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Saturday, November 16
 

8:30am

522: Number Talk Makeover: Recording for Better Sense Making Renaissance, CactusTrish Kepler 523: Teaching Fraction Conceptually with Equity in Mind Renaissance, Chino BSunny Chin-Look • Deborah Garcia Negrete 524: Supporting Students with Rough Draft Thinking Hilton, Plaza ACatherine Vittorio • Savannah Sprague 525: 5 Strategies to Engage Emergent Bilinguals (ELs) in Math Hilton, Plaza CJim Ewing 526: Using Manipulatives to Reach ALL Students Hilton, Plaza DLaurel Cherry • Carrie Eberhard 527: Rethinking The Math Game Through Serious Play Hilton, Oasis 2Sophia Stier 561: Experience the Beauty of Math through Visual proofs Zoso, Woodstock TwoDeepika Srivastava 562: Rethinking Assessment for Mastery over Time PSCC, Mesquite CClaire Verti 563: Transformation Geometry Immediate Interactive Investigations PSCC, Smoke Tree ATom Reardon 564: Git ‘Em Talkin’ ‘Bout Math with Desmos Snapshots PSCC, Smoke Tree EPaul Chun 565: Surprising Statistics! Fun activities for Int 1/Alg1 Renaissance, Pueblo ARenee Kollar-Bachman • Tina Shinsato 566: Number Talks: Let’s Give Them Something to Talk About! Renaissance, Pueblo BJennifer Moffett • Melanie Janzen 567: Do I Reteach or Move On? A 3rd Choice: Re-Engagement Lessons Renaissance, San JacintoJessica Balli • Solana Ray 568: Does my vote matter? Renaissance, SierraMele Sato • Chris Wakefield 569: Student Thinking is Not an Oxymoron Zoso, Palladium NorthMary Sirody 542: Integer Intervention: Strategies for Middle School Students PSCC, Mesquite GCynthia Raff • Mark Goldstein 543: STEM-ulating Activities for People and the Planet Renaissance, AndreasLauren Bergh 544: The Use of Statistical Data in Addressing Societal Problems Renaissance, Santa RosaBobby Ojose 506: College Access through Data Science (CADS) PSCC, Smoke Tree DKyndall Brown • Suyen Machado 552: Top 10 AP Statistics Exam Review Strategies PSCC, Mesquite DLuke Wilcox • Lindsey Gallas 553: Changing Math Learning Trajectories of Under-served Students PSCC, Mesquite EJeremy MacMahon • Jim Short 554: Integrating Euler into AP Calculus: his results & context PSCC, Mesquite FBrent Ferguson • Stephen Wallis 555: Geoboards as a medium to uncover hidden connections PSCC, Mesquite HGreisy Landman 556: Is the Concept of Domain and Range a Diamond in the Rough? PSCC, Smoke Tree BKim Thomas • Veronica Carlson 557: Develop Five Essential Values in New Mathematics Teachers Renaissance, VenturaErica Heinzman • John Berray 583: Beauty and the Beast: Leading Change Through Belief Systems Zoso, FillmoreDon Havenhill • Tiffany Vosberg 584: Detracking: A Structural Belief in All Students’ Brilliance Zoso, Woodstock OneAngela Torres • Abi Leaf 503: Social Justice: Addressing Access and High Expectations PSCC, Primrose ADavid Foster 572: Gamer Grading—Gamification For Engagement And Equity PSCC, Mesquite BBlaine Hawkins 573: Using Math Language Routines for Students with Disabilities PSCC, Primrose CDuane Habecker 574: Beacons of Light: Building a Village with Math Activities PSCC, Smoke Tree CJordan Smith • Karin Lee 575: Sense Making with Geometry: Building a Shared Understanding PSCC, Smoke Tree FJedidiah Butler 576: Art Poetry and History: Nurturing Lifetime Math Curiosity Renaissance, CatalinaSunil Singh 577: Teacher Confessions about Meaningless Ways to Teach Math Renaissance, PasadenaAndrew Stadel 578: Humanizing the Math Classroom Zoso, Palladium SouthHowie Hua 512: The Number Core Leads Us to the Pathway of Number Sense Hilton, Palm CanyonLori Sponenburgh 513: Launching Counting Collections in Kindergarten Hilton, Plaza BSara Taylor • Benjamin Chi 514: Making Math Shine with Literature Hilton, TapestryKimberly DeAllen • Karri Meyer 502: Lesson Lab: Unearthing Precious Stones - Data Representation to Statistics PSCC, Oasis 3Dina Williams 504: Catalyzing Change: Critical Conversations in Mathematics PSCC, Primrose BRobert Berry 532: Supporting English Learners in Mathematics PK–5 PSCC, Mesquite ARuth Sebastian 533: Opening Space for Varied Participation Renaissance, Chino ANick Johnson 534: The Beauty of Continuous Improvement in Lesson Design Renaissance, Mojave Lrng CtrArcy Alafa • Kim Webb 535: Connecting Dots—Domino Math Games Hilton, Horizon IJohn Felling 536: Supporting Teacher Learning: Engaging in Children's Thinking Hilton, Horizon IIAngela Turrou 537: When Content is Not Enough: Clarity in Learning Intentions Hilton, Oasis 3Sara Delano Moore • Andrea Kotowski 538: From Bossy to Nosy: Building Student-Centered Classrooms Zoso, Woodstock ThreeShannon Kiebler 582: Sending Out an S.O.S. PSCC, Primrose DDaniel Luevanos

10:30am

621: Two Structures for Looking at Student Work PSCC, Primrose CAnnie Fetter 622: Cracking the Common Sense Code of Common Core Math PSCC, Smoke Tree AJoost DeMoes • Erin Walker 623: Brilliant! Multiplication Fact Fluency Built on Structure Renaissance, CactusMichael Fitchett • Andrea Holmes 624: Releasing Control to Students through Socratic Sense Making Hilton, Palm CanyonMario Valdez 625: Fair Share: Fractions & Beauty of Multiple Representations Hilton, Plaza BVicki Vierra • Patti Jernigan 626: The Struggle is Real Hilton, Plaza DJulie Villeneuve • Erika Yee 662: Rich Tasks Require Rich Implementation for Rich Learning PSCC, Mesquite BPeg Cagle 663: A Truly "Hands-On" Approach to the Distributive Property PSCC, Mesquite GDavid Chamberlain 664: Student discourse: How do we really make it meaningful? PSCC, Primrose DSean Nank 665: Beauty of Movement: Increasing Discourse in Math Classrooms Renaissance, CatalinaSara VanDerWerf • Chris Luzniak 666: They Just Won't Try! Strategies that Engage Learners Renaissance, Pueblo BRobert Hilliker 667: Access and Agency: Making the Most of Math Content Routines Renaissance, VenturaCourtney Ortega • Keely Machmer-Wessels 668: Math for SJ: Lessons From Within A Mile Range Radius Zoso, Palladium NorthMa Bernadette Salgarino • Danielle Letts 669: A practical guide to standards-based grading in California Zoso, Palladium SouthWilliam Malone • Audra-Noel McGuire 641: The Beauty of Ratio and Proportional Reasoning in Grades 6–9 Zoso, Woodstock TwoOsvaldo Soto • Trang Vu 642: Be Brilliant: Explore the Gems in the Multiplication Table PSCC, Mesquite EJoan Commons 643: Math in the Middle: Making Math Workshop work for you PSCC, Smoke Tree DLorelei Coddington • Patricia Dickenson • John Goldberg 644: Think Tech Share PSCC, Smoke Tree EMarvin Soto • Nicholas Navarro 645: Math & Social Justice: Driving While Brown in California Renaissance, AndreasCarolee Hurtado • Kyndall Brown 646: Build a Crystal Renaissance, Pueblo AAl Mendle 647: Winning the 1/5 doesn't equal 1.5 debate with your students Renaissance, San JacintoAlyssa Doniak 648: Let’s Get Talking Renaissance, Santa RosaAngela Reed • Lupe Serrano 649: Reclaiming your Power: Connect Math to Community & Culture Renaissance, SierraKelli Mack • Natalie Holliman MOVED TO SESSION 645: Math & Social Justice: Driving While Brown in California Renaissance – AndreasCarolee Hurtado • Kyndall Brown 602: Lesson Lab: Elevating Math Conversation PSCC, Oasis 3Nanette Johnson 652: What’s the Scenario? A Problem-Based Approach to Algebra PSCC, Mesquite CNate Goza • Liem Tran 653: Statistics content that every math teacher should know PSCC, Mesquite DLindsey Gallas • Luke Wilcox 654: Calculus Student Understanding and Misconceptions PSCC, Mesquite FGail Burrill 655: Math Identity: I’m bad at math PSCC, Mesquite HAnn Kim • Jane Noh 656: How to Host a Family STEM/STEAM Night PSCC, Smoke Tree BVeronica Carlson • Kim Thomas 657: Being Brave and Persistent in the #StartOver Classrooms PSCC, Smoke Tree CPrincess Choi • Deatra Lee 658: Project-Based Geometry....Ain't Nobody Got Time for That Zoso, Woodstock ThreeKelly Kulp 682: Extreme Makeover—Summer School Edition! PSCC, Mesquite AJason Bragg • Janis Heigl 683: Building a Strong Teacher Team Through Teaching Studio Zoso, FillmoreBryan Meyer • Brittany Womack 603: Six (Un)Productive Practices in Mathematics Teaching PSCC, Primrose AJuli Dixon 604: Connecting visual mathematics and the number system PSCC, Primrose BCathy Williams 673: Writing Their Way to Understanding PSCC, Smoke Tree FAmy Youngblood 674: Recipes for the Risk-Taking Classroom Renaissance, Mojave Lrng CtrMatt Vaudrey • John Stevens 675: Participation Quiz: Capturing the Brilliance of All Students Zoso, Woodstock OneKawthar Duncan • Angela Torres 612: Fractional Thinking Renaissance, Chino ALinda West 613: Practice Makes Perfect! Five Beautiful Math Routines! Hilton, Horizon IKim Sutton 614: Language and math: Formal and informal spaces in PK Hilton, Horizon IIAngela Turrou • Dolores Torres 615: The Beauty of a Visual Ten-Frame Fact Mastery System Hilton, Oasis 2Makoto Yoshida • Mary Leer 616: It Makes Sense! Using Number Paths and Number Lines Hilton, TapestryAnn Carlyle 632: Math Success for All—Students with Disabilities Renaissance, Chino BHeidi Espindola • Deborah Stetson 633: Increasing Student Engagement using Counting Collections Hilton, Oasis 3Doreen Ahadian 634: Brilliant Discourse: The Beauty of Letting Your Kids Talk! Hilton, Plaza ABarbara Blanke • Kimberly Kelly 635: Organizing a Family Math Night Event Hilton, Plaza CKaryn Hodgens

1:15pm

722: The Beauty and Power of One—Developing fraction Concepts PSCC, Smoke Tree ARebecca Williams (Scarfone) 723: The Beauty of Division of Fractions with Choral Counting Renaissance, CactusJoseph Espinosa 724: Polish Fraction Nuggets to Brilliance for Deep Understanding Hilton, Oasis 3Donna Knoell 725: FUN & GAMES: Purposeful Play with Numbers for Grades 3–5 Hilton, Plaza ADawn Caine 726: Students See Their Brilliance with Spatial Problem Solving! Hilton, Plaza BJoan Commons 760: Welcoming mathematical discourse through math talks Renaissance, Santa RosaMichelle Doherty • Annie Chen 761: Strategies to Promote Student-Driven Discourse: Let’s Talk! Renaissance, SierraMark Ellis • Patrice Waller 762: Focus on the Question: Secondary Edition PSCC, Mesquite AMelanie Janzen • Catherine Vittorio 763: From Paper to Pixels: How to Desmo-fy Your Math Lessons PSCC, Mesquite BMatthew Kim • Ivan Cheng 764: Bootstrap: Computer Science & Algebra PSCC, Mesquite DEd Campos 765: Mathematically Model Al Gore’s Climate Change Data PSCC, Smoke Tree BTom Reardon 766: Integrating Social Justice Issues in Mathematics PSCC, Smoke Tree CJane Kim 768: Rediscovering the Joy of Mathematics Renaissance, Pueblo APatricia Saucedo 769: A Beautiful and Brilliant Approach to Mastery Grading Renaissance, San JacintoCorey Taylor 790: Equity & Justice in the Math Classroom: A Practical Approach Renaissance, VenturaEthan Weker • Andrea Henderson 791: Building Formative Assessments in Your Google Classroom Zoso, FillmoreStephanie Erickson • Anna Kwak 792: From Struggle to Strength Zoso, Palladium NorthThomas Duarte • Amtul Chaudry 793: Making Math Meaningful: Polynomial Algebra Zoso, Palladium SouthDavid Weber 794: Illuminating Students’ Brilliance Through Discrete Math Zoso, Woodstock TwoOsvaldo Soto • Trang Vu 795: Master Graphing with Manipulatives Hilton, Plaza DLaurel Cherry 742: Modeling Mathematics with Digital Interactive Notebooks PSCC, Smoke Tree DBlanca Lemus 743: Build a Mathematics Community by Showcasing THEIR Thinking Hilton, TapestryMatthieu Hamo 751: There must be a better way! Math assessment alternatives PSCC, Mesquite CCate Challen • Sarah Strong 752: Using Self-Assessment and Rubrics to Promote Student Agency PSCC, Mesquite EJennifer Fuentes • Ryan Kile 753: Transforming the Traditional AP Calculus Classroom PSCC, Mesquite FSarah Stecher • Barbara Montgomery 754: The Brilliance of Using Algebra Tiles with HS Students PSCC, Mesquite HGlenda Wilkins 755: Google; Office 365; WiFi... Oh My! PSCC, Smoke Tree EArpita Shah • Carmen Topete 756: AP Calculus AB and BC: Resources for Instructional Magicians Hilton, Plaza CStephanie Ogden 783: Giving your PLCs a Purpose: Lesson Study Builds Capacity Zoso, Woodstock ThreeTara Goines • Andrea Williams 702: Limitless: Learn Lead and Live without Barriers PSCC, Oasis 3Jo Boaler 703: Mining for brilliance: Finding Social Justice in Statistics PSCC, Primrose BDina Williams 705: Why your SBAC scores are flat and what to do about it. PSCC, Primrose DDavid Foster 772: Appraise the Brilliance In Your Math Systems Renaissance, Pueblo BKim Webb • Stephanie Verners 775: Weapons of Math Instruction...APPSolutely PSCC, Mesquite GSteve Morris 776: Powerful Math Moments: Why Certain Experiences Stand Out PSCC, Primrose AMike Flynn 777: Math for All!: Mathematics in a Dual Immersion Classroom PSCC, Smoke Tree FChristelle Naddaf • Xochitl Gutierrez 778: Lesson Study: Exploring Students Mathematical Brilliance Renaissance, Chino ADaisy Sharrock • Yekaterina Milvidskaia 779: Viable Arguments for a Viable Future Renaissance, Mojave Lrng CtrJohn Stevens 712: Build Beauty and Brilliance in Math as You Play! Renaissance, AndreasLANA HANSEN 713: Ten Frames Develop a Foundation for Cardinality & Operations Hilton, Oasis 2Makoto Yoshida 704: Educative Curriculum: Teach Learn and Coach in IM K–5 Math PSCC, Primrose CKristin Gray • Jody Guarino 732: Walk the Number Line and Build a Brilliant Math Community! Hilton, Horizon IKim Sutton 733: Essential Thinking Strategies for Fact Fluency Hilton, Horizon IIDebi DePaul 734: Challenging Gifted Learners with Open-Ended Math Tasks Hilton, Palm CanyonJoseph Roicki 735: Checkmate: Anticipating Your Students' Next Moves Renaissance, Chino BRuth Smith • Matt Sheelen 782: Math Classroom Observation Rubric and Classroom Videos Zoso, Woodstock OneJaime Park

3:15pm

822: More Beauty than Beast: Fraction Division! PSCC, Smoke Tree ABridget Druken • Trey Mosier 825: Uncovering Student Understanding of Multiplication Renaissance, Chino BChelsea Schneider • Alicia Chest 860: What do I say now? Responsive Facilitation of Small Groups Zoso, Palladium NorthAlissa Fong • Sangeetha Lakshminarayanan 861: Building on Elementary Visuals to Access Secondary Content Zoso, Palladium SouthLara Metcalf 862: 5 ways to improve mathematical writing (#4 will shock you!) PSCC, Primrose CPatrick Callahan 863: Free technology tools and personalized learning PSCC, Smoke Tree DMiguel Moreno 864: R-E-S-P-E-C-T my inner mathematician! Renaissance, Chino AYekaterina Milvidskaia • Curtis Taylor 865: Testing: Using Assessments to Help Students Who Struggle Renaissance, Pueblo ACaline Khavarani Smith 866: Write On! Using Writing to Support Sense making in Math Renaissance, Pueblo BJulie Spykerman • Susie Meza-Huynh 867: Homework: The Great Debate Renaissance, Santa RosaCandice Harrington 868: Beyond the Worksheet: Structures for Skills Practice Hilton, Palm CanyonConnie Horgan • Nikki LaLonde 802: Lesson Lab: Inviting Students into the Kitchen to Make a Mathematical Meal Together PSCC, Oasis 3Dan Meyer 842: Less is More: Teaching Through Collaborative Problem Solving PSCC, Mesquite ETor Ormseth • Scott Johnson 843: Number Lines: The Noblest Tool of Them All PSCC, Mesquite GKristen Acosta • Sarah Galasso 844: Worked Examples support Conceptual and Procedural Knowledge Renaissance, SierraKatie Salguero 845: The Beauty and Brilliance of Math Talks Hilton, Plaza BRhonda McEntee 851: Putting the Focus on the Mathematics Renaissance, AndreasDiori Jones • Lauren Johnson 852: Seniors Financially Literate for Today and Tomorrow PSCC, Mesquite CJames Schierer 853: Visualizing Radians and the Unit Circle Using Cupcake Liners PSCC, Mesquite DMyra Deister 854: Everybody put your Rocks on the Scales: a new AP Stats PSCC, Mesquite FGeoffrey Barraclough 855: Computational Geometry: Beautiful Solutions to Complex Tasks PSCC, Mesquite HChuck Biehl 856: What’s My Function? Sensory “Fun”ction Exploration PSCC, Smoke Tree BCurtis Brown 857: Jigsaw Coding: Multi-Level Modular Code Projects PSCC, Smoke Tree CJeramie Oliveira • Daniel Shuster 858: Rehearse Instructional Routines to Build a Math Community Renaissance, San JacintoMatthew Taylor 859: No More Points: How Feedback and SBG Promote Learning Renaissance, VenturaStacy Eyton 882: Three Massive Mistakes Elementary Leaders Make Renaissance, Mojave Lrng CtrKimberly Rimbey 884: Building a Successful High School Algebra Support Program Zoso, Woodstock OneLisa Michel • Kelley Wilcox CANCELLED: 885: Improving Math Instruction: What is a Leader's Role? Zoso, Woodstock ThreeAbi Leaf • Melinda Shacklett 804: The past and present brilliance of our black students PSCC, Primrose BRobin Wilson 871: How Would You Design Learning Experiences K–12? Zoso, Woodstock TwoWilliam McCallum 872: Transforming Hearts and Minds for Equitable Math Communities PSCC, Mesquite ALisa Melton Pizzuto • Jeny Vasquez 873: Making Math Accessible to ALL Using UDL! PSCC, Mesquite BBrian Carnes 874: History & Histrionics—A Mathematics Musical PSCC, Primrose ALee Stiff 875: Lines Patterns & Art! Oh My! Geometric Art Fair is here PSCC, Primrose DCaroline Scott • Edward Simoneau 876: RoboBlockly for Learning Math Computing Robotics and Art PSCC, Smoke Tree EDaniel Ryan 878: Building a Community of Algebraic Thinkers Hilton, Plaza CIvan Alba • Elena Lujan-Alba 879: Use Hip Hop to Empower and Excite Learners Hilton, TapestryLaMar Queen 832: Supporting English Learners in Mathematics PK–5 Renaissance, CatalinaRuth Sebastian 833: Fractions: From Misunderstanding to Deep Understanding Hilton, Horizon IIDebi DePaul 834: Believing in The Brilliance and Beauty of Geometry Hilton, Oasis 2Cristina Paul • Lani Morris 835: Beautiful Models: Choosing & Using Brilliant Representations Hilton, Oasis 3Sara Delano Moore 836: 3 Act Math Tasks—Engaging Students in Mathematics Hilton, Plaza ATodd "TJ" Jemison 883: What does a Beautiful Performance Task look like? Zoso, FillmoreCassandra Rollins • April Corby