Fall Leadership Seminars

2017 NCSM Fall Seminars

Information accurate as of 09/09/2017 -- subject to change

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Mathematics Leadership in a Time of Change:
Building Leaders at all Levels

For K-16 mathematics education leaders - teams and individuals

Chicago, IL
November 29, 2017, 8:00am - 3:00pm
Chicago Symphony Center
Using Equity and Social Justice to Build Mathematics Leadership

If you only have one day to spare for your professional growth, spend a day with NCSM.
Seminar presenters actively engage participants and guide them through adaptable research-informed practices, strategies, models, and concepts that effective mathematics education leaders need to know and integrate into their work. Leave the seminar with practical and inspired ideas and actions that will prepare you to lead and support others throughout the year.

Fall Seminar Features

  • Learn research-based strategies from experts in mathematics equity and social justice
  • Develop a plan for your district site with your team with ready-to-use resources
  • Network with leaders from other regions, states, and countries
  • Listen to powerful keynote speakers: Connie Schrock, Nora Ramirez, and Linda Fulmore
  • Held one day prior to NCTM Regional Conference
  • Located in the beautiful Chicago Symphony Center two blocks from NCTM Regional conference
  • Enjoy Continental breakfast and lunch provided the day of the Seminar
  • Join us for registration and breakfast starting at 7:15am

We invite you to join us as mathematics leaders striving to lead in a time of change and to create an impact on the development of the effectiveness of mathematics teachers.

The 2017 NCSM Fall Seminar registration is limited based on available space, but there is still time to register yourself and a team.

Chicago, IL
November 29, 2017

Chicago Symphony Center, 220 S Michigan Ave, Chicago, IL 60604
8:00am - 3:00 pm
Registration and continental breakfast begins at 7:15am

Early Online Registration (now until November 19, 2017): Member $100; Non-Member $160
Late Online Registration (November 20, 2017-November 24): Member $125; Non-Member $175

Online Registration closes November 24, 2017. Onsite Registration is available for Member $125 and Non-Member $175.

Why You Should Attend:

  • because you are an aspiring or seasoned mathematics education leader, department chair, teacher, coach, supervisor or administrator; and
  • because you want to lead your school and district toward student success by ensuring high expectations and access to meaningful mathematics learning for every student.
  • Leadership for equity requires action to remove barriers and provide all students with access to rigorous, meaningful curriculum taught by highly effective teachers. Toward this end, mathematics education leaders must have a clear, shared vision of mathematics teaching and learning that embraces high achievement for all students. The leader must recognize and support beliefs and mindsets of adults and students such that each and every student has opportunities and support to learn mathematics.

Bring a Team!

Teams are especially encouraged to attend, as the seminar provides an extraordinary opportunity to collaborate on site work and identify next steps for goals set for the school year.

  • Teams of teachers and leaders will find the seminar especially powerful.
  • Every individual will leave inspired, motivated, and prepared for the work of the school year.
  • Seminar presenters will provide the guidance, time, and tools for teams (and individuals) to work together.

Register online for the seminar.

Early Online Registration (now until November 19, 2017): Member $100; Non-Member $160
Late Online Registration (November 20, 2017-November 24): Member $125; Non-Member $175

Online Registration closes November 24, 2017. Onsite Registration is available for Member $125 and Non-Member $175.

Cancellations will be accepted up to one week before the scheduled seminar. There will be a $35 administrative fee for cancellations. Contact the NCSM office for more information.

Housing recommendations will be made at a later date.

For NCSM Membership or Seminar Registration Information and Questions


NCSM Office
MailNCSM
2851 S. Parker Rd. #1210
 Aurora, CO 80014
Phone(303) 317-6595 (not a TTY number)
Fax(303) 200-7099
Email

For Housing Information and Questions

Contact your hotel directly.

For All Other Matters

Patricia (Pat) Baltzley, or Jacqueline Palmquist, Fall Seminar Series Directors
Connie Schrock, NCSM President: