ATMNYC members receive a $10 discount at the Long Island Mathematics Conference (LIMACON), to be held Friday, March 15, 2019 at SUNY/Old Westbury. Questions? Contact Fran at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Exciting news for teachers of all levels of mathematics!
The Long Island Math Conference will be held on Friday, March 15, 2019, at SUNY Old Westbury.
This year's theme is "Where does math live? Show me!"
Mr. Ron Lancaster-Associate Professor at the University of Toronto will present the keynote. Mathematics consultant on the television show, Numb3rs.
50 workshops for Primary through College level math educators and preservice teachers.Please find the LIMACON program and registration information follow this link for further information. http://www.limathconference.org
Feel free to email us with any questions.
Hope to see you there!
Francine Wisnewski and Ronni DavidLIMACON Publicity Committee
2018 ATMNYC Workshop Descriptions:From The Concrete To The Abstract: How To Teach Shapes And Properties In The Elementary Grades (K-5)
Using Tangrams To Develop Conceptual Understandings In Mathematics (K-2)
Visualize This! Use 10 Frames To Learn Strategies And Master Facts For K-2
Make N Take On A Zero Budget (K-5)
Making Mathematics Culturally Meaningful With Ethnomathematics (General)
Mathematics Applications In The Beauty & Joy Of Computing (9-12) -- please bring a laptop or Chromebook
Advanced Hundred Board Activities For Grades 3-4
Formative Assessment With Mobile Devices In The Elementary Mathematics Classroom (3-5)
Have Your Read Any Math Lately? (3-5)
Using Coordinates To Interprete And Represent Data (6-8)
What Is Nanoscience? Integrate Science-Technology-Math (6-8)
Using Mathematical Riddles To Build Conceptual Understanding In Mathematics Through Cooperative Learning, Language Acquisition, And Differentiated Instruction (6-8)
Developing Quantitative Reasoning Skills By Algebrafying Patterns And Sequences (6-8)
Discrete, Dynamic Differentiation: Summit Math Courses (6-12)
Integrating Computer Science And Mathematics (9-12)
Coding On The Graphing Calculator (9-12)
Engaging Activities That Emphasize The Fun In Functions (9-12)
Demystifying Simultaneous Equations (9-12)
Connecting Pre-Calculus To The Evolving Ap Calculus (11-13)
Math Murder Mysteries (General)
Math Cubed: Twist Your Way To A New Understanding (General)
Ti Tips For Regents Success (9-12)
Equality Relations & The Net Worth Equation (9-12)
How Should Pre-Calculus Be Taught? (11-12)
High-Impact Strategies In The Math Classroom: Bringing John Hattie’s Research To Life (6-8)
Using Proportional Reasoning: A Formative Assessment Lesson (6-8)
8:00 – 9:00 AM REGISTRATION, BREAKFAST AND EXHIBITORS
9:00 – 10:00 AM SESSION ONE
10:00 – 10:30AM COFFEE BREAK AND EXHIBITORS
10:30 – 11:30AM SESSION TWO
11:30AM- NOON COFFEE BREAK AND EXHIBITORS
NOON – 1PM SESSION THREE
1PM RAFFLE 3rd floor
Thank you to:
Jennifer Raab, President of Hunter College
Francis J. Gardella, Executive Director of the Hunter College Mathematics Center for Learning and Teaching;
Robert Gyles, Director of the Hunter College Mathematics Center for Learning and Teaching;
Patrick Burke, Program Advisor, Mathematics Education, Hunter College/CUNY
Robin Schwartz and Ronni David, Conference Co-Coordinators, ATMNYC