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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!

News bites:

  • NHTM is seeking nominations for candidates to run for Elementary Representative, NCTM/NCSM Representative, and President-Elect. Winners will be announced at the March 18 Spring Conference and terms begin in late May.  Contact Terri at NTHMpresident@nhmathteachers.org if interested.
  • ATMNE is hosting bi-weekly Twitter Chats on Sundays 7:00-7:30. The next chat will be January 24. Use the hashtag #ATMNEchat.
  • Nominations for Presidential Awards for Excellence in Mathematics and Science Teaching (PAEMST) grades K-12 are open. 
  • New Hampshire Department of Education is offering free training on the MetaMetrics Lexile & Quantile Hub in January and February. NHDoE is also offering free access to these assessment hubs for NH schools. For more information, click here.
  • University of New Hampshire announces a professional development series for teachers. The online afterschool workshop, Increasing Student Engagement and Discourse in a Math Classroom (Gr. 5-9)  offered Jan 26, Feb 2 & 9  from 3:30-5:30pm by Jess Jacques, might be of particular interest to NHTM members.  
Virtual Spring Conference

Save the date: Thursday, March 18, 2021

Keynote speaker: Trena Wilkerson, NCTM President

More details to come!

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

Thursday, January 28, 4:00-5:00

Register at https://forms.gle/2LBoeoaKbJ5w7bFk7 to get the Zoom link.


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