Math Forum Ignite Talks

Ever wondered what the Math Forum is all about? What makes us passionate? What IGNITES us? Now you can find out!

See how well we do with 20 PowerPoint slides advancing every 15 seconds, whether we're ready or not.

UCTM 2014

Max Ray: Look, Mom! I'm a Mathematician!
Annie Fetter: Technology. Why Bother?
Links to all speakers: 2014 Ignite Talks in Layton, Utah

Ignite session at the Utah Council of Teachers of Mathematics (UCTM), Layton, Utah

AMTNJ 2014

Annie Fetter: "Use Appropriate Tools Strategically." Huh?
Max Ray: Concept, Method, Procedure
Links to all speakers: 2014 Ignite Talks in New Brunswick, New Jersey

Max Ray presenting in New Brunswick, New Jersey.

NCSM 2014

Max Ray: Teaching Isn't Rocket Science. It's Harder.
Annie Fetter: You Call That Math?
Links to all speakers: 2014 Ignite Talks in New Orleans, Louisiana

Steve Rasmussen emceeing the New Orleans NCSM Ignite session

NCSM 2013

Annie Fetter: Hidden Decision-Making
Max Ray: Tweet Me, Maybe?

Ken Gordon's view of the Denver audience

CMC-North 2013

Max Ray: Keep Your Head Up and... Listening is Hard
Annie Fetter: Who Cares? (About What?)
CMC-North Ignite Talks 2013 Unedited: The complete, unedited video of the whole session (no PowerPoint) and Steve Rasmussen's between-talk commentary.
Links to all ten speakers: 2013 Ignite Talks at Asilomar

Merrill Hall, Asilomar, CA

CMC-North 2012

Suzanne Alejandre: Unsilence Students' Voices

Suzanne in Asilomar, CA

NCSM 2012

Max Ray: Fun with Trig Identities
Annie Fetter: The Teacher I Would Have Been
Steve Weimar: What do we 'no'?

Annie in Philadelphia

NCTM 2011

Max Ray: Why 2 > 4: A Proof by Induction
Annie Fetter: Ever Wonder What They'd Notice?
Steve Weimar: Why Did You Do That?

Max, Annie, Steve in Indianapolis

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