8 Mathematical Teaching Practices

In K-12 Classrooms

Register today for this energetic and engaging professional learning experience!

Tuesday, March 7th 2023 at 9am-3pm

ESU 6 - 210 5th Street, Milford, NE

This course is a part of a series. You will need to register for each session based upon which ones you plan to attend.

Tuesday, August 30th, 2022
Tuesday, October 11th, 2022

Tuesday, January 17th, 2023

Tuesday, March 7th, 2023

Participants are encouraged to register for all four sessions in this series in order to fully benefit from the learning and collaboration. Registration for the entire series includes a copy of the book.

Registration Information & Fees

  • Register at www.esu6.org
  • If you have any difficulty registering, please contact Erica Pallas at erica.pallas@esu6.org
  • Registration Fee: $50 per session + a one time book charge of $20
  • Please note, your district will be charged if there is a 'no show' connected to a workshop with a registration fee. To ensure your district does not get charged, please contact the ESU 6 Professional Development Assistant prior to the workshop date.
  • Registration Deadline: Wednesday, March 1st, 2023

Target Audience

  • Math teachers K-12


  • NCTM's landmark publication Principles to Actions connects research with practice. Specific, research-based teaching practices that are essential for a high-quality mathematics education for each and every student are combined with core principles to build a successful mathematics program at all levels. In this series, we will focus on the eight research-based essential Mathematics Teaching Practices presented in this book. Those Practices are: (see image in document) This series will include four days of intensive training - one day in each quarter of the 2022-2023 school year. During each session, we will focus on two of the Mathematics Teaching Practices and have opportunities to collaboratively plan with other mathematics teachers about how to best implement the practices in our classrooms. Between sessions, teachers will be challenged to implement the Mathematics Teaching Practices and to reflect on how the practices impact student learning.