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Friday, November 15
 

3:30pm

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
 
Saturday, November 16
 

10:30am