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Saturday, November 6

8:30am PDT

303: Learning Together To Support Mathematical Argumentation in Grades 3-5 Hilton, Horizon IElham Kazemi 322: The Power of CGI and Multiplication Fluency. Hilton, Plaza BJason Holloway 362: Making Sense of Decimals with the Cantor Set PSCC, Smoke Tree BAdam D. Richardson 364: Journey to Mathland with Desmos PSCC, Smoke Tree EKurt Salisbury 365: Opening doors: Not all mathematics is in the textbook PSCC, Smoke Tree FGail Burrill 366: Supporting Equitable Teaching in a Post-COVID World Renaissance, CatalinaIvan Cheng • Alma Pacheco 367: Fortifying the First Five: Do Nows Done Better! Renaissance, AndreasRichard Sgroi 368:  Ingredients of An Enjoyable and Engaging Math Classroom Renaissance, CactusSuyeon Hwang 369: STEM-ulate Your Students with TI! Renaissance, Chino AMichelle Bonds 370: Algebra for Everyone: Conceptual Strength Through Discovery Renaissance, Chino BJosh Britton 677: The Visuals that Lead to the Vision! Renaissance, Pueblo BAlecia McGill 341: The Giant One: Making sense of fractions and beyond! PSCC, Mesquite ADarrell Trussell 342: Use Algebra Tiles to Create a "Math Vision" for MS Students PSCC, Mesquite DGlenda Wilkins 343:  Kids' Thinking Driving Teaching and My Own Learning of Math Renaissance, San JacintoTheodore Sagun • Joy Zimmerman 344: Learning is Proportional to Doing: Clothesline Math PSCC, Primrose DJennifer Moffett • Crystal Cammon 345: Games and Activities for Numerical Fluency Hilton, Oasis 3Shelly Baumann 301: District School and Classroom Structures that Amplify Diverse Voices PSCC, Primrose ABrian Lawler 351: Statistics for Good: Let Your Students Speak for the Data PSCC, Mesquite EDaren Starnes 352: Digital Portfolios to Increase Student Reflection PSCC, Mesquite FGwendolyn Rhoades • Edward Lee 354: Encourage Deeper Math Conversations through Visualization PSCC, Smoke Tree CCurtis Brown 356: Exploring Functions through Hands-On Data Collection. Renaissance, SierraTom Beatini • Dina Scacchetti 357: Experience First Formalize Later: Reimagine Calculus Class Renaissance, Pueblo ASarah Stecher 391: TODOS Position Papers; Using the Position papers to introd Renaissance, Mojave Lrng CtrGloria BrownBrooks 302: The Problem with “Basic Facts”: A Meditation on 6x7 PSCC, Primrose BBerkeley Everett 346: 6 Signs of Unforgettable Lessons PSCC, Oasis 3ROBERT KAPLINSKY 381: What now? The new post-pandemic normal. PSCC, Mesquite BRichard Carranza 383: Writing Robust Mathematics Tasks for Classroom Use PSCC, Mesquite GMichelle Welford 384: Halt the 8 Thinking Thieves PSCC, Mesquite HTraci Jackson 311: 5 Task Structures Promoting Multiple Solutions (K-2nd) Hilton, Plaza DMichael Fitchett • Andrea Holmes 312: Math and Literacy in your Joyful Primary Classroom Hilton, TapestryKim Kirley 331: The Power of Pictures: Utilizing Images to Hilton, Horizon IIKristen Acosta 332: Teaching to Test-Can't Be All that Bad Can It? Hilton, Oasis 2Gabriel Ward 392: The Joy of Posing and Solving Problems with GeoGebra Renaissance, VenturaJose Contreras • Armando Martinez-Cruz 393: Visualizing the algebra of equations with mapping diagrams Hilton, Plaza CMartin Flashman