The Dade County Council of Teachers of Mathematics (DCCTM) is a non-profit organization which promotes the improvement of mathematics instructional programs through cooperation and communication among the educators of mathematics in Miami-Dade County. DCCTM also provides direction and feedback to policy makers regarding mathematics issues and initiatives; and affiliate with national organizations when such affiliation seems beneficial to teaching mathematics.
DCCTM, An Affiliate of FCTM
The Purpose of Florida Council of Teachers of Mathematics, (FCTM) is to:
promote the improvement of instructional programs of mathematics in Florida;
promote cooperation and communication among the teachers of mathematics in Florida, and;
affiliate with national organizations when such affiliation seems beneficial to the interest of teaching of mathematics.
FCTM, An Affiliate of NCTM
National Council of Teachers of Mathematics, (NCTM) is a public voice of mathematics education, providing vision, leadership, and professional development to support teachers in ensuring mathematics learning of the highest quality for all students. It was founded in 1920, NCTM is the world’s largest mathematics education organization, with 100,000 members and 250 Affiliates throughout the United States and Canada.
Making A Difference In Our Local Educational Community
At DCCTM, we are recognize the importance of increasing teacher capacity and pedagogy. We promote and offer professional development opportunities to our members and educators in conjunction with MDCPS. We are always striving to make a difference in education, and invite you to learn more and lend your support.
For over 30 years, our organization has promoted the love for learning mathematics through various events, but none more so than the Math Bowl. This annual event brings hundreds of local students from both the public and private sector to compete in various activities involving mathematics.
Elementary Math Bowl
Benefits of Belonging
Membership in Dade County Council Teachers of Mathematics provides…
the opportunity to belong to an internationally recognized organization
DCCTM is an affiliate of FCTM
(Florida Council of Teachers of Mathematics) and NCTM
(National Council of Teachers of Mathematics)
the opportunity to represent your school as the Outstanding Mathematics Teacher at the Annual DCCTM Teacher Appreciation Banquet
the opportunity to receive free or reduced registration at all DCCTM events
the opportunity to receive information and participate in unique grant opportunities for you and your classroom
the opportunity to receive the latest FLDOE news
the opportunity to receive early release information about open positions in mathematics education
the opportunity for unique “members-only” offers and events
the opportunity to collaborate and serve with like-minded professionals to enhance mathematics education
Please join us by supporting our efforts to make a measurable difference in the lives of others.
Make A Difference In Your Local Educational Community
We thank all our corporate sponsors for supporting our local Mathematics Educational Community. It is with their support and friendship many events are made possible. Please visit and greet our sponsors during our events.
We wish to extend our gratitude to Belen Jesuit Preparatory for hosting our most recent Math Extravaganza and our supportive organizations for attending and providing many door prizes. It was a huge success!
Please support and visit our Corporate Sponsors during our events or online.
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NEWS & VIEWS
We are excited to announce that FCTM is offering a mentoring and collaboration for first-year members. If you are interested, please fill out the FCTM mentoring and collaboration form by 09/01. We will reach out to applicants with more information in mid-September. Please note that you must be a current FCTM member for mentorship.
If you're not a first-year math teacher but know one, please feel free to direct to this webpage or access the form on FCTM homepage at www.fctm.net.