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NYSAMS Leadership Summit-Sept. 28, Tarrytown, NY
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On site registration welcome




9th Annual Fall Leadership Summit

Saturday, September 28, 2013
Doubletree-Hilton, Tarrytown, NY

?Navigating the Common Core?

Agenda
7:30- 8:30 Registration and Breakfast
Welcome, Heidi Bromley, NYSAMS President-Elect
Math Assessment and the Common Core State Standards
Dr. Tim McNamara, ASCD Faculty
Consultant for the Heart of Georgia RESA
Member, PARCC State Math Content Review committee

Assessment, Standards and Curriculum Updates
Candace Shyer, Bureau Chief Test Development, Office of State Assessment

Lunch, sponsored by Texas Instruments
Break sponsored by Bedford, Freeman and Worth Publishers

TI Tools for the Common Core
Dana Morse, New York State Pennsylvania Partnership Development Consultant
Texas Instruments Incorporated

NCSM Leadership
Suzanne Libfeld, NCSM Eastern 1Region Director

Common Core for the Global Learner
Juanita Maltese, President, NYSAMS, Program Chair, Limacon
Chairperson, Mathematics, Business & Technology, Carle Place Schools, Retired




Suzanne C. Libfeld
Director, New York City Mathematics Project
Lehman College
Eastern 1 Regional Director, National Council of Supervisors of Mathematics
Past-President, New York State Association of Mathematics Supervisors
718.960.8416





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