PK-12 Teacher Professional Development
Current Professional Development
Focus on Fluency
A series of workshops focused on building mathematical fluency in students
Any middle-level mathematics educator is encouraged to participate. Registration required.
July 31st & August 1st (9:00 am - 3:30 pm)
Sept. 23rd & Feb. 10th (9:00 am - Noon)
*You may attend any or all sessions.
Lawton, Muskogee, or Oklahoma City
FREE to any Oklahoma Middle Level Mathematics Teacher.
Workshops funded by the Oklahoma State Department of Education.
*PD Certificates will be provided.
*Workshop contingent of funding.
Archived Professional Development
- K-12 STEM Teacher Conference
June 16, 2023
Location: OSU Stillwater, Willard Hall
The K-12 STEM Teacher Conference provides teachers with opportunities to engage with other educators, serving to provide ideas and examples of STEM learning in action. In addition to attending a keynote presented by Annie Fetter, attendees can select from a variety of sessions pertaining to mathematics, science, STEM, or integrated STEM content (e.g., agriculture and science).
- Strategies to Assess and Address Unfinished Learning in Middle Grades Mathematics
These PD experiences will focus on assessing and addressing missed or unfinished student learning. Specific components of the PD will include a focus on using Open Up curriculum to address gaps in learning, using the 5 practices for orchestrating productive discussions, and implementing effective strategies and resources for mathematics instruction.
Teach from Anywhere Workshops
Three three-week long courses are completed online, allowing you to work at your own pace. Up to 25 Professional Development hours and a custom badge are provided upon completion of each course.
Cost: $100 per course
Materials Needed: Internet-capable device, internet connection, a personal Gmail account.
- Creating and Delivering Engaging Content
Learn how to create interactive presentations, foster collaboration and explain concepts with digital white boards, record your screen/lessons, gamify your practice, and assess student understanding with digital tools!
- Communication, Collaboration and Critical Thinking in Digital Environments
Learn how to build classroom community, support rich discussion, and engage in critical thinking and collaboration in digital spaces.