Missouri Council of Teachers of Mathematics (MCTM)
Illinois Council of Teachers of Mathematics (ICTM)
National Council of Teachers of Mathematics (NCTM)
Missouri Mathematics Association of Two-Year Colleges
Kansas City Area Teachers of Mathematics
Mathematical Association of America
Mathematical Association of America, Missouri Section
American Mathematical Association of Two-Year Colleges
American Mathematics Competitions (High School)
Math League (High School and Junior High)
MathCounts (Middle School)
American Regions Mathematics League
American Regions Mathematics League—Missouri Division
Math League (Grades 4–12)
MathLeague competitions leading to the MCTM Competitions
High School competitions http://mathleague.org/hs.php
MathLeague & MCTM State High School Math Contest [Qualification IS required] -- April 16, 2016
University of Missouri Columbia, Columbia, MO --- Sonya Land email@example.com
Middle School competitions http://mathleague.org/ms.php
Check the MCTM website for specific information: https://www.moctm.org/MiddleSchoolContest.aspx
|Elementary School competitions http://mathleague.org/es.php
Check the MCTM website for specific information: https://www.moctm.org/ElementaryContest.aspx
Mu Alpha Theta (High School)
USA Mathematical Talent Search
St. Louis Community College—Forest Park
High School Excellence in Mathematics Contest
St. Louis Community College—Florissant Valley
Junior High Excellence in Mathematics Contest
Continental Mathematics League
St. Charles Community College
contact math dept. chair Joe Howe at firstname.lastname@example.org
"The Great Hungry Goat Problem" 2011
Activity and Answer Key
2016 Summer Math Workshops at Principia School taught by math education author and consultant Henri Picciotto. For more information and to register please visit the workshop website .
We will be offering two workshops this summer:
Visual Algebra (Grades 6-9)
July 25–27, 2016
In this three-day workshop, you will learn a wealth of visual approaches to teaching
algebra. Participants will also learn techniques to help them better serve a diverse range of students—making algebra more accessible while also expecting from students multifaceted understanding.
No Limits! (Algebra 2 through Precalculus)
July 28–29, 2016
This two-day workshop is designed for high school mathematics teachers who want to make Algebra 2, Trigonometry, and Precalculus more accessible, richer, and more fun. Participants will explore several activities designed to enrich and deepen their lessons for the following topics: concrete introductions to exponential, logarithmic, inverse variation, and trigonometric functions; iterating functions as a gateway to sequences, series, mathematical induction, and chaos; function diagrams; the geometry of the parabola (2D, 3D); and more!
A more complete description of the workshops topics may be found on our website .
The workshops include breakfast, lunch, and snacks.
Early Bird Rates (good through May 2, 2016):
Visual Algebra (3 days): $550
No Limits! (2 days): $350
Both Workshops (5 days): $800
Discounts are available if registering more than 4 people from the same school or district.
If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to call or email me.
We hope to see you this summer!
Missouri Mathematics Leadership (MML)
Mathematics Archives K–12
Wide variety of resources for teaching mathematics including lesson plans, software, topics in mathematics, etc. The site is supported by the National Science Foundation and the state of Tennessee.
National Center for Educational Statistics
Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education
Godwin Center for Science and Mathematics Education
Mid-Continent Research for Education and Learning—Mathematics
Grant program providing free lesson plans and best practices aligned with MAP. A searchable database of over 2,500 lesson plans is available.
Educational information about T3 and calculators in the classroom.
NASA Space Link Mathematics
The Ethnomathematics Digital Library
A resource network, with links to relevant websites worldwide that emphasize cultural influence on mathematics, particularly those relevant to the Pacific region. Resources are categorized by subject, geographic area, and cultural group.
Facts, activities, resources, and links compiled by MEGSL
Math and Science Day at Six Flags St. Louis
Facts, activities, resources, and links compiled by Steve Willott