Presented by WSASCD and Curriculum Associates this session, led by Dr. Gladis Kersaint, will encourage the audience to consider influences on providing inclusive mathematics instruction and interventions needed to provide all students access and opportunities to learn. 

This professional learning may be eligible for Title I or Title II funding. Please contact your program director for more information. 

Teachers, instructional coaches, principals, assistant principals, and administrators.

May 13, 4–5:30 p.m.

In this session we will focus on:

  • Why providing inclusive mathematics is important.
  • Ways to ensure the needs of all students are met.
  • Universal pedagogical practices that ensure all students have access and opportunities to learn rigorous mathematics.

Session outcomes/takeaways:

  • Pedagogical decisions should be guided by a focus on student learning. 
  • Teachers must intervene if students are to be provided equitable access and opportunities to learn. 


$65 per individual OR $199 group registration (four registrants)

Registration is now closed.

One-year membership to WSASCD included with registration. Note to current members: registration does not extend your membership.

You will receive a Zoom confirmation with your personal link to join the sessions. Please do not share your link. 

This session will be recorded, and paid registrants will be provided personal access (not shareable) to the recording post-event. The recording can be accessed for three months following the session. Still wish to cancel? A administrative fee ($30 individual/$65 group) applies to cancellations. No Show = No Refund.

1.5 WA State Approved clock hours are available for participation for live online participation. Attendance will be verified.

Contact Lisa Gehman at 360.943.5717 or wsascd@wasa-oly.org with registration questions.

Contact Carrie Lam at
carrielamascd@gmail.com with event questions.

Dr. Gladis Kersaint has dedicated her career to helping promote effective teaching and learning of mathematics. Her areas of expertise include equity and discourse in mathematics education and preparation of teachers of mathematics. In addition to being an author on the i-Ready Classroom Mathematics program published by Curriculum Associates, Gladis is a co-author of Teaching Mathematics to English Language Learners and Mathematical Literacy: Helping Students Make Meaning in the Middle Grades. She currently is a Vice Provost of Strategic Initiatives at the University of Connecticut and serves on the Board of Directors for the American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education. Previous roles include being a mathematics teacher in Miami-Dade County Public Schools, Dean and Professor of Mathematics Education at the Neag School of Education at the University of Connecticut, and a member of the NCTM Board of Directors from 2012–2015.