2017 Annual Two-Day

Growth Mindsets in Mathematics
and
Implementing the New NJ Mathematics Standards


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AMTNJ’s 27th Annual Two-Day Conference

 

Thursday, October 26 and Friday, October 27, 2017

Thursday October 26, 2017
Growth Mindsets in Mathematics
AMTNJ’s 27th Annual Two-Day Conference
and
Friday, October 27, 2017
Implementing the New NJ Mathematics Standards

National Conference Center
399 Monmouth Street
East Windsor, NJ 08520

Over 80 total Sessions Scheduled

    Featured Speakers

  • Dr. Diane Briars, Past President, NCTM
    “Strategies and Tasks to Build Procedural Fluency from Concepts”
  • Joseph Rosenstein, Director, DIMACS, Rutgers University
    “What Every High School Student Should Know about Discrete Mathematics”
  • Deidre Richardson, Mathematics Coordinator, New Jersey Department of Education
    “State of the Union for New Jersey Mathematics Standards and Curriculum”
  • Elizabeth Marquez, Research Project Manager, Educational Testing Service
    “Addressing Misconceptions that Impede Success in Both Mathematics and Science”
General Interest
“Challenges in Mathematics Education: A Call to Action”, Eric Milou, Rowan University
“Get Published! Share that Idea!”, James Clayton, St. Peter’s University
“Mathematical ‘Rules’ that Expire”, Rosemarie Malloy, Northern Highlands High School
“Just Let Me Survive Today! (Classroom Management & Motivation)”, Mark Richman
“Moving from a Teacher-Centered Classroom to a Student-Centered Classroom”, Anne Richardson, Randolph Township Schools
“Easily Using Formative Assessments to Adjust Instruction”, Melissa Anderson, NJ Center for Teaching and Learning
PK – 2
“Inclusion and the Growth Mindset”, Kristin Vona, Township of Ocean School District
“Let’s Bring Social Justice into Elementary Math Classrooms!”, James Clayton, St. Peter’s University
“How Do You Get Your Students Talking Mathematically?”, Ellen Edmonda, W.H. Sadler, Inc.
“Fun with Fluency”, Kimberly Salacki, Oakland Public Schools
3 – 5
“Math Activities for Fun”, Luann Voza, Lyndhurst Schools
“Positive Math Mindsets: Encouraging Self-Directed Learning”, Joseph Capriotti, Byram Township Schools
“Crafting Excellent Open-Responses in the Mathematics Class”, Linda Bortnick, East Brunswick Public Schools
“Accessible Enriching and Engaging Lessons for All Students”, Hugh Green, West Windsor-Plainsboro Regional School District
“Changing Mindsets To Tackle Equity: One District’s Journey”, Melissa Pearson, West Windsor-Plainsboro Regional School District
6 – 8
“Intervention Strategies for Struggling Learners in Middle School Mathematics”, Irina Lyublinskaya, CUNY College of Staten Island
“Games and Manipulatives: Digital and Concrete”, Agnes Azzolino, mathnstuff.com
“Let’s Get this PARTY Started; with Fresh Ideas”, Amy Miele-Wilkerson, Franklin Township, Summit
“Video Use in Supporting Deep Understanding”, Frank Gardella, Hunter College, CUNY
“Teaching About People and the Environment with Mathematical Models”, Judith Levine, Newark Public Schools
9 – 12
“Those Who Can, Do; Those Who Can’t, Use Computer Simulation”, Jerry Tuttle, University of Phoenix
“Using Desmos to Strengthen Mathematics Instruction”, Nicole Zayatz, William Paterson University
“Integrating Coding into the Mathematics Classroom: Let’s Make Some Music”, Irina Lyublinskaya, CUNY College of Staten Island
“Discovering Geometry: Using Patty Papers to Deepen Conceptual Understanding”, Stephanie Sheehan, Lavelle Prep Math Teacher
“What Every High School Student Should Know about Discrete Mathematics”, Joseph Rosenstein, Director, DIMACS, Rutgers University
“Modeling and Technology in the Secondary Mathematics Classroom”, Tom Shown, West Deptford Township Schools