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Welcome to California Mathematics Council - South’s 2015 Annual Conference Program!
This year’s conference is in Fabulous Palm Springs, Friday, November 6 and Saturday, November 7!
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Type: 6 - 8 [clear filter]
Friday, November 6
 

8:30am

10:30am

253: What's the Odds? Probability in Middle School. Renaissance-AndreasEnriqueta Ramirez-Gomez • Johnny Reyes 254: Getting Students To Ask Better Questions Renaissance-Mojave Lrng CtrAvery Pickford 256: Algebra Intervention Rigor Problem Solving and the CCSS Hard Rock-Palladium SouthMardi Gale 257: Fun With Statistics in Middle School Hard Rock-Woodstock ThreeJennifer Hagman • Zachary Hagman 258: More Face Time with a Flipped Classroom Renaissance-Pueblo AMary Byrnes • Suzanne Cowan 260: Perseverance Problem Solving Strategies for Understanding Hard Rock-Palladium NorthAndrea Cadman 261: Seeing Proportions: Hands-on to Visual to Abstract Hard Rock-Woodstock ThreeSheldon Erickson 262: Ratios Rates and Fractions Oh My! Hard Rock-Woodstock TwoEllen Whitesides 263: Build Conceptual Understanding Using a Clothesline Hilton-Palm CanyonDaniel Luevanos 264: Guiding Students to Those Aha Moments Without the Ughh! Hilton-TapestryIvan Cheng • Jaspreet Sandha 265: Expressions and Equations: 3 Strategies to Spark Engagement PSCC-Mesquite DShelley Kriegler • Cynthia Raff 266: Number Talks Ð You Can Start Next Week!! PSCC-Mesquite GChris Harris • Laura Ruggles 267: Meaningful teaching of Integers Expression n Equations PSCC-Mesquite Hguillermo mendieta 268: Don't Cell Yourself Short: Sparking Deeper Understanding! PSCC-Smoke Tree CCindy Bryant 269: Icons Do It: Targeted Feedback to Support Student Learning Renaissance-AndreasSendhil Revuluri 270: S.T.E.M. on a Shoestring Renaissance-CatalinaBrad Fulton 271: Deeper Understanding of NGSS in CCSS Math for Middle School Renaissance-San JacintoAnthony Quan 272: Multiple Representations to Support Modeling Renaissance-VenturaKyndall Brown

1:30pm

3:30pm

 
Saturday, November 7
 

8:30am

10:30am

1:15pm

3:15pm