2015 NCSM Annual Conference

Speaker Handouts and PPTs

Monday Sessions: April 13, 2015

Session 86
Let's Visit Classrooms: Empowering Teacher Collaboration by Jayne Bamford Lynch and Eileen Gagnon

Session 87
Learning to Love the Common Core by Nanci Smith and Denise Brady

Session 88
Study Team and Teaching Strategies: Getting Teams to Work Effectively in Class by Chris Mikles

Session 91
Using a Task/Question-Generating Tool for Formative Assessment of Understanding of Fractions by Janie Schielack and Dinah Chancellor

Session 94
Achieving Equity: How a Large Urban District is Using Instructional Strategies to Reach All Students by Ruth Seward, Jessica Fulton and Lynn Narasimhan

Session 98
Using Mindsets Theory To Help Teachers Develop a Growth Mindset in Themselves and in Their Students by Connie Laughlin, DeAnn Huinker and Beth Schefelkler

Session 100
Beyond Invert and Multiply: Making Sense of Fraction Computation by Julie McNamara

Session 105
Helping Students and Teachers Learn to Implement Formative Assessment Practices: Research Headlines, Resources and Tools by Susan Janssen Creighton, Emily Fagan and Cheryl Tobey

Session 106
Yes! Implementing a Collaborative Planning Cycle Enables Students with Disabilities to Succeed in Grade-Level Math! by Emily Ware, Peggy Hart, Paulina Masick and Edward Nolan

Session 107
Selecting and Adapting Tasks: Implementing the Mathematical Practices by Gail Burrill

Session 110
JUMP START Formative Assessment - A Resource for National Council of Supervisors Members by Jeane Joyner

Session 113
Moving Beyond Evaluation: The Role of Responsive Feedback in Shifting Teacher Practice by Antonia Cameron, Elizabeth Phillips, Bernadette Fitzgerald and Donna Taylor

Session 116
It's Time! - Our Student's Voice as a Catalyst for Change by Bill Barnes

Session 122
Developing Mathematics Learning Communities Focusing on Student Work by Dona Apple and Wendy Cleaves

Session 123
What's the Difference Between Algebra and Functions? Exploring Differences Between Often Confused Mathematical Terms by Ellen Whitesides

Session 124
Supporting Teacher Collaboration in Implementing Open Response Problems and Planning Reengagement Discussions by Kathryn Flores, Denise Porter and Alyssa Renie

Session 127
The Role of Cognitive Design Principles in Implementing Mathematical Practices to Support Student Learning by Catherine Carroll and Mardi Gale

Session 128
Making Sense of Mathematical Modeling in Grades 3-5: A Preliminary Framework by Kimberly Morrow Leong, Mike Long, Jennifer Suh and Padmanabhan Seshaiyer

Session 136
Increasing Teacher Efficacy in the Elementary Mathematics Classroom by Sue Vohrer

Session 141
Changing Math Mindsets for Struggling Learners and Their Teachers by Samantha Wuttig and Michelle Daml

Session 149
Practical Ideas for Using Number Sense Activities to Get Students to Productively Argue by Andrew Stadel

Session 153
Examining Instructional Materials and Improving Alignment to the Common Core by Jason Zimba and Beth Cocuzza

Session 160
Using a Collaborative Walkthrough Process to Build Capacity for Rigorous Math Instruction by Sarah Caban, Lynette Stinneford, Christine Mohlar, Nancy Harriman, Jeff Boston and Abby Shink

Session 166
Lesson Study: A Vehicle to Support the Intentional and Systematic Use of Formative Assessment in Classrooms by Marjorie Petit and Mary Abele-Austin

Session 170
Instructional Routines: The Key for Teachers to Foster the Mathematical Practices in All Students by Grace Kelemanik and Amy Lucenta

Session 171
Effective Strategies for Planning and Teaching CCSS Aligned Lessons by Barbara Beske and Beth Cocuzza

Session 172
A Rigorous Approach to Teaching Fractions That All Students Can Master: Fantasy or Reality? by Eric Siegel and Mark Koester

Session 177
Measuring Secondary Teachers' Use of Standards for Mathematical Practice (SMP) by Ryota Matsuura, Sarah Sword, Miriam Gates, Jane Kang, Al Cuoco and Glenn Stevens

Session 183
Designing Contextualized Learning Environments to Support Common Core Amongst Heterogeneous Student Groupings by Patrick Hoover

Session 184
A Vision of Success: Empowering Coaches with Effective Strategies and Visual Tools for Developing Fact Fluency by James Burnett

Session 185
Using a Visual Approach to Triple Student Achievement for All Students (ELL, Special Ed., New Immigrants, & General Ed.) by Inaya Assal and Lori Butterfield

Session 189
From Solid to Solid: Designing Professional Development on Using Concrete Manipulatives to Cement Student Understanding by Yvonne Spalding and Sara Frisbie

Tuesday Sessions: April 14, 2015

Session 201
Overcoming Obstacles to Make Mathematics Work for All! by Matt Larson

Session 204
Supporting Elementary and Secondary Mathematics Teachers' Formative Assessment Practices by Joanne Philhower and Durrell Jones

Session 205
What Does the Research Say About Mathematics Coaching? An Update by Maggie McGatha

Session 207
Building and Maintaining a K-12 System of Quality Mathematics Instruction from a District and Classroom Perspective by Kathleen Rieke and Sherry Lane

Session 218
Cultivating Your Personal Learning Network with Social Media by Mary Mitchell and Genni Steele

Session 219
Developing a School-Wide Culture of Collective Risk Taking and Learning: It's Not Easy But Why It's Worth It by Elham Kazemi

Session 220
Constructing Viable Arguments and Critiquing the Reasoning of Others: Where to Start? by Justin Boyle, Sarah Bleiler, Sean Yee and Winnie Ko

Session 221
Integrating Rich Tasks, the Mathematical Practices, and Classroom Discourse to Enhance Planning, Teaching, and Assessing by Elizabeth Phillips and Yvonne Grant

Session 232
Strip Models, Tape Diagrams, Bar Models, Oh My! by Cassandra Turner and Lauri Susi

Session 234
Problem Solved, Problem Solved, We Solved the Problem and Everything is Awesome: Early Learning of Math through Media by Corinne Murawski, Michael Fierle, and Michele Burgess

Session 238
Teaching K?5 Students Who Struggle in Mathematics by Karen Karp

Session 243
Helping Teachers Integrate the Mathematical Practices into Classroom Instruction by Marilyn Burns

Session 247
Learning Trajectories: A Researched-Based Lens for Enhancing Formative Assessment by Caroline Ebby and Marjorie Petit

Session 252
Integrating Technology into a Mathematics Program so the Focus is on Shifting Teacher and Student Competencies by Rosemary Heher and Lauri Susi

Session 257
Research-Based Learning Progressions in the K-6 CCSS and the Mathematical Practices by Karen Fuson

Session 261
Occam's Razor: A Leadership Tool to Help Simplify, Cut to the Chase, Improve Student Learning, and Preserve Our Sanity by Eric Hart

Session 267
Supporting Effective Technology Usage and Integration to Enhance Engagement and Growth in Mathematics Learning by Eliza Bryant, Denise Porter and Amanda Zimolzak

Session 270
Standard for Mathematical Practices 1: Cultivating Perseverance in Students Who Struggle by Cristina Charney and Janeal Maxfield

Wednesday Sessions: April 15, 2015

Session 301
Gauging Formative Assessment Through Productive AND Powerful Discourse by Beth Herbel-Eisenmann

Session 304
Reframing the Dilemmas for Teachers and Leaders in a Resource Abundant Era by Molly Daley and Tawny Malone

Session 305
Strategies for Contributing to a Culture of Mathematics Coaching by John Sutton and Arlene Mitchell

Session 307
Interviewing students to learn about their algebraic reasoning: What teachers learn and how it informs their practice by Virginia Bastable

Session 309
Strategies and Tools to Support Teachers' Enactment of Effective Mathematics Teaching Practices by Diane Briars

Session 310
Using Virtual Technology to Promote Formative Assessment and Learning Progressions from a State System Perspective by Tracy Watterson, Mary Fitzgerald and Lara White

Session 312
Measuring Academic Mindsets for Math: The Next Generation of Formative Assessment by David Dockterman

Session 319
Challenges and Strategies for Mathematics Leaders in Cross Curricular Initiatives-Modeling, Conjecturing, Reasoning by Suzanne Mitchell, Carole Greenes and Linda Gojak

Session 322
Technologies and Tasks that Promote Mathematics from an Advanced Perspective by Samuel Otten and Ji Yeong I

Session 323
Questioning Strategies for Coaching and Teaching by Jennifer Bay-Williams and Maggie McGatha

Session 333
Making Sense of the K-5 OA Domain: Using the Progressions to Support Classroom Instruction by Beth Schefelkler, Connie Laughlin and Melissa Hedges

Session 338
Engaging Administrators: Putting the Pieces of the Common Core Puzzle Together to Support Teachers and Students by Cynthia Callard, Stephanie Martin and Jane LaVoie

Session 339
Supporting Teachers in Shifting Practices: One District's Multi-Layered Approach to Common Core Implementation by Christine Roberts, Vicky Armstrong and Sophia Burr

Session 344
Using Video and Storytelling to Illustrate Teaching with the Mathematical Practices by Max Ray

Session 345
The Long Term Work of Changing Adult Mindsets by Emily Diehl

Session 348
The Ideal Math Class! Helping Teachers Engage Middle School Students in the Standards for Mathematical Practice by Greta Richard and AnnMarie Varlotta

Session 349
Leveraging University/School District Partnerships to Support Mathematics Learning for ALL by Anne Papakonstantinou and Richard Parr

Session 350
Partnering to Improve Mathematics Instruction Through Learning Walks by Kimberly Bender, Kathryn Munson and Karen Watkins

Session 356
Teaching High School Algebra: A What Works Clearinghouse Practice Guide by Jane Porath

Session 357
The Right Kind of Struggling: Helping All Students Become Mathematical Thinkers by Cathy Seeley

Session 359
Sustaining Professional Development: Beyond One and Done by Judy Storeygard and Kristen Malzahn

Session 365
Studio Days - Deprivatizing Our Practice to Improve Instruction by Patty Lofgren

Session 366
How to Engage Students in an e-Learning Environment by Nancy Sattler

Session 368
Sustaining the Development of Classroom Formative Assessment with Teacher Learning Communities by Dylan Wiliam

Session 373
Ignite! We'll Enlighten You and We'll Make It Quick by Suzanne Alejandre