Empowering Educators. Transforming Practice.
Mathematics Institute of Wisconsin was approved for the PLPG in July 2021.
The "Types of support we offer" and "Our curriculum expertise" are evaluated and approved by Rivet Education; all other information is self-reported. We recommend that you confirm details with each partner directly.
Who we are
Our curriculum expertise
Rivet Education approved
- Imagine Learning Illustrative Mathematics 6-8 Math (2019)
- Imagine Learning Illustrative Mathematics 9-12 (2019)
- Kendall Hunt's Illustrative Mathematics 6-8 Math (2019)
- Kendall Hunt's Illustrative Mathematics Traditional (2019)
- McGraw-Hill Illustrative Mathematics 6-8 Math (2020)
Certifications we've received
10 or fewer facilitators/coaches
Less than 10% are non-white
Where we work
We have worked here
We are also willing to work here
Types of districts that we have experience working with
- Traditional District
- Fewer than 2,500 students
- 2,500 to 10,000 students
- 10,000 to 50,000 students
- 50,000 to 100,000 students
- More than 100,000 students
- Greater than 60% of economically disadvantaged students
- Greater than 20% of English language learners
- Greater than 20% of students with disability
- Greater than 80% students of color
This partner's approach and services
How we address equity
How we build district capacity
How we provide curriculum-aligned PL
We offer workshops designed to support both teachers and school leaders implementing IM K-12 Math. The focus of these workshops include learning about the instructional routines used throughout the curriculum, experiencing problem-based teaching and learning through the lens of IM K-12, and learning about the progression of understanding across units.
We offer coaching services to support individuals and teams implementing IM K-12 Math. Coaching services include modeling and co-teaching lessons with individuals or groups of educators, classroom observations using collected data to provide feedback and reflection, and collaborative conversations around utilizing the various structures and resources within the curriculum.
We consult with schools that have questions regarding how to implement different curriculum components, as well as the rationale behind choices the authors made in the design features. These range from the inclusion of different mathematical representations to the rationale behind the scope and sequence in grade levels and courses.