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Summer Symposium: Building Thinking Classrooms with Dr. Christine Larson
July 11, 2023 DWU (Mitchell SD)      Flyer     Syllabus
Don't delay: Registration closes June 10

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  (TALKING LEAF) New! January 2023

SD Regional Math Circles 2022-2023
The purpose of the South Dakota Council of Teachers of Mathematics is to encourage and maintain an active interest in and an appreciation of mathematics, promote professional growth of mathematics educators, provide a forum for the exchange of views regarding the teaching of mathematics, develop a cohesive link between and to promote the cooperative study of mathematics education at all levels, integrate the study of mathematics into other areas of school curriculum, and relate the study of mathematics to situations in life.
    We host a conference each February. and a symposium each summer to help achieve the aforementioned goals.  We provide support for South Dakota mathematics teachers, connect them to each other, and act as a clearinghouse for information regarding mathematics and mathematics education.
    We act individually and collectively as consultants for school districts and for the Department of Education. SDCTM represents member concerns with Department of Education policies and actions.

Moving Forward: Mathematics Learning in the Era of COVID-19
A joint statement from NCTM and NCSM (2020)

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