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Saturday, November 16


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