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Look for us at NCTM!: Math@Heinemann

Heinemann Math Look for us at NCTM! (1)Celebrate the launch of Math@Heinemann with us at NCTM 2022!
Join us in Booth #311 for educational demonstrations, activities, prizes, and more. Explore ready-to-use educational materials, lesson plans, and other engaging math instruction.

Math @ Heinemann Booth Map GIF with circle around booth #311Math@Heineimann helps schools accomplish more through inclusive professional development and classroom resources. Practical tools and critical strategies give educators confidence to blaze a trail for students to be deep thinkers, active problem solvers, productive collaborators, and effective communicators.

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Below, in chronological order, are the NCTM sessions lead by Heinemann authors. To view the full NCTM schedule, click here

Date and Time Session Title and Presenter(s) Location
9/29/22
8:00 AM
The Status Quo in High School Mathematics Is Unacceptable by Eric Milou  405 (LACC)
9/29/22
9:45 AM
Analyzing Contexts and Models: A Reasoning Routine to Ensure All Students Can Mathematize Their World by Grace Kelemanik and Amy Lucenta 515A (LACC)
9/29/22
9:45 AM
Accessing Fluency through Routine and Opportunity by John SanGiovanni 404A (LACC)
9/29/22
9:45 AM
What We're Learning to Ask about Weaving Mathematics and Equity during Classroom Talk: Grades 3–5 by Susan Jo Russell and Deborah Schifter Petree C (LACC)
9/29/22
11:00 AM
Let's Start with a Story! Using Story Context to Ignite Deep Understanding of Fractions and Decimals by Sue O'Connell Platinum FG (JWM)
9/29/22
11:00 AM
Making Assessment an Integral Part of Instruction: A Focus on Numerical Reasoning Grades K–8 by Marilyn Burns Hall B (LACC)
9/29/22
2:30 PM
Leverage the Repeatable Nature of Reasoning Routines to Develop Equitable Mathematics Instruction by Grace Kelemanik and Amy Lucenta  404 (LACC)
9/29/22
2:45 PM
What We're Learning to Ask about Weaving Mathematics and Equity during Classroom Talk: K–Grade 2 by Susan Jo Russell and Deborah Schifter Petree C (LACC)
9/29/22
4:00 PM
 
Supporting Equitable Discussions Using Practices That Leverage Student's Cultural Resources by Mehan Shaughnessy 404 (LACC)
9/29/22
4:00 PM

Developing Numerical Reasoning with Routines, Tasks, and Games by Patty Clark and Holly Burwell 513 (LACC)
 
   
9/30/22
8:00 AM
 
Helping Students Catch Up and Keep Up by Patty Clark and Holly Burwell 513 (LACC)
9/30/22
9:30 AM
 
Look-Think-Talk: A Visual Mathematics Routine for Eliciting a Multiplicity of Student Thinking by Jen Munson 407 (LACC)
9/30/22
9:30 AM
Math Workshop: A Joyful Place for All, Not Just for Some by Jennifer Lempp 511AB (LACC)
9/30/22
11:00 AM
Beyond X's and Y's: Supporting the Development of Algebraic Reasoning by Julie McNamara 306 (LACC)

 

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Topics: Deborah Schifter, Sue O'Connell, Amy Lucenta, Grace Kelemanik, John SanGiovanni, Susan Jo Russell, Jen Munson, Marilyn Burns, Eric Milou, Heinemann Math

Date Published: 09/26/22

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