KENTUCKY COUNCIL OF TEACHERS OF MATHEMATICS
...providing support and professional development for teachers
of mathematics students from kindergarten and beyond

JOIN OR RENEW NCTM MEMBERSHIP & SUPPORT KCTM!

From now until January 31, 2020 KCTM has the opportunity to receive $5 each time our members join or renew National Council of Teachers of Mathematics membership.

Win-Win  

Go to www.nctm.org to renew or join and use the code KTCTMLC20.

The code must be entered at time of checkout (online or via phone). 

Contact NCTM Member Services at 800-235-7566, Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. ET, or by email at nctm@nctm.org.

And act now to take advantage of 

Black Friday Savings at the

Lowest Rates Offered!

Receive $20 off when you renew your Premium Membership.

Benefits:

  • Our new peer-reviewed monthly journal, Mathematics Teacher: Learning and Teaching PK–12 (MTLT), launching in January 2020
  • Access to classroom resources such as Illuminations and Problems of the Week
  • The ability to collaborate and share information with other mathematics educators in our vibrant online discussion community, MyNCTM 
  • A 30 percent discount in NCTM's online store
  • A 30 percent discount on Annual Meeting registration
  • Exclusive access to the journal titles Journal for Research in Mathematics Education and Mathematics Teacher Educator
  • A FREE e-book once per year upon renewal

To take advantage of this offer, renew online and enter the code "BLACKFRIDAY" during checkout. Act now, as this offer is good through November 30 only.


Your Input is Needed:

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:

  • 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?


KAMTE

Calling all to join Kentucky Association of Mathematics Teacher Educators (KAMTE) 

 For information or questions, please contact Cheryll Crowe Johnson (cheryll.johnson@asbury.edu).



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