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Friday, November 15


122: Brilliant Change: Equal Share Problems to Alluring Fractions PSCC, Smoke Tree AAmy Wert • Cristina Quiroga 123: Enriching the Classroom with Supplemental Problem Solving PSCC, Smoke Tree ENoah Prince 124: Let's Talk Fractions Renaissance, Mojave Lrng CtrJulie Joseph 125: My Students Won't Talk Now What? Zoso, Palladium NorthGloria Weinberg • Sarah Brewer 105: Creating Interesting Ways for Students to be Right AND Wrong Renaissance, CatalinaEli Luberoff 163: Google Classroom to Foster a Mathematical Growth Mindset PSCC, Smoke Tree DAnna Bathgate • Edward Lee 165: Rehumanizing Math with Culturally Responsive Math Teaching Renaissance, Pueblo BLacy Knight • Susie Min 166: Another Look at Grading Practices and Increased Achievement Hilton, Oasis 3Michael Doll CANCELLED: 162: Investigate Free Apps that Collect & Compile Formative Data PSCC, Primrose CHannah Ryan 142: How to Teach Standards-Based Lessons for Social Justice PSCC, Mesquite CLucy Rodriguez • Ivan Cheng 143: Who Needs Rules? Teach Integer Operations with Card Games! PSCC, Mesquite GJana Jones 144: Seeing the Beauty of Mathematics through Rich Math Tasks PSCC, Smoke Tree FNancy Butler Wolf • Alexis Wolf 145: Using Flipgrid and other Tech to Promote Math Talk Renaissance, Pueblo ALisa Michel • Kelley Wilcox 146: It's All Fun and Math Games Until Someone Loses A Die Renaissance, San JacintoJohn Felling 147: Context for Learning—Establishing the Why Within the Math Renaissance, VenturaJenise Sexton 148: Discovering the Beauty in Patterning and Play Hilton, Oasis 2Alecia McGill 149: Uncover the Brilliance Under Their Surface Hilton, Plaza DNicholas Restivo 151: Communication Strategies that Enhance All 7–12 Math Classes Hilton, TapestryRobert Gerver 152: Create Formative and Summative Assessments in Illuminate PSCC, Mesquite DRay Mynster 153: MRWC: New 12th Grade Course for Understanding and Engagement PSCC, Mesquite FLilian Metlitzky • Wendy Marquez 154: From IDK to QED: Communicating in the Math Classroom PSCC, Mesquite HBarbara Montgomery • Sarah Stecher 155: From Passive to Active Math Class PSCC, Smoke Tree BSherrina Clark • Tonya Parham 156: Mathematical Modeling with Functions PSCC, Smoke Tree CJoanne Rossi Becker 157: Bring Your Geometry Lessons to Life with Desmos Geometry Renaissance, Santa RosaLeonardo Gonzalez • Elda De Leon 158: Quad Squad: Using Circles to Build Intuition and Reasoning Renaissance, SierraSarah Galasso 159: Mathematics is Learning Hilton, Palm CanyonJoshua Bean 183: Practice Coaching for Equity: Shifting Discourse Zoso, Palladium SouthNova Katz • Sara Goytia 103: Countering Deficit Myths about Students with Disabilities PSCC, Primrose ARachel Lambert 104: Talk Number 2 Me: Mathematics & Mindfulness PSCC, Primrose BChristina Lincoln-Moore 172: Math Recess—a Call for Equity PSCC, Mesquite AChristopher Brownell 173: Ten tips to thrive in your first five years of teaching PSCC, Mesquite ESean Nank 174: Rethinking & Reimagining the Mathematics Classroom PSCC, Primrose DEric Milou 175: Giving and receiving with Global PD—What's in it for you? Hilton, Horizon IIChadd McGlone • Steve Leinwand 176: Bringing Out Their Brilliance Hilton, Plaza AKelly Soesman 177: Purposeful Questioning = access ownership and brilliance Hilton, Plaza BMardi Gale 178: NASA’s Scale of Discovery: Fractions Ratios & Conversions Zoso, FillmoreBarbie Buckner • Sue Nichols 112: The Key Ingredients for Creating Mini-Mathematicians Renaissance, AndreasJeremy Centeno 113: Digital Games and Manipulatives: Learning or not? Renaissance, CactusCaroline Courter 114: Play and Learn Math: Number Sense Renaissance, Chino ASusan Kunze • Michelle Kubiak 102: Building Math Residue with Lessons that Stick PSCC, Oasis 3Graham Fletcher 106: Coaching for Coherent Fraction Understanding K–5 Zoso, Woodstock TwoKristin Gray • Michael Nakamaye 132: Productive Struggle for All PSCC, Mesquite BMark Alcorn 133: Keep Moving Forward: How We Raised Our Scores by 10% Hilton, Horizon IKristen Acosta • Stacy Zagurski 134: Level Up Tech in Math with SAMR Zoso, Woodstock ThreeSussan De Matta • Kristina Roche 135: Focus on the Question: Elementary Edition Renaissance, Chino BCatherine Vittorio • Denise Cates-Darnell 182: Why Lesson Study? Because Silos Stifle Brilliant Teaching Hilton, Plaza CChase Orton 184: Getting Beyond Casual Coaching Encounters Zoso, Woodstock OneLori Fury


222: Unearth The Beauty in Teaching With Well-Crafted Math Games! Zoso, Woodstock ThreeNancy Paulson 223: A Fraction Progression with Virtual Manipulatives PSCC, Smoke Tree ATod Johnston • Lori Bluemel 262: Giving Grades When You Don't Believe in Grades PSCC, Primrose DAvery Pickford 263: Do you Desmos? Dynamic geometry tools for your classroom PSCC, Smoke Tree CKathy Henderson • Jay Chow 265: Up for Debate! An Introduction to Debate Routines in Math Renaissance, CatalinaChris Luzniak 266: Flourishing in Geometry: Beauty Beyond the Core Renaissance, Pueblo BBrent Ferguson 267: Magnify Your Students’ Brilliance Using Writing in Math Renaissance, San JacintoKimberly Samaniego 268: Structures and Strategies to Support Struggling Learners Renaissance, Santa RosaShelley Kriegler • Cynthia Raff 269: Just Math: Meaningful Questions and Data Renaissance, VenturaStephen Sher • Dina Williams 203: Leo’s Pattern: A Rich and Engaging Math Unit PSCC, Primrose ABrad Fulton 242: Using Tape Diagrams to Solve Ratio and Proportion Problems PSCC, Mesquite GJana Jones 243: The beauty of visual models: making sense of fractions PSCC, Mesquite HPeter Glynn 245: The Beauty of Using Algebra Tiles with MS Students Renaissance, SierraGlenda Wilkins 246: Best Practices for Practice Hilton, Horizon IIDoug McKenzie 251: Alternative Paths to Graduation for Students Who Struggle Hilton, TapestryRobert Gerver 252: How to Raise Test Scores Without “Teaching to the Test” PSCC, Mesquite CIvan Cheng • Angelica Morfin 253: Unlocking the Beauty and Brilliance of Statistical Inference PSCC, Mesquite DDaren Starnes 254: Students Shine with Standards-Based Learning of Mathematics PSCC, Mesquite EKaren Hernandez • Courtney Anziano 255: MRWC: Strengthening graphical reasoning in high school math PSCC, Mesquite FGreisy Landman 256: Driving Discussions Using Student Collected Data PSCC, Smoke Tree BKatherine Martinez 257: The Beauty of Problem Solving = Brilliant Math Students PSCC, Smoke Tree DLouis Oakley • Armando Martinez-Cruz 258: In Celebration of Ignorance Hilton, Palm CanyonJoshua Bean 259: Assessing for What Students Know Instead of What They Don't Hilton, Plaza DSarah Strong • Taya Chase 282: Collaborative Coaching: How do we learn together as a team? Hilton, Plaza CNicora Placa 283: A Continuous Improvement Network to Build Brilliance in All Zoso, Palladium SouthChristine Roberts • Stephanie Verners 204: Implementing Socially Impactful Mathematics Lessons PSCC, Primrose BKristopher Childs 205: Supporting Equity: What We Are Learning at Illustrative Math PSCC, Primrose CWilliam McCallum • Dionne Samb 272: Do This Not That! Student-Centered Teaching Moves PSCC, Mesquite AJessica Borah • Kim Hollowell 273: Resisting the Culture of Exclusion Renaissance, AndreasShirley Roath 274: Centering Asian Americans in Social Justice Mathematics Hilton, Oasis 2Juliet Lee • Jane Kim 275: Students Shine with Bar Models from Subtraction to Systems Hilton, Oasis 3David Mattoon • Derek Rouch 276: 8 Moves to Harness the Power of Mathematical Discourse! Hilton, Plaza ADawn Caine 277: Productive Struggle: building brilliance and understanding Hilton, Plaza BMardi Gale 278: Math Language Routines to Build a Learning Community for ALL Zoso, Palladium NorthDuane Habecker 212: I think ... doesn't belong because ... Renaissance, CactusJennifer Bell 213: Building Coherent & Harmonious Primary Math Foundations Renaissance, Chino ALinda Roach • Joan Commons 214: Planning with Learning Progressions in Mind Renaissance, Chino BRicardo Ruiz 202: Lost in Translation: From Writers’ Workshop to Math Groups PSCC, Oasis 3Tracy Zager 232: Building Mathematical Brilliance: The 411 on ELLs PSCC, Mesquite BAndrea Kotowski 233: Eureka! The SEL-Math Connection Renaissance, Pueblo AJoseph Roicki 234: Pathways to Equity in the Elementary Mathematics Classroom Zoso, FillmoreNicole Jawhari 235: Using Marie Kondo to reignite your math block! Renaissance, Mojave Lrng CtrMatt Sheelen • Ruth Smith 236: Learn through Routines in Illustrative Math K–5 Curriculum Zoso, Woodstock TwoJody Guarino • Kristin Gray 284: Experience the Number Talks Continuum Zoso, Woodstock OneTara Goines


322: Increase Your Super Powers with Pear Deck and SBAC PSCC, Primrose DCassandra Gartung • Tonja Parkin 323: Count Club: Collections with Unit Fractions PSCC, Smoke Tree ASarah Dovetko • Ryan Rexer 362: Formative Assessment in the Modern Math Classroom PSCC, Smoke Tree EBrian Gervase 363: Using Debate as Assessment Renaissance, CatalinaChris Luzniak 364: Clothesline Math: Statistics on the Open Number Line Renaissance, Mojave Lrng CtrChris Shore 365: Building Brilliance by using Assessment Data Renaissance, Pueblo BCarol Treglio 366: Better together: classroom culture for the win Hilton, Oasis 2Aimee Buttweiler 367: What Are Multiple Choice Tests Good For? Hilton, TapestryJudy Kysh 368: The What-If Machine PSCC, Mesquite CDaniel Luevanos • Shelley Carranza 369: How to Help Students Become Problem Solvers Not Math Robots PSCC, Oasis 3Robert Kaplinsky 342: Unlocking Algebra PSCC, Mesquite GCrystal Lopez 343: Access-orizing ratio and percentage with the unitary method Renaissance, AndreasCassandra Turner • Elizabeth Curran 344: Re-humanizing Mathematics Instruction Using Re-engagement Renaissance, Santa RosaCecilio Dimas 345: Escape Room Math Renaissance, SierraDiane Gutierrez • Tiffany Zick 346: Building Powerful Problem Solvers Hilton, Horizon IRhonda McEntee 347: Essentials to Get Struggling Middle Schoolers Back on Track Hilton, Palm CanyonMark Goldstein • Cynthia Raff 348: Use Anchor Charts to Make Math More Accessible Hilton, Plaza AMartin Joyce 349: Integers—Beauty in math has to be about more than rules Hilton, Plaza DDennis Regus 352: Unpacking the New AP Statistics Course Framework PSCC, Mesquite DDaren Starnes • Stephanie Ogden 353: Open Sesame! Unleash the magic of your students' thinking! PSCC, Mesquite ECate Challen • Sirena Van Epp 354: MRWC: An Equivalence Lens to Reveal Mathematical Beauty PSCC, Mesquite FLaura Wallace • Josh Chesler 355: How to Rock Student Interactions to Increase Access & Equity PSCC, Mesquite HEsmeralda Orozco • Sesha Haynes 356: Building Beauty in Lessons and Brilliance in Teachers PSCC, Smoke Tree BKyle Atkin • German Robledo 357: The Importance of Inclusion: Close Reading for All PSCC, Smoke Tree CJordan Smith • Karin Lee 358: Designing rigorous and beautiful projects in math Hilton, Horizon IISarah Strong • Dylan Bier 359: Rigor in Proofs Using Transformations Hilton, Plaza CGabriel Rosenberg 382: Coaching to Support Understanding Access & Beauty of Math Hilton, Plaza BMardi Gale 384: The Best PD is with the Teacher Next Door Zoso, Woodstock OneShannon Kiebler 302: The Relentless Courage Of Choosing The Inspirational Life! PSCC, Primrose ATimothy Kanold 372: Increasing Student Agency through Lesson Study PSCC, Mesquite ARachelle Feiler • Alisa Corbett 373: There's Greatness In You PSCC, Primrose CLaila Nur 374: Beauty and Brilliance in Discretionary Spaces Renaissance, CactusJennifer Bell 375: Inspiring Students: Brilliant Role Models & Beautiful Math Renaissance, Pueblo AShelly Jones 376: From Brain Science to Instructional Practice Renaissance, San JacintoClaudine Phillips 377: Amp Up the Arts & Math in STEAM Renaissance, VenturaAudrey Mendivil • Pauline Crooks 378: Strategic Classroom Design and Equitable Math Instruction Hilton, Oasis 3Jessica Martin • Jamaica Ross 379: Think Before You Speak and Speak Before You Write PSCC, Smoke Tree FAngela Milversted 312: It’s Not all Fun and Games: Planning Your Workstation Tasks! Renaissance, Chino ADonna Boucher • James Burnett 313: Digital Interactive Notebooks in the K–2 Classroom Zoso, Palladium NorthJennifer Dean 303: 8 elements of a Productive Mathematical Disposition PSCC, Primrose BRoberta Newton 332: Charting Counting VISUAL Models for Operations & Fractions PSCC, Mesquite BKaren Gauthier • Laura Trudeau 334: Bridging Home and School—A Beautiful Partnership Renaissance, Chino BCristina Quiroga • Amy Wert 335: Using Tape Diagrams to Solve Word Problems Zoso, FillmoreAndi Misemer 336: I Like To Move It Move It! Zoso, Woodstock ThreeIris Van Dyke 337: CGI Math in Special Education Zoso, Woodstock TwoSussan De Matta • Noemi Jauregui 383: Using Classroom Video in Teacher Coaching Zoso, Palladium SouthSangeetha Lakshminarayanan • Alissa Fong 385: Expand Teachers’ Knowledge with an Interactive Online Tool PSCC, Smoke Tree DBabette Benken • Steve Alfi


422: Using Language Arts Strategies to Teach Math! PSCC, Mesquite BCathy Marks Krpan 423: Smarter Balanced Roadmap PSCC, Primrose DTonja Parkin • Cassandra Gartung 424: Fraction Action: the Beauty of Iterating and Partitioning! PSCC, Smoke Tree AMary Dickerson 425: Math Feuds! Necessary Fights Debates and Disputes Zoso, Woodstock OneGabriel Ward 403: There's a Better Way: When Compliance Fails Try Subversion PSCC, Primrose BSteve Leinwand 461: Give Your Students a Voice Hilton, Plaza DBarbara Gautreau 462: Programming and Physical Computing with Arduino PSCC, Smoke Tree DBinsen Qian 463: #MathArt: The Beauty and Brilliance of Computational Art PSCC, Smoke Tree EDaniel Shuster 464: Math They Deserve: Engaging Students with Higher Needs Renaissance, CactusPatricia Vandenberg 465: Secondary Number Talks (I'll convince you with ducks) Renaissance, CatalinaSara VanDerWerf 466: Math Language Routines: Building Discourse Communities Renaissance, Pueblo ACraig Schneider • Vanessa Cerrahoglu 467: What If All Students Were Smart in Math Hilton, Horizon IBruce Grip 468: Tasks that "Measure Up" Hilton, Oasis 2Gail Burrill 469: The Craft of Co-Crafting: A Mathematical Language Routine Hilton, Plaza ADevin Rossiter 405: Teaching Math More Effectively Hilton, Horizon IIBrad Fulton 443: Building From Student Instincts Using Clothesline Math Renaissance, AndreasJennifer Moffett • Crystal Cammon 444: Leveraging Language in Mathematics to Open Minds & Hearts Renaissance, Santa RosaCecilio Dimas 445: Building Concrete Visual Patterns... One Block at a Time! Renaissance, SierraNova Katz • Suzie Craig 446: Illuminated Thinking: Finding Beauty Beyond Pencil & Paper Renaissance, VenturaShannon Hoos • Tony Pham 447: Promoting Discourse in Middle School Hilton, Palm CanyonConnie Horgan • Gloria Weinberg 448: Don't Track Your Math Classes ... "Level" Them Instead! Hilton, Plaza BKathleen Jalalpour 452: Mathematics of Democracy: A Math & Civics Immersive Class PSCC, Mesquite CBreedeen Pickford-Murray 453: Structured Interactions to Build Community & Discourse PSCC, Mesquite DJairo Aguayo • Jessica Alvarado 455: MRWC and DESMOS: Use Technology to Reason Mathematically PSCC, Mesquite FLinda Saeta • Lauren Johnson 456: Married At First Sight: Learning to Love Co-teaching PSCC, Mesquite HSesha Haynes • Kenneth Toms 457: Discover the Beauty and Brilliance of the Polar System PSCC, Smoke Tree BKim Thomas • Veronica Carlson 458: Problem Solving to Aid Teachers to Build Brilliance in Math PSCC, Smoke Tree FArmando Martinez-Cruz • Philip Turner 459: Building beauty through Professional Learning Communities Hilton, TapestryMary Mardirosian 482: Empowering School Leaders to Enact Instructional Change Hilton, Plaza CAndrew Jenkins 404: Students’ Brilliance: Focusing on Math Identity and Agency Renaissance, PasadenaKaren Mayfield-Ingram 472: Incorporating Equity into the Lesson Study Process PSCC, Primrose CSusie Hakansson 473: The Concepts-Procedures-Application Unit Progression Renaissance, Mojave Lrng CtrChris Shore 474: The Mathematical Art of Storytelling Renaissance, Pueblo BJennifer Hagman • Kelli Wasserman 475: Public Math: Toward More Inclusive Mathematics Zoso, Palladium NorthMolly Daley 413: Beyond Math Differentiation: (UDL)izing Daily Math Routines Renaissance, Chino AJill Lungren • Melissa Brennan 414: D.R.E.A.M. BIG—Daily Repeated Engaged Active Math Renaissance, San JacintoJane Felling 415: Empowering Students Through Number Talks PSCC, Smoke Tree CGordon Smoire 402: CGI: Learning from the Brilliance of Each of our Students PSCC, Primrose AMegan Franke 432: Models of Multiplication PSCC, Mesquite ALinda West 433: Our Math Stories: Instructional Practices for Inclusion Renaissance, Chino BDionne Samb • Deborah Peart 434: Algebraic Thinking and Problem Solving: Beautiful Brilliance Hilton, Oasis 3Donna Knoell 436: 4-Star Rubrics Empower Students to Own their Math Community! Zoso, Palladium SouthTracy Sola • Mia Buljan 437: CGI: The Backbone for Integrating Best Practices Zoso, Woodstock ThreeMarisa Aoki • Jill Manfredo 438: Math Coaching: The Brilliance of Mathematics Learning 4 All Zoso, Woodstock TwoAndrea Kotowski