Important Dates:

Oct. 1
NATM Fall Conference
The mission of the Nebraska Association of Teachers of Mathematics is to enhance the teaching and learning of mathematics by fostering professionalism, cultivating leadership and facilitating communication among educators.
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2021 NATM Annual Conference
Keynote Speaker: Mary Pittman
Fri Oct 1, 2021
Younes Conference Center, Kearney, NE

Busting the Myths About Math

The 2021 Fall NATM Conference will be featuring a keynote from Dr. Mary Pittman discussing her research with The New Teacher Project (TNTP) around "The Opportunity Myth."
We are accepting applications to be a speaker at the conference until July 25. (All speakers will be notified their application was selected by August 2.)

Early Bird Rate

Register by September 1 for the early bird registration cost of $80. After September 1 the cost will be $100.

Accommodations

Hotel: Comfort Inn - (308) 251-2722 Food/Drink: Coffee, tea, and water will be available the morning of the conference. A buffet lunch will be provided during the conference.
Mary Pittman is a Director for TNTP and has over twenty years of experience working in the field of K-12 mathematics education. She began her career as a middle school mathematics teacher in St. Cloud, Minnesota before moving to Colorado to work on her Ph.D. at the University of Colorado-Boulder. Mary worked on a variety of mathematics education projects including a grant from NASA developing STEM curriculum materials and an IES grant focused on supporting the transition from arithmetic to algebraic reasoning. After completing her doctoral studies, Mary became the Director of Mathematics for Boulder Valley School District before moving to the Colorado Department of Education as their PK-12 Mathematics Specialist. Mary is passionate about developing culturally and linguistically responsive mathematics educators. In 2020, Mary was awarded the State Leadership Service Award in Mathematics from the Association of State Supervisors of Mathematics and in 2016 the Floyd G. Hudson Service Award from the Council for Learning Disabilities.


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