3 Massive Mistakes

Education Leaders Make

That Contribute to Disappointing Math Results

Are you frustrated by unsatisfactory math results? Are you looking for turnaround strategies to improve the mathematics teaching and learning in your school or district? Join us to discover 3 massive mistakes you may be making that sabotage the very math achievement you want to promote. Leave this two-hour session with practical tools and strategies for successfully addressing these mistakes.

Kimberly RImbey, Ph.D.


PRESENTER: Kimberly Rimbey, Ph.D



May 9, 2018 at 9:30-11:30 AM or 1:00-3:00 PM (PAST)

June 1, 2018 at 9:30-11:30 AM (PAST)

August 29, 2018 at 9:30-11:30 AM


LOCATION: Phoenix Elementary School District Office, PDC Room

1817 North 7th Street, Phoenix, AZ

What You'll Learn

Addressing the 3 massive mistakes you may be making requires attention to mathematics instruction, pedagogy, content, and resources. In this session, you will learn . . .


Why your teachers are overwhelmed and discouraged.


Tools to focus teachers' attention on the most important math ideas.


The types of mathematics resources that give you the biggest bang for your buck.


How to identify when teachers need instructional support.


Ways to help teachers use tools strategically.

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Over the decades, elementary mathematics has not changed, but our understanding of how children learn has changed dramatically. This shift requires that leaders put systems in place to ensure students engage in interactions with highly-skilled, highly-supported teachers.

-Kimberly Rimbey, Ph.D.

Join Us on August 29!

About the K and the P in KP Mathematics

Kimberly Rimbey, Ph.D.

Kim has a passion for making a difference in the field of mathematics education. One of her greatest joys is helping teachers and their leaders embrace new ways of teaching and new ways of learning. A well-known expert in her field, Kim combines a wealth of experience, endless creative ideas, and outstanding communication skills, making her presentations must-attend events. 

Peggy Akin

Peggy Akin has 40 years of experience in curriculum design, development, and implementation. She is adept at creating amazing learning experiences for students based on the most important mathematics taught at the elementary level. Her resources have been used across the country to help children experience the excitement of discovery, develop deep understanding, and embrace a love of learning.

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