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  • 01 Oct 2014 1:12 PM | Matthew Treamer (Administrator)

    Fall 2014 Dine & Discuss
    The Standards for Mathematical Practice
    Wednesday, October 29th from 4:30 P.M. until 7:45 P.M.

    at the Holiday Inn, 172 N. Main Street, in Concord, NH

    Learn More                                                   Register

  • 01 Oct 2014 11:56 AM | Matthew Treamer (Administrator)

    NHTM President Cecile Carlton sent the following letter to administrators and mathematics teachers in New Hampshire regarding our new membership policy. You are encouraged to share this information with your colleagues:

    Working together NHTM can make a difference by continuously and consciously focusing on improving mathematics instruction in New Hampshire.

    As you prepare for the upcoming school year I am excited to inform you about the New Hampshire Teachers of Mathematics (NHTM) membership opportunities. At our May 2014 Executive Board Meeting, a motion made by then President Greg Superchi was passed that offers first year teachers and teachers new to teaching mathematics in New Hampshire a free one-year membership in our state professional organization.

    The resolution as passed reads:

    Available beginning the 2014-15 school year, NHTM will offer free one-year NHTM memberships to undergraduate students, preservice teachers, first year teachers, PreK-6 teachers who have not held a NHTM (or NHJEM) membership previously, and experienced teachers in their first year of teaching within New Hampshire. The free one-year membership will also make the member eligible to receive the “reduced rate” at the NHTM Dine & Discuss and Spring Conference (which typically is set just high enough to cover meals) for that membership year.

    Proof of eligibility for the membership will need to be forwarded to the mem- bership chair, via email or paper mail, by the applicant, before exercising any membership benefits.

    Do pass this information on to the teachers in your school and district. Read more about resources, membership, and professional development opportunities for your teachers by visiting our website: http://www.nhmathteachers.org/, completing the online membership application, or downloading and sending it to our Membership Chair, Gretchen Scruton via e-mail at gretchen.scruton@gmail.com or mailing via USPS to Gretchen care of 44 Greenough Road, Plaistow NH 03865.

    The mission of the New Hampshire Teachers of Mathematics is to provide vision and leadership in improving the teaching and learning of mathematics so that each student is ensured quality mathematics education and each teacher of mathematics is ensured the opportunity to grow professionally.

  • 25 Aug 2014 3:16 PM | Matthew Treamer (Administrator)
    I'm pleased to share the August 2014 Mathesis  with you.  Highlights of this issue include a new membership initiative, addressing the concerns regarding CCSSM, and ideas for your classroom.  News, columns, and pictures for consideration in the November issue are due November 1.  You don't have to be a board member to contribute!

     I hope your new school year is wonderful for you and wonder-filled for your students! 

    Teresa D. Magnus, Ph.D.
  • 05 Jun 2014 12:53 PM | Matthew Treamer (Administrator)
    Interested in attending, assisting or helping create NHTM Social Events?  Click here to learn more.
  • 30 May 2014 12:26 PM | Matthew Treamer (Administrator)
    The May 2014 Mathesis has been published.  Download or read it here.
  • 09 Feb 2014 7:00 PM | Matthew Treamer (Administrator)
    The February Mathesis has been published.  Read or download it here
  • 28 Jan 2014 3:16 AM | Matthew Treamer (Administrator)

    Calling all Elementary School Teachers!nhtmhome

    Have you wanted to join state educator organizations but didn’t know which ones to join, and found that it was too expensive to join all of them? 
 The state educator organizations of the four core discipline groups have come together to offer elementary teachers a special combined rate of $50.00 to join all four of the following state organizations; NHTM, NHCTE, NHCSS and NHSTA.

     



    • New Hampshire Teachers of Mathematics (NHTM) www.nhmathteachers.org/ (Membership in NHTM does not include membership in ATMNE)
    • New Hampshire Council of Teachers of English (NHCTE) www.nhcte.org/
    • New Hampshire Council for the Social Studies (NHCSS) www.nhcss.org/
    • New Hampshire Science Teachers Association (NHSTA) www.nhsta.net/ (who are acting as the agent for all four organizations)

     

    This will also act as a renewal to 3 groups if you are already a member of one (except for NHTM). The benefits of a New Hampshire Joint Elementary Membership (NHJEM) are:

    1. Newsletters from all four organizations, full of news, events, resources, activities, and classroom ideas;
    2. The opportunity to become involved with the organizations by serving on committees or the Boards of Directors;
    3. Access to high-quality, content-rich professional development opportunities;
    4. Connection with hundreds of other elementary as well as middle and high school teachers across the state; and
    5. Member rates to selected workshops, conferences, and other activities for all four state organizations. (Please see the organization websites for details.)

     Open the JEM Application Form Here

    Please note - you are joining the 4 New Hampshire STATE level organizations (not the national ones!!) Feel free to make suggestions, offer your expertise, or get answers to your questions. Send inquiries to Greg Superchi (NHTM President). Please reference JEM on the subject line!


     

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