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2014 Presentations

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Please feel free to create your own page for your TMC14 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.
  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 24, 2014

1:30 – 2:30 pm

How to Shift Mindsets from Remembering HOW to Understanding WHY – Steve Leinwand


2:45 – 3:45 pm        

60 Formative Assessment Strategies in 60 Minutes - John Scammell

Classroom Routines: Counting Circles - Sadie Estrella

Making Awesome Activities Your Own- April Rogozinski

Discussion of Intervention Strategies - Kathryn Freed

Stats Basic Training: Algebra 1/Middle School - Hedge

iPads Out of the Spotlight - Jonathan Claydon

Debate That! Creating Argumentation and Reasoning in the Math Classroom – Chris Luzniak

New Ideas for Teaching Complex Numbers - Michael Pershan


4:00 – 4:30 pm 

180 Blogging - Justin Aion

Teaching From Your Couch – Jason Valade

National Board Certification and Renewal: How and Why - Lisa Bejarano and Pam Wilson

Math Maintenance - Ten Minutes to Success - Kathryn Belmonte

Enriching All Math Classrooms Through NRich - Megan Schmidt

Unfolding Student Understanding - Mary Williams


Friday, July 25, 2014

My Favorites - Meaningful Adjacenices - Bob Lochel

My Favorites - How to Play like a Mathematician - Edmund Harriss

My Favorites - What I Learned from John Holt - Justin Lanier. Excerpts I ReadHow Children Fail. How Children Learn.


1:30 – 2:30 pm

What's an MTBoS Good For Anyway? – Dan Meyer


2:45 – 3:45 pm 

Hinge Questions - Nik Doran

Bringing Basic TI Programming to the Math Classroom: No Coding Knowledge Necessary - Jasmine Walker and Amy Gruen

      Intro to programming on the TI.docx 

Links from Algebra 1 and Statistics - Glenn Waddell

Interactive Notebooks - Jonathan Claydon

Reaching and Teaching "Those Kids" - Chris Shore

Powerful Problem Solving - Max Ray

Tired of Memorizing Formulas, Me Too.  Try Transformations – Jed Butler  

How to Organize a Collaboration Event in Your District/City/State - Adrian Pumphrey and Jillian Paulen


4:00 – 5:00 pm 

How to add Videos to Your Lessons – Jason Valade

Project-Based Statistics - Andy Pethan

Nix the Tricks - Tina Cardone

Lesson Study: Learning and Teaching - That's What It's All About - Judy Keeney

Magnetize the Minds - John Stevens

Math Coaches & Specialists Discussion – led by Chris Shore

Course Plans and Unit Blueprints: Supporting Coherent Curriculum Development – Kate Nowak

Take a Walk and Chat with People - Michael Pershan


Saturday, July 26th

My Favorites -  Conic Cards - Cindy Johnson

My Favorites - Strategies for Teaching English Language Learners - Heather Kohn


1:30 – 2:30 pm

It Takes a Village... - Eli Luberoff


2:45 – 3:45 pm 

Problems in GeoGebra - John Golden, Audrey McLaren and Jed Butler (http://bit.ly/tmc14-ggb

Princess Dido and the Ox Skin - Chris Shore

Spiraling Through the Curriculum - Alex Overwijk and Mary Bourassa

WCYDWT - Stats Edition - Hedge

Using Tech Tools to Facilitate Whole Class Communication - Bob Lochel

Inspiring Mathematical Curiosity Through Hands-On Activities - Sarah Hagan

Equation Editor - Meghan Craig


Sunday, July 27th


My Favorite: Stats Mafia - Anthony Rossetti

  • Stats Mafia site link

My Favorite: Absolute Value Blackjack - Anthony Rossetti

My Favorite: Moneyball Webquest  - Moneyball Webquest Project [@aanthonya].pdf  - Anthony Rossetti

My Favorite: Card Games in the Math Classroom - Sebastian Speer



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