We are the Connecticut affiliate of the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics
, and we are here to support students and teachers in our state.
Thanks to our presenters, volunteers, vendors, and enthusiastic attendees for a great conference! If you would like to be involved in planning, running, presenting, or exhibiting at next year's conference, please complete this form
. And don't forget to complete the survey
- your feedback really helps!
Judy Dailey, ATOMIC Board, and Lorrie Quirk, President
Congratulations to this year's Awardees!
CSDE Mathematics Education Consultant
and ATOMIC Board member, Charlene
Tate Nichols, presents the Presidential
Award for Excellence in Mathematics and
Science Teaching 2013 State Finalist
Award to Jacqueline Corricelli, teacher at
Conard High School, West Hartford.
CCSU Professor Emeritus, Tim Craine presents the Robert A. Rosenbaum Award to Albina Cannavaciolo, ATOMIC Fall Conference Chair, Former President, and long-time Connecticut Mathematics Educator.
ATOMIC President, Lorrie Quirk,
presents the Mari Muri Award to Stacey
Daly, a 16-year veteran of the Madison
The Connecticut State Department of Education
has just released the Algebra 1 Model Curriculum
! This remarkable collection of instructional materials required many years of research and development, an intensive 3-year field study involving teachers and students from all over CT, and countless grant-funded and volunteer hours of writing, revising, and compiling. Many members of ATOMIC were involved with the process, and we are thrilled and proud to present it to the public, on behalf of the CDSE. The accompanying assessments will be made available to Connecticut teachers through a district representative. Congratulations to a great team on a job well done! Access to the materials is through a Moodle site; directions can be found here
The annual Connecticut American Statistical Association K-12 statistics poster competition is underway! The contest is sponsored by a non-profit organization hoping to promote math literacy among K-12 students. They have math educators and math/statistics professionals from around the area to judge the competition. Schools and students are given awards and students with winning posters are given cash prizes. Learn more at this website.