About the Project

The Pathways to Teacher Leadership in Mathematics project is a three-year graduate program in mathematics education. Participants in the project deepen their mathematical knowledge of major clusters within the Common Core State Standards for Mathematics while building teacher leadership capacity in supporting excellence in mathematics teaching and learning.

Goal 1

Deepen mathematical knowledge and understanding of mathematics learning progressions.

Goal 2

Strengthen instruction through high-leverage and effective teaching practices for mathematics.

Goal 3

Implement formative assessment principles and practices to inform instruction and further student learning.

Goal 4

Develop mathematics content-focused leadership, facilitation, and coaching strategies.

2014 Summer Institute: Algebraic Reasoning

Algebraic Reasoning Summer 2014 – Content for Instructors


Wisconsin ESEA Improving Teacher Quality Program administered by the University of Wisconsin System with ESEA Title II, Part A funds from the U.S. Department of Education.

Contact Information

Dr. DeAnn Huinker
Project Director
Department of Curriculum & Instruction

Dr. Michael Steele
Project Director
Department of Curriculum & Instruction