NYC Math Lab 2019 Application
If you are interested in attending the NYC Math Lab this summer, please complete the application below. We will contact you to let you know if you've been accepted to attend. Preference is given to teachers from sponsoring schools (PS 20M, 110M, 140M and 142M). If you teach at a non-sponsoring school but are still interested in attending, complete the application and we will be in touch.

WHAT: The NYC Math Lab, a summer institute offered by the Math Collective, is a week-long professional development opportunity for teachers to observe, analyze and participate in the teaching of a group of students who will enter 5th grade in the fall. Each day will involve a pre-brief about the day’s lessons, two hours of observing lessons taught by Math Lab facilitators, study of student work, and lesson debrief. Time will also be provided to discuss implications and plan for the upcoming school year.

WHO: Teachers of any grade K-8 are welcome to attend; the content (fractions) may be of particular interest to teachers of grades 3-8.

WHEN: Monday, July 29th - Friday, August 2nd, 9 am - 3 pm

WHERE: PS 20, The Anna Silver School
166 Essex St, New York, NY 10002

REQUIREMENTS: Teachers are required to commit to attending all 5 days of the lab week.

QUESTIONS? Email mathcollective@mathcollective.org.

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We hope to convene an after school study group for NYC Math Lab participants that meets monthly throughout the 2019-2020 school year. We will give preference to applicants who want to engage in continued work. Would you be able to participate in this group? *
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