New math teachers: get training and a stipend for project with PIMSER

7 positions available

The Partnership Institute for Math and Science Education Reform (PIMSER) received a grant from The Steele-Reese Foundation to support new teachers with intervention strategies to increase student understanding of number computation/skills in middle school students. New middle grades math teachers (with 0-6yrs experience) will collaborate with PIMSER Master Teachers to provide quality intervention and tutoring for 5 students throughout the academic year 2022-23.  New Teacher participants should come to the project excited about growing your practice with a willingness to learn as part of a network of other math teachers. This project is designed for current full-time new math teachers with 0-6 years’ experience in the 6th or 7th grade classroom.

  • Receive training and ongoing support to feel confident orchestrating high-quality instruction in your classroom.
  • Receive an intervention module and Numeracy platform that you can use in your teaching position for all students.
  • Receive resources and a math tool kit worth $250, plus a $1,000 stipend (paid in 3 installments after completion of project activities).
  • Develop a network of colleagues who want to improve their teaching.
  • Gain valuable professional development and a notable experience for your portfolio and resume.

The first in-person meeting is September 23, 2022 in Richmond. Selected participants are required to attend all in-person and virtual meetings throughout the project. Please read the guidelines for full information on activities and commitment and link to the application. The deadline to apply is September 16.

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