NebraskaMATH September 2012 Newsletter

Join us for Dinner and a Math Problem before NATM

Reconnect with NebraskaMATH and Math in the Middle colleagues and join us at The Cornhusker Hotel in Lincoln on Sunday, Sept. 23, the night before the NATM Fall Conference. Conversation (and munchies!) will begin at 5:30 pm; Dinner & a Math Problem will begin at 6:30 pm. All are welcome! Continue reading…

NCTM Presentation Opportunity

Louisville, Ky.Interested in speaking at an NCTM conference? Former Lincoln Public Schools teacher and NebraskaMATH instructor Laura Parn is on the organizing committee for the NCTM Louisville Regional Conference and wishes to tap into the wealth of knowledge among Nebraska teachers for possible presentations. Continue reading…

Noyce shirt sighting in Virginia

Dan Schaben at MonticelloArapahoe math teacher Dan Schaben wore his Noyce shirt while at the University of Virginia's Institute on Academic Diversity. He is shown sitting in Thomas Jefferson's backyard at Monticello at a reflection pool, where they would hold freshly caught fish until they were served to guests.

MSPNet: Evaluating Teacher Evaluation

Read the MSPNet article: "Evaluating Teacher Evaluation: Popular modes of evaluating teachers are fraught with inaccuracies and inconsistencies, but the field has identified better approaches" by
Linda Darling-Hammond, Audrey Amrein-Beardsley, Edward Haertel and Jesse Rothstein. Continue reading…

Originally published September 5, 2012 - Submit an Item