MMC Saturday Workshops

Eli Luberoff
Saturday Workshops
March 7, 2020
Glenbrook South High School

Session 1: More Ways to Charge Up Your Classes with the Desmos Calculator 
9:00-10:15 AM
Session 2: More Ways to Charge Up Your Classes with the Desmos Activities 
10:45 AM-Noon

We will continue our wonderful experience on Saturday morning when Eli Luberoff again leads two workshops for us.  Come ready with a fully charged device so you can have a hands on experience to help charge up your classes! These workshops require advanced registration and payment, and will be filled on a first-come, first-served basis. Registration is now open! Click here to register online.

Session 1: More Ways to Charge Up Your Classes with the Desmos Calculator
Last year Eli Luberoff (creator of Desmos) led a fabulous workshop for MMC on this topic. It was so successful that he is doing a very similar one but with all new activities and ways to use Desmos to empower your students to learn and love mathematics. This workshop will work well for both those new and old to Desmos. Sign up while seats are still available.

Session 2: More Ways to Charge Up Your Classes with the Desmos Activities
Again Eli Luberoff (creator of Desmos) is building on last years other great workshop for MMC, but with all new material. In this workshop, Eli will help us tap the incredibly rich teaching and learning tools available with Desmos Activities. Haven’t ever tried this? Better not miss it. Think you’ve been there, done that? Not so with what Eli and Desmos have been building for math educators as recently as last week. Come be blown away, and take something magical back to your classroom.

Workshops are $18 each for MMC Members, $23 for non-members. Payment must be made online to complete your registration. (There is a $12 discount on the dinner meeting if you attend a workshop.) Registration will open soon to reserve your space!

AND, if you become an MMC member (or renew your membership) at the workshop, you will be entered into a raffle for free registration to the NCTM Annual meeting in Chicago on April 1-4.

If you have questions, please contact Mary Wiltjer.