Welcome to the
Metropolitan Mathematics Club
A BIG THANK YOU to Scott Miller for a great start to our year, with lots of great info about teaching remotely with Desmos!
- Our second event this month is on Sept. 25. Dr. Mary Raygoza talks on Teaching Remotely and Inclusively. Register for this FREE event on our meeting registration page.
- Mark you calendars for October 17 – the ICTM Annual Conference is virtual this year! And, MMC members Ray Klein, Micah Fogel and Paul Christmas are being honored for their work in math education at the ICTM Awards Ceremony on Friday evening. Click here for information and to register for both events.
- Watch for more MMC Events coming soon!
- Have a story to tell about online learning? Share it with us!
Who we are …
Math teachers from all over Chicagoland and beyond, from early childhood educators to high school teachers to college professors, from teachers just starting their careers to experienced educators to wise retirees, and industry professionals with a love for math and math education.
We are Affiliate #1 of the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics. That national organization was founded through the efforts of the MMC.
What we do …
- Provide professional development opportunities for math educators
- Encourage the growth and well-being of the math teaching profession
- Provide a social outlet for professionals to share their stories and collaborate
How we do it …
The MMC hosts dinner meetings about six times per year, featuring world-class speakers on topics important to math educators. Folks like Zalman Usiskin, Eli Luberoff, Gail Burrell, and John Benson have shared their expertise with us.
We host an annual Conference of Workshops, where teachers from around the Midwest come to share their lessons with us.
Special Saturday and Summer Workshops allow even deeper learning with our dinner speakers and members.
(If you are trying to make a dinner or workshop reservation, please use the Upcoming Events links at the top of the page.)
MMC is now a charity on Amazon Smile. If you shop on Amazon, go to smile.amazon.com. This is the same Amazon website with the same products and prices, but a portion of the money spent goes to a charity of your choice. You can list “Metropolitan Mathematics Club Of Chicago” (not the MMC abbreviation) as your charity, and the MMC will get a donation every time you make a purchase.
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