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Utah Council of Teachers of Mathematics (UCTM) (9 November 2014)
Annie Fetter and Max Ray each presented at the conference in Layton, UT. They also helped facilitate the Ignite session with speakers: Amy Kinder, Annie Fetter, Diana Suddreth, Dough Corey, Jeff Zivkovic, Jet Warr, Lisa Jasumback, Max Ray, and Tom Morrell.
 
Pennsylvannia Council of Teachers of Mathematics (PCTM) (8 November 2014)
Annie Fetter and Max Ray gave sessions in Capital West throughout the day on Thursday of the conference. Suzanne Alejandre and Stephen Weimar gave sessions in Capital West throughout the day on Friday of the conference. In addition one Math Forum staff was at the Math Forum booth in the Exhibit Hall.
 
2015 Mathematics Game (7 November 2014)
Get a jump start on our annual arithmetic challenge! Gearing up for a nineteenth year, the Math Forum's Year Game puzzle returns this January. We'll be looking for students to write expressions for each of the counting numbers 1 through 100 using
  • the digits in 2015
  • standard operations
  • grouping symbols
Come preview this year's complete rules, worksheet, and manipulatives now. Starting Thursday, 1 January, 2015, students may submit solutions, which we'll start displaying 1 February.
 
Philadelphia Engineering/Math Challenge (29 October 2014)
The first of four scheduled events took place today on Drexel University's campus. View today's event: October 29 Competition: Results, Photos and Files.
 
Ignite! (24 October 2014)
Ignite talks helped celebrate AMTNJ's 100th Anniversary! Each of our featured speakers will show what makes them passionate mathematical educators, as 20 PowerPoint slides auto-advance every 15 seconds ... whether they are ready or not!
    Norma Boakes
    Neil Cooperman
    Phil Daro
    Annie Fetter
    Melissa Jackson
    Bob Lochel
    Max Ray
    Jim Rubillo
    Dianna Sopala
    Patsy Wang-Iverson
New to Ignite's five minute-long format? Check out videos of our breathless, impassioned talks from conferences past:
http://mathforum.org/math_talk_landing_ignite.html
 
Maryland Council of Teachers of Mathematics (MCTM) (17 October 2014)
Suzanne Alejandre and Lynn Palmer gave sessions at the conference. Tracey Perzan and Suzanne talked with participants at the Math Forum booth in the Exhibits area.
 
Math Forum Online PD Courses (26 September 2014)
Our next professional development courses start soon:
PoW Membership: Resources & Strategies for Effective Implementation
      http://mathforum.org/pd/membership/
Learning from Student Work: Make the Most of Your PoW Membership
      http://mathforum.org/pd/studentwork/
Differentiated Math Instruction: Using Rich Problems to Reach All Learners
      http://mathforum.org/pd/rich2/
Nurturing Powerful Problem Solvers
      http://mathforum.org/pd/pps2/
The only technical requirements are a web browser and Internet access.
 
Annie's Experiment (19 September 2014)
Annie's sense-making experiment consists of three math questions from some Grade 3 benchmark tests; and three drawing questions, which start with content similar to that in the math questions, but instead ask students to "draw a picture of the story." Teachers have already shared some great comments on her blog; scroll down her post of Tuesday to join the conversation and freely download the questions.
 
Problems of the Week (22 August 2014)
The Problems of the Week (PoWs) have kicked off for the 2014-2015 academic year! We've recently changed some of the prompts and buttons that greet students as they submit their ideas online. In the words of one of our PoW teachers, this update "relays to students that we're committed to the idea-feedback-revision cycle that can help move student learning forward."
 
EnCoMPASS Summer Institute (9 August 2014)
These pages include agendas, photos, and other details from the second Summer Institute for the EnCoMPASS project held in Philadelphia, PA, August 4-8.
 
Ignite Talks (1 August 2014)
The five minute-long clips of the Ignite speakers from NCSM in New Orleans last April are now available for viewing!
 
Park City Mathematics Institute, Summer 2014 (18 July 2014)
The 2014 Summer Session of the IAS/Park City Mathematics Institute (PCMI) concludes today in Utah. More than sixty teachers from around the US participated in PCMI's three week-long Secondary School Teachers Program (SSTP), which consisted of three strands:
      Math Course: Fractions, tilings, and geometry
      Reflecting on Practice: Productive Discussions
      Working Groups that focused on an activity related to the Common Core State Standards (CCSS) in Mathematics or to related state standards
 

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