ICTM Webinar List

ICTM Webinars are professional development opportunities that encourage communication and collaboration among ICTM members and potential members. Webinar speakers are teaching professionals invited to share their expertise in short online sessions.


Title: "Assessing Fluency in Math" for grades K-8
Date: Thursday, February 22., 3:45 - 4:45 CST
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Description: Delve deep into the fluency standards and experience a quick, easy way to implement and assess student progress towards mastery. This webinar is geared to teachers who teach students ranging from kindergarten to eighth grade. Activities explored will include a brief overview of potential ways to implement fluency in your classroom.

Speaker: Christina Betz-Cahill has been a teacher in Berwyn South and is now the District Math Coach for School District 45, DuPage County.  Christina has a passion for mathematics and is currently knee deep in embedding fluency strategies into the tier one math curriculum across District 45

Title: "Bringing Closure to Lessons with Productive Summaries"
Date: Wednesday, March 21., 3:30 - 4:30 CST
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Description: How can we best support students as they make sense of big mathematical ideas over time? This webinar will explore how teachers can empower students to share, clarify, and synthesize their thinking during their lesson summaries to help keep the momentum of students’ discoveries beyond single class periods to build lasting understanding.

Speaker: Anne Agostinelli serves as an instructional coach and professional development leader for numerous schools with the Metro Chicago MathematicsInitiative. She taught middle school mathematics in Chicago Public Schools for ten years, where she also served as a teacher leader at the school, network, and district levels, and was a math team coach for students. She was a Yale National Initiative fellow
 in 2012 and 2014, and is a founding member of the Chicago Math Teachers' Circle with Loyola University. She is passionate about supporting equity and access for both students and teachers, and loves math talks.


Past Webinars: 

Date Speaker  Title (with link to video)
1/23/18 David Ruth Programming Math Activities using AppLab from Code.org
12/19/17 Kassia Wedekind Teaching and Assessing for Sense-Making and Agency
10/30/17 Elham Kazemi Improving Teaching by Learning from Children
10/18/17 Denise Brown Counting Collections 
10/11/17 David Wees and Jennifer Kim Introduction to Instructional Routines
9/20/17 Jerica Jurado Mathematics of Empathy
 5/17/17  Graham Fletcher Mathematical Modeling in the Elementary Classroom (or Beyond)
 4/19/17  Tina Nocella and Gary Chu What's the Point? Using Standards-Based Grading to Interrupt the “Game of School"
 2/23/17  Craig Cullen Role of Technology in the Teaching and Learning of Mathematics: Focus on GeoGebra
 1/27/17  Annie Forest Making Student Thinking Visible Using Tech Tools
 12/7/16  Zachary Herrmann Creativity and Curiosity in the Math Classroom
 11/14/6  Adam Poetzel Desmos
10/3/16 Matt Larson Overcoming Obstacles to Make Mathematics Work for Each and Every Student
9/13/16 Doug Clements A Brief Discussion with Doug Clements on Early Mathematics -- Foundations for All Later Learning
5/16/16 Bill Trapp The Redesigned SAT: What Every Illinois Math Teacher Needs to Know


 Questions? Email: webinar@ictm.org