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2015 NCTM Annual Meeting - Boston - Math Common Core Sessions
Audience: Educators

Join NCTM in Boston April 15-18, 2015. Choose from hundreds of presentations that are aligned with teaching the Common Core, and hear the latest from experts on what the Common Core means for your classroom, curriculum, and students. Check out the Math Common Core strand as well as search the program to find all sessions focused on Common Core Standards.

Don't miss the PARCC and SMARTER Balanced Assessment Consortia session that will focus on their progress to develop summative, interim, and formative assessment tools and resources aligned to the CCSSM.

Source: the National Council of Teachers or Mathematics (NCTM)
Submitted: 1/18/2012 02:51:48 PM | Published: 10/10/2014 08:42:56 AM

Effective Teaching with Principles to Actions: Implementing College- and Career-Readiness Standards

Audience: Teachers

Effective teaching is the nonnegotiable core that ensures all students learn mathematics at high levels.

Join us in Charleston, SC February 6-7, 2015 to engage in research-informed actions and productive practices and policies that are essential in successful Pre-K-12 mathematics programs. Based on Principles to Actions: Ensuring Mathematical Success for All experience

engage leading experts in the profession 

• develop the 8 essential, research-based teaching practices  

• Share productive beliefs illuminated with real-world examples 

• Identify and eliminate obstacles that compromise progress 

• Collaborate and engage with colleagues and peers to eliminate obstacles that compromise progress 

 Charleston, SC February 6-7, 2015  

Source: The National Council of Teachers of Mathematics (NCTM)

Submitted: 12/18/2012 01:49:50 PM | Published: 10/16/2014 01:11:55 PM

NCTM Regional Conferences
Audience: Educators

Each NCTM Regional Conference offers a range of sessions and workshop related to the Common Core as part of their 200 presentations. Exhibits also include related tools and resources for your classroom. Dates and locations for 2014 include: Indianapolis, IN, October 29-31; Richmond, VA, November 12-14; and Houston, TX November 19-21.

Source: the National Council of Teachers or Mathematics (NCTM)
Submitted: 8/25/2011 02:21:06 PM | Published: 10/10/2014 08:39:59 AM