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Upcoming Events

Fall Conference 2023

Friday, October 20 - Guildord Park Secondary, Surrey

We are excited to be meeting in person for our Fall Conference which will take place in Surrey, BC (Guildford Park Secondary) on October 20, 2023. Our theme is Learning Mathematics: It’s Relational! We are also offering a virtual option for those who are unable to travel to Surrey. Stay tuned for a link to our conference website coming soon which will have more information (registration, featured speakers, etc).

We are now accepting proposals for in-person workshops for our fall conference to take place in Surrey, BC on October 20, 2023.

We invite you to share your teaching practices with your colleagues from across the province! The theme of this year’s conference is Learning Mathematics: It’s Relational! Special consideration will be given to workshops that will help teachers build relationships, both mathematical and interpersonal.

To submit your workshop proposal you will need to complete a short form. In addition to a workshop title and description, you will be asked to select the grade band(s) of your intended audience, to include a short biography, and to upload a photo (optional).

The deadline to submit a proposal is May 31, 2023.

Proposals will be reviewed in June. Applicants will be informed of the status of their proposals by June 30. If accepted, the lead speaker will receive complimentary registration to our conference.

  • Vector

    Vector is the flagship journal of the BCAMT with a history dating back to 1962. The articles published in Vector are written by teachers, mathematics education researchers, and mathematicians.

  • Join

    The BCAMT listserv is an excellent way to get the latest developments first hand and also provide yourself with an arena to be heard. The listserv connects math teachers who are ready and willing to share advice and expertise.

  • Questions?

    Here you will find official BCAMT publications that outline our beliefs for mathematics education. Selecting the images or links will open documents in a new browser tab.

  • Reads

    The BCAMT supports members by hosting virtual gatherings to discuss books related to mathematics and/or education. The BCAMT also recommends interesting titles and provides helpful tips if you and your colleagues are looking to launch a book club at your school or in your district.

  • Webinars

    Here you will find links to various online professional development series that the BCAMT has offered. Each professional development series consists of multiple sessions, with recordings and slides / notes / supporting information available where applicable.

  • Resources

    A collection of resources recommended by BCAMT Executive members to help your mathematics programs reflect the themes in the curriculum.