Park City Mathematics Institute
SSTP Summer 2006 Working Group
Designing and Implementing Professional Development

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Reasoning, Data, Chance
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The Designing and Implementing Professional Development working group consists of Professional Development and Outreach (PDO) leaders, PD3 (the PCMI Mathematics Science Partnership) leadership team members, mathematics curriculum specialists and supervisors. Supervisor is a general term for a K-12 mathematics coordinator, consultant, or specialist.

The focus of the group is to provide professional development opportunities for those who provide professional development to secondary teachers. The discussion and interaction is intended to support participants in their own work in a variety of professional development settings. The group brings together mathematicians, mathematics education faculty, supervisors, and secondary teachers to collectively consider issues in working with teachers of secondary school mathematics and to search for common solutions.

The organizers for 2006 are Al Cuoco, Wayne Harvey, and Sarah Sword from Education Development Center, and the central theme is the nature and role of important mathematical ideas in designing and delivering professional development.

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This material is based upon work supported by the National Science Foundation under DMS-0940733 and DMS-1441467. Any opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Science Foundation.