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Principles to Actions: A Blended Book Study

  • 20 Oct 2014
  • 3:30 PM
  • 31 Mar 2015
  • Online & various regional locations

Registration

(depends on selected options)

Base fee:
  • Use this form if you are participating as a member of the ATMNE Board or as a Board member from a New England state affiliate (other than Maine).
    **NOTE: This registration does not include a copy of the eBook or participation at a Dine & Discuss.**
  • Use this registration form if you are a member of the ATOMIM Board and wish to participate in this event.
  • Use this registration form if you are a member of ATOMIM. You must log in with your ATOMIM ID (email). If you don't remember the email you used, then email Pam for help. (pamela.rawson@gmail.com) You will have the opportunity to renew your membership for an additional $15.
  • Use this registration if you are joining us as an Affiliate Leader from outside of New England. If you are a New England Affiliate Leader, select the ATMNE registration.
    **NOTE: This registration does not include a copy of the eBook or participation at a Dine & Discuss.**
  • Use this registration if you are not a member of ATOMIM, or if your membership has lapsed. Your registration will include a one-year membership.
  • This registration is offered to students enrolled in a college or university pre-service teacher education program.

Registration is closed

The National Council of Teachers of Mathematics (NCTM) released in April a new document: Principles to Actions. This document builds on the Principles and Standards document released in 2000.


Watch a brief message from Steve Leinwand about Principles to Actions.


This year, ATOMIM is trying something new: A coordinated, blended, year-long (almost) professional development experience. We are using webinar technology to enhance our online book study and wrapping it up with a regional dine & discuss. In this vision, our professional development will tie together classroom strategies related to the Standards for Mathematical Practice in the Common Core State Standards, and also allow us to discuss other principles, essential elements, that help support teachers in their work.


Dates, times, locations, and registration for the dine & discuss sessions in March will come later. But, we are asking you to commit to participating from October to March.


The price to participate is $75 per person, for non-members. This includes two 1-hour webinars, a copy of the e-book (if you register early enough), attendance at the dine & discuss, and a discounted one-year membership. If you are currently a member of ATOMIM, your base participation price is $60. If you'd like to renew your membership through this event, you can chose to do so for the discounted $15 rate.


So register today.

By registering for this conference, participants grant ATOMIM the right to use, in promotional materials, their likeness or voice as recorded on digital or analog media. Additionally, participants grant ATOMIM the right to share their contact information with major event sponsors and our affiliated organizations (ATMNE, NCTM, NCSM). To opt-out, email the Conference Registrar.

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