SUM 2019 Schedule
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Friday
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8:00 - 8:45Registration in the Lobby
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8:45 - 10:00Keynote
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Opening remarks and
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Ruth Beatty and Christina RuddyChapel
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Relationship and Reciprocity in Culturally Responsive Mathematics Education
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10:00 - 10:15Coffee
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10:15-12:15Ruth Beatty, Lakehead Univeristy, Christina Ruddy, The Algonquins of Pikawkanagan First NationExploring the Mathematics of Algonquin BeadworkGeneralChapel
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Robert Q. Berry, III, NCTM PresidentConnecting Discourse to Formative AssessmentMiddle Years, High SchoolRoom 37
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Anne Schwartz, Escondido Union High School DistrictLet’s Talk About Math: Facilitating Discourse for EquityGeneralRoom 28
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Shauna Hegepeth, Hegepeth ConsultingModeling the Statistical Experience You Wish You'd HadGeneralRoom 10
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12:15 - 1:30LunchChapel
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12:30 - 1:00SMTS AGM Room 37
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Come for the constitutional review, stay for lunch, door prizes, and information from the NCTM!
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1:30 - 2:30Anna McQuillan, Greater Saskatoon Catholic SchoolsA lot more talk, a lot more action please: Helping students be comfortable talking in math class everydayMiddle Years, High SchoolChapel
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Jared Hamilton, Peace River North School DivisionUsing Arts Integration as an Access Point into MathematicsGeneralRoom 9
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Lisa Eberharter, Ministry of EducationDesigning Questions That Elicit Student Mathematical ThinkingGeneralRoom 37
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Sandra Moen, Prairie Spirit School DivsionTriangulation of Math DataGeneralRoom 10
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Lana Steiner, Good Spirit School DivisionBeyond the TestGeneralRoom 28
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2:30 - 2:45CoffeeLobby
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2:45-4:00Keynote
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Robert Q. Berry, IIIChapel
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Ensuring Mathematical Success for All: A focus on the Eight Effective Teaching Practices
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~followed by special awards~
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Saturday
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8:30 - 10:15Ruth Beatty, Lakehead Univeristy, Christina Ruddy, The Algonquins of Pikawkanagan First NationExploring the Mathematics of Algonquin BeadworkGeneralChapel
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Robert Q. Berry, III, NCTM PresidentUsing Tasks and Discourse to Position Students as Mathematically CompetentGeneralRoom 37
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Anne Schwartz, Escondido Union High School DistrictBuilding Classroom Culture: Social Contracts, Circles, Restorative JusticeMiddle Years, High SchoolRoom 28
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Shauna Hegepeth, Hegepeth ConsultingBuilding Statistical Intuition and Connecting Content Using CODAPMiddle Years, High SchoolRoom 10
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10:15 - 10:30CoffeeLobby
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10:30 - 11:30Valerie McLane, Greater Saskatoon Catholic SchoolsImplementing Guided Math in an Elementary ClassroomElementaryRoom 28
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Lana Steiner, Good Spirit School DivisionMath Without NumbersMiddle YearsRoom 37
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David CostelloDeveloping a Mathematically Literate Environment: Classroom Strategies That Make a DifferenceElementary, Middle YearsRoom 9
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Glen Aikenhead and Sharon Meyer, NorthEast School DivsionEnhancing School Math with Indigenous MathemetizingGeneralChapel
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11:40 - 1:00
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McDowell Salon SeriesChapel
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~This event is open to the public~
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