching and Learning at Santa Fe Public Schools, about strategies that have made a real impact for students in her district.Watch
Learn about the new NCSM tool for evaluating 3 Act Mathematical Tasks.Watch
Learn engaging classroom strategies that make math meaningful for students.Watch
How can we move students beyond memorization? Discover a learner-centered approach that helps students build deep conceptual understanding of mathematics.Watch
Learn about the research behind fixed and growth mindset and how teacher and student mindsets can impact student success in mathematics.Watch
Learn how to support students as they prepare for PARCC, Smarter Balanced and other state assessments.Watch
Join us to learn 5 practices for orchestrating productive mathematics discussions in the classroom.Watch
Join us to learn strategies for classroom management, grouping, holding students accountable for their mathematical conversations, and more.Watch
Robyn Jackson presents a new model for understanding teaching as a combination of skill and will and explains the best ways to support individual teachers’ ongoing professional development.Watch
Let’s explore a variety of online tools and iPad apps for increasing student engagement.Watch
Discuss strategies for using classroom walkthroughs to improve district-wide math instruction and student learning.Watch
Julia Freeland Fisher will discuss the latest Clayton Christensen Institute research on the growth and implementation of blended learning in K-12 schools.Watch
Learn about the research behind Fixed and Growth Mindset in order to make connections between teacher and student mindset and student success in mathematics.Watch
Alan November shares tactics for ensuring students know how to self-assess, own their own learning, and more.Watch
Join Robyn Jackson, author of How to Plan Rigorous Instruction, as she tackles the challenges of implementing rigor in the classroom.Watch
Thinking about going 1:1 or have you already started down that path but still have some concerns?Watch
Julia Freeland will discuss the latest Clayton Christensen Institute research on the growth and implementation of blended learning in K-12 schoolsWatch
Learn to effectively utilize Teacher’s Toolkit reports in order to guide student reflection and drive instructionWatch
This webinar provides information on supporting students and teachers as they prepare for the PARCC and Smarter Balanced Assessments.Watch
Join us as we discuss the characteristics of a productive classroom.Watch
Join us to gain some great ideas around classroom management, grouping, grading and a lot more!Watch
Join us as we present tips on creating and managing an effective Carnegie Learning lab.Watch
Join us as we define and discuss mathematical discourse and its benefit for students in a math classroomWatch
Explore a variety of online tools and iPad apps for increasing student engagement and achievement!Watch
A tour through Jump Start resources and discussion about formative assessment with the creatorsWatch
Join us for an hour with the author of the Carnegie Learning High School SeriesWatch
Learn about Carnegie Learning tools to support your students as they work at home.Watch
Educators will learn to effectively utilize Teacher’s Toolkit reports in order to guide student reflection and drive instruction.Watch
Join us for great ideas around classroom management, grouping, grading and a lot more!Watch
This “call to action” webinar will provide focused and practical guidance for providing the essential leadership required to significantly improve the productivity of school and district mathematicsWatch
Join this webinar to learn about the importance of expanding teacher understanding of math content and their own teaching practices.Watch
Explore and discuss the pedagogical and content changes needed to support the math Common Core State Standards.Watch
By connecting back to geometric transformations, we can uncover the structure that leads to the commonalities in transformations of the equations and the graphs.Watch
Interpret data and develop hypotheses, modifying instruction to improve student learning.Watch
Define and discuss mathematical discourse and its benefit for students in a math classroom.Watch
We'll briefly examine what modeling is and what mathematical modeling is and isn't.Watch
Discussion on the importance of students understanding probability and random sampling, exploring instructional recommendations using varieties of tools.Watch
In this webinar we define a formative assessment, discuss the process and value of it, then look at tasks that help create it for teachers and students in the middle school math classroom.Watch
Explore different approaches to implementing the Common Core.Watch
We will define and discuss mathematical discourse and its benefit for students in a math classroom.Watch
How can educators create, nurture, and maintain an effective student-centered classroom?Watch
Educators are gradually redefining the role of the principal from instructional leader with a focus on TEACHING to leader of a professional community with a focus on LEARNING.Watch
Receive an overview of the Partnership for Readiness for College and Career (PARCC).Watch
Review the results of the first large-scale study showing effectiveness of education technology, and specifically, a blended learning approach and see how these results were accomplished.Watch
Increase your effectiveness in learning to interpret and apply student data.Watch
Foster new instructional strategies that promote thinking, reasoning, and sense making.Watch
Examine the urgent need for developing the professional practice of teaching and learning in a Common Core environment.Watch
Exploration into Carnegie Learning Common Core Algebra II and Integrated Math IIIWatch
Exploration into Carnegie Learning Common Core Geometry and Integrated Math IIWatch
Preview classroom-based professional development supporting the Standards for Mathematical Practice.Watch
This is your time! Our goal with Fusion is to ensure you walk away with new insights and information - as well as best practices that you can immediately put to work on behalf of your students and your school. Join us in Portland, Oregon, to connect with others who've succeeded in helping turn their visions of greater student growth into reality.
Over 800 US K-12 grade level teachers will convene at #InfyPathfinders for high-quality, hands-on training. All tuition, travel, room and board for teacher participants will be paid. Funds from Infosys Foundation USA will be matched by school districts and individual donations through education crowdfunding leader DonorsChoose.org to make it possible for teachers to attend Pathfinders Summer Institute at no cost.
We look forward to sponsoring the EdSurge Fusion Conference. This conference is about bringing together education leaders around learning, equity and technology.
The RTM K-12 Education Congress brings together district curriculum, instruction, and technology to adequately prepare students for the future. Connect with large and innovative districts across the country and learn how they are tackling digital age challenges in the classroom.
The theme of the 44th AMATYC (American Mathematical Assocation of Two-Year Colleges) Annual Conference in 2018 is: The Main Attraction. Come visit us at booth #309!
The NCTM (National Council of Teachers of Mathematics) Regional Conferences and Expositions are an opportunity to share knowledge and learn with leaders in the mathematics education field. Join Carnegie Learning's Sarah Galasso for her presentation "Literacy in Mathematics: Reading and Writing in the Math Classroom" at 8 a.m. on Thursday, November 29th.
The Future of Education Technology Conference brings together the most dynamic and creative education professionals around the world for an exploration of new technologies, best practices, and pressing issues in an increasingly technology-driven education community Come visit us at booth #2115 to learn how we are maximizing the potential of education technology.
The National Council of Teachers of Mathematics (NCTM) Annual Meeting and Exposition, is where some of the best math minds come to share their knowledge and empower the mathematics community. Come join Carnegie Learning at booth #519 to see how we can transform your math!