About Lee Stiff
NCSU Professor
Keynote Speaker
Textbook Author
NCTM President

Workshop for Ghanaian Teachers Dr. Stiff is a frequent speaker at state, national, and international math education conferences. He has conducted workshops for elementary, middle grades, high school, and college teachers of mathematics in American Samoa, Bermuda, Canada, China, Ethiopia, Ghana, Japan, Mexico, Puerto Rico, the Virgin Islands, and nearly all 50 states of the United States. He is pictured here conducting a workshop for elementary teachers in Ghana, West Africa. In recent summers, he has conducted professional development workshops for Atlanta Public Schools, working with elementary and middle grades teachers of mathematics.

In addition to working with classroom teachers, he is a popular keynote speaker at meetings that serve the needs of school leadership, such as the National Middle School Association, the Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development, the National Alliance of Black School Educators, and the Metropolitan Regional Educational Service Agency /Georgia DOE Summer Conference, as well as school leaders of the National Council of Supervisors of Mathematics and  the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics.

''Why must so many children suffer the injustice of an inadequate mathematics education? Especially when five consecutive years of good mathematics instruction eliminates the achievement gap among all students.''  

Dr. Stiff travels widely to share this message and help improve the teaching of mathematics. He recently spoke to educators at the National Alliance of Black School Educators Conference, giving a talk entitled "What You Know for Sure." During this academic year, he has given presentations to teachers, curriculum specialists, and administrators interested in a high quality mathematics education for all children in: Seattle, Chicago, Houston, Atlanta, Nashville, San Francisco, San Jose, New Orleans, Hartford, San Antonio, Baltimore, and Orlando.

No presentations are available at this time.