• 03/21/2018 10:11 AM | Anonymous

    ITEEA's specially designed professional development webinar series focuses on Technology and Engineering Education best practices for leading Integrative STEM Education (I-STEM Education) in your school.

    Makey Makey STEM Education Kit to 

    Teach Invention Literacy, Making, Design Thinking

    April 10, 2018 at 4:00 pm EST

    Presenter: Tom Heck

    This webinar series is FREE to ITEEA members. The fee for non-members is $45.


    Invented by two graduate students at MIT Media Lab just five years ago, the Makey Makey is now used by K12 educators in all 50 states and around the world to teach art, engineering, and everything in between. In this webinar led by a former Technology Education classroom teacher, you’ll learn what the Makey Makey is and why it’s such a powerfully versatile tool to teach Design Thinking, Making, and Invention Literacy for beginners and experts alike.

    Watch the original video used during the Kickstarter campaign. It’s been viewed over 7 million times!

    MaKey MaKey - An Invention Kit for Everyone

    PRESENTER: Tom Heck is the VP for Education Initiatives at Makey Makey. In this role Tom travels throughout the US leading workshops and building strategic partnerships with STEM education Professional Development providers. His efforts have resulted in a nationwide network of Makey Makey training "hubs" that provide PD for K12 educators.


    Tom is an award winning presenter and educator. He's spoken on the TED stage and has been a keynote presenter at many education events. Prior to his work at Makey Makey, Tom worked at Purdue University in the engineering department where he led a team that was charged with growing an award winning K12 program that taught students about Human Centered Design through Service Learning.


    Tom is a graduate of Virginia Tech and is a former teacher of Technology Education. He’s also worked as a juvenile corrections officer and Senior Director with the YMCA. Tom has authored several books and multiple articles and he’s invented and successfully licensed over 10 products. Tom lives in Asheville NC with his wife and two children.


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  • 03/21/2018 10:09 AM | Anonymous

    TEALS ( is a program supported by Microsoft Philanthropies that brings in trained industry volunteers to co-teach with your classroom teacher with varied levels of support depending on your teacher’s content level expertise. TEALS is in 350 schools across 29 states + DC this year and continues to grow.
    TEALS 2018-19 school year School Application is open for CT schools only, so please visit to learn more and apply. If you have any questions, you can contact Andrea Russo, a TEALS regional manager at directly.

    Check out the flyer here. 

  • 03/20/2018 9:51 AM | Anonymous

    Presented by the NCTM and Texas Instruments Partnership Series.
    Establish Mathematics Goals to Focus Learning, and Elicit and Use Evidence of Student Thinking 
    March 28 | 6 – 7:30 p.m. Central time

    Learn more and register »
    You are invited to participate in the first of a four-part webinar series sponsored by Texas Instruments on the NCTM “Principles to Actions” Mathematics Teaching Practices. 

    Effective teaching of mathematics uses evidence of student thinking to assess progress toward mathematical understanding, and to adjust instruction continually in ways that support and extend learning. 

    This 90-minute webinar will explore:
    • Communicating with clarity to ensure that learners are focused on high-quality mathematical goals
    • Using tasks that provide opportunities for learners to notice, note, wonder and take action as agents of their own learning
    Jennifer Wilson 
    Retired Teacher and Curriculum Specialist
    Black Mountain, North Carolina
    Jill Gough
    Director of Teaching and Learning
    Trinity School
    Atlanta, Georgia 
    Register now »
  • 03/20/2018 7:47 AM | Anonymous

    Save the Date: The Connecticut Council of Leaders of Mathematics 2018 Spring dinner will be held on the evening of Thursday May 3 from 4:30-8:00 at the Baci Grill in Cromwell (more details will be included in the flyer out soon).


    The Focus Topic for this event will be assessment and will feature a presentation by CSDE Chief Performance Officer Ajit Gopalakrishnan (see article-from Hartford Courant). He will address the topic: “How to make CT assessments work for your school or district.” 

    You will also participate in a group discussion by level served (ES, MS, HS, Central Office) on focus questions related to assessment. A fabulous buffet dinner will be provided to all attendees.


    So put this event on your calendar – it should be a great evening!

  • 03/20/2018 7:45 AM | Anonymous

    Quinnipiac University is hosting its annual High School Programming Competition on Saturday, April 14, 2018Attached you will find an announcement and registration form.  Up to three teams from each high school are welcomed.

    The registration deadline is Saturday, March 31, 2018.

  • 02/28/2018 5:18 PM | Anonymous
    Explore relevant topics in math, science and STEM education >>
    3.14: Pi Day Math Activities 
    March 6 | 7 p.m. Central time
    Learn more and register »
    Get pi-related activities for celebrating Pi Day in your middle grades or high school math classroom. 

    This webinar will focus on calculating pi by using:
    • Geometry pages for middle grades and high school 
    • Data points to fill lists and spreadsheets 
    • Basic programing on both TI-84 Plus CE and TI-Nspire™ handheld devices
    Participants will receive a Certificate of Attendance, which may qualify for school- or district-level professional development credit.
    Tammy Casey
    T³™ National Instructor
    Lake Placid, New York
    Robyn Poulsen
    T³™ National Instructor
    Lake Placid, New York
    Register now »
  • 02/28/2018 5:17 PM | Anonymous

    Make Your Plans for the Premier Math Event of the Year

    It's that time of year again — the NCTM 2018 Annual Meeting & Exposition is happening in Washington, D.C., April 25–28! This will be another great opportunity to sharpen your skills with the latest teaching practices, trends, and research while reconnecting with your colleagues from all over the country.

    Like last year, attendees will come together with the same goal in mind — to provide the best education experience possible for each and every student.

    Featured Sessions

    Preconference Workshops

    Register Now

    Past Participants describe NCTM Annual Meeting

    "I love math because it makes sense of the world and it's a language that helps me understand it in a different way."

    – Jodi Mills, Keller Independent School District

    Get 25% off the newest release in the NCTM store! 
    Annual Meeting attendees have the opportunity to pre-order NCTM's new book Catalyzing Change in High School Mathematics. Learn to identify and address some of the challenges to making high school mathematics and statistics work for each and every student. Register now and be among the first to pick up your reserved copy at the Annual Meeting.

    Save Big

  • 02/22/2018 10:10 AM | Anonymous


    Check out all the unique professional development

    opportunities coming to Atlanta in 2018!

    Click to see workshop descriptions/pricing.


    All attendees will receive the 80th Anniversary Conference Commemorative Poster. The poster is 18”X24” and features technological innovations and significant professional milestones over the last 80 years. 



    The 2018 PRELIMINARY PROGRAM and all conference information can be found here -


    COMPLIMENTARY ADMINISTRATOR REGISTRATION FORM - Administrators may use this form to receive a sponsored, free registration to ITEEA's 80th Anniversary Conference. Free to first 50 registrants!

    INVITE YOUR ADMINISTRATOR - Use this letter to invite your administrator to ITEEA's 80th Anniversary Conference at NO REGISTRATION COST. 

    PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT SUPPORT LETTER - Give this letter to your administrator to gain support to attend ITEEA’s 80th Anniversary Conference.


  • 02/05/2018 3:40 PM | Anonymous offers free, high-quality professional development workshops from experienced computer science facilitators for elementary school teachers.  The workshop specifically focuses on Fundamentals course.  

    There is usually one workshop each month offered in Connecticut.  The next one is scheduled for February 10, 2018.  For more information or to register, use the links below.

    General Link:

    Link for Feb10 workshop:

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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