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Melissa Adams-Corral
University of Texas Rio Grande Valley
Julia Aguirre
University of Washington-Tacoma
Maddy Ahearn
Lane Education Service District, Oregon
Harold Asturias
Lawrence Hall of Science
Gabrielle Bernal
University of Michigan
Teresa Dunleavy
Seattle, WA
Mark Freed
Oregon Department of Education
Allison Hintz
University of Washington – Bothell
Kristine Ho
UCLA Mathematics Project
Mandy Jansen
University of Delaware
Naomi Jessup
Georgia State University
Queshonda Kudaisi
University of North Texas
Brian Lawler
Kennesaw State University
Abi Leaf
Escondido Union High School District
Cathy Martin
Denver, CO
Jennifer McCray
Erikson Institute
Marrielle Myers
Kennesaw State University
Cristina Navarro-Aguirre
UCLA Mathematics Project
Kathy Pfaendler
Teachers Development Group
Priscila Pereira
University of Illinois Chicago
Kristen Reed
Education Development Center
Paulo Tan
John Hopkins University
Shakesha Thompson
Education Development Center
Richard Velasco
University of Oklahoma
Jared Webb
North Carolina A & T University

List of Speakers from 2023 Seminar.

Check here in late fall for 2024 updates.

2023 IN PERSONLEADERSHIP SEMINARon Mathematics Professional Learning

At this year’s seminar, participants will deepen understanding of what it means to shift PK-12 math instruction and math professional learning that support “all students” to math teaching and learning that centers the needs of students of color, linguistically minoritized students, and students living in poverty.
  • Wednesday, March 8th: 5:30 PM – 9:00 PM
    Opening Reception with hot hors d’oeuvres & Plenary Session
  • Thursday, March 9th: 8:00 AM – 6:30 PM
    General & Plenary Sessions,
    Breakfast, Lunch, & Social Hour with light fare
  • Friday, March 10th: 8:00 AM- 3:00 PM
    General & Plenary Sessions,
    Breakfast, Lunch, Afternoon Dessert

Save the Date for Next Year’s Seminar
March 6, 7, 8, 2024

Sheraton Portland Airport Hotel,
8235 NE Airport Way, Portland, OR 97220
$153 USD per night plus tax if booked before February 21, 2023


Our Mission

Teachers Development Group is a nonprofit organization dedicated to improving all students’ mathematical understanding and achievement through meaningful, effective professional development for teachers and school leaders.

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