Greater Cleveland Council of Teachers of Mathematics

GCCTM Fall Workshop - Saturday, November 13
(workshop postponed, new date to be determined)

Unfortunately, we had to make the decision to postpone this Saturday's workshop and reschedule it next semester. One of the greatest benefits of our workshops is the opportunity for you to discuss and share ideas with one another. That experience is richer for you and our presenters when there are more than just a handful of people in a session. We are looking to reschedule for sometime in January or February. Barring any scheduling conflicts, all of the original presenters will be there. Look for an email towards the beginning of December with dates for all of our planned activities next semester.

8:00 - 8:30 Registration/Networking/Breakfast
8:30 - 9:00 Business Meeting
9:00 - 9:45 Keynote Speaker: Kim Yoak
11:00 - 11:15 Session 1
11:30 - 12:45 Session 2
12:45 - 1:00 Wrap up and Evaluation

K - 5 Presenters:

Christin Delaney & Cheryl Brugmann
Crestwood Primary School

Kathy Mareta
Hiram College

Karen Plaster
University of Akron

6 - 12 Presenters:

Eddie Judd
Crestwood Middle School,

Stephanie Steinmetz
Chardon Middle School,

Paul Sharaba
Avon High School

Registration Form

(deadline: noon on Wednesday, November 10, 2021

A Certificate of Participation for 4 contact hours will be provided. Hours may need to be pre-approved by your local LPDC.

Event Flyer


some advantages of a GCCTM membership


  • we provide a wide variety of great local resources at a low cost of membership


  • student engagement​is as important to us as it is to you, so we help you find the resources you need to build that engagement, no matter how mathe​matics​ touches your classroom


  • we can help you build a strong professional network, ​with our membership that spans pre­ to post­service education professionals from k12 and higher education; across all areas that touch mathematics education


  • we help you n​avigate changing rules and standards ​by keeping you informed about the newest developments in math education at the local, state, and national level — so that you can focus on essentials


supporting local educators for quality teaching and learning of mathematics

To all educators who touch math education in the Greater Cleveland area, GCCTM offers the professional resources and support to help you provide quality teaching and learning in mathematics for the benefit of all students, from pre-K to university, and for the benefit of all educators, from pre-service, in-service and post-service teachers, and all teachers who touch mathematics education in their classroom whether their primary subject is math or not.