The International Society of Female Professionals Recognizes Shannon McCartney


Shannon McCartney is an international educational consultant, author, and producer. She offers over 15 years of teaching experience and is well known for her practical information and enthusiastic style. Shannon works with hundreds of teachers each year within her M³: Molding Math Mindsets professional development & Coaching Series, which embeds numeracy concepts within 21st century teaching and reasoning in mathematics.

Shannon is the creator of the Math Mights, a set of characters that represent math strategies to help students learn to solve problems more than one way, the My Counting Buddy math manipulative, the subitizing superhero Dotson and his Deck o’ Dots, and she has authored many other classroom and curriculum resources to help teachers mold math mindsets in the classroom.

Most recently, Shannon has brought the Math Mights to life as a television series on PBS in conjunction with the Michigan Learning Channel. She has written and produced 200 episodes of The Math Mights Show, as well as countless video tutorials for math games and math strategies available exclusively for M³ Members!

A graduate of Oakland University in Rochester Hill, Michigan, she earned her M.A., Reading Specialist, 2002. She earned her B.A. Special Education K-12 Learning Disabilities & Elementary Education, 1999 Certifications from Michigan State University, and holds a Michigan Professional Education Certificate, Elementary K-5 All Subject (K-8 Self CC), Learning Disabilities (SM) K-12, and Reading Specialist (BR) K-12.

Her dedication and hard work have not gone unnoticed, as she was the Merit Award winner for the Independent Producer Award, Michigan Association of Broadcasters.

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International Society of Female Professionals Member, Shannon McCartney, can be found on the Association Directory, where she is looking forward to networking with you.