Self-paced • Research-based • Practice-oriented
Join colleagues from across the globe as we seek to make our classrooms places where students explore and model, conjecture and reason, and collaborate and communicate. Each online course offers three units of professional development credit through Fresno Pacific University. Enter code W11702PNR when registering to save $10 per course.
Writing in the Math Classroom
Join our learning community as we explore rich tasks and discuss effective implementation in the classroom.
Assess Students' Math Learning
Learn how various forms of assessment can provide detailed information about student learning and thought processes.
Develop Algebraic Thinking 6-8
Make connections between growth patterns and functions, variables, linear relationships, and coordinate graphs.
Fostering Math Discussions
Explore principles of productive talk and specific techniques that will get your students talking about math.
Rich Math Tasks
Develop a math-task culture through selecting, planning, and implementing tasks in the classroom.
Inspiring STEM Learning
Discover an interdisciplinary approach to learning that engages students in relevant and rigorous problem solving.
Investigate dynamic tools such as virtual pattern blocks, base ten blocks, geoboards, function machines, and more.
Teach Math to ELLs
Engage students in actively using mathematical language to talk about mathematical situations.
Common Core Math Practices
Help students reason, apply math to problems, and communicate precisely about their thinking.
Improve Fluency: Number Talks
Learn how to support number flexibility and fluency through daily number talks. Design, teach, reflect, and share.
Patterns and Relationships
Support early algebraic thinking through manipulatives, problem-solving, and captivating activities.
Develop Algebraic Thinking 3-5
Design and develop lessons that explore growth patterns, tables, variables, and coordinate graphs. (Grades 3-5)
Tech-Enhanced Math Learning
New tech has changed the math we do. Examine best practices for using technology-based mathematics tools.
Math for Social Justice
Design math lessons about healthy eating, living wages around the world, access to clean water, or fair trade.
What Teachers are Saying
"I'm so glad I decided to take these math classes. MAT 930 and MAT 932 have both moved me forward in my teaching ability. The math task sites provided in this class were awesome and I now have over 90 tasks that I can implement in my 5th grade classroom. Tasks are the best way to move students forward in their ability to solve problems. Thanks Professor Reimer!
"Simply the best continuing education course I have ever taken. No busy work...every assignment was relevant to the course and my needs. And most importantly, I got a lot out of the course. Very satisfied and thank you!"