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of mathematics students from kindergarten and beyond

Announcments and Information from the KCTM Board:

What topics or sessions would bring you to the KCTM Conference on September 7th in Elizabethtown? The KCTM Board wants to make sure that those sessions are ready for you. Let us know your top three topics or ideas for sessions, and we'll make sure those are incorporated into the conference program. Please complete this short survey (less than 5 minutes) by July 15, 2019.

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KCTM is committed to providing professional learning opportunities related to mathematics materials, instructional practices/strategies, assessment, and research in a timely manner for mathematics teachers across the state. KCTM can work with member teachers to tailor professional learning opportunities in terms of content, setting, and time. Please complete this google form to indicate what topics you would like to see addressed, and you will be contacted to discuss how KCTM can address the topic.

What might these questions (or others from you) mean for professional learning opportunities:

  • What’s new in the Kentucky Academic Standards for Mathematics?
  • How will the new Mathematics Standards affect classrooms? 
  • What is the coherence between the new Mathematics Standards and the proposed Financial Literacy Standards?     
  • What does The Opportunity Myth say about mathematics assignments?
  • What is the 4-step investigative process for statistical reasoning - state, formulate, solve conclude? GAISE Report 
  • What is the mathematical modeling process? GAIMME Report
  • What mathematical content do students need to be college ready?

Thank you to our 2018
Keynote Speaker, Graham Fletcher & Sponsors


2019 KCTM Conference

September 7, 2019

EC3 Campus

Elizabethtown KY



The Kentucky Association of Mathematics Teacher Educators (KAMTE) will host an undergraduate/graduate poster session at the KCTM Annual Meeting on Saturday, September 7th. University faculty in math and math education should consider students who have worked on research or interesting projects and have them submit a poster proposal via email to Bethany Noblitt, KAMTE President ( Proposals should include the first & last name of speaker, title of poster, and abstract (no more than 150 words).

Proposals will be accepted until August 23rd, and presenters will be notified by August 30th.  For additional information or questions, please contact Cheryll Crowe Johnson (

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