GUIDING PRINCIPLES

Mathematicians should engage in problem-based tasks and activities that require strategic thinking through collaborative grouping to deepen their understanding of mathematical concepts and ideas. Mathematicians should utilize technology and mathematical tools to develop and demonstrate their proficiency and fluency in math.

INSTRUCTIONAL FRAMEWORK

Mathematicians should have develop conceptual understanding, procedural fluency, adaptive reasoning, strategic competence, and productive disposition to learn significant mathematics.

ACTIVE STUDENT LEARNING

Mathematicians should use a problem-solving model to apply and communicate mathematical ideas to problems that arise in everyday life.  Mathematicians should display, explain, and justify their ideas using precise written and oral mathematical language.

Department Staff

Cindy Blair

Cindy Blair

Secondary Mathematics Instructional Specialist
(682) 867-4621
Bettina Dixon

Bettina Dixon

Elementary Mathematics Instructional Specialist
(682) 867-7489
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Vacant

ESSER Elementary Mathematics Instructional Specialist
(682) 867-9804
Cicely Robinson

Cicely Robinson

ESSER Elementary Mathematics Instructional Specialist
(682) 867-9803
Shandaniecia Childress

Shandaniecia Childress

Secondary Mathematics Instructional Specialist
(682) 867-9456
Shawon White

Shawon White

ESSER Elementary Mathematics Instructional Specialist
(682) 867-9432
Kelly Whitehead

Kelly Whitehead

Elementary Mathematics Instructional Specialist
(682) 867-9435
Holly Willis

Holly Willis

Secondary Mathematics Instructional Specialist
(682) 867-7491

NEWS & EVENTS

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