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Outstanding Mathematics Teacher Awards
The Louisiana Association of Teachers of Mathematics (LATM) honors outstanding elementary, middle, and high school teachers from participating schools each year. LATM also honors an outstanding new teacher who is in his/her first three years of teaching. We also honor an outstanding mathematics educator, which can include supervisors, coaches, lead teachers, university instructors, Department of Education personnel or others who have made a significant contribution to mathematics education (non K-12 classroom teacher). One of the goals of LATM is to honor and recognize those individuals who model and promote standards-based mathematics teaching and learning for their students. If the nominee is not a current member of LATM, a membership form must accompany the award application. The membership form can be found under the membership link on this website.
To submit an appliation visit:
Deadline: April 1, 2017
2016 Outstanding Mathematics Teacher Awards
LATM is pleased to announce the recipients for the 2016 LATM Awards. They are as follows:
2016 LATM Outstanding Elementary School Math Teacher:
Tiffany May – Mayfair Laboratory School in East Baton Rouge Parish School District
2016 LATM Outstanding Middle School Math Teacher:
Bennett Becnell – Napoleonville Middle School in Assumption Parish School District
2016 LATM Outstanding High School Math Teacher:
Amanda LaFollette – Mansfield High School in DeSoto Parish School District
2016 LATM Outstanding New Math Teacher:
Nikki Martien – Delhi Elementary School in Richland Parish School District
2016 LATM Outstanding Math Educator:
Louisa Hodges –Wedgewood Elementary School in East Baton Rouge Parish School District
LATM Lifetime Service Award
The Lifetime Service to Math Education Award recognizes an LATM member for distinguished service in the field of mathematics education. LATM members in good standing are invited to share in the selection process by sending nominations and a rationale for each nomination to the current LATM President via this nomination form link for review by the selection committee.
The award is designed to recognize an LATM member who has made extraordinary contributions to the advancement of math education in mathematics and/or mathematics teaching over a significant period of time. The recipient may be a former LATM officer, a current or former school administrator, state department of education employee, elected official, or other individual who meets the stated criteria. The nominee must have been a member of LATM for a minimum of 5 years.
Nell McAnelly Receives the 2016 LATM Lifetime Service to Math Education Award
LATM Travel Grants
Congratulations to this year's LATM Travel Grant recipients:
Applications for the 2017 Travel Grants will be available in Spring 2017.
QSM Submissions for 2017-18
The Quality Science and Mathematics Competitive Grant Application for K-12 Regular Education Teachers in Louisiana Public Schools is now OPEN! Looking for a way to purchase classroom math and science materials? The answer might be waiting for you through the Quality Math and Science Grant Program. The QSM program administered by the Gordon Cain STEM Center at LSU (http://www.cain.lsu.edu) will award state-funded grants to eligible classroom teachers for the 2016-17 school year. Proposal information will be aviailable summer 2017.
You are eligible to submit an application for up to $750 to purchase non-consumable science or math instructional materials if you are a K-12 regular education teacher working in a Louisiana public school. Charter schools are public schools.
Find out more at: https://qualityscienceandmathgrantprogram.communityforce.com.
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The Carol Meyer Scholarship Award
LATM is pleased to honor the memory of Carol Meyer, an elementary school mathematics teacher who died unexpectedly at an early age. Carol loved mathematics and was a recipient of the Presidential Award for Excellence in Mathematics and Science Teaching. She was an outstanding math teacher and a fervent worker on the LATM executive board. She was always generous in sharing her love of math with her students and fellow teachers.
In Carol's memory, the Louisiana Association of Teachers of Mathematics is pleased to award two $500.00 scholarships each year to college upperclassmen with a declared major in elementary education, mathematics education, or mathematics. In addition to the scholarship, the awardees shall receive complimentary LATM student memberships. It is our hope that another future outstanding mathematics teacher or mathematician will be helped along the way by this award.
The Presidential Award for Excellence in
Mathematics and Science Teaching