MCTM

Minnesota Council of Teachers of Mathematics

An affiliate of the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics.
The MCTM is an organization of professionals dedicated to promoting the teaching and learning of meaningful mathematics for all students by supporting educators in their efforts to improve mathematics instruction.

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It's not too late to join us! 

All sessions are archived and materials are available until March 2022

This year's Keynote Speakers:

  • Author, Tracy Zager #BecomingMath
  • NCTM's President, Trena Wilkerson

Featured speakers:

  • Geoffrey Krall, author of Necessary Conditions
  • Raj Shah, founder of Math Plus
  • Linda Levi, author and Director of the CGI Math Teacher Learning Center, Linda will be leading the Cognitively Guided Instruction strand for the conference.
  • Kristopher Childs, Teaching for Social Justice
  • Christopher Danielson, local author and creator of Math-On-A-Stick
  • Jim Brickwedde, Project for Elementary Mathematics 
  • Minnesota's very own Terry Wyberg and Christy Pettis!

SCHEDULE:

 Friday, April 16th Saturday, April 17th
Live Keynote at 6pm: Tracy Zager, author of Becoming the Math Teacher You Wish You'd Had

Pre-recorded sessions available for your viewing: Session Descriptions

Interact with other attendees on the online platform with a social hour to start at 5pm.

Live Keynote to end our day at 4:15pm: Trena Wilkerson, NCTM's President

LIVE Session Descriptions and Schedule!

Pre-recorded sessions available all day - Session Descriptions

Interact with other attendees on the online platform.


Are you interested in presenting?  Apply Here

Financial Assistance available through MCTM Foundation. 




Speaker Highlight: Dr. Kristopher Childs Session Title: Teaching Mathematics for Social Justice; Description: This session will provide you with the opportunity to make sense of students' current mathematic experience, experience a reimagined mathematics experience focused on social justice, and learn the key components to recreate this experience in your educational environment.




Keeping it Real: Equity Discussion

  • October 20, 2020
  • 6:00 AM - 7:00 AM
  • Zoom

Let's continue the conversation around social justice and our classrooms. Join the ongoing discussion with math teachers from around the state. We would like to come together virtually to share what's going on in our classrooms and get ideas to make our classrooms places where ALL students have a voice and have opportunities to experience and understand meaningful mathematics

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