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Boise State Regional Math Center

Boise State Summer Math Institute, June 17-20, 2019

High-quality workshops for up to 190 teachers, including 1 paid PD credit and $250 stipend. Additional $225 stipend may be available for up to 20 teachers living 60+ miles from Boise participating in MoDAL specific offerings.

The Boise State Regional Math Center is excited to join the Modeling and Data Analysis Literacy (MoDAL) project to offer 7 workshops at Boise State University’s main campus. Apply by April 30 to join this wonderful paid professional learning event.

June 17-18, 2019

  • Regional Math Center Workshops
    • Building Number Sense (Grades K-2)
      • Instructor: Lauren Lucas (Boise Schools)
    • Fraction Representations (Grades 3-5)
      • Instructor: Amber Van Vooren  (Vallivue Schools)
  • MoDAL Workshops
    • Expressions & Equations (Grades 6-8)
      • Instructor: Ramey Uriarte (Boise State)
    • Univariate Data (Grades 6-7)
      • Instructor: Lindsey Yundt (Boise State)
    • Curve Fitting (Grades 8-12)
      • Instructors: Marti Dinkleman (Boise Schools) & Jerod Morehouse (Boise Schools)
    • Financial Literacy (Grades 10-12)
      • Instructors: Tatia Totorica (Boise State) & Jennifer Eldred (Kuna Schools)

June 19-20, 2019

  • Regional Math Center Workshops
    • Mathematical Quality of Instruction Observation Tool (Grades K-12)
      • Instructors: Michele Carney (Boise State) & Joe Champion (Boise State)

For general inquiries, please email rmc@boisestate.edu


Since August 2018, we’ve been busy developing and offering free professional development programs for Idaho teachers of mathematics in Region 3 (Boise and surrounding areas). Features of RMC offerings include:
  • Linked to research on student math achievement
  • Sustainable beyond initial participation
  • Accessible and scalable to educators in the region
  • Supports local development of leadership capacity

Teaching Mathematical Thinking Courses

Explore how to use students’ thinking in the teaching of mathematics. TMT courses satisfy the MTI course requirement in State of Idaho teaching (re)certification.

Mathematical Quality of Instruction

Try a classroom observation tool for analyzing instruction in terms of math practices, student interaction, rich content, student errors, and links between activities and learning goals.

Interactive Math Teaching Modules

Dig deeper into grade-band focused strands of mathematics content. Participation includes cycles of meeting with colleagues, followed by implementation in the classroom and reflection.

Math Leadership Network

Join a helping community for current teacher leaders, administrators, coaches, and curriculum developers to meet and learn from one another. Features options for building capacity to work with colleagues on improving math achievement based on your current role.

Lesson Study

Join a cohort of teachers working in teams through cycles of planning, observing, revising, and reflecting on lessons. Includes teaching and observing lessons with peers.

Book Study

Read and discuss a selected math education book through 6 scheduled meetings with a self-organized group. Includes assistance from RMC staff and accountability partners for implementing ideas in classrooms.

Math Education Learning Communities

Learn more about an important contemporary topic in mathematics education. Includes reading and reflection, along with facilitated discussion with colleagues.

Our Team


Michele Carney

Director
Associate Professor, CIFS
College of Education
michelecarney@boisestate.edu


Joe Champion

Associate Director
Associate Professor, Mathematics
College of Arts and Sciences
joechampion@boisestate.edu


Giselle Isbell

Regional Math Specialist
giselleisbell@boisestate.edu


Ramey Uriarte

Regional Math Specialist
rameyuriarte@boisestate.edu


Gwyneth Hughes

Regional Math Specialist
gwynethhughes@boisestate.edu

Lindsey Yundt

Regional Math Specialist
lindseyyundt@boisestate.edu

About the Idaho Regional Math Centers

Funded by the Idaho State Legislature, the Idaho Regional Mathematics Centers bring together the Idaho State Department of Education and Idaho’s institutions of higher education in a systematic statewide mathematics education effort. The partnership offers Idaho public schools and districts with deep, sustained, and effective professional development, supporting Idaho educators to make instructional shifts that raise students’ mathematics achievement.