How is your summer reading going? My pile seems to be getting larger not smaller! I always seem to overestimate the time I will be able to spend reading and so far this summer is no exception. One thing that is helping me this summer is participating in Twitter book chats online. I am the […]Continue Reading
The Looney Experience
Data is gathered and analyzed showing the effectiveness of professional development, and results consistently reveal significant gains in participant content and pedagogical knowledge.
Testimonials and reflections from participants working with LMC show significant shifts in fundamental thinking about how children learn mathematics. The dynamic needs of adult learners our incorporated into our presentations and courses. The modes of teaching vary from the use of hands-on activities, to the analysis of student work, to the use of technology and more. Participants leave a working session with enthusiasm, prepared to apply what they have learned in their classrooms.
LMC consultants are highly-qualified, delivering research-based information that engages participants according to district level goals. Instruction is differentiated and adapted to meet the needs of all learners in order to insure a successful experience for all. We believe that communication is critical to establishing an effective PD plan for your district, and our consultants maintain communication throughout the entire experience.
What Makes Looney Math Consulting Different?
- We specialize in Mathematics Professional Development.
- Our consulting team shares a common vision of mathematics as a discipline that is engaging, diverse, and equitable across all learners.
- We offer a personal program that will tailor you experience to meet district needs.
- Looney Math Consulting has a proven track record backed by course results.
- We have the ability to deliver large scale.
- We are equipped to support long-term systemic change.
Recent Blog Posts
At LMC we love using picture books during math class or incorporating math themed books into the reading block. This post is the first in a series that will highlight some of our favorite books to use with students. In chapter two of her book Becoming the Math Teacher You Wish You Had, Tracy Zager […]Continue Reading