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 will receive a $10 discount at the 2020 Long Island Mathematics Conference (LIMACON), to be held Friday, March 13, 2020. Questions? Contact email@example.com Exciting news for teachers of all levels of mathematics!
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!
Debra Grodenchik & Jennifer KohutCo-Conference Coordinators