Professional Development

                             

Saturday March 25, 2017 

              
  Statewide Student Math Fair  

Sponsored by the Vermont Council of Teachers of Mathematics, the 2017 Statewide Math Fair will be held at the University of Vermont on Saturday, March 25, 2017. All Vermont students are eligible to enter. Projects may be entered in the following categories:
  • Grades K-2 (Individual or Class Projects)
  • Grades 3-4 (Individual or Class Projects)
  • Grades 5-6 (Individual or Class Projects)
  • Grades 7-8 (Individual Projects)
  • Grades 9-12 (Individual Projects)
There is a limit of 6 projects per category per school. During the judging, each project must be represented by 1 or 2 students whose names appear on the project. 

To register:                     https://vctm.wildapricot.org/
Registration deadline:   February 17, 2017

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May 3 or May 4, 2017


     VTPBiS Coordinators Learning and Networking Series (half-day)

Target audience: All VTPBiS School and SU/SD Coordinators. Administrators welcome. This peer and topic-based networking series will support VTPBiS School and SU/SD Coordinators to expand their role as "coaches" in PBIS systems, data and practices. The goal of this series is to build on School and SU/SD Coordinators' current knowledge and skills to most effectively support school staff in PBIS implementation and sustainability. Each of the two half-day sessions (North and South) will include a facilitated networking session with peers and topic-based instruction to enhance PBIS coaching skills. Topics will be determined based on a survey of VTPBiS coordinators in the Fall.

Location(s):Holiday Inn, Williston Rd., So. Burlington (May 3); and Newsbank Conference Center, Chester (May 4)
Time:           9:00 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. (8:30 - 9:00 a.m. check-in)    
Cost:          *Free. *Please note that although this event is free, you must register in advance


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