Resources

ICTM offers several resources to the general public, not just to our members.  However, these resources continue to be available only because of our strong member base who continue to contribute through their dues, times, and participation.

Publications

Webinar Recordings - ICTM hosts regular webinar sessions focused on important topics in mathematics education. Sessions are recorded and shared on our website.

IMT Journal - The Illinois Mathematics Teacher is the official journal of ICTM and provides ideas and information for mathematics teachers at all levels of curriculum.

ICTM Video Library - Selected videos can be found on our YouTube channel called ictmmediaVideos include featured presentations from past ICTM and NCTM conferences, and other math education related talks.

The ICTM Bulletin - The ICTM Bulletin is a publication is produced quarterly and contains messages from our board members, classroom activities, and more.  The bulletin is currently in a transition phase as it is moving to a more regular electronic format.

 

Curriculum Resources

Common Core Resource List - This is a list of websites that are useful for getting to know Common Core.

Parent Guide - In 1999 ICTM created a guide for parents to help them navigate the new landscape of mathematics education.  This guide has now been updated as of Jan 2015 to reflect the new Common Core Standards philosophies.

Geometry Problems - Created by John Benson.

Calculus Problems - Created by John Benson.

Pi Day - A list of resources to help celebrate the most beloved of holidays!

 

Interactive Resources

E-Lists - You don't have to be a member to sign-up for our ICTM E-List.  This is an email list where you can discuss important issues in mathematics education, post job openings, or ask for guidance from your educator peers.  You can also unsubscribe from this list by clicking the link as well.

Facebook - Check out our ICTM Facebook page and hit the like button!

Twitter - We often hold Twitter chat using the handle #ILmathchat.  Join in!

Featured Blogs - Here are links to several math education blogs maintained by Illinois teachers.  Click on the white circles on the interactive image to view the different blogs.