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NCTM 2011 Regional Conferences & Expositions - Atlantic City

Event Date: 
October 19, 2011 - 01:00 am - October 21, 2011 - 05:00 am

Location

Atlantic City, NJ
United States
Associated Dates and Deadlines: 
Annual Conference: Indianapolis, Indiana-- April 13-16
Regional Conference: St. Louis, Missouri—October 26–28
Regional Conference: Albuquerque, New Mexico—November 2–4

NCTM Regional Conferences offer more than 200 presentations as well as exhibits with the latest tools and resources for your classroom. Take the time to invest in yourself; plan for the future and make 2011 a rewarding year for YOU! Registration opens in April, but for now we've got the essentials to help you make your professional development plans.

For more information, visit http://www.nctm.org/conferences/default.aspx?id=52

Note: We invite you to attend the following CADRE-sponsored session where DR K-12 projects and CADRE partners will present their collaborative work.

Partners Building Knowledge: Collaboration between Practitioners, Researchers, and Curriculum Developers

Presenters: Karen King (NCTM), Gary Benenson (City University of NY), Derek Riley (PSA), David Barnes (NCTM)

Description: Everyone benefits when research and development projects are true partnerships in building knowledge and products. Learn strategies that lead to effective collaboration through the perspectives and experiences of practitioners and R&D agents on project partnerships including benefits, challenges, and expectations of successful partnerships.

Additional session information will be made available once the conference agenda is posted on the NCTM website.

Look for these DR K-12 grantees who are presenting:

  • Session Title: Dynamic Multi-representational Approaches to Fractions (10/21/2011)
    Presenters: Daniel Scher (project: Introducing Dynamic Number as a Transformative Technology for Number and Early Algebra), Scott Steketee
  • Session Title: Explore Addition, Subtraction, and Multiples with Dynamic Number Grids (10/21/2011)
    Presenters: Daniel Scher (project: Introducing Dynamic Number as a Transformative Technology for Number and Early Algebra), Scott Steketee
  • Session Title: Illuminate Variables and Behavior of Functions Geometrically with Sketchpad 5 Presenters: Scott Steketee (project: Introducing Dynamic Number as a Transformative Technology for Number and Early Algebra), Erin Garvey, Brian Cohen