It will probably take more than one post to unwind my last week of conferencing, but let’s start here. I sent a script through the conference programs and pulled out every uploaded handout and slidedeck.
After skimming through every file, I’ll note that the uploads skew heavily towards primary. So if you’re looking for those resources, you’re in luck.
In case your interests follow my own, here are the presentations and papers I’ve pulled aside for a closer reading:
NCSM Annual Meeting
- Bellman. Using Free Apps to Encourage Develop, and Support Young Teacher’s Use of Classroom Level Assessment.
- Carroll. Distance Learning for Teachers: Adventuring into Online Mathematics Professional Development.
- Dockterman. Early Math Intervention: Catching up Sooner Is Better.
- Fetter. The Whole Problem-Solving Process: Traversing the Chasms Between Thinking, Talking, Writing, and Typing Mathematics.
- Fulmore, et al. Teaching for Social Justice in Mathematics.
- Gray. Building Bridges Between Mathematical Tasks and Digital Resources.
- Håkansson. Equity and Excellence: Understanding Ratios and Proportional Reasoning.
- Hickman. Smarter Balanced – Making Connections: Eliciting to Acting on Evidence.
- Lots. Ross Taylor Past Presidents’ Session.
- Milou. Challenges in Math Education: A Call to Action.
- Norris, et al. Using NCSM’s Great Tasks in the Digital Age.
- Rinehart. Rethinking Ratios and Proportional Relationships: Implications for Teacher Leaders.
- Seitz & Erickson. Great Tasks: The Pleasure and Luxury of Being Wrong in Mathematics.
- Tanner. The Evolution of Online Learning from a Teacher’s and Student’s Perspective.
- Wilson & Gough. #SlowMath: Looking for Meaning Before the Task.
NCTM Research Preconference
- Dove. The Influence of Consecutive Flipped Learning Courses on Students’ Math Anxieties.
- Jarry-Shore & Kobiela. “It won’t work every time”: The Refutations of Pre-Service Elementary Teachers.
- Jensen, et al. Maintaining High Levels of Cognitive Demand Through Student Silence.
- Liu. What Do Eighth Grade Students Look for When Determining If a Mathematical Argument Is Convincing?
- Lobato, et al. Beyond the Demonstration of Procedures in YouTube-Style Math Videos.
- Munson. Conferring in the Elementary Mathematics Classroom: A Framework.
NCTM Annual Meeting
- Abel & Searcy. Using Social Networks to Teach Graph Theory.
- Boakes. Seeing Is Believing. Using Video Reflection Techniques to Strengthen Instruction.
- Carroll. Learning from Research: Using Worked Examples in Math Class.
- Cooperman. Challenging Precalculus Alternative Assessments Using the Free Online Desmos Calculator.
- Creagar & Daiga. Providing Students with the Power to Prove.
- DenBesten & Oswalt. Functions for ALL: Toward a Rigorous and Thorough Understanding.
- Franklin, et al. Essential Knowledge for Effective Teaching and Learning of Statistics.
- Gann. Building Proficiency in Mathematical Modeling.
- Gay & Peterson. 10 Classroom Ideas That Use Writing to Promote Deeper Understanding.
- Godbold. Mathematical Modeling for High School.
- Gordon. Magical Makeover! Strategies for Content Rigor, Relevance, Richness.
- Griffin & Lynch. Bridges That Don’t Fall Down.
- Grinwis & Manganello. The Rewards and Challenges of Standards-Based Grading.
- Krall. Fumbling Towards Inquiry: Starting Strong in Problem-Based Learning.
- Lewis & Vierra. Early Learning Math at Home.
- Mooney. A Blended Mathematics Class. Creating Authentic Online Mathematical Experiences and Meaningful Writing.
- Pahler. Guidelines for Assessment and Instruction in Mathematical Modeling Education.
- Peck. Making Inferences and Justifying Conclusions.
- Pickford. A Deep Dive into Fraction Operations.
- Surti. Asking Effective Questions.
- Tanton. The Mathematics of Bicycle Tracks.
- Tran & Oliver. Get Function-Minded: Tasks to Jumpstart Relationship Thinking.
If you find any material you recommend, please highlight it in the comments.