GA2PMT Annual Meeting

Join us at GCTM’s Georgia Math Conference at Rock Eagle*
October 21, 2022

Meet Our Featured Presenters:

Bekki George

With 20 years experience as a mathematics and computer science teacher at the secondary level and more than 14 years experience as a mathematics instructor at the post-secondary level (University of Houston and Georgia Tech, Bekki George enjoys making math interesting and challenging for her own students. She is passionate about teaching and has directed outreach programs for high school Advanced Placement Calculus and Statistics teachers. She received her master’s degree in mathematics and PhD in Measurement, Quantitative Methods, and Learning Sciences from the University of Houston. Bekki has graded for AP Computer Science and Statistics and was on the curriculum committee for AP Precalculus.

Bob Amar

Bob Amar is the Upper School Math Department Head at The Lovett School in Atlanta, GA. A math teacher since 2006, he has taught all levels of high school math, including AP Calculus and AP Statistics, and has been a reader for AP Statistics the past three years. Bob is the programmer of the web-based support software for Statistical Reasoning in Sports and Statistics and Probability with Applications, and from these foundations he and Josh Tabor created Stapplet. Originally designed to be a graphing calculator replacement for students who already have internet-connected devices, the collection has expanded to include activities and the ability to collaboratively collect data. Last school year, Stapplet had over 600,000 users and over 2.1 million sessions!

All sessions are located in Rooms 1 & 2 of the Gas Building on Friday.

*Registration for the Georgia Math Conference is required to attend the GA2PMT annual meeting.  Visit to register for the conference and see for more about GA2PMT.
Lunch will be provided during the AP reading session for current GA²PMT members. 
Annual GA2PMT membership is $10, and on-site registration will be available.

Click HERE to download flyer.