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Topic: How to Make Math Count
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Fennessy, Joanne

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How to Make Math Count
Posted: Dec 1, 2017 9:58 AM
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Good morning!

NCMTA and NCAMS are still accepting registration for the 2018 How To Make Math Count Conference on January 11, 2018. This is a great professional development opportunity for K-8 teachers. It is the only local conference dedicated to the improvement of mathematics education for this group of educators. The program (attached) offers workshops from math educators from along the eastern seaboard. 5.5 CTLE Hours will be awarded to all participants.

This year we are thrilled to have leading Canadian mathematics educator Dr. Marian Small delivering the keynote address, entitled "What Should Math Instruction Look Like in 2018?" In addition to being a classroom teacher and professor for over 30 years, Dr. Small was a Dean of Education at the University of New Brunswick. She is actively involved in the development of curriculum and text materials and has authored over 100 publications including professional resources for teachers.

The cost is $50, (full-time students or student teachers, $30), which includes a continental breakfast, lunch, and access to our many vendors. Online payment is available for credit cards, PayPal, or purchase order numbers from your district. To complete online registration, please visit the link at www.ncmta.net<http://www.ncmta.net>.

Please join us and share this information with your colleagues!

Hope to see you there!
Joanne Fennessy
NCAMS Corresponding Secretary




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