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TMC18 Morning Session Pages

Page history last edited by Steve Weimar 1 year, 8 months ago

Here are the 2018 Morning Session Pages:

How Does Desmos Love Teachers? Let me count the ways!- Anna Scholl 

Lesson Study: How to Make Instructional Shifts Stick - Chase Orton

Fraction Boot Camp - Barb Weidus and Bob Batty

Embrace Variability! “Big Ideas” in Statistical Understanding. - Bob Lochel and Glenn Waddell 

Discovering Geometry through Drawing and Discussion from Verbal Cues at Whiteboards - Jennifer Fairbanks and Kathy Campbell 

Reimagining High School Mathematics -  Carl Oliver and Sadie Estrella

Talk Less, Smile More 3: Debate and Discussion in Math Class - Chris Luzniak and Matt Baker 

Uncovering Geometry Through Islamic Geometric Design - Megan Schmidt, Stephen Weimar, and Annie Perkins

Dynamic Geometry Using Desmos - Annie Fetter and David Petro

Taking a Knee in the Mathematics Classroom: Moving From Analysis to Action - Marian Dingle and Wendy Menard

We Have So Many Questions! - Mary Bourassa and Sheri Walker

Sports Analytics Investigations - Joel Bezaire

Make Professional Development Great Again - Michelle Naidu

 

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. 

 

How Does Desmos Love Teachers? Let me count the ways! - Anna Scholl  

Lesson Study: How to Make Instructional Shifts Stick - Chase Orton 

Fraction Boot Camp - Barb Weidus and Bob Batty

Embrace Variability! “Big Ideas” in Statistical Understanding. - Bob Lochel and Glenn Waddell  

Discovering Geometry through Drawing and Discussion from Verbal Cues at Whiteboards - Jennifer Fairbanks and Kathy Campbell

Reimagining High School Mathematics -  Carl Oliver and Sadie Estrella

Talk Less, Smile More 3: Debate and Discussion in Math Class - Chris Luzniak and Matt Baker

Uncovering Geometry Through Islamic Geometric Design - Megan Schmidt, Stephen Weimar, and Annie Perkins

Dynamic Geometry Using Desmos - Annie Fetter and David Petro 

Taking a Knee in the Mathematics Classroom: Moving From Analysis to Action - Marian Dingle and Wendy Menard

We Have So Many Questions! - Mary Bourassa and Sheri Walker

Sports Analytics Investigations - Joel Bezaire 

Make Professional Development Great Again - Michelle Naidu 

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