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Mathematics Vision Statement
The Prince William County Schools Mathematics program promotes an environment in which students develop a comprehensive and enduring understanding of the concepts of mathematics. Students learn to effectively apply these concepts and use a variety of problem solving strategies. The program nurtures a productive disposition toward mathematics, challenges all learners and supports further investigations in this field.

New Mathematics Professional Development Opportunities
This flyer details several new professional development opportunities for elementary teachers. A couple of these workshops are starting soon - grade 3 Fractions (MAT 214.32) and grade 4 and 5 fractions (MAT 218.45). Review the flyer for details about these and other great opportunities!†
Battlefields of Northern Virginia Council of Teachers of Mathematics (BNVCTM) Announces its Spring Conference - Registration is Open

The Battlefields of Northern Virginia Council of Teachers of Mathematics (BNVCTM) will host their†spring conference on Saturday, March 7, 2015. The conference will be held from 8:00- 1:00 at Benton Middle School. Please complete this registration form. On-site registration will be available. PWCS teachers also need to register for MAT 702 in the online catalog to receive credit for attending.
Battlefields of Northern Virginia Council of Teachers of Mathematics (BNVCTM) Seeking Presenters for Upcoming Spring Conference
The Battlefields of Northern Virginia Council of Teachers of Mathematics (BNVCTM) will be hosting its spring conference on Saturday, March 7, 2015. †Presenters are needed for all levels.†This is an opportunity to share†great ideas,†lessons, and activities†you are doing in your math classes with other teachers across PWCS. Presenters will earn 15 recertification hours in addition to 5†recertification hours for attending the conference.†Please complete the following form if you are interested in presenting at this great local conference.
Proposal for†BNVCTM†Presentation
2014-15 Elementary New Teacher Induction: Content Workshops
These content-focused workshops are designed for elementary teachers new to PWCS. Teachers will attend three full days for their grade level. During these sessions, teachers will gain an understanding of specific content expectations for their grade level and the depth of knowledge expected of their students in the core content areas. Instructional strategies and resources will be shared. †This chart includes dates for all grade levels (K-5), the specific content areas of focus for each session, and registration information. All elementary content teachers new to PWCS should register in the Professional Learnings Catalog for the course number designated for their grade level.
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