The Certificate in Math Leadership is designed for practicing educators interested in pursuing opportunities in mathematics leadership.

This 4-course series certificate will prepare educators for the challenges of being a mathematics leader, whether it be a Math Coach, a Math Interventionist, an RTI Coordinator, a Title I: Math Teacher or a grade-level Team Leader. Completion of this Certificate requires the following four UMF courses:

  • EDU 529 Mathematics Leadership in K-12 settings: Understanding and Implementing Maine’s State Standards
  • EDU 530 Mathematics Leadership in K-12 settings: The Mathematics Content for Standards-Based Instruction
  • EDU 531 Mathematics Pedagogical Knowledge: Effective Instructional Practices for Teaching Maine’s State Standards
  • EDU 532 Mathematics Leadership K-12: The Art of Mathematics Coaching and Supervision

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This first course in this program, EDU 529 Mathematics Leadership in K-12 settings: Understanding and Implementing Maine’s State Standards, a prerequisite for the other 3 required courses, is being offered again in Spring 2019. 

Enroll into the Certificate in Math Leadership Program. Enroll now into the Certificate in Math Leadership program that starts Spring 2019. All courses are offered using a blended format, with a combination of face-to-face class meetings and online study.

Register for a course in this program. Click on the Spring 2018 Registration Formto register for a Spring 2018 course. Click here for information on the Spring 2018 courses:

  • University College at Rockland course offering
    • EDU 531 Mathematics Pedagogical Knowledge: Effective Instructional Practices for Teaching Maine’s State Standards 
      • University College at Rockland Section/class number = 0001/90575
  • University College at Saco course offering
    • EDU 530 Mathematics Leadership in K-12 Settings:The Mathematics Content for Standards-Based Instruction
      • University College at Saco/class number = 0001/90556
  • UMF course offering
    • EDU 531 Mathematics Pedagogical Knowledge: Effective Instructional Practices for Teaching Maine’s State Standards 
      • UMF Section/class number = 0002/90916

 

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