KCM will welcome featured speaker Margaret (Peg) Smith at the 2019 Annual Conference. Peg is a Professor Emerita at University of Pittsburgh. Over the past two decades she has been developing research-based materials for use in the professional development of mathematics teachers. For more information about Peg Smith, read this .
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Speaking at an annual KCM conference is a great way to share classroom success stories and connect with fellow educators! The engaging conversations built from these sessions will inspire others and encourage learning innovation.
Speaker proposals will be accepted through November 16, 2018.
The 2018-19 KCM Course Catalog is now available! We are thrilled to offer a variety of professional learning experiences including cohorts of our most popular courses as well as new additions designed to support educators in fostering opportunities for students to explore and talk about the big mathematical ideas at each grade level.
As a reminder, all MAF (Mathematics Achievement Fund) intermediate (3-5) teachers are required to select at least two additional days of professional learning. We encourage you to select your course(s) promptly and register soon as space is limited.
Our website renovations have finally completed. Now it matches our new branding and colors introduced almost a year ago.
Besides the new look, things may be in different places and have slightly different names.
Sherman Elementary School math teacher, Shannon Brickler, won the Presidential Award for Excellence in Mathematics and Science Teaching. Brickler has been an elite coach for the KCM/CDE Master Coaching Program, working with Kentucky mathematics coaches and teachers to impact student instruction.