Keys to Mathematical Success
Quality mathematics instruction has fundamental practices that set the stage for mathematical success for all students. From setting attainable instructional goals to supporting productive struggle, these practices are applicable to mathematics classrooms across all grade levels and are informed through research. In this two-day workshop, participants will explore how teachers can implement these practices and impact student learning.
Grade band: K-12th
Date: June 6-7, 2019
Time: 9:00 AM – 4:00 PM each day, one-hour lunch break
Location: Jackson Avenue Center, Oxford MS
Registration fee: $250.00; includes 1.2 CEUs
Registration deadline: May 30, 2019
Dr. James joined the CMSE family in 2007 as a graduate research fellow. She is now the Assistant Director of Professional Learning.
Dr. James earned her Bachelor of Science degree in Secondary Mathematics Education from Mississippi University for Women in 2000. While teaching mathematics at the high school level, she earned her Master of Arts Teaching degree from Grand Canyon University in 2006 and her Ph.D. in Curriculum and Instruction (Secondary Mathematics Education) from the University of Mississippi in 2011. Her desire is to help teachers feel successful and knowledgeable in the classroom. Her research interests include understanding how exploring mathematical progressions may impact teacher content knowledge and student achievement.