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TMC18 Presentations

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Please feel free to create your own page for your TMC18 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 19th

1:00 – 1:30 pm My Favorites

 

1:30 – 2:30 pm Keynote

Measures of Center - Marian Dingle (video)

 

2:45 – 3:45 pm Afternoon Sessions

Developing mathematicians through problem solving - Amie Albrecht 

One Problem To Unite Them All - Aleda Klassen, Rhonda Hewer, and Jessica Bodnar 

Promoting Equity through Math Talks - Anne Agostinelli 

A Crash Course in Design Thinking (for educators) - Chris Nho and Benjamin Walker 

The Great Leap: transitioning from lecture to a motivated and motivational classroom - Elizabeth Statmore

Wanna play? Online and Paper and Pencil Puzzles to Explore Critical Thinking, 

Geometry Goodness - John O'Malley IV

The Coaching Stoplight: What to Keep, Change, Start, and Stop - Heather Kohn 

Formative Assessment Lessons – Where Do I Begin? - Pam Wilson 

Beyond Johnny Appleseed - Joe and Annie

Routines to Make Math More Playful and Social - Molly Rawding and Andrea Geglia 

Getting that Graph Game So Right with Marbleslides - Sean Sweeney 

Using GeoGebra in your Calculus class - Steve Phelps 

 

4:00 – 4:30 pm Afternoon Sessions

Interactive Notebooks for All - Farica Erwin 

Demos-ifying My Favorite No - Allison Krasnow 

Let's Talk About SBG Baby! - Brianna Coughlan and Julian Rojas 

Context, Strategies, and Filling First Graders' Toolkits - Becky Holden 

Arcs & Eyes - Brian Miller 

Let's Take a Math Field Trip! - Candace Bell 

Catalyzing Change in High School Mathematics: Initiating Critical Conversations - Robert Berry 

Being Purposeful with Soft Skills. - Tom Hall and Casey McCormick 

My year with MTBoS - ideas for my (non-AP) statistics class - Cori Colby 

Teaching Abroad - What it's like and how to get started - Emily Sliman 

Formative Assessment Lessons for 6-8 - Jill Price 

Organizing What I Beg, Borrow, and Adapt from the MTBoS - Jenny White and Mary Willams 

Functions come to life in Funville Adventures! - Sasha Fradkin 

 

Friday, July 20th

9:00 – 9:30 am Morning My Favorites 

 

1:00 – 1:30 pm Afternoon My Favorites

 

1:30 – 2:30 pm Keynote

Being a Teacher Leader, Let’s Build Up! - Julie Reulbach (video)

 

2:45 – 3:45 pm Afternoon Sessions

Math Intervention: A School-Wide Approach - Amy Gruen, James Bell, Mary Hibbs, and Cindy Zumbrunn 

An Unconventional Approach to Planning: How Spacing Out Our Lessons Changed Our Classes - Anna Vance and Alli George 

Strengthening Fraction Foundations through Number Talks - Anne Agostinelli 

Introduction to Desmos Geometry - Annie Fetter and David Petro (Intro to Quads, Geo Hunt, David's Geo Activities)

Supporting ELL’s with High Quality Math Resources - Barbara Beske 

Building a Flexible Standards-Based Classroom within a Traditional School Setting - Bob Janes 

Mathematics and Voting - Bringing Social Studies into the Math Classroom - Daniel Carlson 

Clothesline Math Grows Up: Functions on the Open Number Line - Chris Shore 

Writing in the Math Class - Cindy Reagan 

Our Adventure Through Project Based Learning - Madison Sandig and Carly Shellhammer 

Increasing Metacognition in grades K-4: Help students learn to self-assess and monitor their own learning - Desiree Harrison 

Living Proof: Enjoy Teaching 2-Column Proofs - Elissa Miller

Exploding Dots! - Kent Haines 

Calculus for the Algebra Teacher - Jonathan Claydon 

Play! (Making Games and Stations Fun and Purposeful) - Nicole Paris 

 

4:00 – 5:00 pm Afternoon Sessions

Mathematical Ideas in the Game of SET - Amie Albrecht 

Next Top Model for work with Polynomials - Anne Berger and Christina Sherman The Power of a Warmup Routine: building a culture of student ownership, joy, and freedom in the classroom - Becky Bob-Waksberg 

Size Matters: Growing Our Understanding of a Unit...Fraction - Graham Fletcher 

Small Group Instruction for Remediation and Enrichment - Jennifer Abel

Impossible? Maybe... - Sasha Fradkin 

Sausages Without the Skin - Nik Doran and Max Ray-Riek

Unknown Unknowns: Uncovering and Leveraging Student Understandings-Joe Schwartz and Jamie Spinato

 

Strategies for Equitable Access to Algebra - Kathryn Freed and Tim Freed 

Building Statistical Intuition Using CODAP - Shauna Hedgepeth (Hedge) 

Wading into Inquiry Learning for Algebra - Lane Walker 

Walking in Another's Shoes: Middle School Math Projects about Diversity and Social Justice - Liz Caffrey 

Portfolios to Enhance Metacognition in Students - Megan Dubee 

 

Saturday, July 21st

9:00 – 9:30 am Morning My Favorites

 

1:00 – 1:30 pm Afternoon My Favorites

 

1:30 – 2:30 pm Keynote

Mathematics isn't everywhere. It is more awesome than that. - Edmund Harris, John Golden, and Glenn Waddell 

http://bit.ly/MoreAwesomeTMC18, video.

 

2:45 – 3:45 pm Afternoon Sessions

Introduction to Delta Math - Zach Korzyk 

MTBoS Book Club: Exploring Math & Social Justice - Annie Perkins and Marian Dingle 

Re-igniting your colleagues' passion for learning. - Bob Batty and Anne Berger 

Circle Round: Engaging Students Through Mathematical Storytelling - Brian Bushart. http://bit.ly/CircleRoundTMC 

Making Progress in K-8 Geometry - Chrissy Newell  and Casey McCormick 

You are here: Using maps to enrich tasks - David Sabol 

Unveiling the Magic - Tina Cardone 

The Case to Reason Why: Avoid Invert and Multiply- Jodie Bailey 

Assessmos - Jonathan Claydon and Julie Reulbach 

Anxiety, Mindset and Motivation: Bridging from research to practical classroom structures - Lisa Bejarano and Dylan Kane 

Making Open Up Resources Our Own - Lydia Kirkman and Sara Vaughn 

Activities for Tackling "Yucky" Algebra Topics - Bob Lochel 

EL Strategies for the Secondary Math Classroom - Sara VanDerWerf 

The Antidote to Poisoned Projects - Suzanne Clemons 

 

4:00 – 5:00 pm Flex Sessions

The H-Word - Sara VanDerWerf

 

Sunday, July 22nd

9:00 – 11:00 am My Favorites

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

1:00 – 1:30 pm   Afternoon My Favorites 

 

1:30 – 2:30 pm   Keynote 

Measures of Center - Marian Dingle 


 

2:45 – 3:45 pm   Afternoon Sessions 

Developing mathematicians through problem solving - Amie Albrecht

One Problem To Unite Them All - Aleda Klassen, Rhonda Hergott, and Jessica Bodnar

Promoting Equity through Math Talks - Anne Agostinelli

A Crash Course in Design Thinking (for educators) - Chris Nho and Benjamin Walker  

The Great Leap: transitioning from lecture to a motivated and motivational classroom - Elizabeth Statmore 

Wanna play? Online and Paper and Pencil Puzzles to Explore Critical Thinking,  

Geometry Goodness - John O'Malley IV 

The Coaching Stoplight: What to Keep, Change, Start, and Stop - Heather Kohn  

Formative Assessment Lessons – Where Do I Begin? - Pam Wilson  

Beyond Johnny Appleseed: How Can We Encourage the Spread of Sense-Making Strategies - Joe Schwartz and Annie Fetter  

Routines to Make Math More Playful and Social - Molly Rawding and Andrea Geglia  

Getting that Graph Game So Right with Marbleslides - Sean Sweeney  

Using GeoGebra in your Calculus class - Steve Phelps  

 

4:00 – 4:30 pm   Afternoon Sessions

Interactive Notebooks for All - Farica Erwin  

Demos-ifying My Favorite No - Allison Krasnow  

Let's Talk About SBG Baby! - Brianna Coughlan and Julian Rojas  

Context, Strategies, and Filling First Graders' Toolkits - Becky Holden  

Arcs & Eyes - Brian Miller  

Let's Take a Math Field Trip! - Candace Bell  

Garden of Mathematical Resources - Frank Schorn  

Catalyzing Change in High School Mathematics: Initiating Critical Conversations - Robert Berry  

Being Purposeful with Soft Skills. - Tom Hall and Casey McCormick  

My year with MTBoS - ideas for my (non-AP) statistics class - Cori Colby  

Teaching Abroad - What it's like and how to get started - Emily Sliman  

Formative Assessment Lessons for 6-8 - Jill Price  

Organizing What I Beg, Borrow, and Adapt from the MTBoS - Jenny White and Mary Willams  

Functions come to life in Funville Adventures! - Sasha Fradkin

 

4:30 – 5:00 pm   Speed Dating


9:00 – 9:30 am   Morning My Favorites and Announcements 

 

9:30 – 11:30 am Morning Sessions (same as Thursday)

 

11:30 am – 1:00 pm    Lunch (on your own)

 

1:00 – 1:30 pm   Afternoon My Favorites 

 

1:30 – 2:30 pm   Keynote

Being a Teacher Leader, Let’s Build Up! - Julie Reulbach

 

2:45 – 3:45 pm   Afternoon Sessions

Math Intervention: A School-Wide Approach - Amy Gruen, James Bell, Mary Hibbs, and Cindy Zumbrunn

An Unconventional Approach to Planning: How Spacing Out Our Lessons Changed Our Classes - Anna Vance and Alli George

Strengthening Fraction Foundations through Number Talks - Anne Agostinelli  

Introduction to Desmos Geometry - Annie Fetter and David Petro  

Supporting ELL’s with High Quality Math Resources - Barbara Beske  

Building a Flexible Standards-Based Classroom within a Traditional School Setting - Bob Janes

Mathematics and Voting - Bringing Social Studies into the Math Classroom - Daniel Carlson  

Clothesline Math Grows Up: Functions on the Open Number Line - Chris Shore

Writing in the Math Class - Cindy Reagan

Our Adventure Through Project Based Learning - Madison Sandig and Carly Shellhammer

Increasing Metacognition in grades K-4: Help students learn to self-assess and monitor their own learning - Desiree Harrison

Living Proof: Enjoy Teaching 2-Column Proofs - Elissa Miller

Exploding Dots! - Kent Haines

Calculus for the Algebra Teacher - Jonathan Claydon

Play! (Making Games and Stations Fun and Purposeful) - Nicole Paris


 

4:00 – 5:00 pm   Afternoon Sessions

Mathematical Ideas in the Game of SET - Amie Albrecht  

Next Top Model for work with Polynomials - Anne Berger and Christina Sherman The Power of a Warmup Routine: building a culture of student ownership, joy, and freedom in the classroom - Becky Bob-Waksberg

Size Matters: Growing Our Understanding of a Unit...Fraction - Graham Fletcher

Small Group Instruction for Remediation and Enrichment - Jennifer Abel

Impossible? Maybe... - Sasha Fradkin

Sausages Without the Skin - Nik Doran and Max Ray-Riek

Unknown Unknowns: Uncovering and Leveraging Student Understandings - Joe Schwartz and Jamie Spinato

Strategies for Equitable Access to Algebra - Kathryn Freed and Tim Freed  

Building Statistical Intuition Using CODAP - Shauna Hedgepeth (Hedge)

Wading into Inquiry Learning for Algebra - Lane Walker

Walking in Another's Shoes: Middle School Math Projects about Diversity and Social Justice - Liz Caffrey

Portfolios to Enhance Metacognition in Students - Megan Dubee


9:00 – 9:30 am   Morning My Favorites and Announcements 

 

9:30 – 11:30 am Morning Sessions (same as Thursday and Friday)

 

11:30 am – 1:00 pm    Lunch (on your own)

 

1:00 – 1:30 pm   Afternoon My Favorites 

 

1:30 – 2:30 pm   Keynote 

Mathematics isn't everywhere. It is more awesome than that.

Edmund Harris, John Golden, and Glenn Waddell

 

2:45 – 3:45 pm   Afternoon Sessions

Introduction to Delta Math - Zach Korzyk  

MTBoS Book Club: Exploring Math & Social Justice - Annie Perkins and Marian Dingle

Re-igniting your colleagues' passion for learning. - Bob Batty and Anne Berger

Circle Round: Engaging Students Through Mathematical Storytelling - Brian Bushart

Making Progress in K-8 Geometry - Chrissy Newell  and Casey McCormick

You are here: Using maps to enrich tasks - David Sabol

Unveiling the Magic - Tina Cardone  

The Case to Reason Why: Avoid Invert and Multiply- Jodie Bailey

Assessmos - Jonathan Claydon and Julie Reulbach

Anxiety, Mindset and Motivation: Bridging from research to practical classroom structures - Lisa Bejarano and Dylan Kane

Making Open Up Resources Our Own - Lydia Kirkman and Sara Vaughn

Activities for Tackling "Yucky" Algebra Topics. - Bob Lochel

EL Strategies for the Secondary Math Classroom - Sara VanDerWerf

The Antidote to Poisoned Projects - Suzanne Clemons

 

4:00 – 5:00 pm   Flex Sessions, TBD


 

9:00 – 11:00 am My Favorites and Closing 

 

 

 

 


 

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