July 16-18: CAMT - Conference for the Advancement of Mathematics Teaching
Statistics, Calculus, Precalculus, Middle and High School Course; Phase 2, Coaching, and District/Site Support Workshops: Residential
During these professional development workshops teachers, coaches, and administrators will gain confidence and the tools they need to effectively implement CPM's curriculum. For more information, view Learning Events Information. Dates vary.
July 24-26: MCTM - Michigan Council of Teachers of Mathematics Conference
Our fourth annual Academy of Best Practices: New Math Teacher Institute will be held July 29 - August 3, 2018 at beautiful Seattle Pacific University! This 5-day institute is designed to help new math teachers develop into future leaders, to aid their professional growth both in the classroom and in the field of education, to increase their resources, and to form a countrywide network of teacher support.
In addition, CPM is excited to offer its second Academy of Best Practices for Veteran Teachers. This 5-day institute (held the same week and at the same location) is designed to inspire and re-energize teachers who have been teaching CPM for more than five years. Along with being engaged in discussions of issues facing educators today, teachers will learn more about the depth and richness available in CPM lessons, and have the opportunity to connect to other CPM teachers across the country.
The Academy of Best Practices is sponsored by CPM Educational Program. We cover the cost of travel to and from Seattle as well as the room and meals at Seattle Pacific University. Participants have the option to purchase graduate credit. Space is limited. Check back regularly to learn when applications will be open. Applications closed.
August 6-7: PCTM - Pennsylvania Council of Teachers of Mathematics Conference
May 5: Southwest Ohio Council of Teachers of Mathematics Conference
May 4-5: MCTM - Minnesota Council of Teachers of Mathematics Spring Conference
May 2-4: WMC - Wisconsin Mathematics Council Annual Conference
April 15-17: TIE - Technology and Innovation in Education Conference
March 16-17: WVCTM - West Virginia Council of Teachers of Mathematics Conference
March 10: TCMEA - Ten County Mathematics Educators Association Annual Spring Conference
JOIN US IN SAN FRANCISCO FEBRUARY 24-26, 2018 FOR OUR ANNUAL TEACHER CONFERENCE!
From an inspiring keynote address to interactive sessions, this conference will offer you ideas and strategies you can take back to your classroom and use right away. You will experience two days of sessions led by CPM authors, teachers, administrators, teacher-leaders, and others who will share their experience and expertise, providing insights into best practices in teaching mathematics.
Register for the 2018 CPM Teacher Conference event. The last day to register is Saturday, February 10, 2018.
KEYNOTE SPEAKER: DR. TIMOTHY D. KANOLD
Dr. Timothy D. Kanold, a mathematics educator and textbook author, holds a bachelor’s degree in Education and a master’s degree in Mathematics and a doctorate in Educational Leadership and Counseling Psychology. He served as Superintendent and Director of Mathematics and Science for 17 years at Adlai E. Stevenson High School in Lincolnshire, Illinois.
Dr. Kanold is co-author of 27 mathematics textbooks grades 6-12. He has presented nationally and internationally over the past decade, with the primary focus on the creation of equitable learning experiences for all children in mathematics.
POST-CONFERENCE: MONDAY, FEBRUARY 26
Interested in continuing the conversation? Consider joining us for our Post-conference, a topic-intensive interactive all-day workshop. Select your area of interest: Assessment, Statistics, Coaching - for Leaders who support Teachers using CPM, Administrators - for Leaders who support Teachers using CPM, or Student Teams to Promote Mathematical Discourse. Separate registration required. Read the 2018 Teacher Post-conference for more information. Register for the 2018 CPM Post-Conference event. (Note, you may need to scroll down if your window is not wide enough.)