The Southwest Virginia Council of Teachers of Mathematics promotes mathematics and mathematics education to the teachers in Southwest Virginia from kindergarten to college through an annual conference. Our conferences present opportunities for teachers in the region to learn new developments in mathematics and mathematics education, the opportunity to learn new methods and skills to better teach their students, and the opportunity to see how mathematics education interconnects.
The organization strives in all learning activities to stimulate a greater interest in mathematics; to improve the teaching of mathematics at all levels; to keep teachers abreast of recent developments in the teaching of mathematics; and to promote the articulation of mathematics programs and encourage correlation of mathematics instruction at all levels.
Conferences and Events.
The annual conference hosted by the Southwest Virginia Council of Teachers of Mathematics is an amazing opportunity for math educators in the region. The conference offers a variety of workshops and seminars that will help you stay up-to-date with the latest teaching techniques and trends, and provides valuable opportunities for networking and collaboration with like-minded professionals. Attendees will also gain insights into state-wide changes in policy and curriculum, which is crucial for staying informed and effective in the classroom. This supportive and collaborative environment is the perfect place to enhance your skills and make a positive impact on your students. If you're interested in joining us, we would love to have you!
You may find the calendar on the right side helpful as it contains information on upcoming events related to mathematics education that could be of interest to you.
As a member of our community, you'll have the opportunity to participate in this incredible event, as well as connect with other educators and gain access to a wealth of resources. Our supportive and collaborative environment is the perfect place to enhance your skills and make a positive impact on your students. Our conference is typically held in September each year and offers a variety of workshops and seminars that will help you stay up-to-date with the latest teaching techniques and trends. Sign up today and help us help students ignite their love for mathematics!
The Southwest Virginia Council of Teachers of Mathematics presents three prestigious awards recognizing significant contributions and outstanding dedication to mathematics education. Forms and additional information are available within each award's section. Simply click or tap to expand.
Presenters are invited to share their expertise and insights at the Southwest Virginia Council of Teachers of Mathematics (SVCTM) Annual Conference. We welcome proposals from mathematics educators at all levels, highlighting innovative teaching methods, research findings, and best practices. Join us to inspire fellow educators, enhance your professional development, and expand your network in the field of mathematics education. Topics of interest include pedagogical approaches, technology integration, assessment practices, equity in classrooms, STEM integration, mathematical modeling, research studies, and professional development. Submit your proposal today and be a part of this enriching conference experience.
Join Us.Join the SVCTM to enhance your teaching skills, connect with like-minded educators in the region, and attend our annual conference held in September each year. Make a positive impact on your students and your career.
The Board.The SVCTM Board's Executive Committee is a constitutionally mandated group responsible for decision-making, coordination between members, and conference planning. If you're interested in joining us, please reach out via the contact form. We are always looking to diversify and broaden our scope of knowledge.
We value your feedback, inquiries, and contributions to our community of mathematics educators. Please use the contact form to connect with us, and we will respond to your message as soon as possible.