Announcing the 2021 David G. Kent Scholarship recipient

Each year the New Hampshire Teachers of Mathematics present the David G. Kent Scholarship to a graduating high school senior who will be entering an accredited college or university and majoring in Mathematics Education, Mathematics, or Elementary Education. This scholarship is named in memory of David G. Kent, a long time NHTM executive board member …

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Summer Reflections: Looking forward from ’20-’21

Dave Rhoads, Secondary Representative Summertime...and the livin’ is easy! Or is it? I’ve been giving a lot of thought to this summer over the last 6-8 months. Will we have to endure another masked summer? What will the travel restrictions be? Why am I so obsessed with this summer, like no other before it? I …

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Using Powerful Models and Strategies to Propel All Our Students Forward

By NHTM Elementary Representative Ann Elise Record Over the course of my own math journey in a variety of roles from elementary teacher to currently an independent math consultant, there is one quotation that resonates with me the most: “There is nothing elementary about teaching elementary math.”  Truly the more I learn, the more I …

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Removing the Barriers to Participation: Free Virtual Conference and Free NHTM Membership

By Teresa Magnus The NHTM Board recognizes that this has been a challenging year for all teachers. We are happy to announce that this year’s Virtual Spring Conference is FREE! We are excited to welcome Trena Wilkerson, President of the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics (NCTM), to offer the keynote address: Teaching and Learning …

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Math Running Records: How One Assessment Can Change the Math Climate in Districts!

By Ann Elise Record February 1, 2021 About seven years ago, I was leaving my 5th grade classroom and was going to be pioneering a new role in our district as a Math Coach K-5 in Berlin, NH.  My world began to open up as I embarked on my own in-depth journey of learning about …

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Teaching & Learning Mathematics Through Current Events

This winter is a good time to bring the current events of the pandemic into our mathematics classes. Our students and their families are hearing and watching the news about the spread of the COVID-19 virus and the latest vaccines. The research on this virus and the results from the studies on these vaccines are …

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