CMT is a publication of CCTM that is published three times a year. CMT depends on the contributions of its members for its success.

Welcome to the new, digital CCTM journal - The Colorado Mathematics Teacher! We hope that you will enjoy using the articles and activities in this new, accessible format. With this change, we have been able to include additional information and, hopefully, a more extensive selection of activities for all members. Current issues of the CMT are available to members only.

Call for Articles and Activities

Readers are invited to submit reviews, announcements, letters, articles or activities for possible publication in the CMT. Deadlines for submissions are March 1st for the Spring issue, July 1st for the Summer/Fall Issue, and November 1st for the Winter Issue. Current topics of interest include:

ISSUES: TOPICS

Fall 2017: Reasoning and Problem Solving (Part 3)

Spring 2017: Reasoning and Problem Solving (Part 2)

Winter 2017: Reasoning and Problem Solving (Part 1)

Fall 2016: Procedural Fluency & Mathematical Discourse

Spring 2016: A growth mindset for students and teachers

Winter 2016: From Principles to Actions: Pose Purposeful Questions; and Elicit and Use Evidence of Student Thinking

Fall 2015: Starting Off the New School Year

Spring 2015: Mathematical Practice Standard 8 (MP8): Look for and express regularity in repeated reasoning

Winter 2015: Getting Ready for PARCC; Math Practice Standard 7 (MP7): Look For and Make Sense of Structure

Fall 2014: Mathematical Practice Standard 2 (MP2): Reason abstractly and quantitatively

Spring 2014: Mathematical Practice Standard 4: Model with Mathematics

Winter 2013: Making sense of problems and persevering in solving them

Fall 2013: Use Appropriate Tools Strategically

Spring 2013 (Magazine Format, Printable Format): Designing Assessments to Meet the New Standards

Winter 2012: Standards for Mathematical Practice; Increasing Productivity and Saving Time with Technology: Three Practical Tips; Learning to tinker; Enhancing Mathematical Learning in a Technology-Rich Environment; Technology Enhances Student Learning across the Curriculum

Summer/Fall 2012: Mathematics Concept Maps: Assessing Connections Alternate Forms of Assessment

Spring 2012: Rocky Mountain Math Teachers' Circle: Math Circles Flourish Throughout the Front Range; Junior Achievement Finance Part: Solving Innumeracy with financial Literacy; Place Value and Financial Literacy: Understanding Place Value

Winter 2011: Savvy Students: Helping Students Become Savvy Investors in themselves: Helping them "Do the Math"; Making it Happen A Guide to Interpreting and Implementing Common Core State Standards for Mathematics

Summer 2011: Student - Centered Strategy: Tailoring Tasks to Meet Students' Needs; "Why Did You Do That?" Reasoning in Algebra Classrooms; Innovative Mathematics: Visible Thinking and Group Worthy Problems

Spring 2011: Integrating Mathematics and Science: Stimulating Digital Circuits; Learning Progressions and Rtl: Diagnostic Assessment

Winter 2010: Assessing Concepts of Length: Understanding the Development of Students' Thinking about Length

Summer 2010: Contextualizing Mathematics Instruction: A Powerful Experience For All Learners