e had to cancel the conference in Chicago, but that does not mean the benefits of the conference cannot be realized this year. In the coming weeks MTNA will bring the conference to you by providing educational sessions, professional development and other aspects of the conference to you in a virtual format.

The 2020 MTNA Virtual Conference is designed to provide an authentic conference experience for all members of MTNA. The 2020 conference presenters have been asked to make and submit video presentation of their sessions, master classes, poster sessions and performances. Plus, all exhibitors are also being asked to participate in the virtual Exhibit Hall and Showcases.

And best of all, it is free-of-charge to all MTNA members as our way of supporting the professional teaching community during this difficult and uncertain time.

Key features of the 2020 MTNA Virtual Conference

  • FREE for all MTNA members
  • Sessions viewable at your own pace, on your own schedule
  • Content easily accessible through the MTNA website
  • Video sessions, articles, handouts, and resources
  • Digital Poster Sessions
  • Virtual Exhibit Hall and Showcases

We hope you will join us! Watch your email for more information!


Conference Committee  
E. L. Lancaster, NCTM, Calabasas, California  
Paul Adams, Lawrence, Kansas  
Yeeseon Kwon, NCTM, Morton Grove, Illinois  
Heather Smith, NCTM, Centerville, Utah  
Meggie Young, NCTM, Lima, Ohio  
Gary L. Ingle, Cincinnati, Ohio (ex officio)  
Martha Hilley, NCTM, Austin, Texas (ex officio)