Montana Math Newsletter!
Big Idea #1 – M Cubed - Montana Math Meet 2018
Join mathematics teachers from across the state to discuss and learn about mathematics education from one another! M Cubed is on June 27 and 28 in Butte, Montana. Be ready to share your best teaching tools, tips and tricks as well as engage in both professional and social discussions around math. Learn more about M Cubed at the MCTM M Cubed site. To register for M Cubed click on the link. The Montana Council of Teachers of Mathematics (MCTM) organizes this event.
Big Idea #2 – Looking for a Stress Reliever?
Attend an upcoming Montana Math Teachers Circle! Join K-16 math teachers for problem solving fun, food, and prizes. Upcoming meetings in: Lame Deer -4/25, Billings- 4/25, Missoula-5/10, Havre/Hi-Line-5/10, Great Falls- 5/11, and Helena- 5/19.
Big Idea #3 – Accessible Math Apps!
Looking for new math apps that engage all students? Check out the Center on Technology and Disabilities (CTD) list of accessible Math Apps for Diverse Learners. They provide comments and features of each application as well as a list of accessible math web resources.
Looking for College Credit online Summer Math courses? MSUB is offering a host of courses online starting May 14th. Learn more at MSUB site.
Be sure to join our Virtual Math Community on the Teacher Learning Hub TODAY at 3:45 p.m. for monthly Montana-specific mathematics hot topics! Today’s topic is CHAMPS. Have you ever created an amazing lesson plan with activities and groupings that completed flopped? Come learn about CHAMPS behavior “management” outline. CHAMPS is both a planning tool for teachers as well as wording you can use with your students to help bring clear expectations to allow your lessons to thrive. Use this link to connect directly to the conversation.
Marisa Franklin, Mathematics, (406) 444-0706
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