National Council of Supervisors of Mathematics [NCSM] Conference
Washington, DC     April 23-25, 2018

Monday, April 23; 1:45-2:45
Making Sense of Mathematics for Coaching and Engaging High School Teachers [Click here for handout]
Edward Nolan
Convention Center 150B

Monday, April 23; 3:00-4:00
Six Essential Expectations for Effective Mathematics Instruction
Juli Dixon
Convention Center 149AB

Monday, April 23; 4:15-5:15
Working Together: Building Mathematical Knowledge for Teaching Through Equitable Teaching Practices
Farshid Safi and Jennifer Eli
Convention Center 147B

Wednesday, April 25; 8:45-9:45
Spotlight Speakers: Small Group, Big Gains: Coaching for Effective Pulled Small Group Instruction
Juli Dixon and Lisa Brooks
Convention Center Salon I

Wednesday, April 25; 10:00-10:45
Book Signing for Making Sense of Mathematics for Teaching
Juli Dixon and Lisa Brooks
NCSM Book Store, outside Salon G/H/I

Wednesday, April 25; 11:15-12:15
Teaching Mathematics for Social Justice Develops Student Problem Solvers and Not Just Rule Followers
Kristopher Childs
Convention Center 152A

National Council of Teachers of Mathematics Research Conference
Washington, DC           April 23-25, 2018

Tuesday, April 24; 10:00-10:30
Length Measurement in the Early Years: Teaching with Learning Trajectories
Julie Sarama, Jeffrey E. Barrett, Douglas H. Clements, Craig Cullen, and Ron Dolgin
Convention Center 209C

National Council of Teachers of Mathematics [NCTM] Conference
Washington, DC       April 25-28, 2018

Thursday, April 26; 9:30-10:30
Engaging in Proportional Reasoning through the Eyes of a Middle School Student[Click here for the handout]
Brian Dean and Edward Nolan
Convention Center 154AB

Thursday, April 26; 9:30-10:30
Nodes and Edges and Trees, Oh My!
Jenna O’Dell, Cynthia Langrall, and Amanda Cullen
Convention Center 152A

Thursday, April 26; 11:00-12:00
Three Critical Components for Achieving Rigor
Juli Dixon
Convention Center 146B

Thursday, April 26; 1:30-2:30
Connecting Coaching and Collaborating to Develop Deep Understanding of Content
 [Click here for the handout]
Edward Nolan
Convention Center 147B

Thursday, April 26; 1:30-2:45
Engaging Students in Meaningful Mathematical Sense Making through Purposeful Technology Use
Farshid Safi and Janet Andreasen
Independence Ballroom E (Level M4)

Friday, April 27; 9:30-10:30
Engaging All Learners Using Go Math
Juli Dixon
Convention Center 156

Friday, April 27; 9:30-10:30
Crafting Powerful Number Talks in Elementary Classrooms
Thomas Hodges, George Roy, and Lindsay Head
Convention Center 146 A

Friday, April 27; 9:45-11:00
Making Sense of the World through Mathematics, and of Mathematics through the World
Aline Abassian and Farshid Safi
Convention Center, 150 B

Friday, April 27; 9:45-11:00
What’s in a Name? Using Contextual- Based Story Problems In Mathematics Instruction
Lakesia Dupree and Maria Becht
Convention Center 149AB

Friday, April 27; 1:30-2:30
Extending the Conversation: Making Sense of Graphs from Multiple Perspectives
Erhan Selcuk Haciomeroglu, Janet Andreasen, and Edward Nolan
Marquis Ballroom Salon 12&13 (Level M2)

Friday, April 27; 3:15-4:30
We Got This! Engaging Students in Equitable Group Collaboration with Challenging Mathematics
Jennifer Eli and Farshid Safi
Convention Center 144ABC

Friday, April 27; 6:00-7:00
Juli Dixon, with others
Convention Center Ballroom B

Saturday, April 28; 11:00-12:00
Making Connections, Cultivating Coherence: The Case of Fraction Operations
 [Click here for the handout]
Melissa Carli, Janet Andreasen, and Juli Dixon
Convention Center Ballroom C

Learning Forward Conference
Orlando, Florida, December 4, 2017

Juli Dixon, Edward Nolan, and Thomasenia Adams: The Essential Flaw with the Mathematics Essential Question (and How to Fix It!) (Click here for the handout)