Get a (free) sneak peek at IM K-5 Math

IM K-5 Math v.1

Get a sneak peek at IM K–5 Math during our series of
interactive webinars starting on February 12th.

All webinars, except for Feb. 12, will be recorded. If you miss the Feb. 12 event, there is a video discussing the same information here.
If you want to find out what we share in any of the other webinars but aren’t able to attend, recordings will be available on the website afterwards.

Learn All About IM K–5 Math v.I

Join Ashley Powell, IM Certified™ Facilitator, for an in-depth look at our new K–5 curriculum. She’ll give a tour of the teacher materials, demonstrate the lesson structure from warm-up to cool down, and explain how centers support math fluency. In addition, Ashley will explore how to build a mathematical community through equitable practice and structure. Come ready with your questions to see how IM K–5 Math can help your students learn math for life.

Hosted by Ashley Powell
February 12th, 2021
3:00 – 4:00 PM ET


Comparing IM K–5 Math and IM 6–12 Math — What’s New?

While IM K–5 Math shares many similarities with our 6–8 and 9–12 curricula, all of the units have been geared towards meeting the unique needs of the elementary classroom. In this interactive webinar, Greta Anderson, IM Certified Facilitator, will explore the importance of hands-on activities, lessons designed to fit the structure of the elementary school day, the use of ongoing formative assessment, and the importance of teacher reflection. This presentation is geared towards educators who are already familiar with or using IM 6–8 Math or IM 9–12 Math.

Hosted by Greta Anderson
February 19th, 2021
3:00 – 3:30 PM ET


IM K-5 Math as a Support for Culturally Responsive Pedagogy

When developing IM K–5 Math, the authors wanted to make sure that all students—regardless of race, ethnicity, language, gender, ability, and socioeconomic background—could see themselves in the curriculum. During this presentation,Dr. LaToya Byrd, Manager of IM Certified Facilitators, will share IM’s stance on supporting culturally responsive pedagogy (CRP), highlight specific design features that support teachers implementing CRP in their classrooms, offer an opportunity for teachers and leaders to review the curriculum with a CRP lens, and reflect on how it can benefit teachers and students.

Hosted by LaToya Byrd
March 5th, 2021
3:00 – 3:30 PM ET


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