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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.

 

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Ted Stanford

New Mexico State University
Associate Professor
Las Cruces, NM
I am a topologist by temperament and training, which means I have trouble telling the difference between a donut and a coffee cup, or between a five-dollar bill and a ten-dollar bill. I managed to earn a PhD in 1993, after which I had faculty positions at the University of California, the University of Nevada, the United States Naval Academy, and New Mexico State University. Since 2004, I have been part of several mathematics education projects, in particular Mathematically Connected Communities (MC2) and Math Snacks. Being part of these projects, I have been fortunate to spend many hours doing mathematics with teachers and students in grades 3 through 8. I believe that everyone makes sense of mathematics in their own way, and that mathematics is a human activity where communication is as important as individual thinking. I have a dream that one day students will be as excited about learning trigonometry as they are about getting a driver's license. I also have a dream to see the stars someday in Antarctica.