Welcome to RIMTA

RIMTA's GRANTS - Register Today! Don't miss out!

RIMTA's Teacher Grants RIMTA will award grants up to $250 to math teachers of any grade level.  The award money is to be used to support new, high impact ideas (not existing projects within the classroom) to support best teaching practices.  Applications must be received electronically no later than August 1st by noon.  Link on Teacher Grants in the left margin to get more information and apply. DON'T MISS OUT!!

and the ATMNE Winter Newsletter! They are both jam-packed with instructional ideas, professional development opportunities and information about regional happenings! Don't miss out!

Some people were interested in the Random Name Generator used for the raffle. It is a free site at http://primaryschoolict.com/random-name-selector/#

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Note the updated links on the Common Core and Other Standards page to the left to support you as you prepare for the upcoming school year. Let us know if there are other resources that would be useful to include!

A RIMTA membership gives you membership to both RIMTA and ATMNE (Association of Teachers of Mathematics in New England). You will receive discounts on RIMTA and ATMNE conferences and events, access to the RIMTA listserv, a quarterly RIMTA newsletter, ATMNE newsletter and journal providing you with information on what's new in math education, NCTM, frameworks, Common Core State Standards, RIMTA contests and grants, Math League results, conferences, math sites, and much, much more!

Membership in a professional organization is also helpful on Teacher Evaluations!

The purposes of the Rhode Island Mathematics Teachers Association are:

  • to promote an active interest in mathematics and its applications
  • to provide opportunities for the exchange of ideas and materials related to the instruction of mathematics
  • to work for the improvement of mathematics instruction at all levels
  • to further the cooperative study of problems related to the teaching of mathematics at the elementary, middle school, high school, and college level