GCCTM Winter Workshop

Connecting the Eight Effective
Teaching Practices

 connecting teaching practices

Bay High School
Saturday, January 27th
8:15 am – 1 pm

Learn about the eight effective teaching practices for mathematics and how to implement them in the classroom. In the opening session, Fred Dillon will lead participants in an activity that will help them learn about the eight effective teaching practices for mathematics. Following the opening session, educators will then break into the following grade band groups: K-5, 6-8 and 9-12 to dig deeper into two of the practices: “facilitate meaningful mathematical discourse” and “support productive struggle in learning mathematics.” The educators will learn specific strategies to implement these two practices in their classrooms and will continue to make connections amongst the other practices. Take this opportunity to recharge for the second half of the school year, earn 4 PDUs/Contact Hours, and take home activities and strategies that you can use for the rest of the school year and beyond.


  •  8:15-8:45 Registration, Networking, Light Breakfast
  •  8:45-9:00 Welcome, Business Meeting
  •  9:00-9:50  K-12: Eight Effective Teaching Practices
  • 10:00-11:20 K-5, 6-8, 9-12: Meaningful Mathematical Discourse
  • 11:35-1:00 K-5, 6-8, 9-12: Supporting Productive Struggle


  • In-service or retired member/non-member:  $25 / $40
  • Pre-service member/non-member:  $5 / $7
  • to make one of these payments online, click here (and scroll to bottom)

Link to Online Registration Form

Link to Printable Two-Sided Conference Flyer


More Upcoming Meetings

(details here soon)

Winter Meeting
Wednesday, March 14th

Spring Meeting + Awards
Thursday, May 10th