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Using the TEA Math Vertical Alignment to Analyze STAAR Items

Have you ever thought of pairing a vertical alignment tool with a conversation around analyzing a STAAR item?  At our upcoming STAAR Target workshops for Math we will do just that very thing.  The goal is to take a close look not only at the prerequisite skills but also to look what comes next in […]

Project Based Learning, Teaching and Learning Statistics and more… Join us this fall for Secondary Math Professional Learning Opportunities at Region 13!

All secondary Math workshops for the fall are open and ready for registration!  Come join us for some professional learning, new this fall include Project Based Learning in Math and Teaching and Learning Statistics.  We also have revamped and updated our Math STAAR Target workshops to include new resources and tools around the recently released […]

Exciting Fall in Elementary Mathematics!

You won’t want to miss the exiting opportunities in Elementary Math this Fall at Region 13! We hope you will take advantage of many new workshop choices and our outstanding distinguished speaker, Marcy Cook. Mark your calendars now for November 2nd . You don’t want to miss a day with Marcy! Have a great 2017-2018 […]

Welcome Back Math Leaders!

On Sept. 7th we will hold our first Math Leadership meeting here at Region 13! To register, log in to E-campus and enter workshop ID FA1736575. While you are in E-campus please verify your information. To help us better serve your math needs, please complete the following short survey. In case you missed it, the […]

The Skills That Matter – Teaching Self-Regulation

Students need to be prepared with the skills that matter for success in life after high school. This session will describe how to impact students’ success by teaching self-regulation within middle and high school courses, in addition to supports such as counseling, special education and career education. By incorporating self-regulation into instruction, teachers have found […]

SB826 – Sequencing of HS Math Courses

Did you know… The governor signed SB826 regarding removing sequencing of Algebra I and Geometry before 3rd year credit of mathematics. Note, it is effective beginning the 17-18 school year. This means, there is no sequencing defined for the 17-18 school year. We realize this brings up more questions with regards to next school year […]

Cognitively Guided Instruction – CGI!

Join us June 13-16 for Cognitively Guided Instruction for K-2 teachers, there are a few spots left!  We are excited to have a national trainer Dr. Olly Steinthorsdottir leading our training.  This unique opportunity provides 7 days of PD, starting with 4 this summer and 3 days next school year.  Due to generous support from […]

Words Their Way

Literacy definitely applies to all content areas! Check out the following series. Words Their Way Words Their Way is a developmental approach to phonics, vocabulary, and spelling instruction.  It offers a systematic, teacher directed, child-centered plan for the study of words from kindergarten to high school.  When teachers use this practical, hands-on way to study […]

Summer Fun with ESC 13 Math

Congratulations on another great year in the classroom, and thank you for everything you do to engage our students in learning and loving mathematics! As teachers and leaders of mathematics, the learning never stops! Please consider joining us this summer for one or more training opportunities. K-3 math teachers – Don’t forget about the TEA […]

Elementary Extravaganza – Register Now!

What’s Happening at the Elementary Extravaganza On June 6th? This one-day conference is dedicated to understanding and meeting the diverse and unique needs of the elementary teacher.  If you work with Pre-K – 5th Grade…this is the place to be! Through this innovative, interactive menu-based experience, participants are able to spend their day with other […]