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2016-18 Math Specialists in International Schools (MSIS)

presented by Erma Anderson

Registration Form

MSIS Program Information


• A 2 year Mathematics Specialist certificate program for K-8 teachers of mathematics.

• Based on mathematics content from the AERO/Common Core Standards.

• Participants who complete all 5 session receive a Certificate from the Office of Overseas Schools.

• Offering optional graduate credit at additional cost from SUNY Buffalo.


A coherent sequence of 5 face to face, three day institutes over a two year period*, that will expand teachers' understanding of the AERO/Common Core Standards, how students learn that content, evidence of students understanding, and how to work with peers in a mentoring relationship. Each institute is limited to 25 participants.


  1. Deepen mathematics content and pedagogy
  2. Develop and implement rigorous, meaningful assessments
  3. Build school capacity for continuous improvement in mathematics
  4. Provide intensive training and support for a cohort of mathematics specialists who will assume a role of collaborating with classroom teachers
  5. Enhance the use of evidence-based instruction and assessment practices defined in the AERO/Common Core Standards.
Criteria for Participants:
• Bachelor's Degree from an accredited institution
• A valid Education Teaching License
• Currently employed teaching K-8 in an international school for a minimum of 3 years

Participant commits to attend all 5 sessions.


● Registration Fees per session:

MAIS Member Schools: $300 USD
Non-Member Schools: $500 USD

(excluding: transportation and room/board)

● SUNY Buffalo State graduate credit is optional ($180 for 2 graduate credits -forms for each of the 5 institutes will be available online. Participants are to register and pay directly as per the SUNY registration form.)


Mediterranean Association
of International Schools

Tel: +(34) 91 352-0678
Fax: +(34) 91-352-7795
Email: shannon@mais-web.org

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