[BTW: Owing to a death in my family, I had to cancel my participation in CMC-North this year.]
CMC-North a/k/a Asilomar is on us and my expectations are impossibly high. I’m not heavy into conference-going so take this for what it’s worth but CMC-North is my favorite meet-up of educators all year.
Here’s where I’ll be Friday through Sunday. If you’re going, drop a line in the comments. If you spot an omission in my schedule, drop a line in the comments. The indented bullets reflect a back-up session in case my primary turns into a snooze or a pitch for Scientology or something.
Lucy West, Academic Discourse It Ain’t Just for Kids – Keynote
Ed Zaccaro, 5 Real-Life Math Investigations That Will Astound Students
– Michael Fenton, Imagine: Wikipedia for Mathematics Assessment Questions
Dan Meyer, Math Curriculum Makeover
– Steven Leinwand, Glimpses of Instructional Excellence
Phil Daro, Common Core Standards: What is the Difference?
– Marty Bonsangue, Surprising Problems for Those Not Easily Surprised
Sheldon Erickson, Conceptual Algebra: Teach More, Better, Faster
– Harold Jacobs, Mathematical Snapshots of 2010
Michael Serra, Investigations in Geometry for 2010
Various, incl. yrs trly, Ignite
Jo Boaler, The Psychological Prisons From Which They Never Escape? How School Mathematics Shapes Children’s Lives. (Keynote)
And, yeah, I can’t freaking believe they counter-programmed me against Steve Leinwand, who has never disappointed whenever he’s turned up on my conference schedule. If you’re flipping a coin between the two of us, watch this and pick Steve. On the off chance I start boring myself, I’ll see you there.