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Welcome to California Mathematics Council - South’s 2016 57th Annual Conference Program!
This year’s conference is in Fabulous Palm Springs, Friday, November 4 and Saturday, November 5!
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Friday, November 4
 

10:30am

252: Using FREE Technology to Increase and Assess Understanding
Participants will be introduced to how to use technology to check for understanding, demonstrate mathematical concepts, and create and interpret graphs using such free applications as Plickers, GeoGebra, and Desmos.

EVALUATION POLL CODE: 580465

Speakers
avatar for Edward Simons

Edward Simons

Teacher/, Perris High School District
Working on MAT(Master in Teaching Mathematics) with a focus on the classroom benefits of incorporating dynamic software in Math lessons, Engineering Instructor (PLTW), Astronomy Club Advisor Interests: Hiking and Camping with my family. Astronomy, Member of Temecula Astronomy... Read More →


Friday November 4, 2016 10:30am - 12:00pm
PSCC-Smoke Tree E

1:30pm

300: Teaching Mathematics: Reflections and Insights on >1000 Classroom Observations
I have been blessed with an ever growing data base of more than 1000 K–12 mathematics classroom observations since 2010. This session is an opportunity to capture and share some of what I've observed and learned. We will use specific examples to look at such issues as on-going cumulative review, homework, worksheets, saying vs. showing, formative assessment, questioning, and tasks that either numb or energize our neurons—all of which can be transported to every classroom in which mathematics is taught.

EVALUATION POLL CODE: 580498

Speakers
avatar for Steven Leinwand

Steven Leinwand

Author, American Institutes for Research
Steve Leinwand is a Principal Research Analyst at the American Institutes for Research (AIR) in Washington, D.C. and has over 30 years of leadership positions in mathematics education. Steve has served on the Mathematical Sciences Education Board during the development and publication... Read More →



Friday November 4, 2016 1:30pm - 2:59pm
PSCC-Primrose B

3:30pm

487: Upgrade Your Card Sorts
Card sorts help students compare, contrast, and group mathematical structures. In this session we'll learn how to use a free digital card sort to promote discussion and give feedback in ways that are impossible with paper card sorts.

EVALUATION POLL CODE: 580600

Speakers
avatar for Shelley Carranza

Shelley Carranza

Teacher, Desmos



Friday November 4, 2016 3:30pm - 5:00pm
PSCC-Smoke Tree D

3:30pm

452: Classroom Dessert: Real Assessment Isn’t What You Think
A fine meal is topped off by a carefully-crafted dessert; in the classroom, it’s called “assessment,” and it often lacks flavor. The authors of The Classroom Chef re-think how we assess our students, empowering them by tapping into their voice.

EVALUATION POLL CODE: 580569

Speakers
avatar for John Stevens

John Stevens

Chaffey JUHSD
John is an instructional math and technology coach in Southern California. He is the author of Table Talk Math and co-author of The Classroom Chef, blogs about his passions at http://fishing4tech.com, and would love to create more opportunities for kids to love mathematics.
avatar for Matt Vaudrey

Matt Vaudrey

Bonita USD
A Google Certified Innovator and EdTech Coach from Southern California, Matt brings risk-taking to the forefront of the classroom. His students — kids and adults — build confidence and motivation by taking risks in a safe environment where failure is cheap. His book, The Classroom... Read More →


Friday November 4, 2016 3:30pm - 5:00pm
PSCC-Mesquite B
 
Saturday, November 5
 

8:30am

591: Enhancing Algebra and Geometry: Transformations in Geogebra
We share and engage the audience in GeoGebra (GG) activities that develop geometric & algebraic connections, & mathematical practices. Learn basic GG instructions to perform geometric transformations on points, graphs, & shapes. BYOD with GeoGebra.

EVALUATION POLL CODE: 580647

Speakers

Saturday November 5, 2016 8:30am - 10:00am
PSCC-Smoke Tree F