Posts Tagged ‘professional development’

Zeno’s Summer Institute is a 2-day event including workshops, conversations, and play for early childhood educators and providers who serve low-income families. Attendees will walk away from this event knowing Zeno’s philosophy around math play and the role of the family in math learning. Our workshops and discussions will: Teach how mathy stuff is possible […] Read More

August 24th + 25th, Cedarbrook Lodge (SeaTac)           In December 2016, Zeno received a grant from Washington STEM to support the expansion of our MathWays for Early Learning (MathWays) program to new communities in the Puget Sound region. Part of the grant’s focus is exploring ways to make the program easily […] Read More

A math teacher once told Vicki as a child, “You ask too many questions!” She thought to herself, but isn’t that what math is all about? From that moment she knew she wanted to go into education and inspire kids to feel good about math. Vicki brings decades of experience to the Zeno team; she […] Read More

Our guest blog today comes from Maureen Wilson – one of our local teachers who received a scholarship to attend the National Council on Teachers of Mathematics conference this spring with Zeno! Hear what she’s bringing back to HER classroom as we head into the end of the school year… I was inspired by many […] Read More

As some of you may know, every year Zeno sends a few lucky teachers to the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics Annual Meeting. For our partner teachers, this is a professional development opportunity of a lifetime. This year’s conference was held in New Orleans and what an exciting few days it’s been! The presentations […] Read More