2023 Washington DC

  • Highlights from the NCTM 2023 Annual Meeting & Exposition     

    Thank you to all that have attended the NCTM 2023 Annual Meeting & Exposition in Washington, DC! A special thanks to our program committee, volunteers, speakers, exhibitors, sponsors and vendors who assisted in making this event a success. Together, we created a place for math educators across the region to build connections, learn from industry leaders, solve problems, and much more.

    Below are a few highlights from the event. 

    Many thanks to the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation for their generous support and recognition of mathematics teachers at this year's event.

    DC 2023 Annual Program Download the Program Book


    NCTM TV Debuts at the 2023 Annual Meeting
    NCTM partnered with international film & broadcasting company, WebsEdge, to highlight the hard work of educators and organizations committed to elevating the quality of mathematics education in the U.S. and provide an opportunity to learn about innovative initiatives helping to transform mathematics teaching and learning.

    2023-1 - Kevin Dykema
    2023-2 - Jamila Dugan
    2023-3 - Live Mosaic Wall
    2023-4 - Iris Carl
    2023-5 - Networking
    2023-6 - Trena Wilkerson
    2023-7 - Kristopher Childs
    2023-8 - Welcome Reception
    2023-9 - Crystal Watson

    Attendee Testimonials

    Thank you to all the speakers for making this such a memorable and impactful experience for so many of your peers. Here are just a few comments attendees had:

    Beautiful and powerful. I was full of emotions and felt inspired to lead change in my classroom for my students and for my future students!

    Finishing with a chance to celebrate and connect with educators from all over was life changing.

    I love that NCTM is uplifting Native voices and indigenous ways of being. There are so many mathematical concepts enveloped in indigenous ways of thinking and culture.

    It was good to see a diverse group of speakers on stage who looked like our marginalized students. So excellent and so hopeful. I’m fired up to go back home and at least do what I can in MY circle of influence to move the marker to avoid and irradiate the Traps and Tropes in my school, district, and classrooms.

    What a joy! So excited to cultivate student thinking in my classroom. The student examples were powerful and useful.

    Activities that I can use next week in my classroom, as well as throughout the year. Enabled me to reflect upon my current practices and how I can improve upon them.

    Thank you to our program committee! 

    Carl Oliver, Chair
    City-As-School, New York City Department of Education

    Mary Bourassa
    West Carleton Secondary School Ottawa, Ontario, Canada

    Kristopher Childs
    K Childs Solutions, Winter Garden, Florida

    Peter Eley
    Alabama A&M University

    Kristen Gray
    Math Suite, Lewes, Delaware

    Bob Lochel
    Hatboro-Horsham High School, Pennsylvania

    Amy Lucenta
    Fostering Math Practices, Massachusetts

    Janice Novakowski
    Richmond School District, British Columbia, Canada

    Laila Nur
    College Preparatory Mathematics (CPM), Madison, Wisconsin

    Ishmael Robinson
    University of Minnesota

    Pam Seda
    Seda Educational Consulting, Georgia

    Jeff Shih
    University of Nevada Las Vegas

    Chris Shore
    Murrieta Valley USD, California

    Tracy Zager
    Math Coach and Author–Portland Public Schools, Portland, Maine