ADULT NUMERACY NETWORK
The Math Practitioner has won the NCTM 2021 Publication Award for Outstanding Newsletter. Congratulations to everyone involved in making our newsletter such a vibrant resource!
The Math Practitioner has been the voice of the Adult Numeracy Network since 1994. Three issues of The Math Practitioner are published every year, with each issue full of articles, lessons, rich activities, practical ideas, and stories from adult numeracy classrooms across the US.
The Fall/Winter 2021 Issue is out!
Check out this issue's featured article, "Rehumanizing Mathematics Through Collecting and Representing Data" by Amy Vickers, WI. To read the rest of the issue, and all available back issues, visit the Math Practitioner Archives.
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CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS:
LET ANN CELEBRATE THE WORK YOU DO!
We encourage submissions of articles, activities, and other items of interest related to math for adult learners. Below are some ideas you might consider when thinking about what to submit, but please don’t feel limited to what follows.
Submissions can be short blurbs, 350-400 words, or longer articles, 500- 700+ words. Pictures or graphics are welcome!
Please direct all correspondence to: Patricia Helmuth, Editor
For back issues, visit The Math Practitioner Archives
From the beginning, ANN has focused on conceptual understanding, sense-making, and valuing the informal and alternative ways students solve problems. Reading through back issues, you'll find none of it feels dated. Each issue is full of great problems you can use in your next class certainly, but it is also full of the energy and joy of 25 years of teachers comparing notes with each other, trying to find more universal truths in their instruction.