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Day / Time: Sat PM__1:15 [clear filter]
Saturday, November 6
 

1:15pm PDT

521: Counting Collections across the Elementary Grades Hilton, Plaza AAlison Williams • Nicky Bannister 522: What Are You Thinking? Orchestrating Productive Discussions Hilton, Plaza BLorelei Coddington 561: The art of arranging letters along a line circle or curve PSCC, Primrose DRon Lancaster 562: Let's Energize about the way we Synthesize! PSCC, Smoke Tree BCourtney Ortega • Keely Machmer-Wessels 563: Tech Tools for Math Lesson Design PSCC, Smoke Tree CKristan Morales 564: Stick and String: A model of Trigonometric Functions PSCC, Smoke Tree DEvan Rushton 565: Re-Engagement: A Strategy to Move Forward Not Backwards PSCC, Smoke Tree EJessica Balli • Solana Ray 566: Rethinking Homework: Practice Pushing & Pondering Problems PSCC, Smoke Tree FAvery Pickford 568: Dear Math Renaissance, AndreasSarah Strong • Gianna Butterfield 570: Accessing Probability using Manipulatives and Technology Renaissance, Chino ADan Shuster 572: Building Pascal's Triangle and Fibonacci Numbers with Trains Renaissance, Pueblo ABrian Hopkins 573: Enhance student agency by healing negative math identities Renaissance, Pueblo BJoshua Bean 541: Soar with Paper Airplanes: Activate Voices in Data Science PSCC, Mesquite AHelen Chan • Julian Rojas 543: Why Do I Need to Know This? Renaissance, San JacintoMark Goldstein • Cynthia Raff 544: Extreme Math Makeover: Problem-based Learning Edition PSCC, Mesquite GFrancis Ogata 545: Build Student Agency through Mathematical Modeling Renaissance, CatalinaAmy Lucenta • Grace Kelemanik 551: Building Student Agency Through HS Math Pathways PSCC, Mesquite FErica Heinzman • Josh Recio 552: Geometric Modeling Food Sustainability and Social Justice PSCC, Smoke Tree AShakiyya Bland, Ed.D. 553: MRWC: A View of Mathematical Structure for High School Renaissance, Santa RosaLaura Wallace • Josh Chesler 554: Discretely Expanding Student Access to Rich Curriculum Renaissance, SierraAnne Marie Almaraz • Melody Morris 591: A Trajectory to Empower Secondary Mathematics Instruction Renaissance, Mojave Lrng CtrMelanie Janzen • Diana Ceja 501: Teaching mathematics so that students feel seen and heard PSCC, Primrose AJennifer Langer-Osuna 502: Talk Number 2 Me: Mathematics & Mindfulness 2.0    PSCC, Primrose BChristina Lincoln-Moore 503: Skeptic Conversations: Levels of Convincing in Math Class Hilton, Horizon IIAngel Prado 581: Toothpaste and Student Engagement?! Equity and Relationships PSCC, Primrose CSean Nank • Jackie Murawska 582: What do Probes got to do got to do with it? PSCC, Mesquite BKarina Neel • Toni Osterbuhr 584: Inquiry Based Learning with Freckle Education PSCC, Mesquite EMackenzie Brooke 585: Stop Teaching Algorithms. Instead Mentor Mathematicians. PSCC, Mesquite HPamela Harris 512: Play and Learn Math: Number Sense Hilton, TapestrySusan Kunze • Michelle Kubiak 531: The Power of Students' Ideas Hilton, Horizon IAnnie Fetter 532: Slow Is The New Fast Hilton, Oasis 2Kathleen Jalalpour 533: Visual Representations Amplify Mathematical Understanding Hilton, Oasis 3Sara Moore 592: How to Teach Math on YouTube Like a Legend Renaissance, VenturaHuzefa Kapadia