The Adult Numeracy Network is the professional organization for math educators who work in adult education in the United States and a partner affiliate with the National Council of Teacher of Mathematics (NCTM).We are a community dedicated to quality mathematics instruction at the adult level. We support each other, we encourage collaboration and leadership, and we influence policy and practice in adult math instruction. Our members include teachers, tutors, researchers, administrators, and professional developers working in adult basic education (ABE), adult numeracy, high school equivalency, community colleges, developmental mathematics, and family numeracy.
Our network is a place to share the joys, challenges, resources, and insights for teaching and learning math and numeracy skills to adult learners.
All ANN members are invited to the 2022 Adult Numeracy Network Annual Membership Meeting!
When: Jun 3, 2022 2:00 PM – 3:30PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)
Please, Register in advance for this meeting
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.
It's time for our ANN annual election!
Learn about your candidates for:
Voting is open between May 10th and on June 3rd.
The SPRING 2022 Issue of the Math Practitioner is out!
Check out this issue's featured article, "Can Spacial Reasoning Skills Improve When Studied in an Online Environment?" by Shelly Leduke, CT.
To read the rest of the issue, and all available back issues, visit the Math Practitioner Archives.
Thank you to all the educators who presented and/or attended the Math & Numeracy Strand at this year's COABE Conference, virtually and in-person!
For folks who were not able to attend, check out these materials and resources:
You can find materials from previous Numeracy strand workshops and pre-conference Institutes under our professional development resources: Teaching & Learning with ANN
"I am interested in serving on the board because I greatly appreciate what ANN does by promoting numeracy at all ages and emphasizes the continued need to learn about numbers, calculations, and math for adult learners. I am passionate about this role because I lead my organization's DEI Team and I work on equity issues in DC as well. I have led my organization's staff, our board, and our volunteers on several DEI trainings, and in several DEI conversations. I am deeply committed to equity for all learners regardless of their seen or unseen disability, ethnic or racial background, socioeconomic status, gender identity, sexual orientation, or age."
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