How To Teach Math In Online, Concurrent, And Hybrid Classrooms

by Theresa Wills


  • Mathematics
  • Remote Instruction

Grade Levels:

  • Elementary School
  • Middle School
  • High School

Start Date: Immediate access

Access for 16 weeks

2 Professional Development Hours

Timing: Self-paced with no set meeting time

1 Graduate Level Professional Development Credit Available

Topics Covered:

  • Concurrent Instruction
  • Online Instruction
  • Hybrid Instruction
  • Math
  • Synchronous

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If you’ve tried online, concurrent, or hybrid instruction, but you feel like you’re talking into a void and miss the classroom interactions, then this workshop is for you.

We’ll begin by exploring what successful online gaming communities can tell us about teaching online.  Then we’ll discuss how to take what you did in person and do it online or in concurrent settings.  We'll review classroom routines, norms, and cues that will give you the classroom management needed to ensure that all students participate.

From there, we’ll focus more on implementation including quick daily warm ups, math tasks with rich discussions and how to keep students engaged and accountable in small groups.  Finally, we’ll wrap up the workshop by talking about how to make this teaching sustainable.

Theresa Wills

About the Instructor

Theresa Wills

Theresa Wills, PhD, is the author of Teaching Math at a Distance, K-12: A Practical Guide to Rich Remote Instruction.  Theresa is an assistant professor of mathematics education in the School of Education at George Mason University, working with inservice mathematics specialists and preservice elementary and secondary teachers.  Theresa has taught synchronous online classes and webinars since 2010 and researchers teaching practices that are adaptable to the online environment.  As a former classroom teacher and math coach, Theresa still volunteers regularly in K-12 classrooms.