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Spring Meeting
and Awards Banquet

at John Carroll University
Dolan Center Auditorium
Tuesday, May 6, 2014

Event Flyer


5:30-6:00p Registration, Social Time and Networking
6:00-7:00p Dinner, and Short Business Meeting
7:00-7:45p Dr. Daniel J. Brahier Speaks
7:45-8:30p GCCTM Math Educator Awards

Sorry, dinner registration has been closed.
However, a non-dinner option for anyone wishing to attend the program
and awards ceremony is available for $5 — walk-ins are welcome!

Cost: 
$25 — catered by Pizzazz!

GCCTM's Outstanding Mathematics Educator
Award Winners

Elementary Teachers
Middle School Teachers
  • Jen Detmar, Pleasant Valley Elementary
  • Kristen McGinness, Saint Gabriel
  • Kresten Patton, Crestwood Intermediate
  • Ruth Klimek, Shiloh Middle School
  • Heather Phillips, Springhill Junior High
  • Erin Sims, Lake Ridge Academy
High School Teachers
Other Educators
  • Albert Martin, Cuyahoga Heights High School
  • Mark Mulac, Laurel School
  • Beth Vavzincak, Normandy High School
  • Eileen Murphy McGuire, Lakewood Catholic
  • Jean Richardson, Mayfield City Schools
  • Char Shryock, Bay Village City Schools

Keynote Speaker
Daniel J. Brahier

Daniel Brahier is a professor of mathematics education at Bowling Green State University and also teaches junior high mathematics at St. Rose School in Perrysburg, Ohio. Throughout his career, Brahier has taught science and mathematics at the high school and middle school levels and has served as a school principal and district curriculum consultant. He is the author of several books on mathematics education, including a methods textbook, Teaching Secondary and Middle School Mathematics, and most recently served as a member of the writing team for NCTM's new Principles to Actions.

 

 


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