Institute for Educational Development

Uniquely Qualified Instructor

Chris Shore is a dynamic mathematics teacher and experienced national presenter. He has taught mathematics courses at the secondary level for 25 years and knows how to effectively engage adolescents in the mathematics classroom. Chris knows from firsthand experience both the goals and the challenges that teachers face in implementing the Common Core State Standards for mathematics.

Chris is the author of Helping Meet and Exceed the Common Core Standards for Mathematical Practice (Grades 6-12), the extensive resource handbook each participant will receive at the seminar. Additional credits include editor of The Math Projects Journal, and publisher of the book, MPJ’s Ultimate Math Lessons.

Chris’ ideas and refreshing approach will rekindle your spirit and empower your math instruction with techniques, tips and tools that you can use immediately to instill the Common Core Math Practices in all students.

What Your Colleagues Say About Your Presenter

“The math teachers who attend Chris’ presentations are truly transformed. I would recommend Chris Shore teach every math teacher in our state.”

“Chris Shore’s presentation opened my eyes to the changes that need to be made in the teaching and training of teachers of mathematics.”

“I have never known a teacher who is concerned with the success of his students.”

“Chris has lit a fire for my math classroom. The proof from his former students lends immeasurably to his credibility. The belief that ALL of them can do it inspires me.”

“Chris is awesome!”

“I really appreciate that Chris’ presentation is completely applicable and immediately ‘usable’ in the mathematics classroom.”

“Chris has challenged me to re-think the types of questions I ask my students.”

“Chris gives an excellent presentation on bringing ‘new life’ to math instruction. He provides more than just a few great projects – he communicates a philosophy that makes us all think!”

“Chris’ seminar is the only one I’ve attended where I can actually use the ideas in my math classroom. He provides more than materials and general concepts. This was a way to practically connect both to help students learn.”

“This is one of the best seminars that I have been to.”

I’ve never received so many useful math ideas in such a short period of time.”