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NCTM Update

Don Brown
NCTM Representative

In her November NCTM President’s Message, Trena Wilkerson encouraged the membership “to consider building, enlarging, and empowering our mathematics community in ways that broaden the purposes of teaching and learning mathematics and foster a sense of belonging in the mathematics community.”  As an exemplar of the president’s message, NCTM recognized Bob Moses, president and founder of the Algebra Project, Inc.  Bob Moses was honored posthumously for a Lifetime of Work Dedicated to Social Justice and Equity in Mathematics Education.

Here are some upcoming professional development opportunities:

        • NCTM Regional Conference & Exposition will be in New Orleans from February 2nd – 4th, 2022.  This is a face-to-face event.  Preconference workshops are available.
        • NCTM Regional Conference & Exposition will be in Indianapolis on March 16th 18th, 2022. This is a face-to-face event.  Preconference workshops are available.
        • NCTM Annual Meeting & Exposition will be in Los Angeles from September 28th – October 1st, 2022.

In addition to the previous opportunities, NCTM has created its 100 Days of Professional Learning.   It includes live 60-minute webinars presented by selected speakers from the Centennial Meeting program that was to be held in Chicago.  These webinars are free for NCTM members.  For more information go to https://www.nctm.org/onlineevents/.

Please consider supporting our mathematics communities by giving to NCTM’s Mathematics Education Trust (MET).  The MET supports prospective and in-service math teachers (PreK – 12), and teacher educators through grants, scholarships, and awards.   More information about the MET is provided at https://www.nctm.org/Donate/.

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