The Association of Teachers of Mathematics
of New York City
Our annual conference will be held virtually on Saturday, January 9, 2021
Sponsored by Texas Instruments
CTLE credit given
ATMNYC VIRTUAL CONFERENCE
Time Schedule & Presentation Titles
Saturday, January 9, 2021
11AM – 12 PM SESSION 1
Irina Lyublinskaya Columbia Teachers College Engaging Students in Learning Math Online with Nearpod (Elementary)
Ken Collins Charlotte Latin School, N.C. Using CAS to Help Students Understand Calculus Theorems (High School)
Andrea Faoro & Connie Nephew NYSED Updates from the Associates of Curriculum and Instruction in the New York State Education Department (General)
12:15PM – 1:15PM SESSION 2
Frank Gardella Hunter College/CUNY Ratio and Proportion: Pictorially before Symbolically (Middle School)
Dana Morse Texas Instruments Building Math Confidence through Educational Technology (High School)
Matt Martinez Rubrik’s Cubed: Twist Your Way to a New Understanding (General)
1:15PM - 2PM LUNCH/COFFEE BREAK
2PM - 3PM SESSION 3
Irina Lyublinskaya Columbia Teachers College Intervention Strategies for Struggling Learners in Elementary School Mathematics (Elem)
David Wilson SUNY/Buffalo State Formative Assessment Lessons and Desmos: Engaging Students In-class and Online (Middle School)
Chris Krow Academy of St. Joseph Statistics and Probability through Simulation (High School)
3:15PM – 4:15PM SESSION 4
Wlliam Farber Mercy College Using Mathematical Riddles to Build Conceptual Understanding in Mathematics through Cooperative Learning (Middle School)
Alan Sheptin Iona College Make Calculus Fun Again! (High School)
Elana Reiser St. Joseph’s College Using Google Apps to Create Digital Escape Rooms for Remote Learning (General)
Registration links will be announced shortly. All times EST.
For further information email Ronni David email@example.com or Robin Schwartz firstname.lastname@example.org
ATMNYC members are invited to attend the virtual 2021 Long Island Mathematics Conference (LIMACON), to be held Friday, March 12, 2021. Exciting news for teachers of all levels of mathematics!
For updates: http://www.limathconference.org
Feel free to email Fran Wisnewski at email@example.com with any questions.
Hope to see you there!