Leadership Seminar

NCCTM hosts two Leadership Seminars each year, one in the Fall the day before the Annual State Mathematics Conference and one in the Spring. Information on dates, locations, and registration will be posted below as it becomes available.

Fall 2018 Leadership Seminar

October 31, 2018 , 8:30-4:30
Koury Convention Center - Greensboro

Speakers: Graham Fletcher, Pam Harris, and Steve Leinwand 

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NCCTM 2018 Conference and Seminar Registration Fees

Pre-registration fee for current members $65
Pre-registration fee for non-members $105
Pre-registration fee for full-time students $10
Onsite registration fee for current members $85
Onsite registration fee for non-members $125
Onsite registration fee for full-time students $20
Leadership Seminar registration fee for current members $65
Leadership Seminar registration fee for non-members $75
Mark your calendars!
The Spring 2019 Leadership Seminar will be on March 22, 2019
at the Radisson in High Point.

Spring 2018 Leadership Seminar

9 AM to 4 PM, March 23, 2018
Radisson Hotel High Point
High Point, NC

  • Dr. Fran Arbaugh (Penn State): Do you know it when you see it?
  • Dr. Ted Coe (Achieve): What does "out of proportion" really mean?
  • Dr. Jane Wilburne (Penn State Harrisburg): Using tasks to promote rich and engaging mathematical experiences

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Fall 2017 Leadership Seminar

November 1, 2017   
Koury Convention Center - Greensboro

Speakers: Jennifer Bay-WIlliams, University of Louisville; Juli Dixon, University of Central Florida; Margaret (Peg) Smith, University of Pittsburgh; Representatives from NC Department of Public Instruction


Spring 2017 Leadership Seminar

March 24, 2017     Marriott Greensboro Airport

Presenters

Gary Martin; individuals from the North Carolina Collaborative for Mathematics Learning (including Holt Wilson); the mathematics consultants from the NC Department of Public Instruction


Fall 2016 Leadership Seminar

October 26, 2016    Koury Convention Center - Greensboro

Presenters

Dan Meyer, Zachary Champagne, Jere Confrey, and
the mathematics team from the Department of Public Instruction

A Message From Our President

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Julie Kolb
Meredith College

 

You have the power to change the future of Mathematics Teaching in North Carolina.

If you are wondering how you can manage to do this within your packed daily schedules, it may be easier than you think!

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