Next week, Heinemann will be in Washington, D.C. for two national math conferences: the National Council of Supervisors of Mathematics (NCSM) and the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics (NCTM).
If you’re attending, we’d love to see you! We’ll be at booth 512 at NCSM and booth 333 at NCTM.
Many Heinemann authors will be presenting at each conference; a full list is below.
Can’t attend NCSM or NCTM this year? You can still save on any of our math professional books by using the code NCTM18 at online checkout on Heinemann.com from April 22-30, 2018*.
Speaker Schedule for NCSM and NCTM 2018
- Max Ray-Riek, author of Powerful Problem Solving. Valuing Teachers and Teaching: Online Communities for Professional Growth
- Amy Lucenta & Grace Kelemanik, coauthors of Routines for Reasoning. Decide and Defend: An Instructional Routine to Support Teacher and District Attention to Equity in the Classroom
- Susan Empson, coauthor of Children’s Mathematics. Integrating Interactive Experiences with Children into Professional Development
- Susan Jo Russell, coauthor of But Why Does It Work? But Why Does It Work? Using Examples to Investigate Structure
- Pamela Weber Harris, author of Lessons and Activities for Building Powerful Numeracy. Problem Strings for All: Developing Student and Teacher Mathematics
- Paul Goldenberg, author of Making Sense of Algebra. Promoting Equity in Early Childhood Mathematics Through Games That Foster Persistence and a Learning Mindset
- Megan Franke, coauthor of Children’s Mathematics. The Case of Cognitively Guided Instruction (CGI): How and Why Attention to Student Thinking Supports Teacher and Student Learning
- Lucy West & Antonia Cameron, coauthors of Agents of Change. Content Coaching: It Transforms Instruction
- Patsy Kanter & Steve Leinwand, coauthors of Developing Numerical Fluency (coming fall 2018) Helping Teachers Develop Mathematical Knowledge for Using Properties to Build Critical Numerical Fluency with Operations
- Jen Munson, author of In the Moment (coming fall 2018) Side-by-Side Coaching: How to Grow Teaching, During Teaching
- Grace Kelemanik & Amy Lucenta, coauthors of Routines for Reasoning. Learn How to Develop Teacher Content Knowledge and Practice Through Instructional Routines
- John SanGiovanni, coauthor of Math in Practice. Leading a Cohesive Mathematics Program
- Deborah Schifter, coauthor of But Why Does It Work? Looking for Structure: Early Algebra with a Focus on the Operations
- Megan Franke, coauthor of Children’s Mathematics. Research-Practice Partnerships to Support Continuity in Mathematics Curricula
- Susan Empson, coauthor of Children’s Mathematics. Supporting the Development of Teachers' Expertise in Noticing Children's Mathematical Thinking
- Linda Levi, coauthor of Children’s Mathematics. Developing Computational Fluency: A Cognitively Guided Instruction Perspective
- Steve Leinwand, author of Accessible Mathematics. Practical Strategies for Making the Case for Mathematics Coaches and Mathematics Coaching
- Cathy Fosnot, lead author of Contexts for Learning Mathematics. Dynamic vs. Static Assessment: A Growth-Mindset Perspective
- June Mark, coauthor of Making Sense of Algebra, and Johannah Nikula, coauthor of Mathematical Thinking and Communication. Developing Teacher Knowledge About Standards for Mathematical Practice That Are Challenging to Understand
- Deborah Schifter, coauthor of But Why Does It Work? Mathematical Practices in the Classroom: What Students Do and What Teachers Do to Make It Happen
- Sue O’Connell, lead author of Math in Practice. Leading the Learning: Transforming the Teaching of Mathematics Through Book Study
- Max Ray-Riek, author of Powerful Problem Solving. Rethinking What Each and Every High School Student Needs Related to Algebra and Functions
- Grace Kelemanik & Amy Lucenta, coauthors of Routines for Reasoning. Developing Justification in ALL Students through the Decide and Defend Instructional Routine
- Jen Munson, author of In the Moment (coming fall 2018) Side by Side: What, How, & Why Coaches and Teachers Can Learn Together in the Moment of Instruction
- Maria Blanton & Despina Stylianou, coauthors of Teaching with Mathematical Argument. Pedagogy That Advances Algebraic Reasoning in Elementary Grades
- Nancy Butler Wolf, author of Modeling with Mathematics. Mathematical Modeling: Using Authentic Problem-Solving Tasks to Interpret the World Around You
- Lucy West, coauthor of Agents of Change. Enticing All Students to Contribute to Rich Math Discussions
- Max Ray-Riek, author of Powerful Problem Solving. Using Students' Creative Problem Solving to Build Algebraic Fluency from Conceptual Understanding
- Sue O’Connell, lead author of Math in Practice. The Power of Connections: Deepening Place Value Understanding in K-2
- Michael T. Battista, author of Cognition-Based Assessment and Teaching. How Learning Progressions, Assessment, and Technology Can Support Students' Mathematical Sense Making
- Maria Blanton, coauthor of Teaching with Mathematical Argument. Do We Prepare Students for Algebra? Designing Tasks That Build Students' Algebraic Thinking
*This code is valid from April 22-30, 2018 and does not apply to Math in Practice, Contexts for Learning Mathematics, eBooks, electronic print bundles, or online courses.