Professional Learning

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Supporting Teachers at Every Stage of Development

Scholastic’s professional learning and coaching services are developed and delivered by Math Solutions®, the most trusted name in math professional development. Our services are designed to complement programs your district may already use, including the Danielson and Marzano frameworks, so that teacher development is cohesive.

 

Embedded Professional Learning

Embedded Professional Learning

Empowering Teachers to Raise Student Achievement

A full suite of professional learning resources are embedded in teacher materials. Digital Professional Learning on Scholastic Central offers videos from Math Solutions instructors and unpacks the Common Core progressions. The Getting Started Guide instructs teachers on how to begin the first two weeks of MATH 180 in the classroom, with 10 lessons that help to foster a growth mindset and a strong classroom community.

 

Start-Up Training from Math Solutions®

Start-Up Training from Math Solutions®

Helping Teachers & Leaders Effectively Implement MATH 180

Every MATH 180 implementation includes a two day, in-person Implementation training delivered by Math Solutions. The training introduces teachers to the program materials and software while guiding them through the content and instructional strategies. A half day Leadership Training is also provided to help educators support teachers and MATH 180 implementations.

 

 

Professional Coaching & Foundational Courses

Professional Coaching & Foundational Courses

Partnering With Your Teachers & Schools for Continued Success

Individualized in-classroom teacher coaching services are available to support ongoing classroom management, program monitoring and data-driven instruction. Services may include: observing and modeling lessons, offering feedback and demonstrating best practices, and reviewing teaching strategies. A wide range of Foundational Courses are available that cover everything from foundations of mathematics to the Common Core.