Herricks Community Center; 999 Herricks Road, Room 202, New Hyde Park, NY 11040-1353
Tel. (516) 747-0777 / E-Mail: info@mathmuseum.org

Staff Development Workshops for Teachers

The Goudreau Math Museum offers workshops for staff development. Workshops can be done either at the Goudreau Museum, located in New Hyde Park, NY, or at your school. Programs are tailored to the needs of your group.  Call to discuss your needs and fees.

Many components of staff development workshops correspond to workshops that are regularly offered to students at the Goudreau Museum.  Activities can be easily implemented into teachers classrooms. Click here to see some of the topics included.

Phone: 516-747-0777 E-Mail: info@mathmuseum.org

Check out these professional organizations for additional mathematics education workshops in the region:

Nassau County Mathematics Teachers Association.  
Highlights:  Fall Kickoff  (October 2005); CHAT, Calculators and Computers Help All Teachers (October 29th, 2005); How to...Make Math Count Conference, for teachers of K-8 (January 13th  2006); Family Math Day (April 2006)

National Council of Teachers of Mathematics.
Regional Conference:  Hartford, Connecticut, October 6-8, 2005, Annual Meeting: St. Louis, Missouri, April 26-29, 2006 

Association of Mathematics Teachers of New York State.
55th Annual Meeting:  Buffalo, New York, November 3-5, 2005. 

Association of Teachers of Mathematics of New York City. "ATM"
Annual Fall Conference:  November 19, 2005. Hunter College, NYC.

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