MMC Virtual Conference of Workshops
We are happy to present the 2022 MMC Conference of Workshops as a virtual event this year!
The Conference will take place on Saturday, February 12, 2022, via Zoom. You can attend on your computer or dial in on your phone from the comfort of your own home! And registration is free to current MMC Members! If you are not yet a member, you can join with a one-year electronic membership for $35 (or $22 for student teachers) on the conference registration page.
Sessions are below; you can find full session descriptions here as a pdf.
See you soon!
The Virtual Cafeteria will open at 8:00, and will be open through the end of the conference. Stop here between sessions, take a break to hang out with colleagues, or check with the Registrar if you have questions.
Session 1 (8:30)
1A: Developing a Mathematical Modeling Mindset (Cathy Kaduk) 3-5
1B: Math Warm-ups to Spark Curiosity: New Puzzles and Old Favorites (to Get Students Talking to Other Humans Again) (Jackie Murawsak) 5-12
1C: Building Intuition for Proofs and Counterexamples (Chris Jeuell) 8-16
1D: Inverse FUNctions! (Elizabeth Runkle & Sarah Rutstein) 9-12
1E: Effective and Engaging Teaching with CAS (Scott Knapp) 8-12
1F: Building Thinking Classrooms in Geometry (Aimee Hart & Vishna Patel) 9-12
Session 2 (9:50)
2A: Game-based Learning: Using Weiqi/Go game to Support Students in K-3 in Meeting CC, NBT, and OA Math Standards (Guo Wu) K-3
2B: Martin Gardner – Our Favorite Problems (John Benson & Steve Viktora) 8-12
2C: Teaching About Our World with Mathematical Models and Simulations (Lindsey Bailey) 6-8
2D: A Deep Dive Into Algebra (Megan Dorneker) 7-10
2E: Families of Functions Free Modular Course with 300+ Videos (Tom Reardon) 8-12
Session 3 (11:10)
3A: Beautiful and Powerful Mistakes: Examining Integer Multiplicative Thinking (Nicole Enzinger) K-8
3B: Understanding why the decimal point can move in multiplication (Cathy Kaduk) 5-7
3C: The Linear Regression Process: From Generation to Interpretation (Frank Briody) 9-12
3D: Motivating the Study of Functions (Scott Knapp) 9-12
3E: My favorite Desmos Activities from Geometry, Statistics, and Precalculus (Rick Cazzato) 10-12
Post Session Discussion from 12:10 to 1:10 in the Virtual Cafeteria.
Registration closes at 11:59 pm on February 6. Some sessions may be closed earlier if they reach capacity.
We are able to continue to provide this workshop because of the generosity of our members. If you are not yet a member (or need to renew your membership) please click here. Or, please consider making a donation to MMC using our Zelle address: firstname.lastname@example.org