NebraskaMATH Newsletter - March 2016

Math 803P, Omaha, 2015
Math 803P, Omaha, 2015

Good news! 20% tuition discount for NMSSI has been approved

Planning to take a graduate course this summer to continue your professional development or to get one step closer to earning your master’s degree? Registration opens Monday, March 7, for summer courses at UNL. Current Nebraska teachers automatically qualify for a 20% discount on resident tuition. Continue reading…

PD abroad opportunity in Chile

LSUHave you wanted the opportunity to study abroad, but expense and language skill were an issue? The Geaux Global program in Chile, in partnership with LSU is an opportunity to teach, work in a dual-language immersion school, and live with a host family while earning Continuing Education Units. Continue reading…

Scientific literacy talk rescheduled for March 17

Troy SadlerDr. Troy Sadler, professor of science education at the University of Missouri and director of the ReSTEM Institute: Reimagining & Researching STEM Education, will review research on socio-scientific issues in scientific literacy on Thursday, March 17, from 3:30 p.m. to 5 p.m. in Henzlik Hall. Continue reading…

Finding the math in storybooks for young children

The story of Goldilocks and the Three Bears contains some fundamentally important math ideas, some of which children find difficult, about relative size, order and the relations between two sequences.GoldilcoksReading is an opportunity for you to learn about your child's world. Young children see the world from a limited perspective that adults often do not understand. Read with your child and include storybooks that have math learning as their primary goal. It can provide a window into your child's mind. Continue reading…

Originally published March 4, 2016 - Submit an Item