Mathematics Ongoing Professional Learning- Presentations, Webinars, and Online Learning Modules

Ongoing Professional Learning Opportunities:

The office of Curriculum and Instruction provides many professional learning opportunities throughout the year. On this page, you will find:

For all synchronous (learning together at the same time), in-person and virtual math professional opportunities, visit the synchronous learning opportunities page.

Database of Presentation Slides, Recorded Webinars, and Online Learning Modules

Below is a database with the latest asynchronous, ongoing math professional learning opportunities, including presentation slides, recorded webinars, and online learning modules. Please be patient as the database loads. 

Email any questions to Christine Koerner.


Information about OSDE Online Learning Modules

OSDE uses the OKEdge, an online learning platform that provides educators with online learning modules relevant to their needs. Click on the link below to access the OKEdge website and sign up for a free account. 

  • OKEdge Online Learning Platform-- Sign up for a FREE account today! After signing up, log in, click "+Add" and search for a module meeting your needs. Math online learning module suggestions include:

    • Mathematics: Common Formative Assessments (earn 1 PD hour)
    • Mathematics: PLC Common Assessment Discussion, Common Assessment Implementation, and Analysis (earn 4 PD hours)

Virtual Professional Learning Communities

Click on the links below to join a virtual Professional Learning Community!




All Grade Levels






WordPress Blog




State and National Mathematics Organizations

Click on the links below to learn more about state and national mathematics organizations.



Information about the Elementary Mathematics Specialist Certification

OEMS is a program that allows elementary and early childhood teachers to earn their elementary mathematics specialist certification in grades PK-5.

Program prerequisites

(1) have valid teacher certification in Elementary Education and/or Early Childhood Education; (2) have two years of full-time teaching experience in grades Pre-Kindergarten through Grade 5 at an accredited school under a valid state issued teacher credential.  

In order to obtain certification in Oklahoma as an Elementary Mathematics Specialist, you must fulfill the following requirements:

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Last updated on August 14, 2020