Los Alamos National Laboratory

Los Alamos National Laboratory

Delivering science and technology to protect our nation and promote world stability

Math Teacher Leader Network

Strengthening high quality mathematics teaching and learning in elementary and middle schools in Northern New Mexico.

Contacts  

  • Community Partnerships Office
  • (505) 665-4400
  • Lorenzo Gonzales
  • (505) 699-4050
  • Email
  • Zachary Leonard
  • (505) 699-4053
  • Email
  • Monica J. Martinez-Archuleta
  • (505) 500-6076
  • Email

math teacher leader network

The Math Teacher Leader Network (MTLN) is an association of math teacher leaders and their principals and the Laboratory’s Math and Science Academy designed to facilitate and strengthen high quality mathematics teaching and learning in elementary and middle schools in northern New Mexico.

Goals:

  1. Deepen math teacher leaders’ mathematical content knowledge, pedagogical knowledge, pedagogical content knowledge, and leadership skills
  2. Support teacher leaders and principals in building teacher capacity for math teaching and learning through job-embedded professional learning and systems in their schools
  3. Foster a sustained network of engaged partners

Approaches to implementation:

  1. Formal professional learning
  2. Job-Embedded professional learning, and teaching and learning systems development
  3. Cross-school/district learning through structured collaboration
  4. Network functions  

2018/2019 Participating Schools:

School District

School

Bloomfield Public Schools

Blanco Elementary School

Bureau of Indian Education

Taos Day School
Jemez Day School

Cuba Independent Schools

Cuba Middle School
Cuba Elementary School

Española Public Schools

Abiquiu Elementary School

Los Alamos Public Schools

Los Alamos Middle School
Mountain Elementary School

Pojoaque Valley Public Schools

Pojoaque Middle School
Sixth Grade Academy
Pojoaque Intermediate School

Santa Fe Public Schools

El Camino Real Academy