Register for the Annual Two-Day Conference


OCTOBER 25 (Friday) – 26 (Saturday), 2019

Crowne Plaza Princeton – Conference Center


Keynote Speaker – Jim Matthews, Siena College, NY

The Dinner Table Test: Pass the Stake!”  

We assume that it’s important to have state standards, to have our students take reasonable state exams, and to have teachers use exam results to improve mathematics programs and instruction. But what about the Dinner Table Test? What will your students say when asked: “What did you learn in your math class today?” We will discuss the components of this test and make suggestions on how your students can pass it with flying colors.  

During his tenure at Siena, Jim has taught mathematics, computer science, and courses for the education department including supervision of student teachers. Prior to joining the faculty at Siena, Jim was a secondary mathematics teacher in Chatham, NY, and he has taught mathematics for many years in kindergarten through 6th grade classrooms. Jim has given hundreds of conference presentations and written articles based on ideas for improving the teaching of mathematics and computer science. Jim has conducted numerous workshops for mathematics educators, directed and consulted on many grant projects, and helped establish undergraduate and graduate programs for mathematics and science teachers at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute.


With over 80 presentations, we have sessions for everyone: PreK-12 teachers, pre-service teachers, college and university professors, coaches and administrators.


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