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Subj: NCTM’s Coming to Boston—Registration Now  Open!


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Invest in Your  Future and Those of Your Students—Join NCTM in  Boston 
Registration is now open for NCTM’s  Regional Conference & Exposition in 
Boston. Register now and you’ll  save up to 25% off the on-site rates! Join us 
October 21-23 to  gain valuable teaching tools, network with your peers, and get  
reenergized about teaching math! 
Why Attend? 
You’ll join thousands of your peers  engaging in hands-on workshops, 
exchanging the newest teaching tips and  techniques, discussing the latest research 
and approaches, and  discovering new products and tools in the exhibit  hall. 
Attendees will come home with tips  and tools to address their biggest 
challenges: 
    *   Engaging and motivating  students  
    *   Developing lessons and  activities  
    *   Addressing diverse learning  styles  
    *   Teaching students of varying  ability  
    *   Ensuring conceptual  understanding  
    *   Utilizing technology in the  classroom  
    *   Balancing state testing and  student understanding  
    *   Keeping aligned to  standards  
    *   And more!
Who Should  Attend? 
    *   Teachers, whether dedicated  to mathematics, or teaching multiple 
subjects  
    *   New and Preservice Teachers  (Student members receive FREE 
registration!)   
    *   Principals, Supervisors, and  Administrators  
    *   Teacher Educators—bring your  whole class!  
    *   Researchers  
    *   Mathematics Specialists and  Coaches   
    *   Curriculum  Developers  
    *   And anyone who supports  mathematics education! 
What’s  Available?

Here are just a few of the hundreds of sessions offered in  Boston:

    *   See the Math: Making  Elementary Math Visual   
    *   Games: Connecting the Mathematical  Dots   
    *   Math with a Laugh: Count on  It!  
    *   Beyond M&Ms and  Cheerios: Making Data Collection and Analysis  Fun!  
    *   Geometry and Algebra: Help  Students See the Connections  
    *   Podcasting 101: Creating  Audio/Video Connections to  your Students   
    *   Keys to Successful Teaching:  Turning Research into  Practice 
Plus a special one-day strand of  sessions focused on Deaf Education.

Need more information or reasons to attend? Check  out the full listing of 
sessions by visiting the _Online Planner_ 
(http://iem.nctm.org/link.php?M=267&N=174&L=519&F=H) . Use it to get funding approval, plan your schedule, and see  
what sessions are right for you and your needs.  

Visit _www.nctm.org/boston_ 
(http://iem.nctm.org/link.php?M=267&N=174&L=525&F=H)  for up-to-date information about sessions, featured speakers,  the 
exhibit hall, travel to Boston, and  more.

P.S. Can’t  make it to Boston? NCTM is headed to Minneapolis and Nashville 
for  additional regional conferences this fall. Registration for these  meetings 
opens soon. Check out _www.nctm.org/meetings_ 
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