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TMC17 Presentations

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Please feel free to create your own page for your TMC17 presentation.  

This is a public wiki so you do not need permission to join.


The easiest way to create a page (linked to this page) is:

  1. Hit the edit button at the top of this page.  (next to VIEW)
  2. Find your session under the appropriate day. 
  3. Hi-light the name of your session and hit ADD LINK above.
  4. When you do this, the name of your page will show up in a pop-up box, hit ENTER on your keyboard.
  5. Hit SAVE at the bottom on the page.
  6. Click on your new link.  It will make the new page for you, all you have to do is click on Create Page. You do not have to put it in a folder.
  7. Hit SAVE and CONTINUE once you create your new page so that it will be saved on the wiki. 


Thursday, July 27th 

1:00 - 1:30 My Favorites

Thursday Lunch and Thursday Lunch Update - Lisa Henry

Two Teacher Hacks: You Gotta Ring Them Bells & Never Forget Exit Slips Again - Sam Shah


1:30 – 2:30 pm Keynote

The Politics(?) of Mathematics Teaching - Grace Chen


2:45 – 3:45 pm Afternoon Sessions 

Algebra Tiles and Area Models - Mary Bourassa and Sheri Walker

A Teacher's Guide to Action - Andrew Browning-Couch

Developing Concepts in Middle School; an Illustrative Mathematics Curriculum Delve. - Nik Doran and Kate Nowak

Differentiation and Student Choice - Megan Dubee

The Pigeonhole Effect: Undoing the Manipulative Trap through Flexible Representations - Graham Fletcher and Joe Schwartz

SmudgedMath: Blurring tasks sparks mathematical curiosity, conversation and critique - Norma Gordon

What is university math? A lightning answer with pictures. – Edmund Harriss

From Calculus Zero to Calculus Hero in 60 Minutes - Chase Orton

Mathematicians are Not Just White Dudes - Annie Perkins and Jonathan Osters

Reaching the Full Range - Henri Picciotto

"An Object to Think With": The whole body as a tool for mathematical sense making - Malke Rosenfeld and Max Ray-Riek

Exploring a Researched Informed Framework for Teaching Fractions - Pierre Tranchemontagne

Teach Me How to Factor: AKA My Favorite Unit - Anna Vance

Bridging elementary skills & concepts to high school & beyond - Glenn Waddell, Jr. 


4:00 – 4:30 pm Afternoon Sessions 

Expos: Student Presentations in Math Class - Matt Baker and Kat Glass

A Half Hour of COOL! - Sadie Estrella

Did My Students Actually Learn Anything Today? - Dylan Kane

One Task + 4 Beanbags = So Many Entry Points! - Bob Lochel

Micro-decisions in Questioning - David Petersen 

Radio Free Mathematics - David Petro and Amy Zimmer (longer list of podcasts here )

Spiraling Algebraic Art - Megan Schmidt and Stephen Weimar

Fraction Operations: From Arithmetic to Problem Solving – Lisa Soltani

Pimp My Worksheet - Sara Vaughn and Lydia Kirkman

Discovery Learning in Calculus - Jasmine Walker

Informative Formative Assessment - Mary Williams


Friday, July 28th

9:00 – 9:30 am Morning My Favorites

What Else Can Google Slides Do?  Jennifer Fairbanks

SQWIGLES: Guiding One-on-One Teaching - David Butler


1:00 – 1:30 pm Afternoon My Favorites

Dynamic Web Sketches - David Petro

Make a Difference Monday & 5 Things - Pam Wilson


1:30 – 2:30 pm Keynote

All I Really Need To Know I Learned From The MTBoS...Not Really, But Close - Graham Fletcher


2:45 – 3:45 pm Afternoon Sessions 

Documenting Student Progress - Cal Armstrong

Standards Based Grading in a Traditional Setting - Jennifer Brackney and Tony Riehl

Textbook Exercise Renovation: From Rote to Rich - Gary Brown

One Hundred Factorial: Playful and joyful maths - David Butler

SMPs: leading learners to level up - Jill Gough

Significant Statistics - Kerry Gruizenga

Learning from Children's Mathematical Play at Math On-A-Stick - Ilana Horn, Christopher Danielson, and Lara Heiberger

A Trig Exploration: Exact Values and the Golden Triangle – Rachel Kernodle, Jamie Collie, and Molly Tanner

The Big Ideas Of Algebra Are Just Fancy Counting - Brian Miller

So Much and yet So Little Time- Making the Most of the Elementary Math Block - Nicole Paris

Teachers as Advocates: A How To - Max Ray-Riek and Peg Cagle

Using Google Apps for more engagement in math - Venetia Ricchio

Am I Asking the Right Questions? - Pam Wilson and BONUS Teacher Hacks 


4:00 – 5:00 pm Afternoon Sessions 

Finding a "Place" for Place Value - Devin Anderson

Finding the Words: Learning the Universal Language of Mathematics - Tina Cardone

Rational Function Graphs for Dummies - Meg Craig and Sheri Walker

Making Practice and Review Activities Fun! - Jennifer Fairbanks 

    Google Slide with more info on my session - Jennifer Fairbanks

Statistics and Probability for the Terrified MS Teacher – Shauna Hedgepeth and Joel Bezaire

Coaching Partnerships - Megan Holmstrom and Ryan Grady

A Step To The Left – Navigating and Understanding Sequences - Doug McKenzie

Engaging the Reluctant Colleague - Scott Miller and Bob Lochel

Engagement + Enjoyment = Learningment - Anya Ostapczuk, Lydia Kirkman, and Sara Vaughn

CO + DE = MATH - Stephanie Reilly and Tamar McPherson

Context for Learning - Jenise Sexton

The Clothesline: The Master Number Sense Maker for Secondary - Chris Shore

Expanding Professional Learning - Steve Weimar, Dylan Kane, and Megan Schmidt 


Saturday, July 29th

9:00 – 9:30 am Morning My Favorites


1:00 – 1:30 pm Afternoon My Favorites

Having Students Practice with a Continuum - David Petro


1:30 – 2:30 pm Keynote

Hitting The Darn 'Send' Button - Carl Oliver


2:45 – 3:45 pm Afternoon Sessions 

Assessing and grading workgroup - Anna Blinstein

Calculus for the Algebra Teacher - Jonathan Claydon

Going Vertical - How I started using #VNPS - Jennifer Fairbanks and Kathy Campbell

Sense-Making: Is It at the Core of Your Classroom? - Annie Fetter

Exploring the Progression of Order Through Game Play – John Golden and Joe Schwartz (Math game adapted for K-12+))

Exploring Base Eight - Kent Haines

BreakoutEDU Challenge – Alison Hansel and Jacqueline Richardson

Math Teachers: Raid the Physics Lab! - Megan Hayes-Golding

Practical Ideas on the Kind of Coaching We Need to Provide and Demand - Steve Leinwand

An Hour of Codebreaking - Bob Lochel

Debates in Math Class - Ethan Weker

Pulling it all Together: How Implementing Ideas from Make it Stick Unified My Teaching Philosophy - Anna Vance


4:00 – 5:00 pm Flex Sessions



Sunday, July 30th

9:00 – 11:00 am My Favorites

Mixed, Spaced Practice Homework Sheets - Debbie Boden



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