[CSD Math MS] ISD: Mathematics Community Opportunities - Week of September 25th, 2017

Duncan, Allison ALLISON.DUNCAN at canyonsdistrict.org
Tue Sep 26 11:36:31 MDT 2017

Secondary Math Teachers,

This email contains information regarding professional collaboration opportunities.

Please see email below for more information.


ISD Secondary Math Team

From: SMECCSecondary <smeccsecondary-bounces at lists.uen.org<mailto:smeccsecondary-bounces at lists.uen.org>> on behalf of "Ausmus, Christina" <Christina.Ausmus at schools.utah.gov<mailto:Christina.Ausmus at schools.utah.gov>>
Date: Monday, September 25, 2017 at 3:13 PM
Subject: [SMECC Secondary] Mathematics Community Opportunities - Week of September 25th, 2017

Mathematics Community Opportunities

September 25, 2017

Hello and happy Monday! Here are this weeks exciting mathematics opportunities for our community! Please check out the experiences below to become more engaged in the mathematics community around us.  If you have anything you would like to have included in these weekly e-mails, send the information to Christina Ausmus at:  christina.ausmus at schools.utah.gov<mailto:christina.ausmus at schools.utah.gov> and it will be included in next weeks opportunities!



  *   Want to build your kiddos’ number sense this year?

  *   Free-Web Bases: Teaching Statistics Professional Development for Educators! (TSDI) and Teaching Statistics Through Inferential Reasoning (TSIR) MOOC-Eds
  *   Making Your Math Class a Model to Behold Series:- Tuesday, 9/26/2017 @ 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm EDT
  *    Early Geometry Concepts: Making Connections to the Real World - Thursday, 9/28/2017 @ 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm EDT

  *    The Leonardo’s Educator Newsletter – September 2017

  *   STEM Action Center Grant Applications:
     *   Classroom Grant: A competitive grant awarding up to $1500 for classroom supplies and materials for STEM activities. Open through September 29, 2017
     *   STEM Organizations: This competitive grant is intended for organizations that are not schools offering on-going programs for STEM content. Funds should serve three purposes: broaden student impact, increase student resources, and encourage student involvement in STEM activities. This application opens September 15, 2017, and closes October 1, 2017.
     *   STEM School Designation: Intent to apply open through Oct. 9, 2017, this program is for schools desiring to be awarded a STEM School Designation.

Check  stem.utah,gov<https://urldefense.proofpoint.com/v2/url?u=http-3A__stem.utah.gov_&d=DwMF-g&c=fGrSkuu3YyS91PacIZP0XfO0GRH7JgL5znLEO6-CQG0&r=hD1RgVtVAfjHqM6ipl7VgIa9sOnyksaDjm7Cex6HZqan_jJHJ-cb-QMyiG7IG6q9&m=gITXZoL_p_pk2m5nO-KxlqZaaHG6TGW1VsFyDx7hMVE&s=9jrxqbmJhR4l6j-usrhOEKv2hQTWV1dGkzQnqtrTGwU&e=>  for more information on any of these programs and to access the applications.
Thank You,
STEM Action Center


Nominate a student now for the

CenturyLink STEM Excellence Award!

The Utah Jazz and CenturyLink are partnering with the STEM Action Center to recognize outstanding students that have demonstrated their commitment and passion for excellence in their STEM efforts in school and their community!

We are accepting nominations for your outstanding student to be recognized…at a Utah Jazz game!

·         Do you have a student that has a passion for STEM?

·         A student that has set goals and proven that they have what it takes to achieve those goals?

·         A student that knows that setting and making goals in the classroom are as important as those made on a basketball court?

·         A student that has shown great growth in the past year?

<https://urldefense.proofpoint.com/v2/url?u=http-3A__click.icptrack.com_icp_relay.php-3Fr-3D48883406-26msgid-3D466170-26act-3DSERC-26c-3D750988-26destination-3Dhttp-253A-252F-252Fstem.utah.gov-252Fcenturylinkstemexcellenceaward-252F&d=DwMF-g&c=fGrSkuu3YyS91PacIZP0XfO0GRH7JgL5znLEO6-CQG0&r=hD1RgVtVAfjHqM6ipl7VgIa9sOnyksaDjm7Cex6HZqan_jJHJ-cb-QMyiG7IG6q9&m=gITXZoL_p_pk2m5nO-KxlqZaaHG6TGW1VsFyDx7hMVE&s=Q_yf636o87RP750F73CPvpL3t6zw49PqnyCb6HIqls4&e=>To nominate a student, please visit: https://stem.utah.gov/centurylinkstemexcellenceaward/<https://urldefense.proofpoint.com/v2/url?u=https-3A__stem.utah.gov_centurylinkstemexcellenceaward_&d=DwMF-g&c=fGrSkuu3YyS91PacIZP0XfO0GRH7JgL5znLEO6-CQG0&r=hD1RgVtVAfjHqM6ipl7VgIa9sOnyksaDjm7Cex6HZqan_jJHJ-cb-QMyiG7IG6q9&m=gITXZoL_p_pk2m5nO-KxlqZaaHG6TGW1VsFyDx7hMVE&s=bJ7ZifO4PiOC_0DSHxiI8Ac7r1T54mu6aSu8gqCEang&e=>


STEM, 3-D Science Instruction, Integration, Innovation, and Collaboration:

In an effort to connect teachers and administrators with other STEM across UTAH, Davis District has developed grade level specific Facebook groups<https://www.facebook.com/?stype=lo&jlou=AfcOxM5KGJw5FK7m3A7T_2Fz_QQop1_NCyZW6r-AP5OI7Al35dEB1wEw7WyH_9XvQ-CzTde_5drNWVJbbE1OL0C9&smuh=40980&lh=Ac8Iu1QwAmGByBE->.  These are teacher led groups which serve as a place to share ideas, lessons, questions, or to simply to reach out for help regarding STEM, integration, and 3-D Science Education.  My hope is that teachers and administrators will have an avenue for new ideas and innovation by using this group.  We will all grow together and share our stories along the way.  I have grade level leads that will  monitor and manage the group to keep it productive.  Please take a minute and request to join the group that fits best for you.  Here are the names of the groups so you can search for them to request access if you want.

  *   Utah K-2 STEM Teachers
  *   Utah 3rd Grade STEM Teachers
  *   Utah 4th Grade STEM Teachers
  *   Utah 5th Grade STEM Teachers
  *   Utah 6th Grade STEM Teachers
  *   Utah 7th Grade Science Teachers
  *   Utah 8th Grade Science Teachers
  *   Utah Earth Science Teachers
  *   Utah Biology Teachers
  *   Utah Chemistry Teachers
  *   Utah Physics Teachers

  *   Utah STEM Administrators

Tyson Grover

Science Supervisor

Davis School District


tgrover at dsdmail.net<mailto:tgrover at dsdmail.net>



  *   STEM Fest - October 3-4, 2017
  *   Math Teacher's Circle - October 5, 2017 (1st Thursday of every month until May 2018, details listed below)
  *   STEAM Festival - October 16 - 17, 2017


  *   Albert Einstein Distinguished Educator Fellowship Program Application is open - Application Deadline is NOVEMBER 16, 2017
  *   Expanding Your Horizons 2017 - Save the Date: Saturday, November 11, 2017 from 8:30 am to 1:30 pm

MARCH 2018

·         Thanksgiving Point – ECO Challenge – March 2018



Want to build your kiddos' number sense this year?

A few times a year I do an online course all about building your students' number sense. Well, I'm getting ready to open registration for that course.
BUT before I open registration for it, I put out my free trainings so that people can see what the content will be like and to just see if you like how I present things. Now, some of you have seen these but some people just want to watch them again, or watch them with colleagues who didn't see them.
I also have a NEW SURPRISE this year….I’ve teamed up with Graham Fletcher to offer a course all about developing fraction sense for 3rd-6th graders.
So, he has been creating some free videos to help you build your knowledge about the fraction progression of learning. Even if you don’t take his full course we want to help you build your fraction math mind!
So, if you want me to email you when these videos get released all you have to do is click the link(s) below for which video series you are interested in and you will automatically be added to the list:
Register for the FREE Number Sense video series for PreK-2<https://urldefense.proofpoint.com/v2/url?u=https-3A__el2.convertkit-2Dmail2.com_c_xmue76pg9f6hpex6k_z2h7029bn_aHR0cHM6Ly9tYXRoZW1hdGljYWxseW1pbmRlZC5scGFnZXMuY28veW91LXJlLWluLXZpZGVvLXNlcmllcy10eS1tZW1iZXJzLw-3D-3D&d=DwMF-g&c=fGrSkuu3YyS91PacIZP0XfO0GRH7JgL5znLEO6-CQG0&r=hD1RgVtVAfjHqM6ipl7VgIa9sOnyksaDjm7Cex6HZqan_jJHJ-cb-QMyiG7IG6q9&m=gITXZoL_p_pk2m5nO-KxlqZaaHG6TGW1VsFyDx7hMVE&s=tHTgoB_CJ0buW2wnUB_EdTzye_jQpQVisSGqSaurJws&e=>
Register for the FREE Fraction Progression video series for 3rd-6th<https://urldefense.proofpoint.com/v2/url?u=https-3A__el2.convertkit-2Dmail2.com_c_xmue76pg9f6hpex6k_xmuqgznh6_aHR0cHM6Ly9tYXRoZW1hdGljYWxseW1pbmRlZC5scGFnZXMuY28veW91LXJlLWluLXZpZGVvLXNlcmllcy10eS1mb2YtbWVtYmVycy8-3D&d=DwMF-g&c=fGrSkuu3YyS91PacIZP0XfO0GRH7JgL5znLEO6-CQG0&r=hD1RgVtVAfjHqM6ipl7VgIa9sOnyksaDjm7Cex6HZqan_jJHJ-cb-QMyiG7IG6q9&m=gITXZoL_p_pk2m5nO-KxlqZaaHG6TGW1VsFyDx7hMVE&s=EAwkbtIXhl4ylN7J5nvq-UGBEZJgV5JJB2CLyOaMwUE&e=>
Now if those links didn’t work (some school filters make the links not work), you can go to these registration pages and fill out the form:
Number sense for PreK-2 Free Video Series
The Fraction Progression for 3rd-6th Free Video Series
These free trainings start Thursday (Sept. 14) at 5:00 am PST and run through 11:59pm PST Oct. 4...however you can watch them whatever time of day works for you. I hope to see you over in the videos!!




Making Your Math Class a Model to Behold Series:

Part 3 - Attend this live event:
Tuesday, Sept. 26 at 4 p.m. Eastern Time
Formative Assessment with Mathematical Models<https://urldefense.proofpoint.com/v2/url?u=http-3A__home.edweb.net_webinar_formative-2Dassessment-2Dmathematical-2Dmodels_&d=DwMF-g&c=fGrSkuu3YyS91PacIZP0XfO0GRH7JgL5znLEO6-CQG0&r=hD1RgVtVAfjHqM6ipl7VgIa9sOnyksaDjm7Cex6HZqan_jJHJ-cb-QMyiG7IG6q9&m=gITXZoL_p_pk2m5nO-KxlqZaaHG6TGW1VsFyDx7hMVE&s=YWP268kBI3bPupHjECQTi-jG8rWoD624RReb5uz5jNo&e=> <https://urldefense.proofpoint.com/v2/url?u=http-3A__home.edweb.net_webinar_formative-2Dassessment-2Dmathematical-2Dmodels_&d=DwMF-g&c=fGrSkuu3YyS91PacIZP0XfO0GRH7JgL5znLEO6-CQG0&r=hD1RgVtVAfjHqM6ipl7VgIa9sOnyksaDjm7Cex6HZqan_jJHJ-cb-QMyiG7IG6q9&m=gITXZoL_p_pk2m5nO-KxlqZaaHG6TGW1VsFyDx7hMVE&s=YWP268kBI3bPupHjECQTi-jG8rWoD624RReb5uz5jNo&e=>
Presented by Dr. Julie McNamara, Assistant Professor of Mathematics Education at California State University East Bay

[http://media.edweb.net/.ee7bf4c]Dr. Sara Delano Moore is the presenter for the Building Understanding in Mathematics community. She focuses on helping teachers and students understand mathematics as a coherent and connected discipline. An experienced teacher and nationally recognized speaker, her work emphasizes the power of deep understanding and multiple representations for learning.

Please join the community. We look forward to meeting you online!

Please visit this website below to further explore this opportunity and to register:

Early Geometry Concepts: Making Connections to the Real World
Thursday, September 28, 2017 @ 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm EDT
For registration details, please select the link listed below:





STEM Fest – October 3–4, 2017

ATTENTION: Principals, teachers, and administrators,

Have you signed your school up to attend STEM Fest?! Come and be a part of the most unique gathering ever assembled in Utah! Enjoy exciting hands-on experiences with science and technology that will spark your student’s imaginations and give them a peek into their future career opportunities right here in Utah. Your kids will have so much fun, they may not even realize that they’re learning! More than 100 hands-on experiences to visit!

Follow the link below to register your students to attend. You can also apply for transportation reimbursement. Bus funding will be provided on a first come, first served basis...so don't wait!

October 3-4, 2017

8:30 - 3:00 p.m.

5th-10th Grades

October 3, 2017

Open to the public (all ages)

2 p.m. - 8 p.m.



Teacher Twilight Series - October 5, 2017 ***NEW THIS WEEK


WSU Center for Science and Math Education (CSME) is continuing its Teacher Twilight Series on Thursday, Oct 5 with a "Open House." At the CSME Open House we will be sharing classroom resources and lessons that we have available for K-12 in both math and science.

Space is limited so please register at: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSeCRGsuHRgRJ0deNFzB9xm97oMA2NfXZwcWGO6HE577uer-_Q/viewform<https://urldefense.proofpoint.com/v2/url?u=https-3A__docs.google.com_forms_d_e_1FAIpQLSeCRGsuHRgRJ0deNFzB9xm97oMA2NfXZwcWGO6HE577uer-2D-5FQ_viewform&d=DwMF-g&c=fGrSkuu3YyS91PacIZP0XfO0GRH7JgL5znLEO6-CQG0&r=hD1RgVtVAfjHqM6ipl7VgIa9sOnyksaDjm7Cex6HZqan_jJHJ-cb-QMyiG7IG6q9&m=gITXZoL_p_pk2m5nO-KxlqZaaHG6TGW1VsFyDx7hMVE&s=vz3pFB4HkBGXKZRXthDZzhQRoXq1DD9T90KnF4QDFFc&e=>


Math Teacher's Circle 2017-2018

Math Teacher's Circle will be held the first Thursday of each month, alternating between Westlake HS and Taylorsville HS from 4-6pm. Any and all math teachers, as well as any other interested parties may attend and are encouraged to do so.

What is a Math Teacher's Circle? It is like a book club for math. We first start with a delicious meal while informally socializing. After about half an hour we jump in and work on an interesting math problem in small groups. After about an hour of productive struggle, we come together and share our solution strategies and discuss implications of using this type of approach in our math classes and other pedagogical issues.

Math Teacher's Circles are fun and invigorating. You work with quality people. You discuss interesting ideas. It is free and you get free food. And you will be done in time to spend the evening with your family.

Give it a try! After the first meeting, you can decide if it is for you.  And you might even want to recruit others to come.

For more information, or just to let me know you are coming so I can plan for food, contact me, Troy Jones: tjones at alpinedistrict.org<mailto:tjones at alpinedistrict.org>

Math Teacher's Circle Dates
Thursday, October 5th          Taylorsville HS (room G204)

All other dates:
Thursday, November 2nd      Westlake HS (room C132)
Thursday, December 7th      Taylorsville HS (room G204)
Thursday, January 4th          Westlake HS (room C132)
Thursday, February 1st        Taylorsville HS (room G204)
Thursday, March 1st            Westlake HS (room C132)
Thursday, April 12th             Taylorsville HS  (room G204) (April 5th is during Spring Break)
Thursday, May 3rd               Westlake HS (room C132)


STEAM Festival – October 16 – 17, 2017




Expanding Your Horizons!!



Albert Einstein Distinguished Educator Fellowship Program Application is open – Application Deadline is NOVEMBER 16, 2017

Albert Einstein Distinguished Educator Fellowship (AEF) program is now accepting applications. Applications are due November 16, 2017 8:00 PM Eastern Time. More information and applications can be submitted at: https://science.energy.gov/wdts/Einstein<https://urldefense.proofpoint.com/v2/url?u=https-3A__science.energy.gov_wdts_Einstein&d=DwMF-g&c=fGrSkuu3YyS91PacIZP0XfO0GRH7JgL5znLEO6-CQG0&r=hD1RgVtVAfjHqM6ipl7VgIa9sOnyksaDjm7Cex6HZqan_jJHJ-cb-QMyiG7IG6q9&m=gITXZoL_p_pk2m5nO-KxlqZaaHG6TGW1VsFyDx7hMVE&s=a_DN0Z903H8vj4cLKD28cBYbNAZStZKqUXRq5cZEuPM&e=>

Program Overview

The Albert Einstein Distinguished Educator Fellowship (AEF) Program provides a unique opportunity for accomplished K-12 educators in the fields of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) to serve in the national education arena. Fellows spend eleven months working in Federal agencies or in U.S. Congressional offices, applying their extensive knowledge and classroom experiences to national education program and/or education policy efforts. At the end of the Fellowship, educators are prepared to return home, equipped with access to a national network of education leaders and programs, a better understanding of the challenges and possibilities in STEM education, and a renewed passion for teaching, ready to make significant contributions to their schools and school districts.

Current sponsoring agencies include: the Department of Energy (DOE), the National Science Foundation (NSF), and the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA). The DOE sponsors up to four placements in congressional offices.

The Albert Einstein Distinguished Educator Fellowship Act (Fellowship Act Public Law 103-382, Improving America’s Schools Act of 1994) was signed into law in November 1994 and gives the DOE the responsibility for managing the program. The DOE Office of Science’s Office of Workforce Development for Teachers and Scientists (WDTS) manages this program for DOE in collaboration with the Oak Ridge Institute for Science and Education (ORISE) and other partners.

Some outstanding contributions of past AEF Program Fellows include:

·         Designing new elements of national STEM education programs;

·         Implementing major components of national STEM education programs;

·         Initiating collaborations and partnerships among Federal agencies;

·         Drafting legislation and advising on policies that seek to improve K-12 education in the United States;

·         Creating web-based science education tools; and

·         Establishing and evaluating national and regional programs centered on school reform and teacher preparation in STEM.

Please go to their site for information, applications, and questions - https://science.energy.gov/wdts/Einstein<https://urldefense.proofpoint.com/v2/url?u=https-3A__science.energy.gov_wdts_Einstein&d=DwMF-g&c=fGrSkuu3YyS91PacIZP0XfO0GRH7JgL5znLEO6-CQG0&r=hD1RgVtVAfjHqM6ipl7VgIa9sOnyksaDjm7Cex6HZqan_jJHJ-cb-QMyiG7IG6q9&m=gITXZoL_p_pk2m5nO-KxlqZaaHG6TGW1VsFyDx7hMVE&s=a_DN0Z903H8vj4cLKD28cBYbNAZStZKqUXRq5cZEuPM&e=>


MARCH 2018

Thanksgiving Point – ECO Challenge

Dear Middle & High School Teachers,

On behalf of Thanksgiving Point, we formally invite you and your students to be involved in the Explore, Create, Observe (ECO)  Challenge during the 2017/2018 school year!

What is the ECO Challenge?

The ECO Challenge is a multidisciplinary, environmental education program designed to give high school students, grades 7th-12th, the opportunity to learn about green careers and how they can make a difference in their communities. By appealing to their innate sense of creativity and curiosity, ECO Challenge invites students to investigate difficult environmental challenges, devise imaginative and effective responses, and take action to address them.

Beginning in the Fall of 2017, students are invited to our Green Careers Day, where they can meet professionals working in science and engineering careers from state agencies, industry, and non-profit organizations. They learn about the needs of these groups related to the challenge and spend the next several months designing and prototyping solutions to address the challenge in ways that make sense to them. From producing public service announcements to inventions in aid conservation efforts, students selected unique and authentic ways to contribute their ideas and solutions. In the spring, students present their prototype products to industry representatives and compete for prizes that help their schools provide real-world environmental science in the coming year.

Last year was a resounding success, with more than 700 students participating from 15 different schools across the state. One student comments:

“The ECO Challenge showed me that a lot of people in the world care for the environment, and that I wasn’t alone or trying to help something that was impossible to save.”

We are really looking forward to next year and are excited for what we have planned to make ECO Challenge 2017/2018 an even bigger success! Green Careers Day is planned for September 21, 2018, so be sure to mark your calendars for the beginning of this program.

If you would like to know more about the ECO Challenge or would like to sign up your school/classroom, please reach out to Lindsey McBride, Community Experiences Coordinator, 801.768.7480<tel:(801)%20768-7480> or challenge at thanksgivingpoint.org<mailto:challenge at thanksgivingpoint.org>.

We hope you will immerse your students in an authentic, hands-on environmental science program!


Please note:  These are opportunities that have been requested to be shared with the Utah math and science teacher community.  The Utah State Board of Education has not specifically vetted or endorsed the programs shared.  Any concerns or questions should be directed at the organizations associated specifically with the event.

Thank you,

Joleigh Honey
STEM Coordinator
Secondary Mathematics Specialist   |   Teaching & Learning   |   Utah State Board of Education
Vice President of Membership   |   Association of State Supervisors of Mathematics  (ASSM)  |   2017 -2019
Past President   |   Utah Council of Teachers of Mathematics  (UCTM)
250 E 500 S | PO Box 144200  | Salt Lake City, 84114-4200
(: 801.538.7794 |  *: joleigh.honey at schools.utah.gov<mailto:joleigh.honey at schools.utah.gov>

To subscribe to the Secondary Mathematics mailing list for emails about Utah mathematics events, professional development, and more visit: https://lists.uen.org/mailman/listinfo/secondarymath

Shannon Ference
Elementary Mathematics Specialist
Gifted and Talented Facilitator
Teaching and Learning  | Utah State Board of Education
250 E 500 S | PO Box 144200  | Salt Lake City, UT 84114-4200
801.538.7617<tel:(801)%20538-7617> |  Shannon.Ference at schools.utah.gov<mailto:Shannon.Ference at schools.utah.gov>
Website: http://schools.utah.gov/curr/mathelem<https://urldefense.proofpoint.com/v2/url?u=http-3A__schools.utah.gov_curr_mathelem&d=DwMF-g&c=fGrSkuu3YyS91PacIZP0XfO0GRH7JgL5znLEO6-CQG0&r=hD1RgVtVAfjHqM6ipl7VgIa9sOnyksaDjm7Cex6HZqan_jJHJ-cb-QMyiG7IG6q9&m=gITXZoL_p_pk2m5nO-KxlqZaaHG6TGW1VsFyDx7hMVE&s=0qWqXgfvZ4bmFJVPe5XNtrgAWh4NjYuGLt8kwHOADx8&e=>

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