2002-2003 Annual Report

 

Mathematics Teachers of Tennessee - Northwest (MT2NW)

 

  • What are your Affiliate's three most outstanding accomplishments this year?

  • Members of MT2NW provided at least 15 sessions for the TMTA Fall meeting in September of 2002.

     

    MT2NW assisted with the October, 2002 NCTM Central Regional Meeting by:

     

    • Providing committee chairpersons
    • Providing committee members
    • Providing onsite workers for equipment, duplicating, and program
    • Providing presenters for sessions
    • Planned a Spring Workshop for March 1, 2003 to provide sessions about new Terra Nova Testing, Gateway Testing and the No Child Left Behind Act

     

  • What are your Affiliate's three greatest strengths in pursuing its mission and goals?

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    • Experienced leadership
    • Dedicated and hard working membership
    • Support from The University of Tennessee at Martin's Department of Mathematics and Statistics and The Center of Excellence for Science and Mathematics Education

     

  • What are your Affiliate's three greatest challenges in pursuing its mission and goals?

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    • Recruiting new members
    • Providing quality workshops for our membership
    • Involving new people in leadership positions

     

  • How do your Affiliate's activities and publications benefit its mission and goals?

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    • By providing our membership opportunities for professional involvemnet in local, state and national matematics workshops as presenters, committee members and committee chairpersons

     

  • Report on the activities your Affiliate engaged in this past year that promote NCTM and membership. Report on the activities that your organization plans in this area for the next year.

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    Patty Flowers, our NCTM representative, maintains an NCTM booth at all local and state meetings and will continue this practice in the next year.

     

    MT2NW assisted with the October, 2002 NCTM Central Regional Meeting by:

     

    • Providing committee chairpersons
    • Providing committee members
    • Providing onsite workers for equipment, duplicating, and program

     

  • Report on your community service projects for this past year and any plans you have for the next year (Student Affiliates only)

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    • Does not apply

     

  • NCTM values its relationship with Affiliates. Please tell us how we might improve the existing services or offer new services that would best support the important work of your Affiliate.

  • Continue to provide Regional meetings such as the one in Paducah . When held in a less urban setting, these meetings involve teachers that will never have the opportunity to become involved in NCTM National meetings. These are a true service to your membership rather than just fluff and show.

 

NCTM Affiliate Annual Report

2002-03 Goals

 

Mathematics Teachers of Tennessee - Northwest (MT2NW)

 

Members of MT2NW will provide at least 8 and hopefully 15 sessions for the TMTA Fall meeting in September of 2002.

MT2NW will assist with the October, 2002 NCTM Central Regional Meeting by:

  • Providing committee chairpersons
  • Providing committee members
  • Providing onsite workers for equipment, duplicating, and program
  • Providing presenters for sessions

MT2NW will p lan a Spring Workshop for March 1, 2003 to provide sessions about new Terra Nova Testing, Gateway Testing and the No Child Left Behind Act

MT2NW will include new members in projects and activities .

MT2NW will design and maintain a website.

MT2NW will attempt to reactivate the Math Counts Competition for rural West Tennessee .

MT2NW will write a mission statement.

 

Affiliate Meetings and Activities 2002-03

September 27-28, 2002 TMTA Fall Meeting - Belmont College , Nashville , TN

October 10-12, 2002 - Central Regional Conference, "Workin' in the Standards", in Paducah , Kentucky

March 1, 2003 - MT2NW Spring Meeting - Terra Nova Testing and Gateway Updates

September 26-27, 2003 TMTA Fall Meeting - University of Memphis

 

MT2NW Officers - September, 2002 - September, 2004

President: Kathy Eskew

President-Elect: Eddie Keel

Secretary: Melanie Brown

Treasurer: Stephanie Kolitsch

NCTM Representative: Patty Flowers

 

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