If you're tired of the same ol' basic, boring professional development for Math teachers and are wanting real, relevant, applicable, and practical strategies to use in your middle school Math classroom, we got you!
Still experiencing the PTSD/exhaustion that was teaching in 2020 + 2021 + 2022
Unsure about what this school year will really look like
Nervous about how to provide instruction, plan, differentiate, grade and do all.the.things
Scared about using/implement new technology...but want to learn some new things
Whatever it may be for you, we got you covered!
The Middle School Math Summit is your premiere event that will help prepare you for your most successful school year!
Differentiation strategies so all learners receive instruction at their level, and with appropriate challenge...no matter what your teaching situation
Tech tools to make teaching easier and efficient (and not overwhelming!)
Get all your back to school resources so you are ready, prepared, and confident to teach this year
Create and enforce boundaries so school doesn't take over your life
Check out the deets
The Summit Deets
The Middle School Math Summit will be taking place July 24 - 26, 2023, with variety of trainings to choose from each day.
I don't know about you, but I prefer to leave my house as little as possible. With that being said, the Middle School Math Summit will take place online wherever you have internet access (sweatpants and ponytails encouraged!)
Is the Math Teacher Summit really free?
Yes! You can watch all the free session interviews with every speaker when they go live from July 24 - 26, 2023 at no cost. Each session is available for the day only.
Presentations will be about 20-30 minutes in length. The presentations will be available to view on that day only to encourage you to join us live and take action along with hundreds of other middle school Math teachers!
Does it include a Professional Development (PD) certificate?
There is an option available if you upgrade your ticket for you to get a PD certificate good for 15 hours. This would be a fantastic way to not only learn what you personally want to learn as you start prepping for the new school year, but also as documentation that you can add to your continuing education files!
Why the Middle School Math Summit is going to be awesome sauce
There are a lot of summits, trainings, and workshops out there. So what makes this one different?
First, this summit was created specifically for middle school Math teachers. This isn't general advice for any teacher out there. Every single presentation is tailored specifically for middle school Math teachers and what we need, making it a whole lot more impactful.
Second, The Middle School Math Summit is totes F-R-E-E!
The Middle School Math Summit is all about providing you with relevant professional development that you can implement on Day 1 of the school year.
Don't miss a beat.
Check out the session topics below and let's get pumped!
Meet the best middle school Math educators you'll be learning from
*Speaker/session/topic is subject to change.
Day 1 Speakers
Incorporating Movement in a Math Classroom to Ensure 100% Engagement
Math Therapy: A Crash Course in Becoming a Math Therapist!
Differentiation Made Simple
How to Stop Student Work Refusal!
Fostering Math Resilience: Getting Students to Care, Try Hard, and Persevere in Math
Day 2 Speakers
Google Sheets: Educations Best Rival to Google Forms
Error Analysis in the Middle School Math Classroom
Kami for Math Class
Using Artificial Intelligence (AI) In The Math Classroom
Implementing Math Stations the Easy Way!
Day 3 Speakers
From Busy to Productive: Time-Saving Techniques for Math Teachers
Highlight Student Genius by Centering Equity in the Math Classroom
Bridging the Gap to Middle School Math
The Impact of Anxiety on Teaching and Learning
Empower Every Mathematician To Solve Word Problems
Is this only for middle school Math teachers?
It sure is! There are a lot of offerings out there for general teachers, but this one has been created specifically for 6th-7th-8th grade Math + Algebra 1 teachers and our needs in the classroom.
When is this whole thing happening?
The Middle School Math Summit is happening on July 24 - 26, 2023
Can I get professional development hours for this event?
You can grab the VIP Math Teacher Toolkit to get access to:
15- 20 hours of professional development certificate
All of the videos for the next 12 months
Bonus additional deep dive interviews with our amazing speakers
Additional speaker bonuses
** A FREE monthly middle school Math resource sent via email each month
PDF summit worksheets/note takers to stay organized
What if I have plans/an appointment/something comes up and I can’t view the videos the day of?
Grab the VIP Math Teacher Toolkit to get access to all of the videos for the next 12 months (and watch when it’s convenient), along with professional development certificate for 15-20 hours, PDF summit worksheets, speaker bonuses, and receive a FREE monthly middle school Math resource sent via email each month!
Are the presentations live?
To avoid tech glitches, save my sanity, and keep things easy for the speakers, the presentations are pre-recorded and will be released at the scheduled time, making it super convenient for your busy teacher schedule! Videos trainings will be available for the scheduled day only (unless you have the VIP Math Teacher Toolkit)
I’m a coffee-drinking, dog loving, sometimes I comb my hair, middle school math teacher helping other math teachers inspire and engage students! When I first started my teaching career over 13 years ago, I was given a key to my classroom and was told "Good Luck." I had no support and no resources. Let's be real, the resources I did have were crap! I knew there had to be a better way for us middle school math teachers to feel successful in the classroom and teach with ease.
The Middle School Math Summit was born out of a need and desire to support middle school Math teachers with actual professional development and training specific to our needs. Sitting in PD that is not relevant to our subject area is such a waste of time and I am so not here for it.
When I'm not crunching numbers and solving equations in the Los Angeles sun, you can find me hanging out with my BFF (best furry friend) doggo Fred, lifting heavy weights in CrossFit, and re-watching (for the hundredth time!) episodes of Friends and Schitts Creek.