TODOS Live!

TODOS Live! began with funds obtained through a NCTM MET grant. Through the years TODOS Live! has had many excellent sessions and presenters. Click here to view the schedule of Upcoming Sessions

Past Sessions

Due to limitations to online storage we have lost access to some of our sessions. Currently, sessions are being stored on a TODOS Live! Vimeo Channel. 

2020

Pop-Up Panel/Webinar, "Math When Schools are Closed"
Educator-Led Professional Development to Support Equity and Access: The Instructional Leadership Corps
Tests, Assessments and Learning Math: Equitable Alternatives in Pandemic Times
Disruptive Numbers: The Chaos Numbers Bring to Uncover Hidden Stories
Supporting Preservice Teachers: Responsiveness to Students During COVID-19 and Transition to Online Courses in Teacher Ed
Using Math Language Routines to Launch Performance Tasks, Explore the relationship between language & math to shift mindset & identity

 

Pop-Up Panel/Webinar, "Math When Schools are Closed"

Date: Tue, Mar 24

Panelists: Maria Del Rosario Zavala, Melissa Adams, Luz Maldonado, Gloria Brown Brooks, and Ricardo Martinez

Materials:

Origami Links
Patolli Resources
MAPPS Math and Parent Partnerships (Kyndall Brown, Marta Civil)
CRR Impact Workshops are open for all teachers and parents
Link to Materials in Google Folder
 

Video starts at 1:30

 
Educator-Led Professional Development to Support Equity and Access: The Instructional Leadership Corps

Date: Tuesday, April 7th  ~ 4:30 PM PDT

Presenters: Melissa Gilbert, Linda Tolladayn, and Dion Burns

Description: In the Instructional Leadership Corps (ILC), California educators organize local professional development to spark iterative changes in practice. The ILC develops and supports educators to lead ongoing learning within their own communities. In this webinar, participants will learn about the ILC model and how it supports equity and access across grade levels and content areas by highlighting ILC work in Madera Unified School District.

Resources: www.bit.ly/ILC-April-TODOS

Video Starts at 2:22

 

Tests, Assessments and Learning Math: Equitable Alternatives in Pandemic Times

Date: Thursday April 9th ~ 1:30 PM PDT

Presenters: Dr. Vanson Nguyen and Dr. Amanda Ruiz

Description: While many schools are moving towards online, we have the opportunity to create engaging learning environments for students. This webinar will investigate traditional definitions of success and learning while offering practical alternatives to testing in the online setting. In addition, considerations for challenges in implementation will be discussed as we transition into distance learning and remote instruction. Audience: Grade 6 through college; teaching remotely

Resources:


 

Disruptive Numbers: The Chaos Numbers Bring to Uncover Hidden Stories

Date: Tuesday 4/14 ~ 1:30 PM PDT

Presenter: Ma Bernadette Andres-Salgarino

Description: In the pursuit to challenge inequities in math teaching and learning "Disruptive Numbers" is a tool to provoke math discourse in class to unravel the chaos that numbers bring to uncover hidden stories that perpetuate partisanship in our society.

Resources: 


Supporting Preservice Teachers: Responsiveness to Students During COVID-19 and Transition to Online Courses in Teacher Ed

Date: May 7 ~ 4:00 PM PDT

Presenter: Trevor Warburton

Description: In this QTE Trevor Warburton discusses what his students (preservice teachers) are experiencing during COVID-19, how that impacts their learning from home, and his attempts at equitable teaching during this time.

Using Math Language Routines to Launch Performance Tasks, Explore the relationship between language & math to shift mindset & identity

Date: May 13 ~ 4:00 PM PDT

Presenter: Cecilio Dimas

Description: Participants will engage in routines that develop both language and mathematics in an authentic & purposeful way, while moving away from answer getting or re-stating steps.