The KCM is happy to welcome featured speaker Grace Kelemanik to our annual conference! Grace is the co-founder of Fostering Math Practices and has more than 30 years of mathematics education experience. Don't miss out on this fantastic session and many others!
CONNECT: Fostering Mathematics Minds and Communities
March 11-12, 2019
Thanks to all who submitted speaker proposals for the 2019 KCM Conference.
Acceptances will be announced by December 12. This date is a change. Originally we planned to announce the accepted proposals by December 4, but the reviews are taking a little longer to complete. All submitters will be notified to let them know if their proposal was or was not accepted.
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.