The Math Forum

T3 International Conference
Chicago, Illinois
March 2-4, 2012

Friend us on Facebook  Read and comment on our Blog  Follow us on Twitter

276: Using Technology to Assess Mathematical Understanding (Without Getting Lost in the Technology)
11:15 - 12:45, Saturday, March 3
Craig Russell, University of Illinois Laboratory High School, Urbana, IL
Co-Presenter: Max Ray

315: Crime Scene Investigation: Exploring Similarity the Common Core Way, with the TI-NspireTM Family of Handhelds
1:00 - 2:00, Saturday, March 3
Max Ray, the Math Forum @ Drexel, Philadelphia, PA
Co-Presenter: Craig Russell

Booth Handouts
Download PDF versions of all of the handouts we had available in our booth
including our TI-PoW Teacher Packets!


Suzanne Alejandre, Max Ray and Craig Russell will staff the Math Forum's Booth 16 in the Exhibit Hall:




Friday, March 2, 2012
10:00 am - 5:30 pm

Saturday, March 3, 2012
9:00 am - 5:00 pm

For almost 20 years, the Math Forum has been at the forefront of math education, tackling the challenges of teachers, schools and school districts head on. We are the world's leading online mathematics education community, and our mission is clear: To help teachers teach and help students learn.

We look forward to talking with you about:

Teachers appreciate our courses, orientation sessions and online support because we focus on what they want: math content that works with their students. Our six-week courses are offered on an ongoing basis through the year, and through them you can earn Continuing Education Units (CEUs).
Technology Problem of the Week Logo
Technology Problems of the Week (tPoWs) are freely available problem-solving challenges modeled on our Problems of the Week that take advantage of interactive mathematics tools. Come talk to us about our TI-PoWs that use the TI-Nspire as the tool!
pow logo
Problems of the Week (PoWs) are inventive, engaging challenges designed to get your students thinking, talking, and doing mathematics. Each Current PoW (and many problems in the Problems Library) comes with supplemental materials, including:
      Teacher Packets including CCSS alignments
      Problem Solving and Communication Activity Series
      A guide to related online resources
This site is a community space - our main goals are to connect students and teachers around the world, to showcase the results of the collaboration, and to archive the work to show what we've discovered together.
Our Math Tools project is a community digital library to assist teachers and students in finding, using, and fostering the development of software for the effective teaching of mathematics. Texas Instruments Apps and other TI resources are cataloged in the library here:
      All Content on Texas Instruments
Doctor Math Doctor Math
Want to take Dr. Math with you? John Wiley & Sons, Inc. has published a series of four books based on the Math Forum's popular online math resource, Ask Dr. Math®. They are available for purchase at

[Privacy Policy] [Terms of Use]

Home || The Math Library || Quick Reference || Search || Help 

© 1994- The Math Forum at NCTM. All rights reserved.