Math Summit

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On Friday November 18, 2016, Hawai’i P-20 hosted the Math Summit: Best Practices for Math Transitions. This statewide event brought together K-12 and higher education administrators, math faculty, and teacher preparation faculty to gain a clearer understanding of best practices in math instruction for students transitioning from elementary to middle school, middle school to high school, and high school to gateway courses in higher education. Illustrative Mathematics, a community of educators dedicated to the coherent learning of mathematics, presented a keynote address and lead a breakout session. Illustrative Mathematics shares carefully vetted resources for teachers and teacher leaders to give students an understanding of mathematics and skill in using it.


Below are copies of presentations and other materials:
Math Summit Opening Comments
Keynote: Finding the Mathematics that Matters Most for College, Career and Community
Guide to Student Success in MATH 205 (Calculus 1) at the UH System
Introduction to College Mathematics (12th Grade Transition Course): Moving Beyond the Pilot
Real Math: Non-STEM Pathways at the UHCCs
Real Math: Non-Stem Pathways at the UHCCs – handout
Transitioning from Elementary School to Middle School: Cutivating Problem Solvers
Middle School Math Transitions, Hawai‘i DXP
Preparing Students for College Math
Using Collaborative Conversations and Discourse to Foster Growth Mindset in Elementary/Middle School Students –  (Additional resources)

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