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V^2CTM will be hosting Sherry Parrish, author of the Number Talks books, for their Spring Meeting at Skyline Middle School on April 25th.
This years 24 Challenge will be hosted at Wilson Middle School on April 19th, 2018 at 6pm in the gymnasium. More details to come! REGIONAL Challenge 24 Brochure 2018
V2CTM will be the host for the 2017 Virginia Council of Teachers of Mathematics conference to be held on March 10 and 11 at James Madison University. For more information, click here.
The Regional 24 Contest was held on April 12 at Wilson Middle School. This year, there were almost 60 players representing 13 elementary schools from Augusta County, Rockingham County, and Greene County. The top winners were: 1st place: Clark Dana, Wilson Elementary … Continue reading
Join us for this year’s Regional 24 Challenge, sponsored by V2CTM! Date: Tuesday, April 12, 2016 Location: Wilson Middle School Address: 232 Hornet Road, Fishersville, VA Time: 6:00PM (Players and Leaders, please arrive by 5:50) Registration Deadline: Tuesday, April 5, 2016 Contact Info: … Continue reading
Approximately 100 teachers and administrators enjoyed Michael Bolling’s presentation on Wednesday, March 16, at the Spring 2016 V2CTM Conference. Michael, who serves as the Director of Mathematics at the Virginia Department of Education, gave attendees an overview of the proposed … Continue reading
The Valley of Virginia Council of Teachers of Mathematics’ Spring Conference will be held Wednesday, March 16, at Fort Defiance High School. The program will feature a presentation about the new Mathematics Standards of Learning (due to be released in … Continue reading
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At the Fall 2015 V2CTM Conference held October 13 at Wilbur S. Pence Middle School, nearly 90 educators, administrators, and college students learned from Dr. Kenn Barron that there is a formula for optimally motivating students in the math classroom: … Continue reading
The second Share Fair Nation sponsored by Bridgewater College and the Morgridge Foundation was held on Saturday, October 10 with over 1300 teachers, parents, and students in attendance. Teachers had staff development sections related to teaching STEAM topics and students … Continue reading