Conferences & Institutes

Summer Math Conference

Bank Street’s Summer Math Conference is an annual two-day professional learning opportunity for K-8 educators, coaches, and school leaders. Through this event, participants will explore what lifelong learning in math looks, sounds, and feels like and consider ways to cultivate authentic learner stances. You’ll engage in hands-on sessions and reflective activities that will deepen your understanding of how to support all students in their math exploration, skill development, and comprehension.

This event is a collaboration between the Bank Street Education Center and the Leadership in Mathematics Education Program at the Bank Street Graduate School of Education.

2024 Conference
The Joy of Taking a Learner’s Stance in Math (Even When It Is Uncomfortable)

Date & Location:

Wednesday, August 14 from 9:00 AM – 4:30 PM
Thursday, August 15 from 9:00 AM – 4:30 PM
The Interchurch Center, 61 Claremont Avenue, New York, NY

Rates:

Early Bird Registration Fee (by June 30): $250
Registration Fee: $300
Current Bank Street Student or Staff: $75
Participants can earn 13 CTLE hours by attending both days of the conference.

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Keynote Speaker

Tracy Fray-Oliver
Vice President, Bank Street Education Center
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Tracy Fray Oliver

Educators during math-focused professional development

About the Bank Street Education Center

The Bank Street Education Center strives to disrupt inequity by collaborating with schools, programs, and districts to design better educational experiences for both children and adults. In its work in K-12 math education, the Education Center builds the mathematical knowledge and pedagogical skills of educators to provide students with greater access to equitable, high-quality math instruction.
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Graduate students during math class

About the Leadership in Mathematics Education Program

Bank Street Graduate School of Education
This 16-month fully online program is designed for aspiring leaders who want to effect positive change at the school, district, state, and national levels. You’ll become part of a supportive and like-minded community of faculty, math teachers, coaches, and administrators. You’ll study strategies of progressive educational reform and gain a full range of essential instructional leadership skills, including curriculum development and assessment practices. You’ll also build on your knowledge of adult development while deepening your own math content knowledge.
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Two grad students doing a math activity

Other Math Professional Development Opportunities

Saturday Math
Saturday Math is an opportunity for teachers, administrators, curriculum enthusiasts, and other professionals to do, learn, and talk about math together. This is a space for you to explore your own mathematical thinking and discuss issues related to teaching and learning mathematics. Sessions consist of interactive activities and discussions, and you will go home with new resources and fresh ideas to try out in your own practice.
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Scene's From Our 2023 Conference

At last year's conference, attendees explored the essential components of cultivating joy and equity in mathematics education.
  • Educators collaborate at Bank Street's Summer Math Conference
  • Educators collaborate at Bank Street's Summer Math Conference
  • Educators collaborate at Bank Street's Summer Math Conference