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

KCTM Conference - 2014

Kentucky Council of Teachers of Mathematics
October 18, 2014
George Rogers Clark High School, Winchester, KY
Growing Mathematicians Through the Practices

Join the Kentucky Council of Teachers of Mathematics in "Growing Mathematicians Through the Practices" on October 18, 2014.  Our focus will be the Eight Mathematical Practices of the CCSS, and sessions will be designed to support the network of teachers and teacher leaders in Kentucky.  The deadline for speaker proposals has been extended to September 7, 2014, and early registration is open until October 4, 2014.

 

2014 Teacher Support Grants - Call for Applications

Applications are now being accepted for Teacher Support Grants of up to $1,000 per grant.  Application procedures and the appropriate forms are available here.

 

2012 Presidential Award of Excellence in Mathematics and Science Teaching

Suzanne Farmer of Toliver Elementary School, Danville, KY

Ms. Farmer is a trained, knowledgeable, and experienced mathematics intervention teacher (MIT).  She works as an MIT at Toliver Elementary School through a partnership grant between KDE and the Kentucky Center for Mathematics.  Ms. Farmer facilitates professional learning in her district and at state conferences.  Before becoming a trained MIT, Ms. Farmer taught preschool, kindergarten, and special education.  She is Nationally Board Certified as an Early Childhood Generalist.  As part of the award, she will receive $10,000 and a trip to Washington, DC, to meet President Barack Obama.  Congratulations, Ms. Suzanne Farmer!

 

Newsletter - April 2014

Read the latest edition of our newsletter here.

 

Empowering K-8 Mathematics Teachers to Maximize Student Learning

Mayerson Academy is offering its research-based professional learning program, MAXUM, to mathematics educators in Kentucky.  MAXUM provides teachers with deep knowledge and understanding of mathematics content as well as expertise in an inquiry-based pedagogical approach that is true to Kentucky's Core Academic Standards.  Taking the MAXUM program can also help educators earn an Elementary Mathematics Specialist endorsement or a graduate degree.

Mayerson Academy offers MAXUM courses at its state-of-the-art facility in Cincinnati or will conduct courses at any school or district with at least 20 enrolled teachers.

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