TMC in NYC 2018: Session Schedule

Strands: Connections Across Grades (C); Instructional Routines (R); Expanding Mathematics (E); Math & Art (A); Other Cool Stuff (O)

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Time / Session

Day 1: Wednesday August 22

Day 2: Thursday August 23

Day 3: Friday August 24

9:30 – 10:00 Opening Greeting
10:15 – 11:00 Morning Session #1 (C) The Square, the Triangle, and CalculusPaula Krieg *(C) The Power of the Distributive Property Kit Golan (R) Chart the ErrorKatie McNickle (E) Cultural Responsiveness in Math: A Student Research Project – Ramon Garcia (R) Building Inquiry-based Algebra I Curriculum David Wees (E) Teaching about social justice through problem based learning Carl Oliver
11:15 – 12:00 Morning Session #2 (C) Calculus UnlimitedBen Orlin (O) Creating Flow Opportunities by Varying InstructionRobin Schwartz (R) Personal BenchmarksCharlotte Sharpe (O) Building fluency through games Deb Barnum (O) Open-Ended Projects in High School Math: How Do I Give My Students Fewer Handouts (& still make my goals clear) Heather Sugrue (E) “Mathematics and Identity: Exploring Our Narratives of Who Does Mathematics” – Melvin Peralta
12:00 – 1:00 Lunch
1:00 – 1:30 My Favorites

Quick sharing of ideas

1:30 – 2:30 Doing Math Problem Posing with the Multiplication Table with Benjamin Dickman Looking for Patterns in Drawing Stars with Cici Yu (Play with Your Math) Solution to the Equation [x]x = n with Melvin Peralta
2:45 – 3:30 Afternoon Session #1 (C) Exploring Fractions from Elementary to HS Math – Bobson Wong (R) Connecting RepresentationsKit Golan


(A) 3-D Design and Printing using Mathematica Todd Feitelson (O) Creating a Pathway for Underserved Students to STEM Careers –  Dan Zaharopol (E) Structured Reflection on “Expanding Mathematics” Grace Chen
3:45 – 4:30 Afternoon Session #2 (A) Making Mathematical Art for Your Classroom Dan Anderson (R) Another Routine for Helping Elementary Students with AnglesMichael Pershan (O) Moves to create debate in your math classroom – Nancy Buck
(A) Pop-Up MathPaula Krieg (E) Action Steps: “Broadening Mathematics in My Own Classroom” – Charlotte Sharpe