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of mathematics students from kindergarten and beyond
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FREE Math Professional Learning:

KCTM is hosting and facilitating recorded NCTM webinars.

Professional Learning Webinar Series 

Stay Tuned In to hear when the next Professional Learning session will be held.

It is so fun to engage in discussions with other Kentucky educators.

We look forward to learning with you. 

A certificate of participation will be available for those who attend this session. Professional learning credit is dependent upon district policy and approval.

If you have questions or want to get involved with KCTM,

please contact

Tim Truitt or Dee Crescitelli 


  KCTM,

here for you

to listen,

to provide support,

to make a difference!!

#TeamKentuckyMath @KCTMky


  KCTM will facilitate more NCTM webinars to support Kentucky teachers of mathematics!!

KCTM LISTENSKCTM's Commitment to Kentucky Teachers of Mathematics:

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?

  • What's available in Instructional technology - free and easy to use?

In the early morning hours of October 10th,

the Kentucky Math Community lost

a dear, precious leader, mentor and friend.

Our hearts and prayers go out to the family of Ann Bartosh.

Ann was a leader throughout Kentucky and the nation. She will be missed for many things: lifelong learner, champion for mathematics education, equity, high expectations and opportunities for all, her smile, her laugh and her keen sense of humor.

She had the ability to find joy and beauty in mathematics and in life. 

Ann will be dearly missed and never forgotten.  

If you would like to send condolences to Ann's family, please email Robin Hill r2hill10@gmail.com or Gloria Beswick grbeswick@aol.com.

Donations can be made in memory of Ann to the Xavier High School Foundation,

PO Box 10956, Cedar Rapids, IA, 52410.

No other details are known at this time.

Clark Legacy Center in Frankfort is in charge of the wake arrangements.

Online condolences can be left at www.clarklegacycenter.com.


Kentucky Department of Education (KDE): 

Access Kentucky Academic Standards and More

Check out Kentucky Teacher and Consider writing an article. 

NCTM & NCSM:

    Please take time to read the Joint Statement from NCTM and NCSM, Moving Forward: Mathematics Learning in the Era of COVID-19

    NCTM: membership has its privileges -- Get your membership and get started today.

    https://www.nctm.org/membership/

    https://www.nctm.org/online-learning/


    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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