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    • 14 Oct 2021
    • 12 May 2022
    • 8 sessions
    • Zoom Meeting
    • 35

    NHTM is thrilled to announce a virtual state-wide book study centered on Peter Liljedahl’s book, “Building Thinking Classrooms in Mathematics, Grades K-12”.  Meet colleagues from across New Hampshire, and come away with ready-to-use instructional strategies for your classroom!  

    If you are a PreK-12 teacher in a New Hampshire school, you may apply for reimbursement of your book purchase (up to $40).  Should interest exceed available funding, preference will be given to applicants who teach at a Title 1 school, are in the first three years of teaching, or present another statement of need.  For full consideration, teachers desiring reimbursement are encouraged to register for the book study and apply for reimbursement by September 30th, 2021.  Reimbursement request forms will be emailed to registered participants, and participants must attend at least two out of the first three meetings to qualify for reimbursement.  

    The book can be ordered from:

    This project was funded by a grant from the New Hampshire Charitable Foundation's Joan Dwyer and Jane Dwyer Charitable Fund. 

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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NHTM Events

  • Building Thinking Classrooms virtual book study - REGISTRATION NOW OPEN!
    • Meeting the following Thursdays from 4:30-5:30 on Zoom:
      • October 14th
      • November 18th
      • December 9th
      • January 13th
      • February 10th
      • March 10th
      • April 14th
      • May 12th
    • Register here: https://nhtm.wildapricot.org/event-4460233
  • Richard C. Evans Distinguished Mathematics Educator Award
    • Nominations open October 15, 2021
    • Nomination forms due December 15, 2021
    • Nomination packets due January 15, 2022
    • Visit https://nhtm.wildapricot.org/page-1729093 for more information
  • Fernand J. Prevost Mathematics Teaching Award
    • Nominations open October 15, 2021
    • Nomination forms due December 15, 2021
    • Nomination packets due January 15, 2022

Affiliate Events
  • NCTM Fall Virtual Conference
    • November 17-20, 2021
    • Visit https://www.nctm.org/fallvirtual2021/ for more information, including a daily schedule and pricing
  • ATMNE Virtual Conference (Hosted by ATOMIC)
    • December 2 and 4, 2021
    • Featured Speakers: Laila Nur, Carl Oliver, Michelle McKnight, Annie Fetter, John SanGiovanni, and Dr. Nicki Newton
    • Registration is $25 at https://atomicmath.org/event-4391437 
  • ATMNE Twitter Chats
    • November 15, Laila Nur
    • November 29, Dr. Nicki Newton
    • December 13, Peter Liljedahl
    • January 10, 2022, Molly Rawding
  • NCSM Beyond the Conference
    • October 5 through December 14, 2021 every Tuesday at 7:00pm
    • Visit https://www.mathedleadership.org/pl/2021-fall-virtual-experiences/beyond-the-conference-2021/ for more information
  • NCTM/ASSM/NCSM Recommendations, "Continuing the Journey: Mathematics Learning 2021 and Beyond," is accessible via https://www.nctm.org/uploadedFiles/Research_and_Advocacy/collections/Continuing_the_Journey/NCTM_NCSM_Continuing_the_Journey_Report-Fnl2.pdf.
  • Do you tweet? ATMNE is looking for volunteers to lead Twitter Chats on topics related to mathematics education in the coming school year. Contact Joe Spadano at jspadano@rivier.edu if you can volunteer for a half-hour session on a Monday night.
  • Have you been following the NHTM Blog at https://nhmathteachers.wordpress.com/? The NHTM President and Grade Level Representatives post their thoughts on mathematics education on a quarterly basis. Guest blogs are also welcome. Contact Christina Anderson at canderson@sau39.org if you would like to contribute. Posts must align with the mission and values of NHTM and its parent organizations.
  • Conferences:
    • NCTM Regional Conference & Exposition, New Orleans, February 2, 2022.
    • NCTM Regional Conference & Exposition, Indianapolis, March 16, 2022.
    • NCTM Annual Meeting & Exposition Los Angeles, September 28, 2022.
    • 2022 ATMNE Conference, hosted by VCTM in Killington VT, October 20-21, 2022.
  • Upcoming virtual conferences:
Welcome our new NHTM Board Members
  • President-Elect: Natalya Vinogradova
  • NCTM/NCSM Representative: Nancy Lehoux
  • Mathesis Editor: Christina Anderson
  • Middle Level Representative: Elise Catalano
  • Secondary Representative: David Rhoads
  • Webmaster: Joey Rino

who joined us this year!

Notes from our March 18, 2021

Virtual Spring Conference

Teaching and Learning Mathematics: Transforming Challenges into Opportunities to Move Forward


Keynote Speaker: Dr. Trena Wilkerson, NCTM President

Dr. Wilkerson's slides with participants' contributions

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