Math Standards Webinar Video available

Dear colleagues,

I’m pleased to announce that the first webinar to dig into the new middle grades (5-9) and high school (7-12) standards is now available for viewing. This video webinar introduces the new Michigan Mathematics Teacher Preparation Standards for these grade bands. Attached you can also find a copy of the slides and transcripts that will soon be available at the video site as well. Please share with any colleagues who might want more understanding of the new mathematics standards for teacher preparation at these grade bands.

As a follow up, we will host a live question and answer session on March 15 at 11:30 am to address questions about the new mathematics standards. If you would like to attend this virtual session please email me. You can also email me any questions that you would like addressed at the Q&A as well. To sign up for the Q&A and/or send questions, you can reach me at McMahonD2.

Sincerely,
Darcy

Darcy McMahon, M.A.
Higher Education Consultant, Educator Preparation Unit
Office of Educator Excellence
Michigan Department of Education
608 W. Allegan Street
Lansing, MI 48933
e: mcmahond2
o: 517-241-7096
c: 989-615-4372https://www.michigan.gov/mde

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Introduction to Teacher Prep Standards for Mathmatics (5-9 & 7-12) Webinar.pptx.pdf

Script_ Introduction to the Middle Grades and High School Teacher Preparation Standards for Mathematics.pdf

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