Hawaii Council of Teachers of Mathematics

HCTM is a local affiliate of the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics
When you join or renew your membership with NCTM, be sure to list HCTM as your affiliate membership.
  


President: Scott Powell
Board of directors
Membership Information
Current Newsletter
Constitution and Bylaws
Links to Elsewhere
fREeCYCLE

Upcoming items of interest


You can now find HCTM on Facebook. Click here and join our group now.


TI Workshop

June 26 and 27 at Kapolei High School Information

More Discovering Learning with Michael Serra

There will be a second workshop at Kamehameha School, this one open to teacheers of grades 5-12, and held August 1-2. The second workshop will focus on Cooperative Learning, Discovery Learning and teaching Mathematical Reasoning skills. Click here for more information
Register at Eventbrite for only $5

2018 HCTM Annual Conference; Got It? Wait...What? Teaching for Understanding

Scheduled for January 27, 2018 at Moanalua High School.
We are now accepting speaker proposals . Share your ideas with friends and colleagues! Please fill out this form with your proposal. The conference chair will email you to confirm your speaker proposal.

Notes from HCTM Conference 2017 - Building Bridges to Student Success

Program
Keynote speaker: Linda Furuto. Keynote presentation
Todd Nacapuy referred to the state's Hackathon website: Hackathon
Christine Lanning (christine at istechs.net) offered websites and email address Lanning notes
Douglas Kiang Session notes    Coding Curriculum
Yagi, et al Developing an understanding of the number line
Fukada, Kaichi Mindsets for struggling learners
Dan Doerger Powerpoint presentation
Reminder: all checks and purchase orders for HCTM should be mailed to:
Dr. Michael P. Ida
090 c/o Kalani High School
4680 Kalanianaole Highway
Honolulu, HI 96821
For those who need it, use Hawaii DOE vendor id #117054 (corrected 2/13/14).

Other News

Check out our fREeCYCLE site from the menu on the left! This is a place to post donations of no longer needed classroom items. Or click here.

Linda Furuto's work in ethnomathematics in Hawaii


MEMBERSHIP DRIVE Enjoy the many benefits of being a member of Hawaii's premier professional organization for mathematics teachers. Link for 2017-2018 dues