Member Benefits Include:
• Discounted rates for seminars and conferences
• State-of-the-art professional development
• Timely updates regarding current events that impact teaching methods
• Access to scholarships and grants
• Access to current and past journals and newsletters
• Notifications of all upcoming AMTNJ events
• Peer-to-peer networking opportunities
AMTNJ sponsors a number of professional development conferences each year which provide an outstanding opportunity to stay current with emerging trends in mathematics education. The conferences offered cover a varied array of topics presented by highly qualified speakers.
- Conferences offered include:
- Annual Two-Day Conferencs
- Supervisors’ Conference
- Special Education & Mathematics Conference
- Pre-Calculus Conference
The Annual Two-Day conference is AMTNJ’s featured conference that offers in excess of 80-90 diverse sessions which cover various strands of mathematics and everchanging state standards. Conferences may vary based on mathematics educational needs.
Professional Development (“PD”) Programs
Full-day workshops hosted by AMTNJ, the Rutgers Mathematics Department and DIMACS, the Center for
Discrete Mathematics and Theoretical Computer Science on the Rutgers Busch Campus.
Participants receive training on pertinent topics without having to travel to a particular location by the use of interactive audio / visual technology.
AMTNJ arranges for an instructor to provide an interactive workshop at your school.
PD on Demand
Workshops are held during school hours by outstanding speakers that present programs designed to meet the particular needs of the district.
Institutes provide content focused teacher training.
AMTNJ encourages current members to sponsor a scholarship
applicant. Applicants must be graduating seniors applying to
a college with math education as their career goal.
High School & Middle School Math Contests
Open to all NJ high school and middle school students in
public, parochial and private institutions. Both team and
individual awards along with certificates of achievement are
Student created math projects are judged and awarded prizes
for the best project in each grade level category. Students,
teachers and parents are encouraged to view the projects
when displayed at an AMTNJ conference.
The newsletter, typically published three times a year, is designed to inform, inspire and encourage mathematics
The New Jersey Mathematics Teacher: Journal of the Association of Mathematics Teachers of New Jersey, with
contributions from a variety of sources, is a vehicle to share ideas and practices pertinent to mathematics education.