Aug 13

Call for Conference Proposals

MCTM 2017 Fall Conference

Math Instruction: Make it Count!

October 13-14 at Madison MS

Submit a session proposal

How do I submit a proposal?
Download and complete the Call for Proposals form. Save the completed form and email it to 2017mctm@gmail.com by August 13, 2017.

Can I submit a proposal about anything that is related to math instruction?
Take a look at the focus strands listed in the Call for Proposals. If you submit a proposal for an individual session or workshop, then you will want to make sure that your session aligns with one of those categories.

What should I do if I still have a question about the Call for Proposals?
Send an email to 2017mctm@gmail.com, and we will respond to you as soon as possible.

Jun 30

Statistics Institute

  • Jackson Avenue Center

During this two-day institute, teachers will examine the Mississippi College- and Career-Readiness Standards to identify the progression of statistical concepts from 6th grade through high school.

Jun 28

Geometry Institute

  • Jackson Avenue Center

Explore hand-on activities designed to help students understand geometric concepts.

Jun 23

Elementary Robotics Institute

  • Jackson Avenue Center

Learn how to teach your students elementary science concepts with a product that they already know and love–LEGOs.

Jun 16

USM Gulf Coast Research Lab Summer Teacher Workshops

  • University of Southern Mississippi Gulf Coast Research Lab

The USM Gulf Coast Research Lab is beginning year three of its watershed education program that will guide teachers in engaging their middle and high school students in a meaningful watershed educational experience (MWEE) that takes place during the fall of 2017 school year in their classroom and during a research cruise on the Pascagoula River aboard GCRL’s R/V Jim Franks.

Jun 15

MAP Item Writing Workshop

The Office of Student Assessment at the Mississippi Department of Education (MDE) will host a one-day Mississippi Assessment Program (MAP) Item Writing Workshop for teachers this June 2017 at three locations around the state.

Jun 9

Algebra Institute

  • Advanced Technology Center

This two-day workshop will provide opportunities for teachers to explore the development of algebraic reasoning across grade levels and to experience problem solving activities that can be used to help students to develop their algebraic reasoning skills.