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TMC16 Presentations (Afternoon Sessions and "My Favorites")

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Saturday, July 16th 


1:00 - 1:30 My Favorites

My Favorites - Ms. Pac-Man Transformations 


1:30 - 2:30 Keynote

Race, Math, and What We're Not Talking About – José Luis Vilson


2:45 – 3:45 pm           Afternoon Sessions

Testing, Testing, 1, 2, 3... - Meg Craig and Sarah Martin

Getting Triggy With It: Interactive Trig - Kristen Fouss

Art for Math - John Golden: http://bit.ly/mathxart

Mathematics and Music - Bob Janes

Student-Created GeoGebras - Audrey McLaren

Differentiation, not just for students - Michelle Naidu

Bring Social Issues Alive in your Math Classroom through PBL - Sheila Orr

Games and Activities for Integer Addition and Subtraction - Christy Pettis and Aran Glancy

Pear Deck 101 - Julie Reulbach (Pear Deck certified coach) and Julia Finneyfrock

Using Talking Points to Create a Culture of Exploratory Talk - Elizabeth Statmore

Backwards Bikes & Productive Struggle - Sara VanDerWerf

Playing with Math and Getting Published - Sue VanHattum


4:00 – 4:30 pm           Afternoon Sessions 

I'm Blogging With The Man In The Mirror - Justin Aion

College Mathematics Readiness: Insights and Experiences from an Mathematics Educator - Rachel Bates

Balancing on the Block - Allyn Davis

Building a MTBoS at Home - Jim Doherty

What is Mathematical Modelling? - Edmund Harriss and Chris Shore

Using the Box (Area) Method to Create Coherence and Connections - Anna Hester

The Animated Equation - Paula Krieg: cancelled

Problem Solving: A Self-Differentiating Class - Wendy Menard

Every kid, Every Day - Becca Phillips

Quilting with Geometry - Jonathan Schoolcraft

Domain and Range - Lane Walker

Promoting Low-Stress Learning with Detailed, Written, Unscored “Feedback Quizzes” - Julie Wright


Sunday, July 17th 


9:00 - 9:30 My Favorites

"Feedback Meetings" - Anna Blinstein

Maps and Math - Dave Sabol

Using the Engineering Design Process in Math Class - Heather Kohn


1:00 - 1:30 My Favorites

Explore Math - Sam Shah

"Teaching is the same everywhere." - Connie Haugneland


1:30 - 2:30 Keynote

What Do We Have to Learn from Each Other?Tracy Zager 


2:45 – 3:45 pm           Afternoon Sessions

"I'm Not a Math Person" - Identity and Its Impact on Math Success - Nicole Bridge

Making Math Class Accessible For All - Andrew Gael and Melynee Naegele

Fostering Algebraic Reasoning in the K-5 Classroom - Kristin Gray

Building Flexible, Connected Knowledge: Look For and Make Use of Structure - Nicole Hansen and Dylan Kane

Make it Stick: Applications in the Classroom - Anna Hester

Practices, Claims, and Targets ~ Oh Shifts! - Donna Lione

Debate That! An Introduction to Debate in Math Class - Chris Luzniak

Effective math modeling - MP.4 through experiments, activities, quadratics, Desmos, and quantifying qualitative experiences. - Brian Miller and Alex Wilson

The Individually Paced Classroom - Andy Pethan

Problem-Based Geometry: Reflections After One Year - Danielle Reycer

Productive Teacher Moves to Enhance Game Play - Joe Schwartz

Teacher Leader and Admin Roundtable - Jasmine Walker and Bob Janes


4:00 – 5:00 pm           Afternoon Sessions

Warm up Routines: Developing Class Culture, Mindset, and Number Sense - Lisa Bejarano and Jessica Bogie

Pythagorean Theorem Technology Investigations - Joel Bezaire

Journaling and Writing in Mathematics - Anna Blinstein

Breaking out of Ourselves - Tina Cardone and Sam Shah

Hack It To Pieces - Jonathan Claydon

Bridging the Function Gap - Graham Fletcher

Making Middle School Statistics Meaningful - Aran Glancy

3D Printing in Math Class - Heather Kohn

Racially Relevant Pedagogy - How Do We Get There? - Wendy Menard and Jose Vilson

Turn That Lesson Upside Down - Kate Nowak

A Demonstration of the “5 Practices for Orchestrating Productive Math Discussions” – Tony Riehl and Kerry Gruizenga

Teaching Math to Students with Disabilities Roundtable - Mark Sanford

Unique 3D Box Design, for 3-6 Grade Students: Engaging and Expanding Student Problem-Solving Through Box Design based on Consumer Boxes - Peter Wilson


Monday, July 18th


9:00 - 9:30 My Favorites

Variable Analysis - Joel Bezaire

Musical Mathematics Fave - Gregory Taylor


1:00 - 1:30 My Favorites


1:30 - 2:30 Keynote

More Than Resources -  Dylan Kane


2:45 – 3:45 pm           Afternoon Sessions

Card Sorts - Kathryn Belmonte

If You Build It, They Will Respond… - Jessica Breur

(Not) Just Here to Teach Math - Andrew Browning-Couch

Let’s Be Reasonable: Fostering Fraction Sense to Support Fraction Computation - Brian Bushart

Go with the Flow - Alex Overwijk

Common Core: We Need to Talk! - Henri Picciotto

Hunting the Elusive Rational Functions and other Minds-On Rational Function Activities - Max Ray-Riek

Google your Feedback to Students - Jessica Rice

Assessing What We Value - Chris Robinson and Jonathan Osters

Desmos for Elementary Math - Denis Sheeran

Lessons without Lectures: My Approach for "Directed Discovery" - Andre Verner

Mirror, Mirror on the Wall - Pam Wilson

New To Teaching: The Good, the Bad and the Truth (you can change it if you want) – Amy Zimmer, Wendy Menard and Glenn Waddell


4:00 – 5:00 pm           Flex Sessions

Algebra 1 Planning

Experiencing Connecting Representations

WTF is a Dot Reply?? Twitter Q & A for Beginners / Intermediates

Mathematicians: Not Just White Dudes and Social Justice & Math Brainstorming Session


Tuesday, July 19th

My Favorites

Nominations - Kathryn Belmonte 

Break the Ice-Amy Zimmer

Birthdays + Functions - Hannah Mesick

Plickers-Jonathan Schoolcraft 


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