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Get Involved in Colorado Mathematics Education
CoMath is a listserv designed to bring content, news, and information to support quality mathematics education to educators in Colorado. CoMath is Colorado's original social network for mathematics educators, and owes its origins to rural math teachers from around the state who started the listserv in the 1990s. Today, CoMath generally features:
- 1-3 posts per week from members with information about events, professional learning opportunities, job postings, news items of interest, or questions for the field
- Regular posts from Raymond Johnson, CDE Mathematics Content Specialist, about the latest in mathematics education
- Moderated, non-commercial content
To sign up for CoMath, or to have an item included in a CoMath Update, email Raymond Johnson.
Colorado Teacher Organizations for Mathematics Educators
CCTM is an affiliate of the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics (NCTM), the largest professional organization of mathematics teachers in the country. CCTM serves its membership by hosting an annual conference, publishing a journal three times a year, providing grants to communities of learners, recognizing outstanding teachers and teacher leaders with annual awards.
Colorado Mathematics Leaders (CML)
CML is an affiliate of the National Council of Supervisors Mathematics and is comprised of district mathematics leaders (math specialists, coordinators, coaches, TOSAs, department chairs, consultants, etc.) from across the state of Colorado. They meet monthly throughout the school year to share questions, resources, and support. The meeting schedule for the current school year can be found below under Events. For more information, or to be added to the CML mailing list, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
CoMMIT is a group of leaders in math and special education who collaborate to help solve the challenges we share in working to serve the needs of all learners in math education, especially those who struggle most. CoMMIT meets semi-regularly as group needs dictate. More resources and contact information can be found on the CoMMIT website.