Math at Home Math Access for Teachers
and Home Child Care Providers

CME Group Community Foundation

 

 

About M.A.T.H.

Math Access for Teachers and Home Care providers (Math At Home) is a University of Illinois at Chicago College of Education project funded by CME Group Foundation. Math At Home is a free access online professional development center to help family home care providers, teachers and parents develop early math skills in children.

Audience

Math at Home is designed for home child care providers, teachers and parents for use with children ages birth through Preschool.

Goals and Objectives

The goal of MATH is to provide professional development for home child care providers in the State of Illinois to assist caregivers in helping the children they serve with math literacy. This goal will be achieved by providing professional development in math literacy that can be accessed online. MATH will employ the following three essential components linked to the early learning math standards in order to achieve the stated goal:

  1. Knowledge about how to set up an environment to enrich and foster mathematical literacy (space, equipment, and design);
  2. Knowledge about how to teach and facilitate math activities and lessons for children ages 0-5; and
  3. Knowledge about mathematical concepts necessary for the teacher/provider to know in order to teach and facilitate mathematical learning.

Contact Us

To contact us, email us at info@mathathome.org.

 

About UIC

UIC is a community of scholars committed to educational equity as it contributes to social, political and economic parity. It develops new knowledge about education that improves teaching, learning and assessment; informs policy and practice; and is valued by the communities it serves. It directs its teaching, research and public service to all learners, but particularly those in urban environments.

 

College of Education

The College of Education at the University of Iillinois at Chicago strives to prepare the next generation of educators, educational leaders, and educational researchers to establish equity in Chicago public schools. Making good on the promise of public education requires acknowledging and addressing the problems of inequality explicitly and courageously, so that the public education system can work effectively for the full flourishing of the life of every individual child.

 

 

 

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