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Welcome to the 2016 MidSchoolMath National Conference!

Session scheduling is limited to registered attendees - all attendees should receive schedule access via email by Jan. 4 or within two business days of registering. Click on the "More Information" link for detailed directions on accessing SCHED and signing up for concurrent sessions.

Programming begins each morning at 8:15 am sharp, ending at 4:30 pm on Friday, followed by a social hour from 5:00 - 6:30 pm; and ends at 4:15 pm on Saturday.

Please note, schedule is subject to change.

To learn more about MidSchoolMath or register to attend the conference, please visit www.midschoolmathnationalconference.com or email conference@midschoolmath.com.

 

Friday, February 19 • 9:50am - 11:05am
Storytelling and Mathematics FULL

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While this popular session is full, ample space is available in an Encore Session on Friday at 1:40 pm!

Mathematics teachers are usually consumed with teaching algorithms. Algorithms, however, are based on axioms and those can vary depending on the theory of mathematics. Storytelling in mathematics permits students to explore deductive reasoning.

In this session, you'll have the oportunity to explore deductive reasoning, modeling, and axiomatic systems through the use of storytelling. The explorations will be conducted with Project Zero thinking routines, Socratic Seminars on primary sources, and inquiry-based learning. We'll also explore exemplar work from previous students already published on iTunes Store.

BYOD: If you have a laptop, iPad or tablet, plan to bring it with you to this session.  

Presenters
avatar for Jonathan Haack

Jonathan Haack

Math Coach, MYP4 Extended, Mandela International Magnet School
Jonathan Haack lives by the saying “It is better to have tried and failed than to have succeeded at doing nothing.” Jonathan is proud to join the Jaguar family at Capital High School, where he is excited to support student learning in mathematics. Jonathan also teaches one section... Read More →
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John Morrison

Social Studies Teacher, Innovation Academy, Santa Fe High School
Originally from New York, John moved to New Mexico in 1997 after working on Capitol Hill for Congressman Bill Richardson from 1993-1997. After teaching and coaching at Rio Rancho High School for 4 years, John began teaching at Capital High (2001-2003) and then Santa Fe High (2003... Read More →


Friday February 19, 2016 9:50am - 11:05am
Milagro Santa Fe Community Convention Center

Attendees (40)