Events



Upcoming events

    • 01 Oct 2019
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    • 01 Jul 2020
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    NH Seacoast Math PLC Book Discussion:

    It's not too late to join our book discussion via blog on "Visible Learning for Mathematics: What Works Best to Optimize Student Learning"!  We are reading and commenting on chapter 1 from now until November 1st.  Here's the link to the blog.


    • 01 Mar 2020
    • (EST)
    • 30 Jun 2020
    • (EDT)
    • Manchester School of Technology

    For four sections of geometry, the students will be focusing mainly on quadrilaterals, right triangle trigonometry and area/volume formulas.


    For once section of algebra, the students will be working on graphing inequalities and systems of equations/inequalities. 

    The algebra class is FAR ahead and will have a very easy end of the year.


    Contact  Asst Principal Timothy Otis at the Manchester School of Technology 603-624-6490 ext 4139

    • 22 Mar 2020
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    • 01 Jun 2020
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    NCSM honors Iris Carl, NCSM Past President, Glenn Gilbert Awardee, and International Leader, through the NCSM Iris Carl Travel Grant. This grant gives support to mathematics educators and future leaders in mathematics education to attend an NCSM Annual Conference, thus supporting the NCSM vision of a cadre of well trained, broadly informed and perceptive leaders of mathematics education at all levels. NCSM cares greatly about young members and wants them to become the very best leaders they can be.


    A grant of a maximum of $1200 will be awarded to the recipient. The Iris Carl Grant may be used for transportation, lodging (maximum of three nights), and meals (excluding those covered by conference registration) as necessary for conference attendance. The grant also includes a waiver for registration for the NCSM Annual Conference. Those receiving grants will be required to submit a report of their conference experience and a completed funds reimbursement form. The NCSM Awards Chair will provide forms and instructions directly to grant recipients. Grantees will be notified by August 1, 2020.


    • 13 Apr 2020
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    • 31 Oct 2020
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    Next Week in 100 Days of Professional Learning

     

    NCTM's 100 Days of Professional Learning is underway with free, live 60-minute webinars by selected speakers from the NCTM Centennial Annual Meeting & Exposition program that was to take place in Chicago.

     

    Webinars take place on 100 selected days leading up to the October's NCTM 2020 Annual Meeting & Exposition in St. Louis. Speakers and topics are geared to meet all grade bands and interests. Upcoming weeks will typically follow this schedule: Elementary on Monday, Middle School on Tuesday, High School on Wednesday, and General Interest on Thursday. Scroll down for next week's lineup.

     

    Webinars are recorded and made available at nctm.org/100.

     

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    Free, Live Webinars Next Week

    Learn more and register for these and other webinars in April and May at nctm.org/100

    Division by Zero: The Math, the Myth, and the Legend (Grades 3-5) | April 13 at 7:00 p.m. EDT | Speaker: Joann Barnett

    It's Not Always Simple to Make a Problem Simpler: Seeking Connections That Aren't Apparent (Grades 6-8) |  April 14 at 7:00 p.m. EDT | Speaker: William Speer

    Recommendations for Statistics in the Secondary Curriculum: Implications for Teachers (Grades 10-12) | April 15 at 7:00 p.m. EDT | Speaker: Gail Burrill and Chris Franklin

    Your Mathematics Heart and Soul: Living the Quadrant II Life! (General Interest) | April 16 at 7:00 p.m. EDT | Speaker: Timothy Kanold

     

     Bookmark nctm.org/100 and visit that page often to stay up-to-date as additional free, live webinars are announced and to access free recordings of completed webinars 

     

    Please forward this message to other mathematics educators who might be interested in these webinars and our other free resources. Thank you!

     

    #NCTM100


    • 11 Jun 2020
    • 3:00 PM - 5:00 PM (EDT)
    • Virtual


    Join us on June 11, 2020  for an interactive Webinar with Dr. Jo Boaler, Nominelli-Olivier Professor of Education, Stanford and co founder of YouCubed 

    This 3-5pm interdisciplinary session is designed to advance data science understanding with science & mathematics teachers.

    Join us to be part of the conversation and leave with ways to inspire all your students in understanding our world!


    Our world is filled with data and a new, important goal for our teaching is to help students become data literate, learning to make sense of data in their lives and separate fact from fiction. Mathematics and science teachers can teach with a data perspective, integrating ideas from data science into their teaching. The aim of a data science approach is not to add new standards or content to your teaching, it is about interacting with your content in a data science way – that is fun, interesting and creative


    To register click here!

    $55/person or Teams of 3 or more through a school or district PO would be $50/person.  School-based teams will receive priority. For any questions about registering teams through Purchase Orders, please call or email: Barbara Hopkins 603-834-3527 or  BAHopkins.Education@gmail.com


    Anne K. Wallace

    Education Consultant-Mathematics

    PAEMST State Coordinator

    NH Department of Education

    101 Pleasant Street, Concord, NH 03301


    [1588079242341]


Past events

02 May 2020 NCSM Virtual Workshop
16 Apr 2020 2020 Annual Business Meeting
30 Mar 2020 2020 NCSM Virtual Conference
28 Mar 2020 STEM Educators Summit
17 Mar 2020 2020 Spring Conference
17 Mar 2020 Vendor Registration - NHTM Spring Conference
14 Mar 2020 RIMTA Spring Conference
13 Feb 2020 Math Specialist Anticipated Opening
30 Jan 2020 ATMNE Elections
01 Jan 2020 PAEMST
26 Sep 2019 NCTM Regional Boston
15 Aug 2019 Workshop - Best Pratices: #Mathwithtech
30 Jun 2019 The Third New3 Math Conference
25 Jun 2019 Community Connection Series: Universal Design for Learning
03 Jun 2019 Regional Meeting - Mathematical Discourse
20 May 2019 UNH Masters of Science for Teachers Program
13 May 2019 Concepts in Calculus
02 May 2019 Workshop - Basic Math in Numbers, Words, and Pictures
01 Apr 2019 NHTM 2019 Scholarships
25 Mar 2019 2019 NHTM Spring Dinner Meeting featuring Dr. Nicki Newton
07 Mar 2019 Computational Strategies: from Whole Numbers to Fractions
06 Feb 2019 Workshop: Word Problems with Percent
06 Feb 2019 David M. Kent NHTM Mathematics Major, Mathematics Education Major, and Elementary Education Scholarship
01 Jan 2019 UMF Certificate in Math Leadership Program
01 Jan 2019 Fernand J. Prevost Mathematics Teaching Award
28 Nov 2018 NH Impact Center workshop
02 Nov 2018 Call for Proposals for NCTM Boston 2019 Fall Conference
24 Oct 2018 Questions that Promote Understanding Fractions
19 Oct 2018 Moving Mountains with Mathematics
16 Oct 2018 2018 Fall Dine and Discuss
07 Apr 2018 Annual Spring Math and Science Conference
02 Nov 2017 ATMNE 2017
16 Oct 2017 Math With Technology in Early Education
10 Oct 2017 Dine and Discuss Fall 2017
25 Jul 2017 Lesley University 5th Annual Summer Math Institute
09 Jul 2017 New Cubed Conference
16 Mar 2017 NHTM Spring Dinner Meeting: Featuring Guest Speaker Greg Tang
20 Oct 2016 ATMNE 2016 Fall Conference
18 Mar 2016 NHTM 2016 Annual Spring Conference
25 Mar 2015 NHTM Spring Dinner Meeting
17 Mar 2015 43rd Annual NHTM State Mathematics Contest
29 Oct 2014 New Hampshire Teachers of Mathematics: Dine and Discuss
21 Sep 2014 NHTM Social Luncheon Cruise
                                                                                                                                          

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