Anja S. Greer Conference on Mathematics and Technology

Canceled for 2021

Due to the global coronavirus pandemic, we have made the difficult decision to cancel the 2021 conference. 

Our 36th Annual Conference

For over three decades, the Anja S. Greer Conference on Mathematics and Technology has been the pre-eminent weeklong conference for secondary school mathematics teachers, focusing on mathematical modeling, integrating technology into math classes, non-traditional pedagogy, how to help students become better problem solvers, and diversity, equity, and inclusion in the math classroom. Whether you are looking for dynamic activities to blend into your classes or a whole new approach to teaching math, as well as professional growth and challenging mathematics, this conference is for you!

At the 2020 conference, you will be able to choose 2 weeklong courses, meeting 10 hours each, from a selection of more than 20 offerings designed by established leaders in mathematics teaching. In addition to your 2 courses, there will be concurrent 45-minute CwiC sessions (Conference within a Conference) throughout the week for you to attend when you are not in class. Plus we will have our featured speaker series, which will cap off each day of the conference. Perhaps best of all, built into the conference are evening social hours where you can collaborate with and get to know participants and leaders outside of class.

Please feel free to use this letter template to make your case for funding to your school or institution. 

Weeklong Courses

You will register for two ten-hour courses. Click here to view the 2020 course offerings. 

Go to the page titled Weeklong Courses


A sample daily schedule

The actual schedule will be finalized by early June 

Go to the page titled Program

College Credits

We have partnered with Lake Erie College to offer college credits for completion of the conference.


Go to the page titled College Credits

Frequently Asked Questions

Find answers about conference logistics, including professional development credit units, lodging, meals, travel and more. 

Go to the page titled Frequently Asked Questions

Scholarships and Grants

A limited number of scholarships are available to public school teachers.

Go to the page titled Scholarships and Grants

Featured Speakers

A highlight of our week is three presentations by established mathematicians & authors. Click here to view the 2020 speakers. 

Go to the page titled Featured Speakers

Contact Us

Kevin Bartkovich, Conference Director
Questions regarding course content, featured speakers and all leader correspondence should be directed to Kevin.

Leigh Drapeau, Principal's Office
Questions regarding registration, payment, lodging and general information should be directed to Leigh.