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Twitter Math Camp

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Twitter Camp“Consider joining some of your inspirational fellow teachers online by blogging or tweeting,” writes John Golden in the latest post of the Mathematics Teaching in the Middle School blog, “Blogarithm:Standards of Mathematical Practice in the Middle Grades.” Read about his “FANTASTIC!!!” experience at Twitter Math Camp, July 23–27, in Jenks, Oklahoma.

The Counterfeit Bill Problem

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TCM Blog - Stack of Bills“I am often asked what the best way is to start the school year” writes Angela T. Barlow in the latest Teaching Children Mathematics blog. “My answer is always, ‘With a problem, of course!’ Not just any problem will do, though, as I want a problem that will spark discussion by eliciting a variety of solutions and/or solution strategies.” Math Tasks to Talk About

Blogs Come to NCTM Journals

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journalblogsNCTM is excited to announce the launch of blogs for each of our school journals: Teaching Children Mathematics, Mathematics Teaching in the Middle School, and Mathematics Teacher. Discover new ideas for the classroom, explore ways to address the Common Core, and learn how math educators are connecting with other teachers. Let's strengthen our community—enter the NCTM blogosphere now!

Referee for NCTM

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Journals_RefereeNCTM journals depend on the volunteer efforts of our members. You can help by refereeing manuscripts. A referee writes reviews for manuscripts submitted for publication. After receiving a manuscript, referees have approximately three weeks to return an electronic evaluation. Your efforts will not only help journals but also contribute to your professional development. If you would like to become a referee, you can find information for Mathematics Teacher, for Mathematics Teaching in the Middle School, and for Teaching Children Mathematics online.
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