2023 Annual Conference
March 17 - 18, 2023; George Mason University - Fairfax Campus
March 17: 8:00 am - 5:30 pm
March 18: 8:00 am - 12:00 pm
The full conference program is now available on Sched!
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Conference Theme: Reimagining Mathematics
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Keynote Speaker: Ron Lancaster
Ron is an Associate Professor Emeritus at the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education of the University of Toronto (OISE/UT) where he taught mathematics courses for pre-service middle and high school teachers for 17 years. Prior to that Ron taught middle and high school mathematics for 23 years in coed public schools and an all-girls school.
Ron has been a prolific author for the Mathematics Teacher, published by the National Council of Mathematics Teachers (The Mathematical Lens & Media Clips) and the Ontario Mathematics Gazette, published by the Ontario Association for Mathematics Education (Mathematical Snapshots). Ron was a member of the writing team for Principles and Standards for School Mathematics, published by the NCTM. He wrote mathematical activities, distributed by Words and Numbers, for high school students that were based on episodes of the prime time series NUMB3RS on CBS TV.
Ron is the recipient of the 2015 Margaret Sinclair Memorial Award Recognizing Innovation and Excellence in Mathematics Education awarded by the Fields Institute and the 2022 recipient of the lifetime achievement award from the Ontario Association for Mathematics Education.
Culturally Responsive Teaching
Topics could include equitable practices in math, collaboration, increasing student voice, math routines, etc.
Topics could include tips for teaching a course in data science, incorporating data science into other courses, use of technology for data analysis, etc.
Topics could include problem solving, math teaching practices, rich tasks, productive struggle, etc.
Focus Group Cohorts
These sessions are designed to network participants around a common interest. Participants will begin learning at the conference and continue to meet as a small cohort throughout the year. Just about any topic can be chosen for a focus group cohort.
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