Share your knowledge with K-3 teachers beyond Nebraska’s borders

Teaching Children Mathematics
Teaching Children Mathematics

We know as Primarily Math teachers you are doing great things in your classrooms. Have you considered sharing your ideas beyond the walls of your classroom, or even beyond Nebraska's borders?

We encourage you to consider sharing your expertise through the opportunities described below. If one or both of the items you, contact NebraskaMATH Research Coordinator Wendy Smith. Wendy has agreed to provide assistance to anyone wishing submit articles or proposals. You can email Wendy at

NCTM Publication:

A 2014 issue of “Teaching Children Mathematics” will focus on Building a Math Village: Developing Partnerships. What are you doing to build partnerships among school, home, and community that help support children’s mathematical understanding? The Teaching Children Mathematics editorial panel encourages articles providing exemplary implemented models and activities for partnering between school and home, and school and community. Articles may include challenging issues within practice, as well as findings from research. Submissions are due by July 1. To download the call for manuscripts, and to learn more about the 2014 Focus Issue, visit

NCTM Conference Presentation:

Share your knowledge and expertise with math educators from everywhere around the globe by speaking at an NCTM conference. NCTM is now accepting presentation proposals for the 2014 Annual Meeting and Regional Conferences. Learn more about the submission process and apply now: