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Boise State Regional Math Center

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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

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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.

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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.

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Math Teacher Leader Network

Join a community of practice consisting of current teacher leaders, coaches, and administrators to meet and learn from one another. Includes facilitated discussions, and activities to build capacity for working with colleagues in schools to improve mathematics achievement.

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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

Associate Professor, CIFS
College of Education

Joe Champion

Associate Director
Associate Professor, Mathematics
College of Arts and Sciences

Giselle Isbell

Regional Math Specialist

Ramey Uriarte

Regional Math Specialist

Gwyneth Hughes

Regional Math Specialist

Lindsey Yundt

Regional Math Specialist

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.