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Day / Time: Fri AM_10:30 [clear filter]
Friday, November 15
 

10:30am

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