Erich Zeller

Erich Zeller leverages 15 years of classroom teaching and 10 years as an instructional coach to help others become better, more confident math teachers.

Speaking Topics

  • Student Engagement and Problem Solving
  • Equity and Access in Math Education
  • Classroom Discourse
  • Increasing Teacher Pedagogical Content Knowledge for Math
  • Teaching Fractions Through Problem Solving
  • Creating a School Culture Around Problem Solving
  • School-based Professional Learning
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“Erich was very engaging. He was a true facilitator.”

NYC Department of Education

More from Erich

Read more of what Erich has to say about teaching math.

The New ST Math Features Teachers Need to Know About
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Teachers: Your Students Know More Than You Think
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6 Steps for Visual Problem-based Learning
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Using ST Math for a Class Lesson: 8 Easy Steps
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Everyday Problems + Math = Family Fun
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Full Bio

Erich Zeller is a math educator and Interactive Curriculum Manager with over 15 years of classroom teaching experience. He has designed and conducted teacher workshops around the country focusing on increasing teachers’ mathematics content knowledge and pedagogy. A seasoned instructor and speaker, Erich has presented at NCTM and NCSM Annual Conferences. Erich leads a team of instructional designers creating in-depth professional development that focuses on best practices for developing blended learning environments to teach all students how math really works. As part of MIND Research Institute’s Content Creation Team, Erich focuses on creating interactive classroom content that leverages neuroscience and digital tools to provide all students and teachers access to rigorous mathematics. Erich is a graduate of UCLA with a bachelor’s in philosophy with a focus on epistemology.

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