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Michigan Mathematics Educators (#MichME) is a collaborative networking group where administrators, math coaches, math specialists, and math teachers work together to learn and implement effective teaching and learning of mathematics.
Register now for #MichME in the 2020-2021 school year, we will meet virtually with educators across the state who are interested in common topics. While this is a group that will focus on what works in teaching and learning mathematics K-12, it will also offer an amazing networking and personal reflection opportunity for all involved.
While the format and cost is changing, the quality you have come to expect will not change. #MichME's core values are building relationships, cultivating a growth mindset, and deeper learning through dialogue.
In order to bring members a larger scope of learning and networking, this year #MichME is proud to partner with some of the best teachers, coaches, and consultants from the state of Michigan (e.g. Oakland Schools, Muskegon Area ISD, Calhoun ISD, Wexford-Missaukee ISD, Kent City Community Schools, Godfrey-Lee Public Schools, Zeeland Public Schools, and Waterford Schools). Membership will also open up to educators from all around the state. This enhancement will allow members additional opportunities to build relationships.
Click here to see the breakout options available this year at #MichME
Enjoy this short video from Rusty Anderson and Marcus Deja to tell you more about what to expect as a member of #MichME this year!
Math News (via The Bulletin Blog)
Upcoming Workshops and Meetings
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