• 12/22/2015 7:41 AM | Anonymous

    Don’t miss the inaugural meeting of Volumes, an exciting and stimulating book club for lovers of math, science, and literature.  Join us at 6:00 pm on Thursday, January 21, to talk about The Housekeeper and the Professor: A Novel, by Yoko Ogawa.  Learn some math along with the characters in the book and find out how numbers can bridge a seemingly hopeless divide and become a tool for communication in this exquisitely written tale. 

    MoMath is delighted to announce that Volumes will be moderated by Alice Peters, a mathematician who has been involved in publishing for many years. Alice is the co-founder of A K Peters, Ltd., a publishing company dedicated to making science accessible, both on the research as well as the popular-science level.

    Copies of the book are available at Additions, the shop at MoMath, online at, or from your favorite bookseller. 

    Bring your own food or purchase a meal when you register at

    National Museum of Mathematics

  • 12/11/2015 7:43 AM | Anonymous

    Dear MoMath friends,

    Join a giant and unique group performance spectacle!  Stand with your fellow math enthusiasts to “highlight” the Winter Solstice in a way only MoMath could dream up — Solstice Stars!  Together, we’ll create a spectacular display — a glowing human heptagram, or seven-pointed star — that wonderfully integrates geometry, light, and the environment around us.  Plus, watch the entire event unfold from above, thanks to a webcam mounted atop the Flatiron building that will transmit images directly to your phone in real time.  Come light up the night skies of Manhattan with us! 

    After the event, we'll cap off the evening with warm treats courtesy of DAVIDsTEA.  And you can help others have a warm holiday experience by bringing a can of food to donate to the Flatiron/23rd Street Partnership's food drive.

    Come dressed to the sevens in your starriest attire!

    Tuesday, December 22, 6:30 pm
    Flatiron North Plaza (23rd St. between Broadway and Fifth Ave.)

    Please note: only the first 340 registrants are guaranteed a role as Light Bearer, so don't wait to register!

    Learn more and register at

  • 12/08/2015 9:14 AM | Anonymous

    Connecticut Core Mathematics Users Conference

    The Connecticut State Department of Education (CSDE) is offering this conference to support teachers in the implementation of the model curriculum for Geometry and Algebra 2.

    Intended Audience: High School teachers using the state model curricula and math curriculum coordinators.

    Time & Location: Saturday, December 12, 2015 from 8:30am – 12:30pm. Central Connecticut State University, New Britain, CT

    Workshop session topics will include:

    • Connecticut Core Geometry Introduction
    • Connecticut Core Algebra 2 Introduction
    • Writing Proofs in Geometry (bring samples of student work)
    • Performance Tasks in Geometry (bring samples of student work)
    • Using Geogebra to Teach Transformations
    • Advanced Features of Geogebra (for current users)
    • Using TI-84 calculators in Algebra 3
    • Using Desmos in Algebra 2
    • Writing in Mathematics and Establishing Rubrics

    FREE Registration: →

    Please see the flyer for more information →

  • 12/07/2015 9:43 AM | Anonymous

    Amherst Central School District Saves Money and Improves Collaboration With Google for Education

    In this webinar, you'll hear from Amherst Central School District about how they leveraged Google Apps and Chromebooks to save money, increase productivity and collaboration, and extend learning beyond school hours.

    Get a peek at Amherst's decision making process, learn about the obstacles and challenges they overcame, and hear about the success they experienced with their implementation of Google Apps for Education and Chromebooks.

    Participants will:

    • Get an overview of the Google for Education solution which includes Chromebooks, tablets with Google Play for Education, and Google Apps for Education
    • Learn how this solution can be used to improve student learning, collaboration, and engagement
    • Hear first-hand experience from a district using Chromebooks in the classroom to support their curriculum focus
    • Be able to pose their questions to Amherst Central School District and Google


    Donna Frymire, district technology integration specialist, Amherst Central School District, Amherst, N.Y.

    Anthony Panella, assistant superintendent of curriculum and instruction, Amherst Central School District, Amherst, N.Y.

    This webinar will be moderated by Stephen Fang, regional manager, Google for Education

    Tuesday, Dec. 15, 2015, 2 to 3 p.m. ET

    Can't attend? All Education Week webinars are archived and accessible "on demand" for up to four months after the original live-streaming date.

  • 12/07/2015 7:40 AM | Anonymous

    For the following week, across over 150 countries, millions of people will try out computer programming for the first time as part of Computer Science Education Week. Anyone can learn to code, including you!

    Start your Hour of Code 

    What is the Hour of Code?
    The Hour of Code is an hour-long introduction to computer programming that’s both fun and free. At Khan Academy, we’ve crafted several tutorials that require no prior experience. Try one or try them all and earn badges for each tutorial you complete!


    Hour of Drawing with Code: Learn to program drawings using JavaScript, one of the world's most popular programming languages, via two great options:

    • Typing: keyboard-based coding (ages 10+).
    • Drag-and-drop: block-based coding for those with less typing experience or on iPads/tablets (ages 8+).

    Hour of Webpages: Learn to make your own webpages using the basics of HTML and CSS (ages 10+).

    Hour of Databases: Learn the fundamentals of databases using SQL to create tables and query the data (ages 12+).

    We’ve created these tutorials to show you how fun coding and building things can be. Now you’ll be part of creating technology, not just using it. Ready to start your Hour of Code

    Founder of Khan Academy and lover of code

  • 11/04/2015 5:42 PM | Anonymous



    Funding Available for You


    Did you know as part of your NCTM membership you can apply for Mathematics Education Trust (MET) grants, scholarships, and awards to help you in your career in mathematics education? 

    MET provides funds to support classroom teachers in the areas of improving classroom practices and increasing teachers' mathematical knowledge. MET also recognizes outstanding contributions to the field of mathematics and provides grant funding for NCTM Affiliates to initiate professional activities or programs.


    We encourage you to apply for a grant or scholarship that will advance your career and help you increase your effectiveness as an educator. Funding ranges from $1,200 to $24,000 and is available to help math teachers, prospective teachers, and other math educators improve the teaching and learning of mathematics.


    Regional Conferences


    Are you attending one of the Regional Conference and Expositions in Minneapolis or Nashville this month? Be sure to stop by the MET Station in NCTM Central to learn about this opportunity only available to members.  


    Apply by November 6


    METwinners.jpg Browse all grants and awards—but hurry! The deadline for many opportunities is this Friday, November 6.



    • Emerging Teacher-Leaders in Elementary School Mathematics Grants
    • Mathematics Course Work Scholarships for Grades Pre-K-5 Teachers
    • Teacher Professional Development Grants
    • Pre-K-6 Classroom Research Grants
    • Improving Students' Understanding of Geometry Grants
    • Using Music to Teach Mathematics
    • Future Leader Initial NCTM Annual Meeting Attendance Awards


    • Mathematics Graduate Course Work Scholarships for Grades 6-8 Teachers
    • Engaging Students in Learning Mathematics Grant
    • Equity in Mathematics Grants
    • Mathematics Study Grants
    • Teacher Professional Development Grants
    • 7-12 Classroom Research Grants
    • Improving Students' Understanding of Geometry Grants
    • Future Leader Initial NCTM Annual Meeting Attendance Awards


    • Mathematics Graduate Course Work Scholarships for Grades 9–12 Teachers
    • Connecting Mathematics to Other Subject Areas Grants
    • Teacher Professional Development Grants
    • 7-12 Classroom Research Grants
    • Future Leader Initital NCTM Annual Meeting Attendance Awards


    • Prospective Teacher NCTM Annual Conference Attendance Award
    • Lifetime Achievement Award
  • 11/02/2015 12:27 PM | Anonymous

    Deciphering Ratios with TI-Nspire™ Technology: Are They Fractions? 
    November 3, 7:00 p.m. CST
    Presenters: Michelle Rinehart, Jennifer Wilson

    Register now > 

    Have you ever stopped to think about whether fractions and ratios are the same? The answer might surprise you. 

    Designed for middle grades teachers using TI-Nspire™ technology, this webinar will introduce you to learning sequences within Building Concepts in Mathematics, an innovative program developed by TI in collaboration with thought leaders in mathematics education. 

    You’ll learn how to use Building Concepts’ interactive lessons and questioning strategies, focusing on: 

    • Connecting ratios and proportional relationships within and across grades six, seven and eight
    • Leveraging TI-Nspire™ technology to enhance visualization in support of learning and developing concepts
    • Implementing effective teaching practices to support developing concepts

    You will receive a certificate of attendance, which may be eligible for professional development credit, after the webinar. 

    You could win registration to the 2016 T³™ International Conference! Attend the live webinar, and you will be entered to win registration for two to the 2016 T³™ International Conference, taking place February 26-28, 2016 in Orlando, Florida. (See rules.) 

    Register now >

  • 10/20/2015 11:40 AM | Anonymous

    The 2016 Rosenthal Prize for Innovation in Math Teaching

    Designed to recognize and promote hands-on math teaching in upper elementary and middle school classrooms, the Rosenthal Prize carries a cash award of $25,000 for the single best activity, plus up to five additional monetary awards for other innovative activities.  The winning teacher(s) will have the opportunity to share their innovative activities with educators across the country.  Click here to learn more.

    - See more at:

  • 10/20/2015 9:37 AM | Anonymous


    Introducing AP Computer Science Principles

    Launching in fall 2016, AP Computer Science Principles introduces students to the foundational concepts of computer science and challenges them to explore how computing and technology can impact the world. In this webinar, participants will learn why and how this new course was developed, how it differs from and complements the existing AP Computer Science A course, and the ways it attracts and engages traditionally underrepresented students with essential computing tools and multidisciplinary opportunities. Participants will leave with an understanding of what it takes to bring AP Computer Science Principles to their schools, how to identify teachers for the course, and the support available for curriculum implementation, professional development, and student recruitment.


    Gregg Fleisher, chief academic officer, National Math and Science Initiatives

    This webinar will be moderated by Lien Diaz, senior director, AP Computer Science, The College Board

    Register now for this free live webinar.

  • 10/19/2015 1:05 PM | Anonymous

    “Just-in-Time” Activities for Your TI-84 Plus Classroom
    October 20, 7:00 p.m. CST
    Presenters: Ruth Casey, Stuart Moskowitz
    Register now > 

    You’re invited to take a guided tour of 84 Activity Central, an online resource of standards-aligned lessons using TI-84 Plus technology to support mathematics instruction. 

    You’ll learn how to find and use free lessons that fit the scope and sequence of your middle grades or high school mathematics curriculum to: 

    • Engage students in graphing and analyzing functions, equations and data
    • Enable them to visualize important mathematics concepts to deepen understanding
    • Help them to make meaningful connections across multiple representations

    You could win registration to the 2016 T³™ International Conference! Attend the live webinar, and you will be entered to win registration for two to the 2016 T³™ International Conference, taking place February 26-28, 2016 in Orlando, Florida. (See rules.) 

    Register now >

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.

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