2019 PROGRAM SCHEDULE
8:00 – 9:00 AM REGISTRATION, BREAKFAST, AND EXHIBITORS
9:00 – 10:00 AM KEYNOTE NCTM PRESIDENT ROBERT Q. BERRY III 3rd FLOOR CAFE
10:00 – 10:30 AM BREAK AND EXHIBITORS
10:30 – 11:30 AM SESSION A
11:30AM - NOON BREAK AND EXHIBITORS
NOON – 1 PM SESSION B
10:30AM – 11:30 AM
Donna Balter Meislin Hunter College/CUNY Level K-5 Make and Take: Teaching on a Zero Budget Dr. Makoto Yoshida and Dr. Mary Leer Level K-2 Ten Frames Develop a Foundation for Cardinality and Operations
Vincent Altamuro and Dr. Sandra Clarkson Level 3 - 4 NYC Dept. of Education/Hunter College/CUNY Advanced Hundred Board Activities for Grades 3-4
Dr. William Farber Mercy College Level 6 – 8 Welcome to the World of Polyominoes: Geometric Explorations that are FUN!
Alise Braick IS 392/NYCDOE Level 6 – 8 Visual Representation of Irrational Numbers in Middle School Classroom
Dr. Nancy Sardone Georgian Court University Level 6-8 Math/Science Integration for Earth's Sake
Dr. Irina Lyublinskaya Columbia/Teachers College Level 9 – 11 There is an APP for that! Teaching Algebra with the Graphing Calculator
Dr. David Wilson SUNY Buffalo State Level 9 – 12 Gaining Insight on Student Thinking through Formative Assessment Lessons
Ken Collins Charlotte Latin School Level 11 – 12 Trends in A.P. Calculus and How They Affect Pre-Calculus
SESSION B12:00 PM - 1:00PM
Carole Mulligan New York University (ret.) Level PK-K Number and Numeration
Donna Balter Meislin Hunter College/CUNY Level K - 5 Make and Take: Teaching on a Zero Budget
Nicholas Restivo Math Olympiads Level 3 - 5 Solving Problems by Doing Problem Solving
Alecia McGill Bonita Unified Schools San Dimas HS Level 6 - 8Exploring MaTh LABS; a Guided Discovery approach!
Fanny Sosenke and Maria Pilar Sanchez The Chapin School & Brooklyn Friends School Level 6 – 8Developing Visual Sense in Middle School Students: A Collection of Hands-on Activities
Dana Morse Texas Instruments Level 9-12 Math in Motion
Carl Oliver City-As-School Level 9-12 Explore Ideas of Empathy, Justice and Other Messy Parts of our World Topics Using Algebra and Statistics
Alan Sheptin Iona College Level 9-12 Make Calculus Fun Again
Betty Barberi SUNY/Old Westbury General Women in Math
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 us with any questions.
Hope to see you there!
Debra Grodenchik & Jennifer KohutCo-Conference Coordinatorsdebra.email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org