Maine Math Coaching Project

 A special opportunity for new coaching candidates who apply and are accepted to Cohort 4 by March 15, 2018. These students will receive $2500 off their first year membership paid for through the DOE Mathematics Science Partnership Grant. 

In order to qualify for these one-time, limited funds, interested parties must complete the Maine Mathematics Coaching Project assurances and application by March 15th. Applications and assurances received after March 15, 2018 will be responsible for the full $6000 first year membership.

Application Deadline for Cohort 4 is April 15, 2018.

Save the Date!

National Math Coaching Conference 

June 5, 2018

University of Maine

Farmington Campus


Register Now! 

ATOMIM Spring Conference

Keynote: Tracy Zager

Formative Assessment

Partners in Progress

by grade band

K-2, 3-5, 6-8 and 9-12

8:00 - 3:00pm 

Free book included with registration fee, Mathematics Formative Assessment: 50 More Practical Strategies for Linking Assessment, Instruction and Learning, a $35 value. Plus Maine teachers will be sharing how using these FACTS actually plays out in their classrooms. 

Strategies that elicit evidence of learning, facilitate formative feedback and responsive action, and promote student ownership and involvement.

Saturday Conference - no sub plans to write, less expense for the district.

Select the location nearest you:

March 10, 2018

Brewer, Maine

Brewer High School

March 17, 2018

Portland, Maine 

Deering High School

Register by Feb. 15 for Early Bird discounts:

Group Rates (5 or more) $95 per person

 Member $100 

Non-Member $120 

(includes membership)

After Feb. 15

Member $120

Non-Member $140 (includes membership)

Purchase orders are not accepted. 

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Resource Corner:  

Blogs that Might Inspire You

Here are a list of blogs that present current ideas in Math. Of course these are the opinions of individuals, therefore we do not take responsibility as an association for what the links might contain.

Tracy Zager  

Becoming the Math Teach You Wish You'd Had

Christopher Danielson 

Overthinking My Teaching

Dan Meyer 

Great Maths Teaching Ideas

Sarah Caban 

Math on the Edge

Heidi Fessenden

Too Teeter and Too Totter

Sara VanDerWerf

Pam Rawson


Michael Pershan

Teaching with Problems

Fawn Nguyen

Finding Ways


Joanna Burt-Kinderman

Problematizing Math Teaching


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