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Spring Conference Materials 

Thank you to everyone who presented and participated at our Annual Meeting and Spring Conference, making it such a success. 

Sign up for a Spring Dine and Discuss session near you! Registration Link

Participants will: Participants will:

  • Link formative assessment and formative instruction through 5 key elements with a focus on feedback, learning targets and student self-assessment;
  • Use the “FACTS” resource*  to explore additional ideas and strategies for the mathematics classroom; 
  • Gain access to a database of sample hinge point questions; and
  • Network with other educators to share ideas.
* If you already have the Mathematics Formative Assessment book, attend at a reduced cost, learn about adaptations and share your experiences with others!

Mars Hill: April 26 & May 18, Central Aroostook High School

Hampden: March 29 & April 26, Hampden Academy

Ellsworth: March 21 & May 16, Hancock County Technical Center

Topsham: April 27 & May 25, Mt Ararat Middle School

Augusta: March 20 & April 3 University of Maine, Augusta

Lewiston: March 30 & May 2, Geiger Elementary School

Yarmouth: March 28 & April 11, Frank Harrison Middle School

Saco: March 30 & May 4, CK Burns School 

Congratulations to Melissa Turner, Winslow, for receiving the May Teacher Recognition Award!  

Melissa has been teaching at Winslow High School for 19 years, and is the  math department head.  She has her masters in education and special education.  She teaches all high school grades including pre-algebra, functional math class (special education class), and college algebra (concurrent enrollment with KVCC).  She loves working with students and finding interesting ways to teach math.  She likes the hands-on approach and showing students where they will be using the math in the future.  ‚Äč

Please be sure to nominate your favorite math teacher for our special recognition. All nominees are placed in a drawing for some special prizes at the end of the year!

National Math Coaching Conference: 

Making the "Cultural Shift" to Math Coaching in Maine 

June 1, 2017

8:30 am  - 5:00pm

University of Maine, Farmington

Keynote Speaker: Antonia Cameron, 

co-author of Agents of Change: How Content Coaching Transforms Teaching and Learning 

For more information or registration click here. 



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Resource Corner:  

Looking for some open-ended, discussion-provoking challenges for your students? Try  "Which one Doesn't Belong?" It's all about justifying your thinking. 

Looking for videos to encourage your students, or some visual math tasks? Check out Youcubed

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