ATMIM Winter Conference: New Methods and New Ideas for the New Year

  • Thursday, January 09, 2014
  • 3:30 PM - 7:30 PM
  • Boston College
  • 15


  • Free Registration for Conference Speakers. You will need a special speaker code in order to register using this option. Only one free speaker registration per presentation.
  • This is the standard registration for ATMIM Members. If you are not an ATMIM member, then you will be prompted to join during the registration process.

$45.00 Registration Fee does not include Membership in ATMIM. If you are not already an ATMIM member, you will be prompted to join during the registration process. You must be a member of ATMIM to attend ATMIM conferences. Standard membership costs $20.00 per year (student, first year teacher, retired teacher, 3-yr discounts, Elementary Building member rates are all available).
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Join us on a Winter's Evening in the New Year!

Conference Theme:  New Methods and New Ideas for a New Year

New Methods, New Ideas? Yes, but Why and How?
Tim Whiteford, St. Michael's College, VT

Conference Schedule:

3:30 – 4:00    Registration
4:00 – 4:45    Session #1
5:00 – 5:45    Session #2
6:00 – 6:40    Dinner
6:45 – 7:30    Keynote Address


Speakers/Presentations include

Elementary School

The Development of Division Concepts in Grades 3-6
Katherine Marin, Westwood Public Schools

Essentials for Developing Early Numeracy (PreK-2)
Jill Milton, Norwood Public Schools

Fractions, Essential Questions and the Common Core
Glen Sherman and Benjamin Geiger, Cambridge Public Schools

Is there high cognitive demand in the questions I ask? (K-5)
Jennifer Shore, Newton Public Schools


Middle School

PARCC Potpourri: Design, Cognitive Complexity,
and Going Beyond the Single Standard

Darren Burris, Boston Collegiate Charter School

Is there high cognitive demand in the questions I ask? (6-8)

Sheri Flecca, Newton Public Schools

Making Rational Numbers More Meaningful
Peg Kenney, Boston College

Diagramming Problems in 5-8 Math
Ellen Metzger, Lincoln Public Schools


High School

How to flip without flopping: getting the most out of a flipped classroom
Ross Bensen, Cambridge Rindge and Latin High School

Rethinking Mathematics Education In the New Era
Don Cameron, The Brooks School

Do You See What I See?
Talitha Oliveri and Lisa Lopes, Hopedale Junior/Senior High School

What We Can Learn from the “Lowly” Trapezoid
 Steve Yurek, Lesley University

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