We will hold 1 seminar each week for each of the grade level bands: K-2, 3-5, 6-8. The content topics will be posted two weeks before and teachers and parents can register for each seminar. We will host past seminars on our website for access at anytime for teachers and parents through June. During each 30-minute seminar teachers and parents can ask questions using the Zoom ‘group chat’ section. If the questions are not answered during the seminar, we will attempt to address them in up-coming seminars or on social media.
We will continue to conduct professional development with teachers. These sessions will be set up by the district and will include multiple grade level meetings from 15 to 30 minutes via Zoom. Each session should include grade level teachers and specialists. We will use these sessions to answer specific questions from that team.Schedule Virtual PD Session Here
May 4, 2020 10:00 AM
We will examine linear measurement tasks to address common misconceptions and categorical data to connect to number concepts.
May 4, 2020 11:00 AM
We will focus on using mathematical structure to make sense of area tasks and representing measurement data with line plots.
May 4, 2020 12:00 PM
We will explore nets to solve surface area and volume tasks which gives us another context for fraction and decimal practice.
We will use a picture to create a story, build a model, and solve some fun “mystery problems” to improve your students’ ability to problem solve.
May 11, 2020 10:00 AM
We will explore different contextual situations with stories, models, solutions, and a problem string template to help your students become better problem solvers.
May 11, 2020 11:00 AM
We will focus on connecting visual representations to expressions and equations to assist your students with problem solving.
May 11, 2020 12:00 PM
We've prepared a comprehensive video library with topics,varied practice sheets, and unit module overviews. These are all prepared for educators in conjunction with the DMTI professional development and curricular resources.
Access to video library may take 24-48 hours, though we aim to provide access as quickly as possible. Once you've received access, you can navigate through all videos and share the varied practice sheets with students!
Until the official launch of the K-6 Parent Portal, we are posting free activities here. We will upload the activities each week. These are activities and games you should play with your child.
Master fluency in addition and subtraction skills by playing 11 different games. These games increase your addition and subtraction skills, using real world sports scores to challenge students and help them master fluency by applying strategies.
Math Fluency with Sports – Addition and Subtraction Edition provides realistic sports scores and asks you to determine the total and difference in scores or to add or subtract different sport times.
DMTI Fact Fluency with Sports was developed by a professor of mathematics education and a team of math educators. It is built to help people become more fluent with numbers. Schools use it to help their students spend more time practicing facts and building number sense.
Build your multiplication and division skills by playing 10 different games with a sport theme. Each sport has multiple stages and allows you to compete against yourself and others to see how fast you can multiple and divide single and multi-digit numbers, integers, fractions, and decimals.
Suitable from age seven and up, DMTI Fact Fluency with Sports – Multiplication and Division Edition gives learners the opportunity to become more fluent with multiplying and dividing.
The game uses realistic sport scores and activities to engage players in practicing their facts and extending their flexibility. Players can try the stages over and over to get a better time as they learn different ways to improve. Each sport provides a different challenge.
DMTI has developed free fluency probes that take 2 minutes to have students solve as many problems as they can. Each item is specifically selected to challenge the student with more of the problems that require practice. Additiion, Subtraction, Multiplication, and Division probes are available.Use Fluency Probes