• 02/11/2019 9:37 AM | Anonymous

    The high school model curriculum is no longer available on Moodle.  This curriculum has been moved to a One Drive Account.  All of resources for the curriculum can be accessed through this link:

    For access to the secured materials, please email Jennifer Michalek at

  • 02/07/2019 10:11 AM | Anonymous
    March Core Advocate Webinar: High School Mathematics: The Reveal of the Extended Coherence Map

    Join us for our March Core Advocate webinar, "High School Mathematics: The Reveal of the Extended Coherence Map." In this webinar, you’ll be one of the first to dive into the extension of the Map through high school. We will address the decisions that were made regarding course structures, plus standards, and standards/standard parts. And you will learn why mapping the conceptual category of Modeling for high school may be one of the most intriguing aspects of the revised map. We cannot wait to share the addition to one of our most popular resources! Join us on Wednesday, March 6 at 7:00 p.m. ET!
    Register for the March Core Advocate Webinar!

    Registration Link

  • 02/07/2019 10:09 AM | Anonymous

    Supporting Students' Productive Struggle (Grades 6-12) 
    One-Day Workshop


    Crowne Plaza Crystal City-Washington, D.C. 
    Conveniently located near Reagan National Airport 
    March 29, 2019

    Join us for this one-day workshop and take an initial dive into exploring productive struggle. Designed to begin the exploration of productive struggle through the lens of mathematics, the workshop supports the learning of teachers, coaches, and school- and district-based administrators. Though connected, each session addresses specific questions regarding the story of productive struggle in a mathematics classroom.


    These questions will be addressed throughout the workshop:

    • What is productive struggle?
    • Why is productive struggle important to students' mathematics learning?
    • How do we support productive struggle for each and every student?


    Key Ideas:

    • Institute content is based on the upcoming publication: Taking Action: Implementing Effective Mathematics Teaching Practices
    • There will be connections to Principles to Actions and the Effective Teaching Practices


    Facilitator: George Roy, University of South Carolina


    Special room rate available at Crowne Plaza Crystal City-Washington, D.C. for workshop attendees if you reserve your room by March 11.

    Space is limited – register today to secure your spot

  • 02/06/2019 12:41 PM | Anonymous
    Enhance your teaching with a hands-on learning experience
    Enhance your pedagogy, deepen your content knowledge and strengthen your mastery of Texas Instruments (TI) technology at a Teachers Teaching with Technology™ (T³™) professional development summer workshop.

    Choose from over 30 workshops offered across the country and online. Topics include:
    • Strategies for ACT® test success
    • Coding with TI graphing calculators and TI‑Innovator™ technology
    • Essential technology skills
    • Teaching strategies
    • And more
    Take advantage of team discounts and special pricing on TI technology by registering now for a summer workshop near you.

    Participation may qualify for school or district Continuing Education Units.
    Learn more and register »
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  • 01/04/2019 9:39 AM | Anonymous

    You're invited!

    "Need an idea for engaging your students in math practice? Try out the Arcademics Cup multiplication contest. No cost, fun prizes! Starts Feb 7. Registration info here:"

    This could be a good fit with your math teachers group because it:
    - engages students in math practice for quick improvement
    - uses classroom technology in a fun way
    - enables teachers to analyze performance data
    - no cost to participate and fun prizes (like pizza parties) to win

    David Scherrer
    President, Arcademics
    Phone: 913-543-1711
    Twitter: @Arcademics
    Facebook: /Arcademics is the leader in online multiplayer edu-gaming, with 2M daily game plays and 50M daily problems answered. Students play while learning and teachers analyze student data trends.

  • 01/03/2019 11:01 AM | Anonymous

    The Park City Math Institute Teacher Leadership Program is accepting applications until January 15, 2019.

    An intensive, three-week residential program, the PCMI/TLP provides participating middle and high school math teachers with the unique opportunity to engage in a deep dive into their own professional development, alongside parallel communities from across the larger umbrella of mathematics profession. In addition to doing math, reflecting on practice, and developing capacity as a teacher leader, both formal and informal interactions connect teachers to research mathematicians, mathematics university faculty, undergraduate & graduate students, and thought leaders addressing equity in mathematics education at the post-secondary level.

    In order to be eligible, applicants to the TLP must be in the classroom at least 50% of the time and returning to the classroom in the fall of 2019. If selected, there is a registration fee of $750 which is offset by a $500 honorarium and $205 meal allowance. In addition, travel, housing, opening reception, closing dinner and M-F breakfast & lunch are included along with all programatic aspects of the institute. There are a limited number of scholarships available based on financial need. This summer's institute will take place from June 30th to July 20th. 
    Applications are due January 15th and can be accessed here:

  • 12/21/2018 9:40 AM | Anonymous

    3M TWIST

    Teachers Working in Science and Technology

    The 3M TWIST program allows middle and high school math, science, and technology teachers to spend six weeks during the summer working closely with a 3M host on an actual 3M research project. The objective is to provide active and challenging technical experiences for teachers in an industrial setting. TWIST is based on the idea that the way to learn science is to do science – an axiom that applies as much to teachers as it does to their students.

    This program is offered in partnership with the Minnesota High Technology Foundation.

    • TWIST participant and 3M scientist in lab

      How it works

      3M selects about 40 teachers for the program each year. The TWIST program currently brings in teachers to work at our 3M R&D facility in St. Paul MN and in our manufacturing plants in Minnesota, Wisconsin, Texas, North Carolina and Connecticut. During the six weeks of the project, the teachers work under the supervision of their hosts on a research project related to a 3M product or technology.

      After this portion of the program, the teachers are encouraged to participate in follow-up sessions with their school districts to discuss how to best use their new knowledge and share it with their colleagues.

      Download the brochure to learn more about 3M TWIST (PDF)

      3M TWIST is now accepting application until January 21, 2019 for the Minnesota TWIST program. Please click here to register.

      3M TWIST is now accepting application until February 28, 2019 for the non-MN TWIST program. Please click here to register.

  • 12/10/2018 2:01 PM | Anonymous

    Differentiating Learning Through Interactive Math Notebooks

    Interactive notebooks help students to organize and synthesize information with creative, interactive, and easily personalized activities. In this workshop participants will discuss the difficulties they face with note-taking strategies and how an Interactive Notebook could be used to help hold students more accountable for their learning.

    Date: 12/17/2018 

    Time: 9:00AM – 12:00PM 

    Location: 111 Charter Oak Ave Hartford, CT 06106 

    Cost: $60.00 

  • 12/09/2018 5:34 PM | Anonymous

    Flipping for the Interactive Classroom

    Speakers: Audrey Cucci, JoAnn Miltenberg

    Technology Proficiency Level: All

    This session will focus on educational technology that motivates and encourages students to exceed their own expectations in the classroom. Come see how you can use the TI technology to motivate your students. See how you can used the flipped classroom model to encourage student participation. View online video platforms that hold students accountable. Inspire your students to be the teacher. Inspire them to push further than they thought they could.


    Classroom Strategies for Calculus End-of-Course Exam Success, Part 1

    Speakers: Vicki Carter, Fan Disher

    Technology Proficiency Level: All

    Are your students familiar with the calculator functionality needed for AP® exam questions? During this webinar, the presenters will focus on sound mathematical reasoning and the appropriate use of technology for some released AP® Calculus questions. 

    The presenters will examine technology skills students will be expected to use, including:
    • Limits – Using tables and graphs
    • Derivatives – Derivative at a Point
    • Derivatives – Examining the graph of the first or second derivative
    • Derivatives – Motion along a line and (BC) Parametric Equations
    The presenters will utilize both TI-84 Plus CE and TI‑Nspire™ graphing calculators during the webinar. 


  • 11/26/2018 11:28 AM | Anonymous

    Dear MoMath enthusiast,

    MoMath is pleased to announce the inaugural public presentation from its 2018-19 Distinguished Chair for the Public Dissemination of Mathematics, Fields Medalist Manjul Bhargava.

    Don’t miss this chance to hear from one of the brightest minds in mathematics on Tuesday, November 27 at “Patterns in Nature: how they inspired my mathematical journey.”  Bhargava's story, from growing up on suburban Long Island, to attending some of the top academic institutions in the world, to winning the most coveted award in all of mathematics, will delight and entertain you while also conveying the amazing beauty of mathematics in the world around us.

    Learn more and register at

    National Museum of Mathematics

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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