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Fennessy, Joanne

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LIMACON
Posted: Dec 7, 2017 10:36 AM
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Good morning!
LIMACON is Friday, March 16th at SUNY Old Westbury and NCAMS members receive a $10 discount. Below is more information about the event.

The Thirty-Second Annual LIMAÇON Long Island Mathematics Conference
E3 = Equity × Empowerment × Effectiveness in Math Instruction
Friday, March 16, 2018 7:45 A.M. to 2:35 P.M. at SUNY College at Old Westbury, Campus Center
Co-sponsored by: NCMTA, ATMNYC, NCAMS, & SCMTA

To register go to: www.LIMathConference.org<http://www.limathconference.org/>
LIMAÇON, designed for mathematics educators from primary through university level, provides opportunities for professional
interactions and offers a forum for the exchange of concerns, innovative ideas, and achievable goals. This year's conference
theme: Advocating for High Quality Math Instruction through Equity, Empowerment, and Effectiveness.

The keynote speaker is Dr. Matt Larson, president of NCTM. Previously he was the K-12 curriculum specialist for
mathematics in the Lincoln Nebraska Public Schools. In addition, he has authored or co-authored several books including a
series on professional learning communities and Common Core Mathematics. His book entitled Balancing the Equation: A
Guide to School Mathematics for Educators and Parents is directed toward parents and educators who seek to improve their
understanding of mathematics and help students succeed.
Dr. Larson's keynote address is followed by a daylong series of workshops focused on mathematics education, pedagogy,
and problem solving. Participants can expect sessions to provide ideas, techniques, and skills that will improve teaching and
content effectiveness, and energize their classroom.
Session A (10:30 - 11:20 #'s 1-15) Session B (11:35 - 12:25 #'s 16-25) Session C (12:40 - 1:30 #'s 26-35) Session D (1:45 - 2:35 #'s 36-50)

Please go to the website LIMathConference.org to see the FULL descriptions of the following presentations:
1. It All Adds Up to Fun! K-2 Audrey Bellovin 16. K-2 Problem Solving Sue Mehr 26. Understanding Place Value K-2 Suzanne Golder
36. Developing Number Sense K-2 Suzanne Golder 2. Exploding Dots! K-4 Laura Forsyth, Debra Kessler
17. Share and Tell K-4 Jamar Pickreign, Robert Rogers 27. Is Math Sensible and Doable? K-4 Ellen Edmonds
37. Foster a Love of Math K-4 Meridyth Hansen 3. Problem with Word Problems 3-5 Camille DiBennardo 18. Rational Knots 5-8 Aziz Jumash
28. Fractions, Decimals, Percents 4-8 Nancy Golden 38. Math Games 4-6 Kristine Huchthausen
4. Videos in Teaching Math 5-8 Frank Gardella, Robert Kaplan 19. Math Isn't just Equations 5-8 Christopher Macaluso
29. More than a Worksheet 5-8 Kathleen Coners, Grace Parisi 39. Develop Math Power 5-8 Tom Beatini
5. Favorite Contest Problems 5-8 Dennis Mulhearn 20. Using ConcepTests 9-12 Amy Cappiello 30. Polylinks 9-12 Amy Lee
40. Teach STEM using Hockey 5-8 Alena Kluge 6. Coordinates: Represent Data 5-8 Shawn Towle
21. Teach More: Talk Less 9-12 Jocelyn Hall, Alyssa Collins 31. Coteaching/Coplanning 9-12 Lisa San Martin, Krysten Malloy
41. Coding with Codesters 5-8 Luis Saltos, Kate Sullivan 7. History of Math & Culture 9-12 Brian Evans
22. Flipped Lessons 9-12 Patrick Letourneau 32. Can you Believe it? 9-12 Alan Sultan 42. No Member Left Behind 9-12 Mara Markinson
8. Literature/Media in Math 9-12 Julio Penagos, Jeffrey Martin 23. Geogebra: Pre-calc & Calc College Vera Hu-Hyneman
33. Using Microsoft Surface General Joseph Bernat 43. TI & Math Confidence 9-12 Dana Morse
9. Proportional Reasoning 9-12 Robert Rogers 24. "Flickering" Classroom General Jerry Chen
34. ELL Instructional Strategies General Clare Lee 44. The Math of Scams 9-12 Michael Riccardo
10. Adv. Algebra with Finance 9-12 Richard Sgroi 25. Promoted Problem Solving General Jonathan LaManna, Jillian Ellis
35. Mastery Based Learning General Michael London 45. Math in Aviation 9-12 Christopher Roethel, Mohammed Pournazari
11. Math in Focus/Go Math 9-12 Nicole Simon, Theresa Vecchiarelli 46. Pre-Calculus 9-12 Michael Siuta
12. Behind the Scenes College/General Christine Davidson 47. Student Videos College JoAnne Thacker
13. Virtual Lesson Study General Salvatore Catalano 48. Video Enhanced Learning General Catherine Barbino
14. Promoting Math Thinking General Terri Germain-Williams 49. Strength-based Approach General Scott Votke, Joni Al-Hihi
15. What are they looking for in an applicant? Pre-Service David Hurst 50. First Year Teaching 101 Pre-Service Grace Parisi
7:45 - 8:30 CHECK-IN, CONTINENTAL BREAKFAST
8:45 - 9:15 INTRO by L.I. Mathematics Conference Board
9:15 - 10:15 KEYNOTE ADDRESS by Dr. Matt Larson -NCTM President
10:30 - 2:35 SESSIONS A-D see schedule
BUFFET LUNCHEON during either session B or C
7:45 - 1:45 EXHIBITOR BOOTHS
Questions? Call or text to: 516 359 2794 or email deb.grodenchik@ncc.edu<mailto:deb.grodenchik@ncc.edu>


Hope to see you there!
Joanne Fennessy
NCAMS Corresponding Secretary




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