Eureka Math Professional Development

Great Minds®️ has designed a range of professional development resources to support schools and districts as they implement Eureka Math®. Created by our team of teacher–writers, these resources demonstrate the same careful attention to coherence that characterizes the curriculum as a whole.

Implementing Eureka Math

We now offer virtual PD. Virtual PD is not just an online course. It consists of live, facilitator-led sessions that are inspired by the same learning design and goals as our in-person sessions and are similarly tailored to your teachers’ needs.

Private Virtual PD

Come together with educators from your school or district for a private PD session just for your group. Great Minds facilitators will work with up to 35 participants joining from their homes or classrooms on their individual computers.

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Virtual Open Enrollment

Join educators from around the country for an open enrollment virtual PD session. Sessions are led by two Great Minds facilitators and are designed for 20 to 35 individual participants. View the schedule and sign up for a session.

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Virtual PD Options

The Eureka Math team has crafted a multi-year sequence to support educators. Sessions are designed and led by our team of teacher–writers and experts who draw on their experience and expertise in the classroom to help participants prepare for and sustain successful implementation. 

  • Launch Eureka Math for Grades K–5
  • Launch Eureka Math for Grades 6–12
  • Focus on Fluency for Grades K–5
  • Focus on Fluency for Grades 6–12
  • Preparation and Customization for Grades K–5
  • Preparation and Customization for Grades 6–12
  • Lead Eureka Math for Grades K–12
  • Major Work of the Grade Band for Grades K–2
  • Major Work of the Grade Band for Grades 3–5
  • Major Work of the Grade Band for Grades 6–8
  • Solving Word Problems for Grades K–5
  • Solving Word Problems for Grades 6–12
  • Eureka Math: Getting in Sync for Grades PK–5
  • Eureka Math: Getting in Sync for Grades 6–12
  • Addressing Unfinished Work with Eureka Math Equip for Grades 1–5
  • Addressing Unfinished Work with Eureka Math Equip for Grades 6–12

Launch Eureka Math K–5

Launch Eureka Math prepares new users to successfully implement the curriculum in Grades K–5. Educators explore the curriculum to understand how the learning design and lessons build a comprehensive and coherent understanding of math. Participants will interactively explore a module and learn about the curriculum through the lens of the key shifts necessitated by the Common Core State Standards for Mathematics (CCSSM).

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Launch Eureka Math 6–12

Launch Eureka Math prepares new users to successfully implement the curriculum in Grades 6–12. Educators explore the curriculum to understand how the learning design and lessons build a comprehensive and coherent understanding of math. Participants will interactively explore a module and learn about the curriculum through the lens of the key shifts necessitated by the Common Core State Standards for Mathematics (CCSSM).

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Focus on Fluency for Grades K–5

In this session, educators spend most of their time practicing fluency exercises for grades K–5. Participants learn more about the curriculum’s instructional tools that support students’ fluency. 

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Focus on Fluency for Grades 6–12

In this session, educators spend most of their time practicing fluency exercises for grades 6–12. Participants learn more about the curriculum’s instructional tools that support students’ fluency. 

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Preparation and Customization for Grades K–5

The purpose of this full-day session is threefold: to empower teachers to discern the decisions inherent in each Eureka Math lesson for Grades K–5, to study the curriculum’s teaching sequences, and to prepare teachers to customize lessons to meet the needs of their students.

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Preparation and Customization for Grades 6–12

The purpose of this full-day session is threefold: to empower teachers to discern the decisions inherent in each Eureka Math lesson for Grades 6–12, to study the curriculum’s teaching sequences, and to prepare teachers to customize lessons to meet the needs of their students.

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LEAD EUREKA MATH FOR GRADES K–12

Lead Eureka Math is designed for administrators. It is a balance of study, experiential learning, analysis, and practice. The session covers important topics that will help administrators support the successful implementation of Eureka Math.

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MAJOR WORK OF THE GRADE BAND FOR GRADES K–2

In this session, educators already implementing the curriculum deepen their understanding of fundamental mathematics. This session showcases the coherence of addition and subtraction as participants explore the development of those operations across the K–2 grade band.

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MAJOR WORK OF THE GRADE BAND FOR GRADES 3–5

This session engages participants in studying the progression of multiplication and division in Eureka Math from Grade 3 through Grade 5. Participants will experience, analyze, and practice the language and models used to help students understand and develop skill with multiplication and division of whole numbers, fractions, and decimals. 

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MAJOR WORK OF THE GRADE BAND FOR GRADES 6–8

In this session, participants develop their understanding of the instructional sequence that builds up to the introduction of functions in Grade 8. This session traces the trajectory of content from ratios to properties of similar triangles. Further, the session shows the progression of those concepts, highlighting where they intersect and providing participants with a deep understanding of why the slope of a line is well defined.

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SOLVING WORD PROBLEMS FOR GRADES K–5

In this session, participants learn how to effectively model and teach word problems by using math drawings. Participants will also analyze and practice teaching sequences from the curriculum that move students toward solving increasingly complex problems, including multi-step problems.

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SOLVING WORD PROBLEMS FOR GRADES 6–12

In this session, participants will learn how to effectively model and teach the tape diagram as a tool for supporting algebraic fluency with expressions and equations. The study and practice of solving word problems further reveals the coherence of the curriculum and how this mathematical model supports student learning across the grades. 

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EUREKA MATH: GETTING IN SYNC PK–5

In this session, participants will learn how to effectively support students in a continuous learning model that supports learning whether in school or at home for Grades PK–5. The session shows how Eureka Math products support teachers, students, and families with learning materials, video content, and guidance to create supportive learning communities regardless of physical distance.

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EUREKA MATH: GETTING IN SYNC 6–12

In this session, participants will learn how to effectively support students in a continuous learning model that supports learning whether in school or at home for Grades 6–12. The session shows how Eureka Math products support teachers, students, and families with learning materials, video content, and guidance to create supportive learning communities regardless of physical distance.

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ADDRESSING UNFINISHED WORK WITH EUREKA MATH EQUIP K–5

In this session, participants will learn how to support grade level work with students by leveraging Eureka Math products to navigate gaps and misconceptions for Grades K–5 that have arisen from prior unfinished learning. Through pre-module assessments and data-driven recommendations for instruction, participants will learn to use student evidence from assessments on key concepts to inform targeted instructional choices. This ensures students engage with grade-level content while supporting unfinished learning of prior grade levels. 

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ADDRESSING UNFINISHED WORK WITH EUREKA MATH EQUIP 6–12

In this session, participants will learn how to support grade level work with students by leveraging Eureka Math products to navigate gaps and misconceptions for Grades 6–12 that have arisen from prior unfinished learning. Through pre-module assessments and data-driven recommendations for instruction, participants will learn to use student evidence from assessments on key concepts to inform targeted instructional choices. This ensures students engage with grade-level content while supporting unfinished learning of prior grade levels. 

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Need Help Planning PD?

Connect with Great Minds and the Eureka Math team to craft a professional development plan that supports successful implementation of the curriculum. We’ll work together to meet your math education goals.

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