Steve Miller is in his 40th year in education and third year as the mathematics content consultant for the Summit Educational Service Center. In that role, he provides K-12 mathematics professional development, curriculum writing support, and assistance in selecting mathematics resources across northeast Ohio.
Steve spent 35 years in the Akron Public Schools, which included teaching at three levels as well as district level technology and coaching positions. He served 12 years as Akronâ€™s learning specialist for mathematics. In addition to the trainings conducted for the Akron Public Schools, he has also presented at local (GAMES), state (Ohio Council of Teachers of Mathematics), and national (National Council of Teachers of Mathematics) conferences. He also served as a fellow in the University of Pittsburghâ€™s Institute for Learning.
Steve is one of the authors of National Council of Teachers of Mathematics' new series Taking Action: Implementing Effective Mathematics Teaching Practices.
He facilitated Common Core State Standards for Mathematics training for the Ohio Department of Education (ODE) and has developed, coordinated, and facilitated statewide trainings. Steve served as president of the Ohio Council of Teachers of Mathematics, a facilitator for Ohio Mathematics Coaching Program, and on statewide committees. He currently is a member of the ODE's Network of Regional Leaders for mathematics.
Steve has been actively involved with the following organizations: Ohio Council of Teachers of Mathematics (a past-president), Ohio Mathematics Educational Leadership Council (served as board member), Greater Akron Mathematics Educator's Society (a past-president), National Council of Teachers of Mathematics (writing team for Principals to Actions toolkit), Ohio Resource Center (Mathematics Review Board), Teaching and Learning Collaborative, and Ohio Urban Mathematics Leadership Network. Through these organizations, Steve has presented, facilitated, and served in many leadership roles. This has provided opportunity for him to network with many mathematics leaders in the State.