Welcome

We are the Connecticut affiliate of the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics, and we are here to support students and teachers in our state.


Save the date! The 2014 ATOMIC Annual Meeting & Conference will be held on December 2, in Cromwell. The theme is, "Bringing the Fun Back to the Math Classroom!" We are thrilled to have Patrick Vennebush, educator and author of Math Jokes for Mathy Folks, joining us to deliver a laughter-filled keynote address! The Call for Presenters is open until July 15, 2014 and the Call for Exhibitors is open until November 15, 2014.





The Connecticut State Department of Education has a great website for Connecticut Core Standards (CCSS) resources and training materials. Check out ctcorestandards.org!


Thanks to our presenters, volunteers, vendors, and enthusiastic attendees for a great conference! If you would like to be involved in planning, running, presenting, or exhibiting at next year's conference, please complete this form. And don't forget to complete the survey - your feedback really helps!
Judy Dailey, ATOMIC Board, and Lorrie Quirk, President   


The Connecticut State Department of Education has  released the Algebra 1 Model Curriculum! This  remarkable collection of instructional materials required  many years of research and development, an intensive, 3-year field study involving teachers and students from all over CT, and countless grant-funded and volunteer hours of writing, revising, and compiling. The accompanying assessments will be made available to Connecticut teachers through a district representative. Access to the materials is through a Moodle site; directions can be found here




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Mission Statement
The ATOMIC Mission is to ensure that every Connecticut student receives world-class education in mathematics by providing vision, leadership and support to the K-16 mathematics community and by providing every teacher of mathematics the opportunity to grow professionally.

News from NCTM

 Continuing its tradition  of math education    leadership, NCTM has  released a new  document, defining the  principles and actions  that are essential for a  high-quality math  education for all  students. This new  landmark publication builds on NCTM’s Principles and Standards for School Mathematics and it supports the implementation of the Common Core.







  


















                       

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