K-5 Mathematics Endorsement

  • Due to revisions to align with new GaPSC program standards, the K-5 Mathematics Endorsement will be available beginning summer 2023.  

    The K - 5 Mathematics Endorsement at Metro RESA is a GaPSC approved preparation program that provides approved candidates with the coursework and related field experience required to add the K - 5 Mathematics Endorsement to a current Standard Georgia Professional Certificate. Each of the courses addresses the content, instructional practices, professional responsibility, and teaching aspects of the learner and learning. Candidates demonstrate competencies described in the InTASC Core Teaching Standards in the required course assignments.

    Upon successful completion of the endorsement, candidates may be eligible for a $1,000 per year stipend, for up to 5 years, based on funding approval by the Georgia General Assembly.
    For additional stipend details, review pages 2 and 3 of the GaDOE Math and Science Teachers Supplement FAQ document.   

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  • Overview

  • Purpose

  • Admission Requirements

  • Tuition Costs

  • Course I: Foundations of Teaching Practices and Whole Number Operations (40 hours/4 PLUs)

  • Course II: Numerical and Operational Reasoning (40 hours/4 PLUs)

  • Course III: Algebraic and Statistical Reasoning (40 hours/4 PLUs)

  • Course IV: Measurement, Geometric and Spatial Reasoning (40 hours/4 PLUs)

  • Authentic Residency (Embedded Throughout Endorsement)

  • Resource Requirements

  • For more information, contact the Metro RESA K-5 Mathematics Endorsement Coordinator, Denise Huddlestun.

Meet the Coordinator

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    Denise Huddleston, Metro RESA K5 Mathematics Endorsement Coordinator   

    Denise served as the K – 5 Mathematics Specialist at Metro RESA from 2005 until her retirement the end of May 2022. She enjoys continuing to facilitate and support professional learning while coordinating the K – 5 Mathematics Endorsement. Prior to joining Metro RESA, she worked as a School Improvement Specialist with the GaDOE, worked in the Education Preparation Division of the GaPSC, taught pre-service teachers and supervised student teachers at Georgia Southern University, and taught elementary and middle school students. Denise is the Membership Director for the Georgia Council of Teachers of Mathematics (GCTM) after serving as President from 2018 through 2020.