2013 NCSM Annual Conference

Tuesday Sessions

Session information last updated: 4-13-2013

 
Tuesday Sessions, April 16, 2013
 
200  7:30 AM to
8:30 AM
Centennial D-HGeneralFunctionsEquity for Each Learner: Equitable Practices to Engage and Build Student Mathematical Knowledge

Supporting Struggling Learners in a Common Core World
David Dockterman, Ed.D. Adjunct Lecturer on Education Harvard Graduate School of Education Dr. David Dockterman is a nationally recognized pioneer in the development and implementation of technology for classroom instruction. A former social studies teacher, David joined Tom Snyder Productions in 1982 while earning his Ed.D. from the Harvard Graduate School of Education. At Tom Snyder, and later at Scholastic, David has designed several award-winning computer programs including Science Court and The Great Ocean Rescue. Most recently, Dr. Dockterman served as a key advisor for the development of MATH 180, a comprehensive system that integrates curriculum, assessment, professional learning opportunities, and family and community engagement tools to ensure mathematical success. David is also a Lecturer on Education at the Harvard Graduate School of Education, where his courses in educational technology and instructional design draw students from around the world. Ted Hasselbring, Ed.D. Research Professor Dept. of Special Education in Peabody College, Vanderbilt University Dr. Hasselbring is a Professor of Special Education at Peabody College of Vanderbilt University. Over the past twenty-five years, Dr. Hasselbring has conducted research on the use of technology for enhancing learning in students with mild disabilities and those who are at-risk of school failure. He has authored more than one hundred articles and book chapters on learning and technology and serves on the editorial boards of six professional journals. He is also the author of several computer programs, including READ 180. Between 2000 and 2006, Dr. Hasselbring left Vanderbilt and served as the Executive Director of the National Assistive Technology Research Institute at the University of Kentucky. In the fall of 2006, Dr. Hasselbring returned to Vanderbilt where he had been a Professor of Special Education and Co-Director of the Learning Technology Center for 18 years. Dr. Hasselbring is a graduate of Indiana University, earning a Bachelor of Science Degree in 1971, the Master of Arts in Teaching Degree with a major in Biology in 1972, and an Ed.D. in Special Education in 1979.

 

Lead Speaker: David Dockterman
Co-Presenter: Ted Hasselbring

201  8:45 AM to
9:45 AM
Capitol 5-7GeneralMajor SpeakerEquity for Each Learner: Equitable Practices to Engage and Build Student Mathematical Knowledge

Driving for Equity in Common Core Implementation: What Can We Borrow from Schools and Districts on the Performance Frontier?
Kati Haycock is one of the nation's leading advocates in the field of education. She currently serves as President of The Education Trust. Established in 1996, the Trust works for the high academic achievement of all students at all levels, pre-kindergarten through college. The organization's goal is to close the gaps in opportunity and achievement that consign too many low-income students and students of color to lives on the margins of the American mainstream. Known for years as a powerful force on education policy, The Trust is often described as "the most important truth teller" in American public education. But the organization also works hand in hand with educators and civic leaders in their efforts to transform schools and colleges into institutions that serve all students well. Before coming to The Education Trust, Haycock served as Executive Vice President of the Children's Defense Fund, the nation's largest child advocacy organization.

 

Lead Speaker: Kati Haycock

202  8:45 AM to
9:45 AM
Quartz A/BMiddle
(6 - 8)
Technology ShowcaseEquity for Each Learner: Equitable Practices to Engage and Build Student Mathematical Knowledge

The Solution You Have Been Waiting For: Introducing MATH 180
After years of excitement and anticipation, we are proud to announce the launch of MATH 180. Be one of the first to experience the breakthrough middle school program that will change the way you think about teaching mathematics. Designed by the world's most respected voices in mathematics pedagogy, adaptive technologies, and teaching practices, come hear how Deborah Ball, Sybilla Beckman, David Dockterman, and others have integrated their latest research to develop and support our new blending learning solution for instruction. Experience how we've developed an expert system for your struggling students with exciting real world videos and simulations, scaffolded lessons that emphasize reasoning and thinking, and personalized practice through gaming technology - and fall in love with our new ecosystem of support for teachers - empowering you as the leaders of the classroom.

 

Lead Speaker: Lea Ozeri
Co-Presenter: Nikki Lalonde

203  8:45 AM to
9:45 AM
Capitol 2Intermediate
(3 - 5)
Sponsor ShowcasePractices that Support Coaches: Theoretically-Informed and Research-Based Practices for Content and Pedagogy

Fractions in Action: A Comprehensive Hands-On Solution
Join us to learn about our comprehensive fractions solution for teachers and students. We bring together physical manipulatives and number line tools; digital resources including VersaMate, an iPad app for student practice; curriculum resources, including our Hands-On Standards family; and professional development from Core professional development. Together, we can build teacher knowledge and capacity, make mathematics class more engaging for students, and build both conceptual understanding and skill fluency. Experience our hands-on fractions environment yourself in this session!

 

Lead Speaker: Sara Moore

204  8:45 AM to
9:45 AM
Centennial AIntermediate
(3 - 5)
Oral PresentationEquity for Each Learner: Equitable Practices to Engage and Build Student Mathematical Knowledge

In-Service and Pre-Service Teachers Collaborate in the Development of Culturally Relevant Curriculum to Promote Students' Mathematical Knowledge
A college professor and a local elementary school principal partnered to support teachers and teacher candidates' development of curriculum for struggling students. Interviews, journals, and community-base ethnography informed the creation of materials, methods, and activities grounded in students' cultural roots and history.

 

Lead Speaker: Sherri Cianca

205  8:45 AM to
9:45 AM
Centennial BMiddle
(6 - 8)
Oral PresentationAssessing what Counts: Assessment Practices that Lead to New and Different Pathways for Deeper Levels of Understanding

iPads: Creating Opportunities for Student Discourse
We will tell our stories of how we've been using iPads and video in middle school mathematics classrooms focusing on developing students' accountable talk and deepening students' mathematical practices. We will explore ways teacher leaders can assist teachers in creating an environment where student learning is sustained, validated, and challenged.

 

Lead Speaker: Erin Igo
Co-Presenter: Lori Marinucci

206  8:45 AM to
9:45 AM
Centennial CSecondary
(9 - 12)
Oral PresentationEquity for Each Learner: Equitable Practices to Engage and Build Student Mathematical Knowledge

Do the Function Dance with Sketchpad© 5: Make Functions Fun and Give Function Concepts a Concrete Basis
How better to explore rate of change than as independent and dependent variables dancing together? We'll vary x and y by doing both real and computer-based dances of functions from a variety of families. Bring your laptop or iPad with Sketchpad. Leave with classroom-ready activities to share with your teachers.

 

Lead Speaker: Scott Steketee
Co-Presenter: Daniel Scher

207  8:45 AM to
9:45 AM
Mineral AGeneralOral PresentationKnowledge for Leaders to Support a Strategic Infrastructure for Student Learning: Leader Practices that Build Full Knowledge for an Infrastructure to Support High Mathematics Achievement

The Next Steps with the Great Tasks
Join us to see the multiple ways the NCSM Great Tasks can be used to increase student learning with teachers, coaches and administrators. Review the tools and look at the rubrics. We will also discuss the next steps to help implement the Common Core State Standards by focusing on the practices.

 

Lead Speaker: Connie Schrock
Co-Presenter: Kit Norris
Co-Presenter: David Pugalee
Co-Presenter: Richard Seitz

208  8:45 AM to
9:45 AM
Mineral B/CGeneralOral PresentationKnowledge for Leaders to Support a Strategic Infrastructure for Student Learning: Leader Practices that Build Full Knowledge for an Infrastructure to Support High Mathematics Achievement

Data + Analyses = Good Decision Making
Use of statistical analysis methods provides evidence for mathematics leaders' and coaches' decisions. A discussion of common methods used in schools will be shared and discussed. Root cause analysis will be presented. Groups will do root cause analysis and discuss how to create improvement plans based on statistical analyses.

 

Lead Speaker: Janet Herrelko

209  8:45 AM to
9:45 AM
Mineral D/EIntermediate
(3 - 5)
Oral PresentationEquity for Each Learner: Equitable Practices to Engage and Build Student Mathematical Knowledge

Talking About Fractions: Helping All Students Engage in Mathematical Discourse
The CCSS for Mathematical Practice present a view of mathematics class focused on reasoning and discourse. What does this look like in the domain of fractions? How can teachers ensure that ALL students participate in mathematical discussions? We will address these questions and share strategies for supporting teachers and students.

 

Lead Speaker: Julie McNamara
Co-Presenter: Patty Clark

210  8:45 AM to
9:45 AM
Mineral F/GGeneralOral PresentationAssessing what Counts: Assessment Practices that Lead to New and Different Pathways for Deeper Levels of Understanding

How Coaching Conversations Around Student Work Have Improved Mathematics
Participants will examine assessment materials and activities used to improve instruction and student understanding of mathematics. Learn how teacher leaders have effectively used a cycle of rigorous tasks and student work samples in coaching conversations to improve instruction and student learning.

 

Lead Speaker: Astrid Fossum
Co-Presenter: Lee Ann Pruske
Co-Presenter: Cynthia Cuellar

211  8:45 AM to
9:45 AM
Capitol 1Middle
(6 - 8)
Oral PresentationAssessing what Counts: Assessment Practices that Lead to New and Different Pathways for Deeper Levels of Understanding

Supporting Teachers' Use of Effective Formative Assessment Practices: Examples from a Current Professional Development Program Addressing Common Barriers and Solutions
For many teachers, generic professional development about formative assessment is not enough to make substantive changes in teaching in the mathematics classroom. Come learn about very specific barriers to mathematics teachers' use of formative assessment practices and gain some tools to use with teachers to move them past these barriers.

 

Lead Speaker: Cheryl Tobey
Co-Presenter: Susan Janssen

212  8:45 AM to
9:45 AM
Capitol 3Secondary
(9 - 12)
Oral PresentationKnowledge for Leaders to Support a Strategic Infrastructure for Student Learning: Leader Practices that Build Full Knowledge for an Infrastructure to Support High Mathematics Achievement

Strong Leadership is Needed to Ensure Academic Achievement for All - What Will Be Your "Differentiated Response" to Learning the Common Core State Standards?
What does it mean to meet the needs of all learners? Determine the leadership and instructional processes needed to implement the Common Core State Standards to ensure learning for all students. See how one high school district engages Professional Learning Communities to implement Required Response to Intervention and created a differentiated response to learning.

 

Lead Speaker: Mona Toncheff
Co-Presenter: Jeanette Scott
Co-Presenter: John Doherty

213  8:45 AM to
9:45 AM
Capitol 4Primary
(PK - 2)
Oral PresentationKnowledge for Leaders to Support a Strategic Infrastructure for Student Learning: Leader Practices that Build Full Knowledge for an Infrastructure to Support High Mathematics Achievement

From STEM to STEAM: The Critical Role of the Arts and Creativity in Elementary Mathematics Education
We need to work together to infuse creativity - artistic expression and inventive thinking - into our teachers' everyday mathematics instruction. Young students need to be fully engaged in creating mathematics models, writing mathematics stories, doodling and sketching, and using multiple means of expression to think about mathematics.

 

Lead Speaker: Stuart J. Murphy

214.1  8:45 AM to
9:45 AM
SandstoneGeneralOral PresentationKnowledge for Leaders to Support a Strategic Infrastructure for Student Learning: Leader Practices that Build Full Knowledge for an Infrastructure to Support High Mathematics Achievement

Let's Use NCSM's Illustrating the Standards for Mathematical Practice Modules
We will guide you in planning a 2- to 4-hour staff development using modules from the NCSM Website. We will examine a a module on Reasoning and Explaining (Congruence and Similarity) and a Seeing Structure and Generalizing module (Sidewalk Patterns) to focus our work.

 

Lead Speaker: Hope Bjerke

215  8:45 AM to
10:15 AM
TitaniumPrimary
(PK - 2)
Oral PresentationPractices that Support Coaches: Theoretically-Informed and Research-Based Practices for Content and Pedagogy

Coaching for Mathematical Understanding
Adult proficiency with algorithms has hidden the mathematical complexity behind these "shortcuts." This session investigates multiple algorithms for subtraction as a way to experience the distinction between teaching for understanding and teaching procedurally. In recognizing this distinction, coaches are better prepared to support teachers in their development as mathematicians.

 

Lead Speaker: Donna Johnson
Co-Presenter: Rebeca Itzkowich

216  8:45 AM to
10:15 AM
ZirconiumSecondary
(9 - 12)
Oral PresentationPractices that Support Coaches: Theoretically-Informed and Research-Based Practices for Content and Pedagogy

Multitasking Through the Common Core Using Learning Cycles
We propose "multitasking" as an innovative way of conceptualizing instruction - recognizing that single tasks can address multiple learning standards, while multiple tasks can be used to solidify a single standard. Participants in this session will examine a sequence of tasks illustrating a "multitasking" perspective towards teaching and learning.

 

Lead Speaker: Scott Hendrickson
Co-Presenter: Janet Sutorius
Co-Presenter: Travis Lemon

217  8:45 AM to
10:15 AM
PlatinumGeneralOral PresentationPractices that Support Coaches: Theoretically-Informed and Research-Based Practices for Content and Pedagogy

How Can Mathematics Specialists Affect Change in Educational Belief Structures?
Mathematics education is transforming and mathematics specialists are the leaders and catalysts of the change. Mathematics specialists have to work with a variety of teachers. This presentation will look at research to discuss implications of the research on best practices that leads the change in the way teachers educate.

 

Lead Speaker: Chelyse Miller

219  10:00 AM to
11:00 AM
Capitol 5-7GeneralMajor SpeakerEquity for Each Learner: Equitable Practices to Engage and Build Student Mathematical Knowledge

Promoting Equity Through Teaching for a Growth Mindset
Dr Jo Boaler is a Professor of Mathematics Education at Stanford University and the editor of the Research Commentary Section of The Journal for Research in Mathematics Education (JRME). Former roles have included being the Marie Curie Professor of Mathematics Education at the University of Sussex, England, a mathematics teacher in London comprehensive schools and a lecturer and researcher at King's College, London. Her PhD won the national award for educational research in the UK and her book: Experiencing School Mathematics won the 'Outstanding Book of the Year' award for education in Britain. She is an elected fellow of the Royal Society of Arts (Great Britain), and a former president of the International Organization for Women and Mathematics Education (IOWME). She is the recipient of a National Science Foundation 'Early Career Award'. She is the author of seven books and numerous research articles. Her latest books What's Math Got To Do With It? (2009) published by Penguin, USA and The Elephant in the Classroom (2010) published by Souvenir Press, UK, both aim to increase public understanding of the importance of mathematics, and the nature of effective teaching approaches in the USA and the UK.

 

Lead Speaker: Jo Boaler

220  10:00 AM to
11:00 AM
Quartz A/BGeneralTechnology ShowcaseAssessing what Counts: Assessment Practices that Lead to New and Different Pathways for Deeper Levels of Understanding

Formative Assessment to Plan, Execute, and Monitor Progress for RtI Success!
Experience the power of using the Moving with Math Web-Based Assessment Suite to guide and improve mathematics instruction. RtI case studies will demonstrate how to use formative and summative reports to easily and effectively differentiate instruction, monitor progress, and provide accountability. Attendees will receive a FREE 30-day trial.

 

Lead Speaker: Nelson Palmer
Co-Presenter: Amy Johnson
Co-Presenter: Caryl Pierson

221  10:00 AM to
11:00 AM
Capitol 2GeneralSponsor ShowcaseKnowledge for Leaders to Support a Strategic Infrastructure for Student Learning: Leader Practices that Build Full Knowledge for an Infrastructure to Support High Mathematics Achievement

Results at Scale: ST Math, a Game-Based Learning System, Increases Student Mathematics Achievement and Deepens Teachers' Content Knowledge for Teaching the Common Core State Standards
Reaching nearly half a million students, MIND Research Institute's award-winning ST Math instructional system has shown repeated success in increasing student achievement across the U.S. Learn about ST Math's unique spatial-temporal approach to learning mathematics and how the program provides access to rigorous mathematics for students and deepens teachers' content knowledge for meaningful mathematics instruction.

 

Lead Speaker: Erich Zeller

222  10:00 AM to
11:00 AM
Centennial AGeneralOral PresentationAssessing what Counts: Assessment Practices that Lead to New and Different Pathways for Deeper Levels of Understanding

Ten Strategies for Making Questioning Central to Teaching: Assessing What Counts
Questions can make student thinking about the mathematics visible and enable teachers to shape their instruction accordingly. Questions can also push students to make connections and extend their learning. How can we help teachers make such questioning the norm in their classrooms and how can interactive dynamic technology help?

 

Lead Speaker: Tom Dick

223  10:00 AM to
11:00 AM
Centennial BIntermediate
(3 - 5)
Oral PresentationKnowledge for Leaders to Support a Strategic Infrastructure for Student Learning: Leader Practices that Build Full Knowledge for an Infrastructure to Support High Mathematics Achievement

School and University Partnership: Teaching English Learners Mathematics and Science
Elementary teachers, coaches, pre-service teachers, and faculty members come together to create rigorous mathematics and science learning for English Learners (ELs). Come listen to three school districts, faculty, and students discuss this collaborative project (including classroom support, professional development, content specific strategies for ELs, and our successes/learning opportunities).

 

Lead Speaker: Jenni Harding-Dekam

224  10:00 AM to
11:00 AM
Centennial CIntermediate
(3 - 5)
Oral PresentationPractices that Support Coaches: Theoretically-Informed and Research-Based Practices for Content and Pedagogy

Fraction Conversations: Effective Questioning and Technology Tools to Improve Instruction
It's all about asking the right questions and listening to students. This session will describe a successful "coaching" professional development project supporting teachers in improving effective mathematical classroom discussions grounded in key Common Core State Standards fractional concepts with technology tools. Implementation process materials will be shared.

 

Lead Speaker: Mary Elizabeth Mendenhall
Co-Presenter: Lauri Susi

225  10:00 AM to
11:00 AM
Mineral AGeneralOral PresentationKnowledge for Leaders to Support a Strategic Infrastructure for Student Learning: Leader Practices that Build Full Knowledge for an Infrastructure to Support High Mathematics Achievement

Building Consensus with the CCSSM Curriculum Materials Analysis Tools
This session will provide participants with the opportunity to examine tools that were developed by a national team of mathematicians, mathematics teacher educators, and school administrators to assist textbook selection committees, school administrators, and teachers in choosing curriculum materials that support implementation of the new Common Core State Standards for Mathematics. The tools are designed to build consensus based on collected evidence.

 

Lead Speaker: Marilyn Strutchens
Co-Presenter: William Bush
Co-Presenter: W. Gary Martin

226  10:00 AM to
11:00 AM
Mineral B/CIntermediate
(3 - 5)
Oral PresentationEquity for Each Learner: Equitable Practices to Engage and Build Student Mathematical Knowledge

Mathematics in Local and State Community Events: How to Make Mathematics Real for Students
This session will explain how you can use local cummunity events to expand mathematical inquiry, skills, and applications. Participants will explore the many options for mathematical connections to real life in students' daily lives.

 

Lead Speaker: Michelle Daml

227  10:00 AM to
11:00 AM
Mineral D/EGeneralOral PresentationEquity for Each Learner: Equitable Practices to Engage and Build Student Mathematical Knowledge

Using Technology to Support Strugging Students in the Common Core
The Common Core State Standards (CCSS) require a number of underlying fluencies for student success with the Standards and Practices. But some students struggle to attain fluency, particularly at the pace demanded by the CCSS. In this session, we will share our research on why some students struggle and how technology can help.

 

Lead Speaker: Ted Hasselbring

228  10:00 AM to
11:00 AM
Mineral F/GMiddle
(6 - 8)
Oral PresentationAssessing what Counts: Assessment Practices that Lead to New and Different Pathways for Deeper Levels of Understanding

Developing the Use of Formative Assessment in the Mathematics Classroom: A Year's Journey
Join us as we share our experiences developing and strengthening the use of effective formative assessment in the mathematics classroom. Our professional development journey, highlighted by videos and pen casts of classroom experiences that reflect the professional development activities, will be presented.

 

Lead Speaker: Jennifer Henschen
Co-Presenter: John Staley

229  10:00 AM to
11:00 AM
Capitol 1Secondary
(9 - 12)
Oral PresentationAssessing what Counts: Assessment Practices that Lead to New and Different Pathways for Deeper Levels of Understanding

Students Unmotivated? Digging Deeper with Formative Assessment
Motivation is learned, social, adaptive, in the moment, and success matters. Strategically placed, well-designed formative assessments can motivate, build confidence, and improve learning. Strategies will be introduced to develop discourse, activate metacognition, improve engagement, determine progress on high level tasks, and provide starting points for individual and group instruction.

 

Lead Speaker: Linda Fulmore

230  10:00 AM to
11:00 AM
Capitol 3Intermediate
(3 - 5)
Oral PresentationEquity for Each Learner: Equitable Practices to Engage and Build Student Mathematical Knowledge

Differentiated Professional Development: A Powerful Way to Help Teachers Build Mathematics Knowledge for Teaching Fractions to Struggling Learners (Grades 4-6)
Experience professional development (PD) activities designed to help teachers build their own knowledge of fractions, diagnostic approaches, and effective instructional practices for struggling learners (with and without disabilities). Try formative assessment probes, examine student work, and discuss classroom video. Learn ways to differentiate PD activities to address teachers' varied mathematics backgrounds and interests.

 

Lead Speaker: Amy Brodesky
Co-Presenter: Emily Fagan

231  10:00 AM to
11:00 AM
Capitol 4Primary
(PK - 2)
Oral PresentationAssessing what Counts: Assessment Practices that Lead to New and Different Pathways for Deeper Levels of Understanding

Beyond Right Answers: Assessing Understanding of Number Concepts
The Critical Learning Phases are essential stages of development in children's mathematical thinking, unrecognized by those who define progress as the ability to get right answers. When we assess the Critical Learning Phases, we determine what children do and do not understand which then enables us to provide the instruction students need.

 

Lead Speaker: Kathy Richardson

232  10:00 AM to
11:00 AM
GraniteSecondary
(9 - 12)
Oral PresentationEquity for Each Learner: Equitable Practices to Engage and Build Student Mathematical Knowledge

The Role of Academic Language in Providing Access to Mathematical Knowledge
A mathematics professor and a professor of modern languages and literature have teamed up to discuss the use of academic language and its role in providing access to the Common Core State Standards for Mathematical Practice.

 

Lead Speaker: David Pagni
Co-Presenter: Cheryl Zimmerman

232.1  10:00 AM to
11:00 AM
SandstoneGeneralOral PresentationKnowledge for Leaders to Support a Strategic Infrastructure for Student Learning: Leader Practices that Build Full Knowledge for an Infrastructure to Support High Mathematics Achievement

iPad Applications Q&A
This session is a Question and Answer session that focuses on iPad applications that may be used in the classroom. Come experience learning and teaching in an electronic environment. Bring your iPad if you have one, or come to listen and learn. Several iPads will be available for those without them.

 

Lead Speaker: Mike Hall

233  10:30 AM to
12:00 PM
TitaniumMiddle
(6 - 8)
Oral PresentationPractices that Support Coaches: Theoretically-Informed and Research-Based Practices for Content and Pedagogy

Using Student Work as an Instructional Strategy and Professional Development Resource
This session will illustrate how student work can be used in mathematics professional development and mathematics classrooms to foster classroom discussions, facilitate mathematical connections, promote justification, and illuminate common misconceptions. Strategies will be provided to help teachers facilitate the CCSS for Mathematical Practice focused on "critiquing the reasoning of others."

 

Lead Speaker: Jennifer Nimtz
Co-Presenter: Nic Gilberston
Co-Presenter: Eun Mi Kim
Co-Presenter: Kevin Lawrence
Co-Presenter: Joanne Philhower

234  10:30 AM to
12:00 PM
ZirconiumGeneralOral PresentationPractices that Support Coaches: Theoretically-Informed and Research-Based Practices for Content and Pedagogy

Supporting Teachers to Extend Arithmetic to Algebra
This interactive session makes use of NSF-funded professional development materials for the teaching of early algebra in the elementary and middle school years. A "landscape of teacher development" is discussed as well as the research results across three conditions: workshops, home/study use, and a control group receiving no direct professional development.

 

Lead Speaker: Catherine Fosnot
Co-Presenter: .Courtney Nelson
Co-Presenter: Adrienne Smith
Co-Presenter: Kara Imm
Co-Presenter: Despina Stylianou

235  10:30 AM to
12:00 PM
PlatinumGeneralOral PresentationPractices that Support Coaches: Theoretically-Informed and Research-Based Practices for Content and Pedagogy

Trying to Reach the PEAK of Professional Development? Start with Mathematics!
Are you trying to engage teachers in quality mathematics professional development? The secret to success can be as simple as starting with quality mathematics tasks. Come explore and discuss how engaging mathematics teachers in mathematics tasks can lead to powerful discussion and learning to impact classroom practice.

 

Lead Speaker: Kate Canine

237  11:15 AM to
12:15 PM
Capitol 5-7GeneralMajor SpeakerEquity for Each Learner: Equitable Practices to Engage and Build Student Mathematical Knowledge

Strategies for Developing Student Reasoning and Sense-Making in K-8, a Key to Equity
Linda Gojak, President of the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics, began her teaching career in a self-contained 5th grade classroom. She was the first person in the state of Ohio to receive a K-8 mathematics specialist endorsement - in 1976! After teaching mathematics in grades 4-8 for 22 years, Linda became the first director of the Center for Mathematics Education, Teaching and Technology at John Carroll University. She has worked with elementary teachers from all over the United States to improve mathematics teaching through a lens on student sense making Linda served on boards of professional organizations including President of the Greater Cleveland Council of Teachers of Mathematics, the Ohio Council of Teachers of Mathematics, and the National Council of Supervisors of Mathematics. She has also served on the Mathematical Sciences Education Board, and the boards of the Council of Presidential Awardees and the Ohio Mathematics Education Leadership Council.

 

Lead Speaker: Linda Gojak

238  11:15 AM to
12:15 PM
Quartz A/BSecondary
(9 - 12)
Technology ShowcaseEquity for Each Learner: Equitable Practices to Engage and Build Student Mathematical Knowledge

Technology That Makes the Standards for Mathematical Practice a Reality!
Learn how our technology empowers students to explore, understand and connect key mathematical concepts to improve accuracy and build mathematical fluency. Be one of the first people in the country to see our newest, highly anticipated learning tool! Attendees will receive a Prizm and Algebra 1 Common Core State Standards resources.

 

Lead Speaker: Ishmael Zamora

239  11:15 AM to
12:15 PM
Centennial ASecondary
(9 - 12)
Oral PresentationEquity for Each Learner: Equitable Practices to Engage and Build Student Mathematical Knowledge

Improving Geometry Thinking and Instruction System Wide
Learn how the Baltimore County Public Schools revised their secondary Geometry curriculum to model instruction and activities after the van Hiele Levels of Geometric Reasoning. Explore how this curriculum and instructional approach to developing geometric thinking aligns to the Common Core State Standards for Mathematical Practice.

 

Lead Speaker: Nina Riggs
Co-Presenter: Todd Moyer

240  11:15 AM to
12:15 PM
Centennial BGeneralOral PresentationKnowledge for Leaders to Support a Strategic Infrastructure for Student Learning: Leader Practices that Build Full Knowledge for an Infrastructure to Support High Mathematics Achievement

Why Public Schools Do Not Always Get the Teachers They Need
In early 2013, with U.S. News & World Report as our publisher, the National Council on Teacher Quality will release a review of the quality of teacher preparation provided at over 1,100 higher education institutions across the United States. The aim of this review is to help drive major improvements in how teachers are trained. We will discuss our process, initial findings, and opportunities this project presents to leaders in higher education to strengthen the field of teaching.

 

Lead Speaker: Hannah Putnam

241  11:15 AM to
12:15 PM
Centennial CMiddle
(6 - 8)
Oral PresentationPractices that Support Coaches: Theoretically-Informed and Research-Based Practices for Content and Pedagogy

Mathematics Coaches Work to Enable Their Teachers to Implement What Works: Clearinghouse Recommendations for Problem Solving
Mathematics educators value opportunities for students to solve problems, but providing these experiences can be daunting. When students (and teachers) struggle with non-routine problems, steps must be taken to overcome such roadblocks. This session will promote attendees' understandings of recent recommendations to improve mathematical problem-solving in school mathematics.

 

Lead Speaker: Jacob Klerlein

242  11:15 AM to
12:15 PM
Mineral AGeneralOral PresentationKnowledge for Leaders to Support a Strategic Infrastructure for Student Learning: Leader Practices that Build Full Knowledge for an Infrastructure to Support High Mathematics Achievement

Sharing Our Triangulation Story: Mentors, Professional Development, and Higher Education
Do you have a strategic infrastructure in place to support student learning? From general framework to specific examples, learn about one successful professional development project from three perspectives. Evidence will be shared to reveal supports provided and impact made on instruction and learning by creating mathematics teacher leaders.

 

Lead Speaker: Mary Swarthout
Co-Presenter: Susan Bohan

243  11:15 AM to
12:15 PM
Mineral B/CGeneralOral PresentationAssessing what Counts: Assessment Practices that Lead to New and Different Pathways for Deeper Levels of Understanding

ROSS TAYLOR PAST PRESIDENTS SESSION II NCSM Past Presidents Present a Fast-Paced Program on Profound, Practical Solutions to CCSS Challenges Faced by Mathematics Leaders: Focus on Assessment
Participants interact with former NCSM presidents and peers to address significant challenge and to produce a wealth of ideas that benefit leaders at all levels. This session is designed for new leaders and for experienced leaders who want new ideas.

 

Lead Speaker: NCSM Past Presidents Panel
Co-Presenter: Diane Briars
Co-Presenter: Shirley Frye
Co-Presenter: Timothy Kanold
Co-Presenter: Henry Kepner

244  11:15 AM to
12:15 PM
Mineral D/ESecondary
(9 - 12)
Oral PresentationPractices that Support Coaches: Theoretically-Informed and Research-Based Practices for Content and Pedagogy

Notice and Wonder: Supporting Students to Engage and Teachers to Use Student Thinking
The Notice and Wonder approach to problem solving has gained popularity for overcoming anxiety and for connecting to student thinking. This workshop will share professional development activities that help teachers take this strategy beyond engagement to develop reasoning and an explicit focus on the Common Core State Standards for Mathematical Practice.

 

Lead Speaker: Stephen Weimar

245  11:15 AM to
12:15 PM
Mineral F/GIntermediate
(3 - 5)
Oral PresentationKnowledge for Leaders to Support a Strategic Infrastructure for Student Learning: Leader Practices that Build Full Knowledge for an Infrastructure to Support High Mathematics Achievement

Deepening Our Understanding of Elementary CCSS Mathematics While Practicing Our Teaching
We will facilitate an abbreviated model of how thinking about the presentation of, listening for, and revision of, a single problem with a focus on the organizing mathematical idea of the elementary CCSS that the problem represents can facilitate growth in content knowledge, pedagogical content knowledge, and classroom teaching.

 

Lead Speaker: Valerie Klein
Co-Presenter: Ellen Clay

246  11:15 AM to
12:15 PM
Capitol 1Middle
(6 - 8)
Oral PresentationKnowledge for Leaders to Support a Strategic Infrastructure for Student Learning: Leader Practices that Build Full Knowledge for an Infrastructure to Support High Mathematics Achievement

Tasks and Technology Provide a Foundation for Teachers to Put the Standards for Mathematical Practice into Action
The combination of high demand cognitive tasks, pedagogical techniques focused on students' thinking, and appropriate technology provide teacher leaders with steps to ensure high-quality mathematics instruction and implementation of the Common Core State Standards for Mathematical Practice. Video examples of classroom instruction where this has successfully taken place will be shared.

 

Lead Speaker: Judith Olson
Co-Presenter: Melfried Olson

247  11:15 AM to
12:15 PM
Capitol 2GeneralOral PresentationKnowledge for Leaders to Support a Strategic Infrastructure for Student Learning: Leader Practices that Build Full Knowledge for an Infrastructure to Support High Mathematics Achievement

Change the Equation: Mobilizing the Business Community
Change the Equation is a CEO-led coalition of companies with an ambitious agenda to ensure that all students graduate from high school STEM literate and knowledgeable of the many careers requiring STEM. CTEq has helped its members connect and align their philanthropic and advocacy efforts so that they add up to much more than the sum of their parts.

 

Lead Speaker: Linda Rosen

248  11:15 AM to
12:15 PM
Capitol 3Middle
(6 - 8)
Oral PresentationEquity for Each Learner: Equitable Practices to Engage and Build Student Mathematical Knowledge

Mathematics Discourse in Secondary Classrooms: Productive Teacher Moves and Empowered Students
This session involves case-based activities focused on secondary classroom discourse. Attendees will solve and discuss a mathematical task before analyzing the discourse moves of a secondary mathematics teacher enacting the task. Themes are the classroom discourse's mathematical productivity and empowerment of all students as mathematical thinkers and doers.

 

Lead Speaker: Beth Herbel-Eisenmann
Co-Presenter: Michael Steele
Co-Presenter: Samuel Otten

249  11:15 AM to
12:15 PM
Capitol 4GeneralOral PresentationAssessing what Counts: Assessment Practices that Lead to New and Different Pathways for Deeper Levels of Understanding

Helping Teachers Connect Assessment of Numerical Proficiency and Classroom Instruction
For teachers to "assess what counts," they need information about what their students know, do not know, and should know. This session focuses on informing teachers about what students "should know," with attention to the Common Core recommendation for a balanced combination of procedures and understanding.

 

Lead Speaker: Marilyn Burns

250  11:15 AM to
12:15 PM
GraniteIntermediate
(3 - 5)
Oral PresentationPractices that Support Coaches: Theoretically-Informed and Research-Based Practices for Content and Pedagogy

Number and Operations in Base Ten: Reaching the Depths of Knowledge for Every Student Through the Common Core State Standards for Mathematical Practice
The Common Core State Standards provide clarity and specificity of what students should learn. This session helps coaches reflect on practices that help teachers reach the depths of knowledge for every student. What does it mean to solve problems based on place value, properties of operations, and relationships between operations?

 

Lead Speaker: Marji Freeman
Co-Presenter: Carolyn Felux

251  11:15 AM to
12:15 PM
SandstoneGeneralOral PresentationKnowledge for Leaders to Support a Strategic Infrastructure for Student Learning: Leader Practices that Build Full Knowledge for an Infrastructure to Support High Mathematics Achievement

The Mathematical Education of Teachers: Challenges and Opportunities in the Era of the Common Core
In Fall 2012, the Conference Board of the Mathematical Sciences published the Mathematical Education of Teachers II (MET2). The report is a resource for those who teach mathematics and statistics to PK-12 mathematics teachers, both future teachers and those who already teach in our nation's schools. We will discuss the importance of mathematical knowledge for teaching, the MET2 recommendations, and what can be done in the states to further needed changes in the mathematical education of teachers if we are to achieve the goal of providing students with a mathematics education that ensures high school graduates are college- and career-ready.

 

Lead Speaker: Jim Lewis

252  12:30 PM to
2:15 PM
Centennial D-HGeneralFunctionsKnowledge for Leaders to Support a Strategic Infrastructure for Student Learning: Leader Practices that Build Full Knowledge for an Infrastructure to Support High Mathematics Achievement

The Common Core State Standards for Mathematical Practice: A Classroom Model for Success
BIO. Jennifer Wilson has been an educator for 20 years and has spent 16 of those years teaching and learning mathematics with students and teachers at Northwest Rankin High School in Flowood, Mississippi. Jennifer and her students enter into a community of learning together at the beginning of each school year. While it is their tangible goal to study the measure of the earth (geometry) and to study change in motion (calculus), their intangible goal is to enter the practice of learning. While her students enjoy her class because she helps them develop and understand algorithms, theorems, and concepts using technology appropriately and patience infinitely, what she is really trying to help them understand is how to recognize patterns themselves as they learn to live responsibly, diagnose problems, and defend justice on their own. Jennifer has been named by four students for the Student-Teacher Achievement Recognition (STAR) program, and she is a national instructor and author for the Texas Instruments Teachers Teaching with Technology (T3) program. She also serves on the College Board's pre-AP Mathematics Development Committee. Most recently, she was named by President Obama as a recipient of the prestigious Presidential Award for Excellence in Mathematics and Science Teaching. Jennifer has a B.S. and a M.S. in mathematics from Mississippi College, and she is a National Board Certified Teacher.

 

Lead Speaker: Jennifer Wilson

253  2:30 PM to
3:30 PM
Capitol 5-7GeneralMajor SpeakerAssessing what Counts: Assessment Practices that Lead to New and Different Pathways for Deeper Levels of Understanding

Assessing the Common Core Using Learning Trajectories to Inform Instructional Decision-Making
Dr. Jere Confrey is the Chief Mathematics Officer at Wireless Generation and a Joseph D. Moore Distinguished Professor of Mathematics Education at North Carolina State University. She is designing a middle grades digital curriculum and diagnostic assessments using wireless devices for rational numbers and learning trajectories. She served on the National Validation Committee on the Common Core Standards. She was Vice Chairman of the Mathematics Sciences Education Board, National Academy of Sciences (1998-2004). She chaired the NRC Committee, which produced On Evaluating Curricular Effectiveness, and was a coauthor of NRC's Scientific Research in Education. She was a co-founder of the UTEACH program for Secondary Math and Science teacher preparation program at the University of Texas in Austin, and was the founder of the SummerMath program for young women at Mount Holyoke College and co-founder of SummerMath for Teachers. Dr. Confrey received a Ph.D. in mathematics education from Cornell University.

 

Lead Speaker: Jere Confrey

254  2:30 PM to
3:30 PM
Quartz A/BGeneralTechnology ShowcaseAssessing what Counts: Assessment Practices that Lead to New and Different Pathways for Deeper Levels of Understanding

Problem Solving and Assessment for the Common Core State Standards - K-5
Exemplars will demonstrate its new online resource for assessment and instruction featuring differentiated performance tasks created for and aligned to the Common Core State Standards. Material includes tasks for instruction and exploration as well as assessment. Rubrics, anchor papers, scoring rationales, and planning sheets are included. Participants can explore our library of tasks.

 

Lead Speaker: Ross Brewer

255  2:30 PM to
3:30 PM
Capitol 2Middle
(6 - 8)
Sponsor ShowcaseKnowledge for Leaders to Support a Strategic Infrastructure for Student Learning: Leader Practices that Build Full Knowledge for an Infrastructure to Support High Mathematics Achievement

Technology Infrastructure in Support of Reform Curricula: CMP3 by Pearson
Students do better and achieve more with the Connected Math Project. Research shows increase in student achievement occurs when Connected Math is implemented with fidelity. Participants will learn how to harness the power of a targeted technology infrastructure to help their teachers implement with fidelity, resulting in student success.

 

Lead Speaker: Christopher Morrison
Co-Presenter: Matt Baetke
Co-Presenter: Marta Miko

256  2:30 PM to
3:30 PM
Centennial ASecondary
(9 - 12)
Oral PresentationEquity for Each Learner: Equitable Practices to Engage and Build Student Mathematical Knowledge

A Modeling Approach to Algebra: Supporting Algebra I Students in Their Quest for Understanding and Success Through Meaningful Contexts
Modeling is the foundation of a course designed to provide greater access to algebra concepts for students. The framework for the course based on the Common Core State Standards will be shared. Examples from student and teacher materials as well as professional development will be shared.

 

Co-Presenter: Hannah Slovin
Co-Presenter: Fay Zenigami
Co-Presenter: Judith Olson
Lead Speaker: Melfried Olson

257  2:30 PM to
3:30 PM
Centennial BIntermediate
(3 - 5)
Oral PresentationAssessing what Counts: Assessment Practices that Lead to New and Different Pathways for Deeper Levels of Understanding

Designing Formative Assessments for Learning: Using Number Strings to Promote and Assess Mathematical Understanding
While high-stakes testing is increasing, little information reaches the teacher to guide instruction. "Number strings" are explicitly designed sequences of problems focused on a particular model or big idea. Critical is the carefully crafted relationship between the individual problems in the string.

 

Lead Speaker: Despina Stylianou
Co-Presenter: Kara Imm
Co-Presenter: Janan Hamm
Co-Presenter: Rachel Lambert

258  2:30 PM to
3:30 PM
Centennial CMiddle
(6 - 8)
Oral PresentationEquity for Each Learner: Equitable Practices to Engage and Build Student Mathematical Knowledge

Opportunities to Reason: Key to Mathematics Success for English Language Learners
Professional development can support mathematics teachers in their work to engage English Language Learner (ELL) students in challenging mathematics while developing their ability to communicate about and represent mathematical ideas. Engage in tasks to see how ELL students can benefit, and learn results of research on one such professional development program.

 

Lead Speaker: Kristen Malzahn
Co-Presenter: Johannah Nikula
Co-Presenter: Rachel Wing DiMatteo
Co-Presenter: Mark Driscoll

259  2:30 PM to
3:30 PM
Mineral AGeneralOral PresentationAssessing what Counts: Assessment Practices that Lead to New and Different Pathways for Deeper Levels of Understanding

The Common Core State Standards and Performance Assessment
Preparing students to meet the challenges of the Common Core State Standards includes the use of mathematics performance assessments for both formative and summative purposes. This session will share examples of their use and how to school and math departments should collaborate to improve instruction.

 

Lead Speaker: David Foster

260  2:30 PM to
3:30 PM
Mineral B/CIntermediate
(3 - 5)
Oral PresentationKnowledge for Leaders to Support a Strategic Infrastructure for Student Learning: Leader Practices that Build Full Knowledge for an Infrastructure to Support High Mathematics Achievement

The Look and Sound of the Standards for Mathematical Practice: Climbing the Peak
How do mathematics leaders support teachers as they strive to reach the peak of quality mathematics instruction? This session will provide a framework for using the Standards for Mathematical Practice as stepping stones on this climb and examine the look and sound of the practices in elementary classrooms.

 

Lead Speaker: Christine Moynihan
Co-Presenter: Debra Shein-Gerson

261  2:30 PM to
3:30 PM
Mineral D/EGeneralOral PresentationKnowledge for Leaders to Support a Strategic Infrastructure for Student Learning: Leader Practices that Build Full Knowledge for an Infrastructure to Support High Mathematics Achievement

Illustrative Mathematics as a Resource for Teacher Professional Development
The Illustrative Mathematics Project (http://illustrativemathematics.org/) is a website illustrating the Common Core State Standards (CCSS) with sets of tasks at the standard, cluster, and domain level. In addition, this resource is building a community of teacher leaders, mathematicians, and mathematics educators with strong expertise in task writing and reviewing, and a deep understanding of the CCSS. Through the materials on the website and the knowledge of the community, Illustrative Mathematics is used in many ways as a tool for the professional development of teachers.

 

Lead Speaker: William McCallum

262  2:30 PM to
3:30 PM
Mineral F/GMiddle
(6 - 8)
Oral PresentationKnowledge for Leaders to Support a Strategic Infrastructure for Student Learning: Leader Practices that Build Full Knowledge for an Infrastructure to Support High Mathematics Achievement

Developing Building-Level Leader Capacity in Mathematics Instruction
Building-level leaders must have knowledge of effective teaching of mathematics in order to provide teachers with meaningful feedback. Presenters will share their plan and experience in working with K-12 administrators to develop an understanding of effective mathematics instruction using the Common Core State Standards for Mathematical Practice.

 

Lead Speaker: Jessica McIntyre
Co-Presenter: Gwen Zimmermann

263  2:30 PM to
3:30 PM
Capitol 1Secondary
(9 - 12)
Oral PresentationKnowledge for Leaders to Support a Strategic Infrastructure for Student Learning: Leader Practices that Build Full Knowledge for an Infrastructure to Support High Mathematics Achievement

Cameras in High School Mathematics Classrooms: A Teacher Leader Community Emerges
As part of the leadership strand of a statewide professional development project, a group of high school teachers committed to turning the cameras on in their classrooms. Within six months they have begun to use their videos as instructional tools to facilitate classroom enactment of the CCSS for Mathematical Practice.

 

Lead Speaker: Janice McCarthy
Co-Presenter: Valerie Maxwell
Co-Presenter: Jamila Riser
Co-Presenter: Jon Manon
Co-Presenter: Vickie Pendleton

264  2:30 PM to
3:30 PM
Capitol 3GeneralOral PresentationAssessing what Counts: Assessment Practices that Lead to New and Different Pathways for Deeper Levels of Understanding

Assessing and Developing Algebraic Thinking and Reasoning Methods
A set of algebraic reasoning assessment tools focusing on aspects of linearity (proportions) for K-3, 4-7, 8-10, and 9-12 will be presented, along with teachers' ranking of problem difficulty as compared to student performance (no match!) and recommendations of games, projects, and activities to enhance student learning, interest, and perseverance.

 

Lead Speaker: Carole Greenes
Co-Presenter: Mary Cavanagh

265  2:30 PM to
3:30 PM
Capitol 4Middle
(6 - 8)
Oral PresentationKnowledge for Leaders to Support a Strategic Infrastructure for Student Learning: Leader Practices that Build Full Knowledge for an Infrastructure to Support High Mathematics Achievement

Using NCTM's Freely Available Reflection Guides to Provide Professional Development to Mathematics Learning Communities
Reflection Guides for NCTM journals provide teacher leaders and coaches with a rich resource for professional development. A motivating article from Mathematics Teaching in the Middle School, "Using Students' Work as a Lens on Algebraic Thinking" by Driscoll and Moyer will be the focus to model a professional development session for teachers.

 

Lead Speaker: Chonda Long

266  2:30 PM to
3:30 PM
GraniteMiddle
(6 - 8)
Oral PresentationEquity for Each Learner: Equitable Practices to Engage and Build Student Mathematical Knowledge

Going Uphill: Developing the Concept of Slope Using Sketchpad and TinkerPlots
Participants will explore how to use both Sketchpad and TinkerPlots to develop a conceptual understanding of rate of change and slope, leading to a formal definition of slope and how it is calculated. Through the use of dynamic mathematics software, students will be able to connect a real-world understanding.

 

Lead Speaker: Karen Greenhaus
Co-Presenter: Elizabeth DeCarli

266.1  2:30 PM to
3:30 PM
SandstoneGeneralOral PresentationKnowledge for Leaders to Support a Strategic Infrastructure for Student Learning: Leader Practices that Build Full Knowledge for an Infrastructure to Support High Mathematics Achievement

Making the Most of Social Media
Social media has become an important aspect of daily communication with others. This small group session will focus on the use of social media to effectively communicate and learn.

 

Lead Speaker: Charlene Chausis

267  2:30 PM to
4:00 PM
TitaniumGeneralOral PresentationPractices that Support Coaches: Theoretically-Informed and Research-Based Practices for Content and Pedagogy

Using Creative Coaching Formats to Create Systemic Changes in Teacher Practice
Although one-on-one coaching is an effective model for improving individual teachers, it is not a model for creating systemic change. To create this kind of change, coaches need alternate coaching models. In this session, we will share formats we have developed that have proven effective in changing teacher practice at scale.

 

Lead Speaker: Antonia Cameron
Co-Presenter: Lucy West
Co-Presenter: Stephanie Slabic

268  2:30 PM to
4:00 PM
ZirconiumIntermediate
(3 - 5)
Oral PresentationPractices that Support Coaches: Theoretically-Informed and Research-Based Practices for Content and Pedagogy

Seeing is Succeeding: Empowering Coaches with Visual Models that Develop Fact Fluency Based on Understanding and Thinking Strategies
The Common Core State Standards stress the development of thinking strategies before written methods, but students need powerful visual models to help form a "mind picture" that links to the strategy. This workshop will demonstrate easy-to-make visual aids that coaches can use to help teachers "see" and implement all basic fact strategies.

 

Lead Speaker: James Burnett

269  2:30 PM to
4:00 PM
PlatinumGeneralOral PresentationKnowledge for Leaders to Support a Strategic Infrastructure for Student Learning: Leader Practices that Build Full Knowledge for an Infrastructure to Support High Mathematics Achievement

Coaching Corner: Resources for Mathematics Specialists on the NCSM Website
NCSM announces additions and improvements to their Coaching Corner: Resources for Mathematics Specialists section on the NCSM Website. These new resources will provide even more support for the work of mathematics specialists and leaders of coaching programs. We will explore the resources on the website and have an interactive discussion about their use.

 

Lead Speaker: Laura Godfrey
Co-Presenter: David Foster
Co-Presenter: Hope Bjerke
Co-Presenter: Ted Hull
Co-Presenter: Mona Toncheff
Co-Presenter: Beverley Kimes

271  3:45 PM to
4:15 PM
Capitol 5-7GeneralCaucusKnowledge for Leaders to Support a Strategic Infrastructure for Student Learning: Leader Practices that Build Full Knowledge for an Infrastructure to Support High Mathematics Achievement

NCSM Business Meeting, State of the Organization Report, and Caucuses
NCSM President Suzanne Mitchell will present the State of the Organization Report, including progress on the 2012-2013 NCSM projects and initiatives, newly released position papers, enhancements of the NCSM Website, and anticpated strategic priorities for 2012-2013. Treasurer Randy Pippen will describe the current financial status of the organization.

 

Lead Speaker: Suzanne Mitchell
Co-Presenter: Cheryl Avalos
Co-Presenter: Ruth Harbin Miles
Co-Presenter: Mari Muri
Co-Presenter: Randy Pippen

272  4:15 PM to
5:15 PM
Mineral AGeneralCaucusKnowledge for Leaders to Support a Strategic Infrastructure for Student Learning: Leader Practices that Build Full Knowledge for an Infrastructure to Support High Mathematics Achievement

Central 2 Regional Caucus
Iowa, Kansas, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, North Dakota, South Dakota, Wisconsin

 

Lead Speaker: Laura Godfrey

273  4:15 PM to
5:15 PM
Mineral B/CGeneralCaucusKnowledge for Leaders to Support a Strategic Infrastructure for Student Learning: Leader Practices that Build Full Knowledge for an Infrastructure to Support High Mathematics Achievement

Central 1 Regional Caucus
Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Michigan, Ohio

 

Lead Speaker: Steve Viktora

274  4:15 PM to
5:15 PM
Mineral D/EGeneralCaucusKnowledge for Leaders to Support a Strategic Infrastructure for Student Learning: Leader Practices that Build Full Knowledge for an Infrastructure to Support High Mathematics Achievement

Southern 2 Regional Caucus
Alabama, Arkansas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Oklahoma, Tennessee, Texas

 

Lead Speaker: Ted Hull

275  4:15 PM to
5:15 PM
GraniteGeneralCaucusKnowledge for Leaders to Support a Strategic Infrastructure for Student Learning: Leader Practices that Build Full Knowledge for an Infrastructure to Support High Mathematics Achievement

Western 2 Regional Caucus
California, American Samoa, Federated States of Micronesia, Guam, Marshall Islands, Northern Mariana Islands, Palau, Hawaii, Oregon, Washington, Military State AP (Armed Forces Pacific)

 

Lead Speaker: Hope Bjerke

276  4:15 PM to
5:15 PM
Capitol 1GeneralCaucusKnowledge for Leaders to Support a Strategic Infrastructure for Student Learning: Leader Practices that Build Full Knowledge for an Infrastructure to Support High Mathematics Achievement

Eastern Region 1 Caucus
Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New York, Rhode Island, Vermont, Military State AF (Armed Forces Africa, Canada, Europe, and Middle East)

 

Lead Speaker: Mari Muri

277  4:15 PM to
5:15 PM
Capitol 2GeneralCaucusKnowledge for Leaders to Support a Strategic Infrastructure for Student Learning: Leader Practices that Build Full Knowledge for an Infrastructure to Support High Mathematics Achievement

Eastern 2 Regional Caucus
Delaware, District of Columbia, Maryland, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, West Virginia

 

Lead Speaker: Eric Milou

278  4:15 PM to
5:15 PM
Capitol 3GeneralCaucusKnowledge for Leaders to Support a Strategic Infrastructure for Student Learning: Leader Practices that Build Full Knowledge for an Infrastructure to Support High Mathematics Achievement

Southern 2 Regional Caucus
Bermuda, Florida, Georgia, North Carolina, Puerto Rico, South Carolina, Virginia, Virgin Islands, Military State AA (Armed Forces America)

 

Lead Speaker: Wanda Jean Audrict

279  4:15 PM to
5:15 PM
Capitol 4GeneralCaucusKnowledge for Leaders to Support a Strategic Infrastructure for Student Learning: Leader Practices that Build Full Knowledge for an Infrastructure to Support High Mathematics Achievement

Western 1 Regional Caucus
Alaska, Arizona, Colorado, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, New Mexico, Utah, Wyoming

 

Lead Speaker: Mona Toncheff

280  4:15 PM to
5:15 PM
SandstoneGeneralCaucusKnowledge for Leaders to Support a Strategic Infrastructure for Student Learning: Leader Practices that Build Full Knowledge for an Infrastructure to Support High Mathematics Achievement

Canadian Regional Caucus
Alberta, British Columbia, Manitoba, New Brunswick, Newfoundland, Northwest Territories, Nova Scotia, Nunavut, Ontario, Prince Edward Island, Quebec, Saskatchewan, Yukon

 

Lead Speaker: Carol Matsumoto

280  4:15 PM to
5:15 PM
SandstoneGeneralCaucusKnowledge for Leaders to Support a Strategic Infrastructure for Student Learning: Leader Practices that Build Full Knowledge for an Infrastructure to Support High Mathematics Achievement

International Attendee Caucus
Anyone from outside the United States and Canada

 

Lead Speaker: Kathleen Rieke

281  4:15 PM to
5:15 PM
GraniteGeneralCaucusKnowledge for Leaders to Support a Strategic Infrastructure for Student Learning: Leader Practices that Build Full Knowledge for an Infrastructure to Support High Mathematics Achievement

NCSM Past Presidents Caucus
NCSM Past Presidents Caucus

 

Co-Presenter: Larry Bradsby
Lead Speaker: Diane Briars