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Weaving the Mathematical Practices Throughout the K-12 Curriculum

05/22/2013 12:58 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)


July 29 - 31, 2013


With just about a week remaining to take advantage of our Early Bird Special (details at the end of this notice), you are invited to join us for a 3 day engaging institute focusing on the eight Mathematical Practices and what they look like in the classroom.  We are excited to have some of the region’s most influential mathematics educators together to actively engage us in classroom activities that embody the mathematical practices from CCSSM.


Our complete Program will soon be available at www.atmne.net, but listed below is a sampling of our offerings.


Choose from sessions designed specifically for:


The Elementary School Classroom (K-5) with a focus on fractions as numbers.


Judy Curran Buck (Mathematics Education Support Services-Derry, NH)

“The Common Core's Focus on Fractions: Transitioning to Fractions as Numbers”


Donna Knoell (Educational Consultant-Shawnee Mission, KS)

“Engaging Children with Number Sense, Fractions and Problem Solving”


Michele Lippens (Somerville,MA Public Schools)

“Strategies and Resources for Fractions Through the Common Core: Grades 3 – 5”


Mary Pelrine (Middleton, MA Public Schools)

“Fractions Only Part of the Story: Lessons Learned about Fractions as Number”


MW Penn (Math for Poets-Hamden, CT)

“Why a Pie? Exploring Visual Representations of Fractions”


Susan Osberg (University of Rhode Island-Providence, RI)

“FRACTIONS! OH; MY!”


The Middle School Classroom (6-8) with a focus on ratios, measurement, and geometry.


Amy Lucenta (EDC-Natick, MA)

“Helping Teachers Engage with the Standards for Mathematical Practice: An Instructional Strategy to "Look for and Express Regularity in Repeated Reasoning"


Kate Marin (Westwood, MA Public Schools)

“Exploring and Explaining Ratio and Proportion With Visual Models”


Jim Matthews (Siena College Loudonville, NY)

“Weaving the Mathematical Practices Through Your Curriculum with Counting Problems”


Andrea Plate (Somerville, MA Public Schools)

“A Professional Development Tool for Understanding the Mathematical Practices”


Aniceta Skowron (Ancaster, Ontario)

"Patterns in 3-D Geometry: Concept Development and Strengthening for Math and Science"


The High School Classroom (9-12) with a focus on problem solving using algebra, geometry, and trigonometry.

Kerry Cook (Franklin, NH High School)

“From Paper to Pinterest:  Using multiple modes of assessment to measure mastery of the mathematical practices”


Art Johnson (Boston University, Boston, MA)

“Chicken or the Egg?  What Do You Plan First: The Problems/Projects or the Mathematical Practices.”


Nancy Johnson (Hopedale, MA Jr/Sr HS)

“Floodlights”


Margaret Kenney (Boston College Chestnut Hill, MA)

“Problem Solving Using Stars Illuminates and Connects Algebra, Geometry and Trigonometry”


Monday’s Opening Keynote Address by Dr. Anne M. Collins

Director of the Mathematics Achievement Center, Lesley University


Wednesday’s Closing Keynote Address by Dr. Linda Dacey

Professor of Mathematics Education at Lesley University



Click here for more detailed information, including registration



Cost: $350 (includes a light breakfast and lunch each day) for full three days.

To attend one day, the cost is $120, and for two days the cost is $240.


Early Bird Registration Special:  Register before June 15th and pay only $300 for the three-day institute.


We are an authorized PDP Provider for the State of MA. Certificates will be awarded for 6 hours at the end of each day.

The ATOMIC Mission is to ensure that every Connecticut student receives world-class education in mathematics by providing vision, leadership and support to the K-16 mathematics community and by providing every teacher of mathematics the opportunity to grow professionally.

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