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Board of Directors Election


NHTM is looking for energetic individuals who are willing to serve on the Board of Directors.  Immediate openings are available for webmaster and media & public relations rep.  Positions up for election in March are president-elect, elementary rep, NCTM/NCSM rep, and secretary.  More information about the responsibilities for each position can be found here.  Interested individuals should send a photo and brief bio (along with any questions) to treasurer@nhmathteachers.org no later than Wednesday, March 13th.  Voting will be conducted online the following week with winners announced at the Dine & Discuss event on March 21st.


Teaching on the Edge of Understanding and at the Speed of Learning




Save the date!  We are excited to announce our Dine and Discuss event, featuring keynote speaker Graham Fletcher, on Thursday, March 21st, 4:30-7:30, at the Grappone Conference Center in Concord.  Registration is open now through March 13th!


Registration for the 50th New Hampshire State Math Contest is now open!


The event is scheduled for Monday, March 11, 2024 at NHTI - Concord, with a snow date of

Thursday, March 14, 2024.  More information about the contest and forming a team is available here.

To register for the competition, please fill out this brief online form.  We ask that registrations be in by the 

Friday, February 9, 2024 (midnight) deadline to allow for planning purposes.  

Contact Mark Longtin at mark@nhmath.org for more information.




NH ASCD is offering two exciting professional development opportunities in mathematics. 


On November 21 and 22, 2023, Dr. Peter Liljedahl will lead a two-part webinar series on Building Thinking Classrooms for grades K-12. He will present the results of over 15 years of research into how teachers can transform their classrooms from spaces where students mimic to spaces where students think. In this webinar, participants will explore how to move toward a thinking classroom, gain a conceptual understanding of thinking classrooms, and walk away with specific strategies that they can use.   


On March 22, 2024, NHASCD in partnership with NHTM will sponsor an on-site conference where attendees can choose from fifteen engaging breakout sessions. Joining us will be Dr. Steven Leinwand, Graham Fletcher, Kristen Hilty, Dr. Kevin Mahoney, and Karolyn Wurster.   


During the registration process, participants can sign up for one or both of the professional development events.


Register here:  https://web.cvent.com/event/bc272a69-2234-4cb8-bd8a-24e1b9a4e83f/summary


Upcoming events

    • 21 Mar 2024
    • 4:30 PM - 7:30 PM
    • Grappone Conference Center, Concord
    • 39
    Register

    NHTM is pleased to welcome keynote speaker Graham Fletcher for a Dine and Discuss event on March 21st. 




    There are many things to consider when we engage students in mathematics. What makes our task extremely difficult is that we teach a specific age of students that function and think in multiple grade levels.  This makes differentiation seem impossible, but it doesn’t need to always feel this way. Let’s explore how the purposeful use and sequence of the right tasks can unlock what students know and inform our next move in the progression of learning.


    Graham Fletcher has served in education as a classroom teacher, math instructional lead, and currently as a math specialist.  His work with the math progressions and problem-based lessons has led him to present throughout North America and beyond.

    Graham is continually advocating for best practice in mathematics by seeking new and innovative ways to support students and teachers in their development of conceptual understanding.

    Twitter: @gfletchy

    Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/gfletchy/

    All of us are smarter than one of us.” – Graham Fletcher



    Buffet dinner will include:

    Seared chicken breast with fresh spinach, shaved parmesan and port wine reduction*

    Wild mushroom ravioli with artichoke, roasted tomato, kalamata olive

    and basil pesto

    Mixed greens with tomato, cucumber, carrot, vinaigrette and creamy dressing*

    Baby spinach with dried cranberries, sugared pecans, crumbled goat cheese and balsamic vinaigrette*

    Fresh baked focaccia and country bread

    Chef’s seasonal vegetable and potato or rice*

    Chef’s mini dessert selection

    Freshly brewed coffee, decaffeinated coffee and a selection of fine teas

    * gluten free


    Payment in USD made by credit card via Wild Apricot AffiniPay.

    No onsite registration will be available.

    Registration may be canceled up to 10 days before the event.

    Payment is nonrefundable within 10 days of the event.


    • 24 Oct 2024
    • 25 Oct 2024
    • Sheraton Nashua Hotel, 11 Tara Blvd, Nashua NH
    • 29
    Register



    2024 ATMNE Regional Conference Awakening Student Agency


Welcome our new board member!
  • Joyce Wise (Secondary Level Representative)

Many thanks to our outgoing board members! 

  • Teresa Magnus (Past President)
  • Elise Catalano (Middle Level Representative)
  • Dave Rhoads (Secondary Level Representative)

Check out these opportunities!

  • The UNH Tech for Teachers Institute is accepting applications for its professional development opportunity (July 15-26) for middle and high school teachers of STEM subjects. Click here for more information or to apply. 

  • The application is live to be a speaker/presenter at the ATMNE 2024 conference. Please visit this link to submit a proposal.

  • Save the Date: NHTM’s Dine and Discuss takes place Thursday, March 21, 2024, at the Grappone Center from 4:30-7:30. Registration opens soon!

  • An on-site conference at the Grappone Center hosted by NHASCD with NHTM takes place Friday, March 22, 2024. Register here.

  • Registration is open for the New Hampshire State Math Contest. Click the links for more information or to register.

  • Save the Date: The 2024 ATMNE Regional Conference takes place Thursday, October 24, and Friday, October 25, 2024 at the Sheraton Hotel in Nashua, NH.


    Click here to join our Middle and High School Resources Facebook page. Click here to join our Elementary Resources Facebook page.


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    NHTM Announces a new membership structure:


    FREE Basic Membership!  New Hampshire Teachers of Mathematics (NHTM) is happy to welcome all who are interested in mathematics education to join our organization. We realize that membership fees can be a burden, so we are offering our basic membership for free. Members receive occasional updates about our professional development opportunities - Dine & Discuss, Book Studies, Conferences - and PD provided by others with an interest in mathematics education. The basic membership also includes membership in the New England affiliate, Association of Teachers of Mathematics in New England (ATMNE), with all of its privileges. 


    PREMIUM Membership for Schools and Individuals! 

    Principals may purchase a school premium membership which gives educational staff in their building--teachers, special educators, paraprofessionals, administrators, etc.--premium membership benefits (eligibility for awards and grants, discounts on NHTM events, and the option to post jobs). A school may purchase a premium membership for $25 to enroll up to 19 educational staff members or $50 for 20 or more members. Colleges and universities may include students in this bulk premium membership rate. Premium memberships run from September to August.


    Click here to register!  Membership is FREE!



                                                                                                                                              

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