Web PD — Learn Together Over the Internet!
|WebPD Session — “Common Core”||January 4, 2017|
|WebPD Session — “SMART Board in the Mathematics Classroom”||January 4, 2017|
|WebPD Session — “Number Talks”||January 5, 2017|
|WebPD Session — “Algebra I: Formative & Summative Assessments”||February 1, 2017|
|WebPD Session — “Algebra I: Resources for Lessons & Assessments”||March 1, 2017|
AMTNJ’s ANNUAL WINTER CONFERENCE
“Exciting and Motivating Activities to Address the New State Standards”
February 8, 2017
Rutgers Pre-calculus Conference
“Good Ideas in Teaching Pre-calculus and … “
March 17, 2017
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The first DIMACS-AMTNJ Precalc Meeting was a sucess. We jointly did registration. Speakers presented papers to appreciative participants. Over its thirty-one year history friendships have formed. Here presenters Jay Schiffman, Neil Cooperman, and Ahmed Salama pose for a picture as Joe Rosenstein, Plenary Session Speaker and Conference Coordinator, works with a calculator and Ken Collins prepares for a Sharing Session. Photos courtesy of Neil Cooperman, Precalc Conference AMTNJ Liaison.
|3-17-17||Mathematical Forensics: Solving Crimes Using Mathematics, Grades 10-12 with Eugene Fiorini|
|3-17-17||31st Annual Rutgers PRECALC-17 Good Ideas in Teaching Precalculus and . . . Conference|
|3-22-17||Visualizing Problem Solving in Grades 3-5 and the New Standards with Angelo DeMattia|
|3-23-17||Math & Technology: Perfect Together- Integrating the New Standards Using Technology, Grades 6-8|
|3-24-17||Thinking about Calculus before “Calculus,” Grades 9-12 with Ralph Pantozzi|
Joan Vas, Executive Coordinator, Scholarship Program and AMTNJ Past-President, firstname.lastname@example.org reminds members that the March 29, 2017 deadline is approaching. The AMTNJ Scholarship is for high school seniors who wish to pursue a career in mathematics education.
AMTNJ President-Elect Thomas P. Walsh may be reached at email@example.com.
AMTNJ President Makoto Yoshida may be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Pictures are by Makoto Yoshida.
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