2017 MCTM Institute and Conference

Begin your plans to attend the MCTM 68th Annual Institute and Conference July 25-27, 2017 in Traverse City Michigan!  The MCTM Conference Committee is preparing for your participation in workshops on assessment, teaching and learning mathematics, and in keynote sessions with noted speaker Margaret Heritage (UCLA, CRESST) - Internationally known authority on Formative Assessment.  For more details, visit our Conference page.

CCSS-M Resources Updated

Our CCSS-M resources listing has been updated as of September 1, 2014.  Check out these resources by clicking here. Our other math resources and links have also been upated, including a new Career and College Readiness section. And, check our our new Professional Learning section of our Resources section.

MCTM Online Book Club

Three exciting books are on our bookshelf for 2016-2017!

FALL:  "Balancing the Equation: A Guide to School Mathematics for Educators and Parents", by Timothy D. Kanold and Matthew R. Larson

WINTER:  "Visible Learning for Mathematics, Grades K-12: What Works Best to Optimize Student Learning", by Douglas Fisher, Nancy Frey, and John Hattie

SPRING/SUMMER:  "The Impact of Identity in K-8 Mathematics:  Rethinking Equity-Based Practices", by Julia Aguirre and Karen Mayfield Ingram

Watch for e-blasts and on Facebook and Twitter inviting you to join in the discussion.  Or, if you would like to join or have additional questions, please contact Kevin Dykema at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. and he will add you to the list of participants for these book studies.

"I hope that many of you will join with me and learn more about transforming mathematics learning and inspiring success!" - Kevin Dykema

MAISA CCSS Units now on Atlas

The MAISA CCSS-M model units are now available on the MAISA Atlas Curriculum Management software system.  They are publicly viewable with no need for a user ID or password.  Keep in mind that many units are now under revision.  Thanks go to the hundreds of Michigan mathematics educators who created and tested the units, and now to those who continue to tweak and refine them based on teacher feedback.