Carnegie Math Pathways provides meaningful and flexible professional learning and connections to a community of peer educators deeply committed to transforming student success in math.
Resources Available to Every Pathways Educator
Faculty resources in your first year
Robust training, onboarding support, and mentorship from experienced peers in the Carnegie Math Pathways educator community are available to all new faculty, helping you to feel prepared and supported in your first year of teaching the Pathways.
From self-paced online training to group-based online and in-person training seminars, we provide flexible options to meet your schedule and desired learning modality.
Institutional assistance to build and sustain math pathways
Our community of supports also extend to administrators involved in math pathways implementation. Peer Carnegie Math Pathways administrators are available to offer coaching support to meet your needs around the many facets of pathways implementation, including strategies for effective launch and scale, promising advising and placement practices, and guidance on integrating math pathways with other critical campus success initiatives.
Ongoing opportunities for rich professional development
Harnessing the power of educators who know their students and communities best, we have always relied on our community of practitioners to shape and drive our work forward. Carnegie Math Pathways offers you the opportunity to engage with educators like yourself in a variety of professional learning opportunities including R&D efforts to develop, test, and continuously refine course solutions and instructor supports.
Instructional resources and data analytics to inform your practice
Effective instruction requires having timely information and tools to help you understand and assist your students. We provide you with valuable instructional resources and data to support your practice. With real-time analytics that offer tangible insights into student progress and performance and accompanying instructional guides and resources, you are able to take action to support your students where they are.
A Community of Support
We also provide peer connection to support your professional learning. Carnegie Math Pathways educators have access to expertise and support from across our national community and the ability to share practices and experiences via mentorship, webinars, and an online community forum.
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How do I get started?
Contact us to discuss the best certification option for your needs.