NebraskaMATH Newsletter - May 2013

Nebraska teachers attend NCTM in Denver

Noyce Teaching Fellows and UNL students at NCTM in DenverA number of Nebraska teachers and student teachers attended NCTM's annual meeting in Denver, April 24-27, 2013. Pictured here are a number of student teachers with Dr. Lorraine Males (UNL's secondary mathematics education professor). They attended sessions with local and national presenters. Continue reading…

NebraskaMATH Surveys: Why do we ask you to take them?

Math in the Middle and NebraskaMATH participants recently received a survey request from RMC Research Corporation. Why are these surveys so important? Two of our reasons: (1) we can keep offering opportunities for Nebraska teachers only if we learn they are effective; and (2) we are learning a lot! Continue reading…

Poll: Should Algebra II be Required in High School?

Lawmakers in Texas and Florida are debating whether Algebra II is essential for all students. At issue is whether alternative courses or work experience should be allowed as a substitute. We want to know what YOU think. Take our poll: Should Algebra II be required in Nebraska High Schools? Continue reading…

Originally published May 10, 2013 - Submit an Item