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Topic: AMTNYS ~ 62nd Annual Fall Conference
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Rebecca Urlacher

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Registered: 8/17/12
AMTNYS ~ 62nd Annual Fall Conference
Posted: Aug 17, 2012 9:40 AM
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Hello Colleagues,
My name is Rebecca Urlacher and I am this year's Publicity Chair for
the 62nd Annual Fall Conference for AMTNYS. I wanted to send along a quick
note to let everyone know that this year's conference is shaping up to be
one of best! I would like to take a quick moment to highlight the speakers
we have this year. Our Keynote Speaker on Thursday, November 8th will be
Dr. Keith Devlin from Stanford University, perhaps better known as NPR's
'Math Guy'. With his research including topics such as the use of
different media to teach and communicate mathematics to diverse audiences,
its sure to be an exciting address. Then at the wonderful AMTNYS Banquet
on Friday, November 9th, Dr. Glenda Lappan will be speaking. She is a
former NCTM President and the director of the Connected Math Project. Both
speakers will be providing our conference with phenomenal and inspiring
ideas. So with that in mind, please join us on November 8th-10th in Rye
Brook, NY for the 62nd Annual Fall Conference, as we dig deeper into the
Common Core with a wide variety of sessions that will focus on specific
domains in each grade-band. Let?s work together to get to the Core of the
matter!

See the attached flyer for more information. You can also find hotel
registration info at www.amtnys.org.

Thank you!

Sincerely,
Rebecca Urlacher



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