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  • 10/30/2017 1:14 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    There are two upcoming CS Fundamental workshops being offered in Connecticut.  These are open to any K-5 Educator.  To register:

    November:  https://studio.code.org/pd/workshops/3157/enroll
    December:  https://studio.code.org/pd/workshops/3084/enroll


    Samsung Solve for Tomorrow Contest - chance to win money for technologyWe know that as teachers, you have a lot of responsibilities to cram into one day. That’s why the first step of the Samsung Solve for Tomorrow Contest is short and simple: in a just few sentences, tell us how your students could use STEAM skills to address a problem that affects your local community. You can share your ideas here.

    From those initial project ideas, 5 schools from Connecticut will be named state finalists and receive a Samsung Chromebook. At that time, the finalist teachers will submit a more comprehensive lesson plan outlining the project, but right now, we just want to hear your ideas. Whether it's environmental, health, safety, equality, poverty or something else entirely – we want to know what issue matters to your students and how they can have a positive impact through STEAM.

    If you’re a 6th-12th grade teacher, enter the contest now at www.samsung.com/solve.

    But act soon – the deadline to submit is Thursday, November 9. We look forward to hearing your STEAM ideas!

  • 10/11/2017 11:11 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)
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    STEM of the Living Dead: Scary Activities to Spook Your Students
    Oct. 17 | 7 p.m. Central time
    Free webinars for building student understanding through TI technology.
    Start here »
     
     

    The TI-Nspire™ activity that launched STEM Behind Hollywood and spread through classrooms like a virus has jumped species and is now available for the TI-84 Plus CE graphing calculator. STEM of the Living Dead provides students with an inside look at the math and science real-life epidemiologists use to track and curb the spread of diseases through a population. This session will focus on:
    • Exploring geometric progressions, interpreting data and making predictions
    • Understanding the function of various parts of the human brain
    • Investigating and discussing factors dealing with immunity and vaccines
    Presenters will demonstrate the lesson using both TI-Nspire™ and TI-84 Plus CE technology.

    Webinar participants will receive a Certificate of Attendance, which may qualify for school or district professional development credit.

    Win registration for two to the 2018 T³™ International Conference
    Attend this webinar for a chance to win complimentary registration for two to the 2018 T³™ International ConferenceMarch 2–4, 2018, in San Antonio, Texas. (See rules.)
    Learn more and register »
    Presenters:
    Jeff Lukens
    T³™ National Instructor
    Sioux Falls, South Dakota
    Betty Gasque
    T³™ National Instructor
    Charleston, South Carolina
  • 10/09/2017 10:07 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)
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    October 11 | 10:00 a.m. ET
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    We have developed this series of free webinars in order to help you make math learning as pain-free, fun, and effective as possible. Based on the latest research, these sessions will provide interventions and insight on a multitude of factors that influence how a child learns. Registration is free, so sign up for as many as you'd like!

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    Upcoming webinars:

    Dyscalculia Overview
    November 14 | 3:00 p.m. ET

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  • 10/06/2017 11:49 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Affiliate Leaders

    October 2017

    Update on Advocacy Efforts 
    Our Affiliate Leaders Conference theme in Baltimore wasIntent to Impact: Addressing Access, Equity, and Advocacy in Your Affiliate. How are your advocacy efforts coming along? Would you like to share your progress with other Affiliates? Email affiliates@nctm.org, and let us know!

    We will have our first follow-up webinar on Tuesday, November 7, 7:00–8:00 p.m.

     Eastern Time. All Affiliates are welcome to attend, you do not need to have attended the Affiliate Leaders Conference in Baltimore. We will discuss how to design an advocacy plan for your Affiliate and how to overcome some obstacles that may occur along the way. Email affiliates@nctm.org to register for the webinar.

    Get On Your MARC Webinar 
    Did you miss our Membership and Affiliate Relations Committee (MARC) informational webinar? See the Get On Your MARC webinar video recording.

    Starting a Student Affiliate Webinar? 
    Do you work with preservice math teachers in a university or college? Please consider sponsoring a Student Affiliate. Student Affiliates are formally organized to support preservice math teachers with NCTM's membership and affiliate benefits. Preservice teachers receive a complimentary NCTM student e-membership for being a member of their Student Affiliate. Contact your MARC regional representative for details, or join us on October 10, 2017, at 7:00 Eastern Time for an informational webinar on how to start and maintain a student affiliate. Email affiliates@nctm.org to register for the webinar. The registration deadline is Friday, October 6. We look forward to seeing you on the webinar.

    Fall Regional Conferences 
    Registration is now open for NCTM's premier fall events:  2017 Regional Conferences and the Innov8 Conference.

    Innov8 will be held November 15–17, 2017, in Las Vegas, Nevada. The theme of this year's Innov8 Conference isBreaking Barriers: Actionable Approaches to Reach Each and Every Learner in Mathematics." Go to the NCTM website for a video and details.

    The NCTM 2017 Regional Conference theme is Mathematics Education Meets Excellence. Regional Conferences will be held in the following cities:

    October 18–20, 2017                      Orlando, Florida 
    November 29–December 1, 2017   Chicago, Illinois

    Click the city to visit the NCTM Regional Conference pages for complete information on programs, housing, and registration.

    Activities with Rigor and Coherence (ARCs) 
    As you launch into the new school year, consider NCTM's free, high-quality tasks to use with your students. Activities with Rigor and Coherence (ARCs) scaffold effective teaching and support you in enacting the eight Mathematics Teaching Practices articulated in Principles to Actions as well as the instructional guidance set forth in 5 Practices for Orchestrating Mathematics Discussions. ARCs are available for major math concepts ranging from grades K–12. Check them out today!

    Call for Nominations: NCTM Lifetime Achievement Award 
    Know an NCTM member who has exhibited a lifetime of achievement in mathematics education at the national level? Consider nominating an exceptional colleague who is a member and who has contributed significantly to math education through leadership, teaching, and service. Supported by MET, the Lifetime Achievement Award will be presented at the NCTM Annual Meeting & Exposition in Washington, DC. Submit a nomination packet postmarked by November 3.

    Future Annual Meeting Dates
    Location 
    Washington, D.C.           
    San  Diego, California 
    Centennial Conference 
    Chicago, Illinois 
    St. Louis, Missouri

    Date 
    April 25–28, 2018 
    April 3–6, 2019 
    April 1–4, 2020

     

    October 21–24, 2020

    We are just a few years away from NCTM's transition to a fall Annual Meeting & Exposition. Note that April 2020 is the transition year, and NCTM will have a special Centennial Conference in lieu of the Annual Meeting & Exposition. The meeting will resume in October 2020 in St. Louis. Mark your calendar now and plan to attend one or more of these great meetings!


    Affiliate Editors and Webmasters

    Follow or engage in Twitter Chat with NCTM Journals during the month of October 2017 
    Teaching Children Mathematics (TCM) 
    Twitter Handle: @TCM_at_NCTM 
    Chat Hashtags: #TCMchat 
    Article Title: Trying Three-Act Tasks with Primary Students 
    Authors: Kendra Lomax, Kristin Alfonzo, Sarah Dietz, Ellen Kleyman, and Elham Kazemi 
    Dates and Time: 2nd Wednesday of the month at 9:00 PM ET

    Mathematics Teaching in the Middle School (MTMS) 
    Twitter Handle: @MTMS_at_NCTM 
    Chat Hashtag: #MTMSchat 
    Article Title: Working with Noise in Bivariate Data 
    Author(s): Randall E. Groth, Matthew Jones, and Mary Knaub 
    Date and Time: 3rd Wednesday of the month at 9:00 PM ET

    Mathematics Teacher (MT) 
    Twitter Handle: @MT_at_NCTM 
    Chat Hashtag: #MTchat 
    Articles Title: A Student Asks about (–5)! 
    Author(s): E. Paul Goldenberg and Cynthia J. Carter 
    Date and Time: 4th Wednesday of the month at 9:00 PM ET

    2017 NCTM Regional Conferences
    Innov8
    2018 NCTM Annual Meeting
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    CALENDAR

     

    Regional Conferences 
    2017 
    Orlando · Oct. 18–20 
    Chicago · Nov. 29–Dec. 1

    2018

    Kansas City · Nov. 25–28 Seattle · Nov. 28 –30

     

    2017 Innov8 Conference 
    Las Vegas · Nov. 15–17 
     

    Annual Meetings 
    2018 
    Washington, D.C. · April 25–28

    2019 
    San Diego · April 3–6

    2020 
    (Centennial Conference)
    St. Louis · April 21 –24

    2021 
    Atlanta · Sept. 22–25 
     

    2018 Innov8 Conference 
    Hartford, CT · Oct. 4 –6


  • 10/06/2017 11:39 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)
    Join us in beautiful Portland, Oregon for the 12th annual Sound Grading Conference November 30-December 1, 2017. View Online
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    Registration Now Open

    Join us in beautiful Portland, Oregon for the

    12th Annual 
    Sound Grading Practices Conference

    November 30 - December 1, 2017

    Register Now

     

    Grades are only as accurate as the assessments upon which they are built. This conference is designed to provide both classroom teachers and school/district leaders with a deeper understanding of the issues involved in sound grading practices, as well as practical strategies and alternatives, in order to change how students are graded. 

    Here's a peek at what you can look forward to learning this year!

    • Turning assessment information into accurate, defensible report card grades
    • Gaining a deeper understanding of the issues involved in sound grading
    • Tracking and communicating assessment results for both summative and formative purposes
    • Ensuring that grades provide accurate reflections of achievement

    Hear from educators who attended past ATI Summer Conferences and see what they took away from the experience.


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  • 09/28/2017 10:47 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)
    NCTM

    NCTM 2018 Annual Meeting & Exposition registration now open 

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    Early-bird registration is now open for the NCTM 2018 Annual Meeting & ExpositionApril 25–28in Washington, D.C. You have attended in the past, but next year's conference boasts new content, new speakers, and both new and past attendees. 
    Save Big

    You rely on NCTM as your guide year-round on pressing classroom needs with publications and tools for success. Join the best mathematical minds and the most dedicated educators and participate in the premier math education event of the year.

     

    Hear from fellow past attendees why they love the NCTM Annual Meeting:

    "Being here has really allowed us to collaborate with other math teachers and get a lot of ideas, new ideas we can implement back in our district."


    —Kendra Doyle, Secondary Math Assistant Director, North East IndependentSchool District

    "It's really great to hear from all the math rock stars, what they're putting into practice, and what the big ideas are that they have." 


    —Kristie Flannery, Math Specialist, Northwest Local School District

     

     

    "I think for new teachers, the NCTM Conference is a must."


    —Vickie Borch, Curriculum Consultant, Heartland Area Education Agency

     

     

     

     

     

    Discover more reasons to register for the 2018 Annual Meeting. Watch the video.

    Assessment

    Assessment, one of the 2018 Annual Meeting topics, focuses on purposeful planning and instruction. Outlined in the NCTM publication Mathematics Formative Assessment Volume 2, are 50 all-new formative assessment classroom techniques (FACTS) that are embedded throughout a cycle of instruction. This publication does not present a one-size fits all approach, but helps you build a bridge between your students' initial ideas and correct mathematical thinking. 

     

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    Formative assessment "describes all those processes by which teachers and learners use information about student achievement to make adjustments to the students' learning. It's using information to adapt your teaching and adapt the work of the students to put the learning back on track, to make sure the learning is proceeding in the right direction." 


    —Dylan Wiliam, Emeritus Professor of Educational Assessment at University College London

    Make your plans to attend again early, and be excited to again share experiences and gain insights with thousands of peers.
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    Hotel Reservation 
    Take advantage of discounted room rates and book your hotel room through NCTM's housing partner Wyndham Jade before March 31 and you'll be entered to win a free night. Learn more and reserve.
  • 09/11/2017 11:24 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Good morning math educators---

    There are some upcoming opportunities that may be of interest to you.

    1.  On September 27, 2017 CSDE is sponsoring a Math Science Partnership Showcase.  This showcase is intended to highlight the projects that have been
    funded with this grant in Connecticut. It will take place at the Holiday Inn in East Hartford from 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. For more information and to register check out the flyer at http://ctcorestandards.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/09/MSP_Showcase.pdf.

    2.  Registration for the annual ATOMIC Conference is now open.  The conference will take place at the Radisson in Cromwell, CT on December 4th from 7:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.  Register today at http://atomicmath.wildapricot.org/event-2477420/Registration.

    3.  Global Math Week is October 10 - 17th.  Similar to National Coding Week, the Global Math Project is a collaboration among math professionals from around the world.  Teachers guides and more are already available for Global Math Week!!! Check out the explanatory video (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OyaeeVLdBi0) about the Global Math Project.  Taking part in this global phenomenon is easy!  Already tens of thousands of teachers and students, from over 77 countries, have signed up for Global Math Week.   Check out the brochure (https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B2GS0sNq5vkTUXMzd1BBekNyS00/view) as well.  The Global Math Project is hosted by the American Institute of Mathematics.

  • 08/03/2017 11:41 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)
    Register Now for the NCTM Event Near You!

    Save Big. Register Early!

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    Access the latest knowledge and guidance from leading experts in math education and learn the best strategies to help your students succeed. All this and more at NCTM's fall events!

    NCTM Regional Conferences & Expositions

    ORLANDO | October 18–20

    CHICAGO | November 29–December 1

    NCTM Regional Conference - Orlando
    NCTM Regional Conference - Chicago

    Early-bird registration ends 

    September 22

    Early-bird registration ends 

    November 3

    Learn to unleash the mathematical minds of each and every student when you join us at a Regional Conference this Fall. After attending, you'll implement innovative strategies in your classroom to empower your students to take charge of their education.

    Preconference Workshops

    Engage in in-depth learning and get a jump start to your networking at a preconference workshop. Workshop registration is open to all registered conference attendees and requires a separate fee. Registration includes lunch. Preregistration is required.

    Orlando | October 18

     

    Implementing the Eight Effective Mathematics Teaching Practices in Your Classroom  

    • Gain a deeper understanding of what the eight effective mathematics teaching practices are, how they can be implemented in the classroom, and what can be gained from making them a part of one's daily teaching practice. 
    Register

    Chicago | November 29

     

    Workshop 1: Games to Develop Number Sense, Problem Solving, and Fluency 

    • Learn ways to develop students' fluency, use of problem-solving strategies, and number sense. You will walk away with ideas that involve students in "doing mathematics" and ready-to-use games!

    Workshop 2: Informing YOUR Mathematics Teaching & Learning Everyday

    • Do you really know what your students are thinking when doing mathematics? How can you find out? What will you do next? This preconference workshop addresses teachers' challenges and questions in using formative assessment to guide planning and teaching, and monitor student progress in mathematics.
    Register

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    Innov8 Conference

    NCTM Innov8 Conference

    November 15–17 | Las Vegas | Early-bird registration ends October 12

    Get support identifying, analyzing, and planning for instruction and intervention around actionable approaches to reach each and every learner in mathematics.

     

    What You'll Get:

    ·    A deeper understanding of student agency, identity, social justice, culture, and language within the math classroom.  
    ·    Methods to identify and overcome obstacles to ensure that each and every student has access to high-quality mathematics instruction. 
    ·    Tips on how to reflect on assumptions and deficit thinking about educational systems, students, and communities

    Hotel 

    Reserve your room early for NCTM's headquarters hotel, Rio All-Suite Las Vegas Hotel, to secure your preferred room at the best possible rate.

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    Book your hotel reservation for the Rio All-Suite Las Vegas Hotel through NCTM's discounted hotel block and be entered to win a FREE night!

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  • 08/03/2017 11:38 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Dear STEM Educator,

    Here is the latest issue of STEM Connections, which is packed with the most current news from ITEEA, its members, and the field of STEM Education. STEM Connections was developed specifically for STEM professionals who believe in the importance of Integrative STEM Education - and that Technology and Engineering Bring STEM to Life! Check out STEM Connections by clicking on the link below.

    STEM CONNECTIONS - AUGUST, 2017

    California University of Pennsylvania offers educators the chance to complete a Master of Education in Technology Education. Cal U offers the MEd 100% online to be flexible to each student’s schedule. Asynchronous classes allow students to access courses any time, any place they have an Internet connection. Contact Cal U today at calugo@calu.edu or toll free at 866-595-6348 for more information. 

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