The History of Conceptual Math Media

Highlights from National Council of Teachers of Mathematics (NCTM) 1998 in Washington, D.C.

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Mary Kay greets Monica Collier and Jada Meeks, teachers from Humes Middle School in Memphis, Tennessee.

Monica says, "we use Equate in our Saturday Academy, the Summer Algebra Camp, and in the classroom. Students love it! They want to play almost every day. The game is filled with concepts and the students discuss these while playing. They are always trying to see who can make the longest equations. We need more games! Since we have only one game in the classroom the students fight over who is going to play. We know the administration bought a lot of them but I do not have enough for my classroom. We have video tapes of our students playing so can prove the excitment it generates. "

nctm98-2.jpg (27092 bytes) Cory Tribble of Sepulveda Middle School in North Hills, California.

Greg Miller who teaches with her won the Equate contest by making the highest score on one play. He entered to try to win a free game for Cory because she was very excited to discover the game and really wanted one.

nctm98-3.jpg (30535 bytes) Mary Kay Beavers and Ginger Riley host the Conceptual Math Media booth.

nctm98-4.jpg (23407 bytes) Ginger, Chuck, and Mary Kay.

Nice shirts!


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