Author: MaryAnn Moore
UCTM 2015 Call for Presenters
The Utah Council of Teachers of Mathematics is seeking great presenters for its 2015 conference on November 6th & 7th. Presenters lead a 45 minute demonstration, discussion, or research session. All individuals in Utah who work to make mathematics more meaningful for students should apply to present. Classroom teachers are especially encouraged to present lesson plans and strategies they have developed to enhance mathematics instruction. The registration fee is waived for all presenters. Submit your proposal here. Following your proposal submission, you will hear from a board member within three days. If for some reason you do not, please notify Renae Seegmiller at email@example.com. If you are planning to present for the first time and would like more detailed information please contact Renae Seegmiller at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Proposals for the 2015 UCTM Conference are due May 15th, 2015
Professional Development: Principles to Actions
This spring and summer, USOE and UCTM are collaborating to present a professional development centered around the book Principles to Actions: Ensuring Mathematical Success for All. Participants can earn 2.0 USOE credits by participating in the course. The course incorporates 3 online sessions (at your pace between March and June), 2 Days Face-to-face (summer, choose the location that works for you), 2 online sessions (at your pace between Summer and Nov 6), and a self-selected capstone project (Due Nov 6). As a final culminating experience, Steve Leinwand will be featured as the keynote speaker at the UCTM Conference on November 6th-7th. Steve Leinwand was the writing committee chair for NCTM's publication Principles to Actions.
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