NebraskaMATH Newsletter - September 2016

Presentations set for GNMTCs in Kearney

GNMTC Elementary Presentation, 2015 in KearneyJoin with educators across the state to attend the Nebraska Association of Teachers of Mathematics (NATM) Fall Conference in Kearney on Friday, Sept. 9. Arrive the night before for a free dinner and some great mathematics at the year’s first meeting of the Greater Nebraska Math Teachers’ Circle. Continue reading…

Noyce teachers present in D.C. on leadership

NebraskaNOYCE teachers attended the 2016 Noyce Summit in Washington, D.C.Since 2011, UNL’s Noyce Master Teaching Fellows and Teaching Fellows have engaged in a wide variety of teacher leadership as mathematics teachers in high-need schools and districts in Nebraska. In July at the national Noyce Summit, three Noyce teachers presented on leadership trajectories. Continue reading…

Two NebraskaMATH teachers earn PAEMST awards

2014 and 2015 PAEMST winnersMath in the Middle's Kyla Hall, formerly of Kloefkorn Elementary in Lincoln Public Schools (2014 cycle), and Noyce Master Teaching Fellow Greg Sand, of Central High in Omaha Public Schools (2015 cycle), are Nebraska winners of the Presidential Award for Excellence in Mathematics and Science Teaching Continue reading…

Attend NCTM Innov8 conference

Unique from other NCTM conferences, Innov8 has a specific focus: Knowing and supporting struggling students. Innov8 is a working conference - you will be working with a team collaboratively throughout the conference. Continue reading…

White House issues call to action

The White House Office of Science and Technology Policy has issued a call to action to participate in a nationwide effort to meet the goals of STEM for All through the use of active learning at all grade levels and in higher education. Continue reading…

Originally published September 2, 2016 - Submit an Item