2017 NCTM Regional Conference in Chicago

 

The NCTM Regional Conference is coming to Chicago this fall (11/29, 11/30, 12/1)! Its scale, variety, and nationally-known speakers make it an amazing opportunity to take your professional practice to the next level — which also benefits your students. The conference is a great chance to connect with thousands of talented, committed colleagues advancing high-quality, equitable mathematics education for all students.

Learn more about it, including some of the great sessions, in this flyer and at http://nctm.org/chicago.

Register by November 3 for the best rates. (And if five or more people from your district are attending, register as a group for an even lower rate!)

If you're attending, please consider volunteering as well. It's a chance to help make the conference a great experience, contribute to the profession, and meet some interesting new colleagues. (And you get a snazzy T-shirt!) Conference registrants, retirees, or students can volunteer; sign up here. (All registrant volunteers can register at the NCTM member rate; if you're not a member, email me for a discount code. And student volunteers can attend the rest of they day they volunteer for free!)

Please do pass this info along to your friends and colleagues.

You may find this justification tool kit helpful to make the case for your attendance.

 

 

2017 MEGSL Fall Conference

Save the date and make plans to attend the fall conference! Our theme is "Everything is a Math Problem" and our keynote speaker is Claran Einfeldt.


When: October 6-7, 2017
Where: Hazelwood West Middle School
12834 Missouri Bottom Road
Hazelwood, MO 63042

Be a presenter! Complete the presenter form here.
Make plans to attend! The registration form is here.
What's planned? Check out our "at-a-glance" guide.

Here's the conference program.

Pay using our online shop.

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Claran Einfeldt is the President and Founder of one of the nation’s most successful mathematics consulting companies. Her love of learning mathematics includes a Master’s Degree in Mathematics and her passion for teaching mathematics includes the course work for a Doctorate in Mathematics Education.

With extensive practical experience at the local, state, and national level, Claran Einfeldt is widely recognized for her expertise in the area of cutting edge mathematics curriculum, assessment, and instruction. Einfeldt is sought out by schools, colleges, and professional organizations throughout the country to work with teachers, administrators, parents, school boards, and communities. This combination of experience allows her to communicate the theory behind the issues, while providing the practical “how to” strategies in order to facilitate positive change in today’s mathematics classrooms, schools, and districts.

Claran Einfeldt is widely acclaimed as not only a dynamic speaker but also a true “teacher’s teacher” and a consultant that gets results. Participants in Claran‘s seminars appreciate her down-to-earth style and humorous delivery, as well as the wide variety of ready-to-use ideas for today’s mathematics classrooms. Claran Einfeldt begins all consulting work asking the question “What would you dream for if you knew you couldn’t fail”?

Claran Einfeldt is designing and delivering statewide training on the math CCSS for K-12 for the state of Illinois.

 

 

Newsletters:

The latest newsletter is sent to current MEGSL members.Past Newsletters are available in the archive on the Newsletter page.

 

MEGSL Scholarships

The Mathematics Educators of Greater St. Louis (MEGSL) is offering two $1000 scholarships for high school and college students interested in careers in mathematics education. Download the high school or college application form and nominate that outstanding student who could use $1,000 to pay for their education next year. Applications are due by April 1 each school year.

Past Scholarship winners:

 

MEGSL Teacher of the Year

One of the goals of the Mathematics Educators of Greater St. Louis is to recognize excellence in mathematics teaching. To meet this goal, Teacher-of-the-Year Awards are given each spring and in four categories: K–5 (Elementary), 6–8 (Middle), 9–12 (Secondary), and Post-Secondary.

Do you have a colleague who is a deserving candidate? Download a MEGSL Teacher-of-the-Year Award nomination form. Nominations are due by April 1 each school year.

 

Past Teacher-of-the-Year winners:

 

 

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Interested in upcoming MEGSL or other math-related events? Send your email address to Amanda Garner-Brooks and stay updated! Just ask Amanda to add your address to the MEGSL email list. To ensure delivery to your inbox, be sure that your spam settings will allow email from the megsl.org@gmail.com address.