Our 33rd Annual Conference
Join us for the 33rd annual conference. The primary emphasis of the conference is mathematics focusing on the impact and applications of technology in the classroom and the role of technology in today's and tomorrow's mathematics curricula.
Without doubt the best professional development in which I have had the opportunity to participate in years, in terms of both the math content and the teaching ideas and pedagogy.
How the conference is organized?
- You will take 2 week long courses (10 hours each). You register for specific courses of interest.
- You will attend 3 required Featured Speaker Presentations by leading mathematicians, educators and authors.
- A complete Conference-within-a-Conference (CWIC) will run from Monday through Thursday. This consists of 45-minute sessions similar to what one might find at an NCTM, NSTA or T-Cubed conference. You can attend as many CWIC sessions as you would like during free time throughout the day. CwiC sessions will be published 2 weeks prior to the conference.
Clock Hours Earned
Attendees will earn 40.5 clock hours toward their professional development goals. Clock hour letters will be distributed at the completion of the conference along with a certificate of completion.
Meet the Leaders
Scholarships and Grants
There are a limited number of scholarship and grants available. As we receive other funding sources, this page will be updated with additional information.
Timothy B. Gutmann Scholarship
Eligibility: Public school teachers from Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont. Four scholarships available (a pair of teachers from 2 schools). First time attendees. All teaching certifications and credentials need to be current. Complete an on-line application by March 1, 2017.
Rick Parris Scholarship
Eligibility: Two full-tuition scholarships available for US-based public school teachers. First time attendees only. All credentials and teaching certificates need to be current. Complete an on-line application by March 1, 2017.
Prior attendees have secured funds from these sources:
Sample Daily Schedule
The sample schedule below gives you an idea of how your day is organized. The formal program begins at 1:00 p.m. on Sunday and ends at 12:00 p.m. on Friday. You will receive a detailed schedule prior to the conference.
|8:00 - 1:00||Conference Registration / Check In|
|8:30 - 12:30||Brunch|
|11:00 - 12:30||Campus Tours (Optional)|
|1:00 - 1:15||Welcome|
|1:15 - 2:15||Featured Speaker Presentation|
|2:30 - 3:20||Period 1 Course Introductions|
|3:30 - 4:20||Period 2 Course Introductions|
|4:30 - 5:20||Period 3 Course Introductions|
|6:00 - 8:00||Welcome Dinner|
|8:00 - 11:00||After Hours Get Together|
|7:00 - 9:00||Breakfast|
|8:00 - 10:00||Period 1 Courses or CWIC Sessions|
|10:00 - 10:30||Break|
|10:30 - 12:30||Period 2 Courses or CWIC Sessions|
|11:30 - 2:00||Break - Refreshments|
|1:30 - 3:30||Period 3 Courses or CWIC Sessions|
|3:30 - 4:30||Break - Refreshments|
|3:45 - 5:30||CWIC Sessions or Free Time|
|5:45 - 6:45||Featured Speaker, Required (except Tuesday)|
|7:00 - 8:30||Dinner|
|8:30 - 11:00||After Hours Get Together|
|7:00 - 9:00||Breakfast and Dorm Check Out|
|8:00 - 9:15||Period 1 Courses|
|9:20 - 10:35||Period 2 Courses|
|10:40 - 11:55||Period 3 Courses|
|12:00 - 12:45||Lunch|
|1:00||Conference ends, buses depart for Boston, Machester|
Tom Seidenberg, Conference Director
Questions regarding course content, featured speakers and all leader correspondence should be directed to Tom
Barb Darby, Conference Manager
Questions regarding registration, payment, lodging and general information should be directed to Barb