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Secondary (6-12) [clear filter]
Monday, October 14
 

8:15am

Creating Digital Breakouts with Google
Grab your device and join in the fun of creating digital breakouts! Digital breakouts are an engaging way to get students practicing concepts while collaborating with classmates. We will explore how Sites, Forms, Sheets, Docs and more in the G Suite can simplify this process.

Speakers
avatar for Caitlin Sulentic

Caitlin Sulentic

MS Math Teacher, Dallas Center-Grimes Middle School
Hi! My name is Caitlin Sulentic, and this is my tenth year teaching middle school math. I currently teach 7th grade math and one section of Algebra 1. I'm excited to be presenting about creating digital breakouts using Google. A few things I'm trying to learn more about right... Read More →


Monday October 14, 2019 8:15am - 9:00am
2312

8:15am

Exploring a Standard Algorithmic Problem from a Model and Data Science Perspective.
This session will explore how a standard algorithmic problem can be approached from a conceptual modeling and data science perspective and lead to natural lines of inquiry for student exploration. While only a specific task will be explored, the session learnings can be generalized and applied to a variety of classes of problems, contexts, and concepts.

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Shannon McLaughlin

Norwalk High School


Monday October 14, 2019 8:15am - 9:45am
1315

9:15am

Breakout!!!
It's time to transform your classroom into a kids escape room adventure. Use mathematical principles and problem solving skills to escape.

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Paul Lauger

Math instructor, humboldt high school
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Kathi Beach

Math Teacher, Humboldt High School


Monday October 14, 2019 9:15am - 10:00am
1345

11:00am

KEYNOTE: Teaching & Assessing Without Telling: Fostering Student-Centered Learning & Student-Driven Authentic Assessment in the Math Classroom (Secondary Focus)
Discovery learning and authentic formative assessment, when implemented effectively, can naturally help our students become better critical thinkers and more autonomous learners of mathematics.  In this keynote, we will explore & discuss strategies through which teachers can foster dynamic student-centered learning and formative assessment not just once-in-a-while, but on a continual, daily, ongoing basis. Through this, we will also explore ways through which we can effectively differentiate each student’s active engagement (within both processes of discovery and formative assessment) throughout the curriculum. Through this, we will experience how we can foster such sample learning environments within Algebra 1, Geometry, Algebra 2, and Precalculus curricula.  


Speakers
avatar for Timothy Brzezinski

Timothy Brzezinski

Mathematics Education Consultant Accredited GeoGebra Trainer/Author, Brzezinski Math & Central Connecticut State University
Tim Brzezinski is a full time Independent Mathematics Education Consultant, Mathematics Teacher, and Accredited GeoGebra Trainer and Author (Brzezinski Math). He is a former full time High School Mathematics Teacher (Berlin High School, CT) w/15 years experience (2002 - 2017) and... Read More →


Monday October 14, 2019 11:00am - 11:45am
Auditorium

12:30pm

Effective Co-Teaching Strategies in the Math Classroom
This session will be an introduction on how to effectively coteach in a diverse academic environment. Various co-teaching strategies will be shared and modeled along with strategies and resources to help you on your coteaching journey!

Here is a link to our presentation : 
https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1MZKeL0N1wm9GVmOulZ2DENbM9zIAx8Z_ekyGPiZzyCM/edit?usp=sharing

Speakers
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Laura Scott

7th Grade Math and Science, Dallas Center Grimes Middle School



Monday October 14, 2019 12:30pm - 1:15pm
1349

1:30pm

Introduction to Building Desmos Activities
Are you ready to create your own Desmos activites? Join me as I introduce the Desmos design principles and options available for creating your own high quality activities to enhance conversations, increase engagement, and provide greater opportunities to meet the needs of all your students. Learn how the Desmos Activity Builder can help you create dynamic activities as well as how to use pre-built activities from Desmos itself and its user community. We’ll show you how to get started building your own activity and answer questions along the way. Bring a tablet or laptop to maximize your participation.

Speakers
avatar for Jessica Breur

Jessica Breur

Mounds View Public Schools/ Desmos Inc.



Monday October 14, 2019 1:30pm - 3:00pm
1311

1:30pm

Making Algebra 3-D Real
One major purpose of Algebra is to develop functions that explain, model, and solve real life situations. Participants will be involved in 3-D situations encouraging students to pose questions and then determine answers by manipulating variables, recording data, forming graphs, and developing functions. 3_D situations will include ‘The Walk’, ‘Spring has Sprung’, ‘Fish Pond’, ‘Bungee Barbie’, and ‘Race Car’.

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David Ewing

University of Central Missouri


Monday October 14, 2019 1:30pm - 3:00pm
2349

2:30pm

Making Math Discourse Work
Are you frustrated with the lack of quality conversations when you give students a chance to engage with a math task? Are you looking for some tangible ways you can get kids more engaged in mathematical discourse? Then this session is for you. I'll give you a chance to play the role of student and share my successes and failures in supporting mathematical discourse with students. I'll share some specific strategies and tools as well as some key resources that have helped me along my journey to facilitating better conversations in math class.

Speakers
avatar for Isaac Rodenberg

Isaac Rodenberg

Instructional Coach, Johnston High School



Monday October 14, 2019 2:30pm - 3:15pm
1339

2:30pm

Making Secondary Math Accessible for All
We are a 8-9 math team that works to make secondary math content, as well as number sense and proportional thinking, accessible to all learners through hands-on materials and movement. We have used these strategies in Algebra 1 courses in the past to overcome significant math deficits and allow students to learn at the same pace as their peers.

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Melinda Bryan

Curriculum Facilitator, Dallas Center-Grimes


Monday October 14, 2019 2:30pm - 3:15pm
2341