My 2014 Speaking Schedule


Hi there and happy 2014. I’m currently flying from sunny Mountain View, CA, into the heart of the polar vortex for some work with math educators in Madison, WI. That’ll be the first of 50-ish workshops and talks I’ll be offering over 2014. You can find the rest of that list on my presentation page. I’ve posted links to sessions that have open registrations. (Some later dates haven’t opened registration yet.) If you have any questions, feel free to drop a comment here or an e-mail at Do say hi if we’re in the same area and tell me something interesting you’ve learned about teaching this year.

I'm Dan and this is my blog. I'm a former high school math teacher and current head of teaching at Desmos. He / him. More here.


  1. From the looks of it, you need to get more exposure in the Midwest! Probability of bumping into Dan Meyer higher if you live in Australia than in the central U.S.

  2. I’m pumped that you’ll be in Atlanta on June 7. I’ll be coming back from a camping trip that day, so I’ll try to shower before I come find you.

  3. We are excited to have you with us at the ICTM conference in Chicago mid-October. Thanks for making yourself available! I also ditto Matt Townsley’s comment above… It’s amazing you are able to juggle an intense speaking schedule, graduate work, maintaining this blog, Pearson work, etc…. Maybe you’d be willing to write a post in which you share some of “Dan Meyer’s Time Management tips” ??? :)

  4. I hadn’t really anticipated all the concern for my sanity and well-being. It’s appreciated, team, truly. For the record, since finishing my coursework requirement at Stanford this last fall, my commitments there are a lot less time consuming.

    I don’t imagine I’ll keep up this pace forever, though, so let’s do say hi in person while we can. See you on the road!

  5. I would like to know more about your Atlanta appearances. Your ideas about changing the way we teach math, giving students a chance to interact with the material in totally different ways, resonates with me. I used the penny pyramid with my geometry class. It was a pleasure to work through the process with them. Thank you!

  6. Hi Dan, I just noticed you will be in Vancouver, wa next week. Is this an open conference? I live in Vancouver and would love to hear you in person. Sincerely
    Dan S

  7. Yeah, Madison, WI! I’m sorry that you were here last week. It’s really a lovely place. Come back again in the summer!

  8. Still disappointed that I can’t get into the Seattle workshop, but glad that it’s full to overflowing! Hope to see you again in this neck of the woods!

  9. Woohoo! Dan Meyer in the Chicagoland area! I saw you present while I was studying to be a teacher maybe 4-5 years ago and ever since then, wanted to hear you again! I can’t wait for October!

  10. My sister-in-law teaches math in Kalispell. Hopefully she’ll go and tell me all about it. Too bad you’re not coming to the DC region. Richmond is too far.