The BCAMT wishes everyone
a happy, "mathy" 2023!

We have some great events planned for this year, starting with BCAMT Reads on Wednesday, February 22 and BCAMT Listens on Wednesday, March 8. Check back regularly for more information on those exciting pro-d opportunities...and more....

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Wednesday, February 22

Purchase and curl up with Karim Ani’s Dear Citizen Math and then join host Sean Chorney and other participants to talk about what you’ve learned.

Complete the registration form and join us online on February 22. Whether you are a BC math teacher of primary, intermediate, middle years, or secondary, you are welcome! 

We hope that this is the first of several BCAMT Reads meetings that we are able to facilitate this year. Stay tuned!

BCAMT Listens

Wednesday, March 8

We invite educators to participate in an opportunity to deepen understandings of inclusion for all students in mathematics. In this session we will discuss an NCSM Leadership in Mathematics Education Learning podcast featuring Rachel Lambert, whose work “investigates the intersections between disability studies in education and mathematics education.” Rachel is a former classroom and special education teacher who now researches neurodiversity and learning mathematics. To learn more about Rachel and her work, visit her website, mathematizing4all.

Participants in the series will listen to NCSM podcast #68 “#DeleteDeficitThinking: How changing beliefs can transform our mathematics classrooms” before the discussion on March 8th.

Then, join us 4:30-5:30pm via Zoom to discuss how the ideas in the podcast can contribute to inclusion in our classrooms. The session will be hosted by Jess Kyle and Darcy House of the BCAMT executive.

To register and receive the Zoom link, please fill out this form.

We look forward to continuing the theme of our fall conference “A Space To Belong” through this exploration of Rachel’s work in inclusion.

  • 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.