Archive for July 2021

July PD   Leave a comment

July Virtual Summer PD Opportunities from NCTM
July 9 and July 16 Productive Struggle Virtual Workshops Supporting students’ productive struggle in a post-COVID learning environment is an essential teaching practice in addressing unfinished learning as described in the American Rescue Plan. By engaging in productive struggle, students learn to persevere through challenging problems to reach successful outcomes. Learn more and register.
July 1315 and July 2022 Virtual Statistics Workshops Participants will discuss and apply the data analysis, data science, and statistical concepts embodied in the NCTM Catalyzing Change books and the American Statistical Association’s (ASA) Guidelines for Assessment and Instruction in Statistics Education (GAISE) Pre-K–12 Curriculum FrameworkLearn more and register.

Posted July 8, 2021 by consultingstatistics in Uncategorized

ACTM Annual Fall Conference   Leave a comment

2021 ACTM Fall Forum Speaker Call
Hello ACTM past speakers, conference attendees, and current members!The ACTM Executive Board of Directors has set our fall forum dates of Nov 3-4, 2021. The conference will take place Wed-Thur at the Oxford Civic Center, Oxford, AL.This email is seeking speaker proposals to begin creating our fall forum program.  We are operating slightly behind our normal schedule, so we asking for speaker proposals in the next two months, September 1st at the latest to guarantee consideration for the program.Use the link Speaker Submission Button to submit a session proposal.  THANK YOU!  See you in the fall!

You can find more information about the conference and our state organization ACTM at

Posted July 8, 2021 by consultingstatistics in Uncategorized

NCTM National Conference is in Atlanta   Leave a comment

I hope everyone is having a wonderful summer break. If you didn’t know, the NCTM National Annual conference is in Atlanta this year. This is extremely close to the EACTM service area. I hope you will make plans to attend to increase your own knowledge. It is our hope that this translates to our practice which in turn increases learning in our classroom. Please consider this professional development experience:

Posted July 8, 2021 by consultingstatistics in Uncategorized