What is #noycechat?

#noycechat started as a way for UNL (University of Nebraska - Lincoln) Noyce Master Teaching Fellows to continue conversations after face to face meetings. Since the first few sessions, the focus of the chat has shifted to issues K-12 math educators face in teaching children and seeking professional development.

Sundays, 7:00 - 8:00 pm CST

Sunday 2/15/15 Resources for early career math teachers
Sunday 2/8/15 Mr. Aaberg's HS students that are aspiring math Ts visit UNO, ask ?s
Sunday 2/1/15 No chat held due to Super Bowl
Sunday 1/25/15 Getting Away from Answer Getting
Sunday 1/18/15 Calculators
Sunday 1/11/15 What TLs Can Do to Support Novice Math Teachers
Sunday 1/4/15 No chat held due to Winter Break
Sunday 12/28/14 No chat held due to Winter Break
Sunday 12/21/14 No chat held due to Winter Break
Sunday 12/14/14 Open Mic Night (turns into Geogebra exploration of number lines)
Sunday 12/7/14 No chat held due to presentation at NE Summit for Math/Sci Ed
Sunday 11/30/14 No chat held due to Thanksgiving break
Chat #9, Sunday 11/23/14, Selected 2014 UNL Math Day Probe I Problems
Chat #8, Sunday 11/16/14, An Octagon, An Input, and a Sock Drawer
Elevating and Celebrating Effective Teachers Conference, Omaha, 11/15/14
Chat #7, Sunday 11/9/14, Let's Do Some Math Together
Chat #6, Sunday 11/2/14, Discussion: Lesson on Measurement and Units
Chat #5, Sunday 10/26/14, Getting the Most Out of Teacher Collaboration
Chat #4, Thursday 10/23/14, Give a Problem, Get a Problem
Chat #3, Sunday 10/19/14, Questioning and Questioning Techniques
Chat #2, Sunday 10/12/14, Collaboration in Teaching
Chat #1, Sunday 10/5/14, Sharing Resources