Leadership Seminar

NCCTM hosts a Leadership Seminar each year, on the day before the Annual State Mathematics Conference. In the past there has been a Spring Seminar as well.  Information on dates, locations, and registration will be posted below as it becomes available.

Fall 2020 Leadership Seminar

In order to ensure all of our members and their students and families stay safe this fall, NCCTM will be reshaping the Leadership Seminar and State Math Conference into a series of remotely delivered professional development opportunities centered around two interconnected strands:

teaching mathematics with digital tools
providing equitable access to mathematics education for all students

These experiences will begin in August and will be free for NCCTM members, and available to others for a fee.

Watch the State Math Conference page for details!


Fall 2019 Leadership Seminar

Featured Speakers: Ben Orlin; Val Faulkner; Zac Champagne;
Grace Kelemanik and Amy Lucenta


Spring 2019 Leadership Seminar

Featured Speakers: Lee Stiff; Jennifer Wilson


Fall 2018 Leadership Seminar

Featured Speakers: Graham Fletcher; Pam Harris; Steve Leinwand; DPI staff


Spring 2018 Leadership Seminar

Featured Speakers: Dr. Fran Arbaugh; Dr. Ted Coe; Dr. Jane Wilburne


Fall 2017 Leadership Seminar

Featured Speakers: Jennifer Bay-WIlliams; Juli Dixon; Margaret Smith; DPI staff


Spring 2017 Leadership Seminar

Featured Speakers: Gary Martin; North Carolina Collaborative
for Mathematics Learning; DPI staff


Fall 2016 Leadership Seminar

Featured Speakers: Dan Meyer; Zachary Champagne; Jere Confrey; DPI staff


Schedule of Leadership Seminars

2021: 10 November

2022: 9 November

2023: 8 November

2024: 13 November

A Message From Our President

Kathy Jaqua
Western Carolina University

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

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NCCTM Statement on Equitable Access to Quality Mathematics Instruction

Students need to experience mathematics in ways that allow them to be successful and that give them the power to change the world. This experience needs to be delivered with both excellence and equality while resonating with the lives of Black, Latinx, Indigenous, Asian, and all marginalized peoples. Racism cannot be tolerated, and we as teachers must be vigilant that we do not tolerate nor contribute to racism, bias, hate, or violence in our classrooms.

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