AMSTI - UAH MATH
Summer 2022 Professional Learning Opportunities
The Alabama Math, Science, and Technology Initiative deepens teacher content knowledge in mathematics and pedagogy to produce student mastery of Alabama Mathematics standards. The vision includes student engagement in rigorous and meaningful mathematical tasks, analyzing student work samples, and facilitating discourse. Below is our menu of the high-quality professional learning opportunties available for summer 2022. If you have any questions, please contact our PD Coordinator, Naureen Qaiyyum at email@example.com.
You can also use this form to request training that isn't currently scheduled.
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NEW! Computer Science Integration (Grades 3, & 5)
Please join us for our newest professional learning opportunity for elementary teachers. This 1-day session includes a deep dive into the Alabama Course of Study: Digital Literacy & Computer Science and Engineering and Computer Science Essentials™ by Engineering is Elementary (EiE). We'll explore Engineering and Computer Science Essentials™ and see how science, math, engineering, and computer science practices work together to help learners build problem-solving skills and resilience.
July 22 ***An iPad or Chromebook with the ScratchJr App installed is required for 2nd grade training. Your students will need access to iPads or Chromebooks with the ScratchJr app as well.
July 28 (3rd grade)
July 29 (5th grade)
8:30 - 3:30 PM
UAH, Shelbie King Hall
Trainers: Elizabeth Hughes, Beth Balch, Melissa Campbell, & Rochelle Cantrell
Meet Our AMSTI-UAH Math Specialists
Rochelle Cantrell is currently a 3-5 Mathematics Specialist at AMSTI-UAH. She taught third and fifth grade for a combined duration of eleven years in Arab City Schools. While there, she served as a grade level representative to the district's Instructional Leadership Team and Problem Solving Team. She has a master’s degree in Instructional Leadership. She was twice honored as a VFW National Citizenship Elementary Educator of the Year in Marshall County. Rochelle also serves as a mentoring specialist to math coaches across the region. Rochelle is a member of the Alabama Council Teachers of Mathematics, National Council of Teachers of Mathematics, and National Council of Supervisors of Mathematics.