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Caty Romero is an early childhood and elementary school mathematics curriculum, instruction, and assessment instructional leader passionate about learning and teaching mathematics through the lens of inquiry, modeling, reasoning and communicating. Caty is currently the Director of Teaching and Learning at MYIS International School in Bangkok, where she has been essential in the development, implementation, and transformation of the math curriculum.

Caty serves as contracted mathematics consultant at several international schools in the South East Asia region, in Africa, Latin and South America. In addition, she has facilitated workshops for international school teachers and leaders at various AASSA, NESA, EARCOS, SENIA, Learning2 and ACAMIS regional conferences.  Caty coordinated and co-facilitated the Office of Overseas Schools sponsored Asia Regional Math Summit on Developing High-Quality Assessments in partnership with Erma Anderson. Caty has co-facilitated the Mathematics Specialists in International Schools (MSIS) certification institute focused on K-12 Geometry and Measurement with Steve Leinwand; and is part of the AERO Math Think Tank Team at Project AERO supported by the U.S. State Department Office of Overseas Schools.

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Using a Student Centered Approach to Teaching & Learning

“Shifting the focus of the class from the teacher’s presentation, to students’ discussion of their thinking, can yield powerful results in terms of depth of learning, lasting learning, and student attitudes.” 

-Cathy L. Seeley

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The role of MAP test in a Balanced Approach to Mathematics

May 26, 2023 When reflecting on MAP scores, it is important to understand that a balanced approach to teaching and learning mathematics is about solving authentic problems, making sense of the situations, and drawing conclusions – this trio allows students to transfer what they have learned to new situations.   Teaching students to transfer information to new situations…

Teaching and Learning Through Problem Solving

Teaching and learning mathematics today looks very different than the way it was 20 or even 10 years ago. In the past, teachers used the “I Do-You Do” approach to teaching, where basically they showed students how to solve a problem, making sure to follow specific steps and rules, and students were expected to copy…

Developing Number Sense in the Early Years

In most movies and TV shows with teenage characters, we see them talk about how hard math class is, or how they are failing math. It is also common to hear them say “I’m not good at math” or “I’m not a math person.” Most scenes show the math teacher writing crazy formulas on the…


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  1. It’s so nice meeting and learning from you Ms. Caty. I will continue to learn and enjoy teaching Math because of everything I learned from our seminar workshop. Thank you very much. God bless you.

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