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  • Ignite
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    Annie and booth guest watching/listening to Powerful Problem Solving classroom video >>

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    Annie, Steve, Max waiting for a flight >>

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    Suzanne and booth guest in Baltimore >>

  • book party

    Celebrating the publication of Powerful Problem Solving! >>

  • EnCoMPASS

    Annie, Max, Steve at EnCoMPASS Summer Institute >>

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    Max autographing a copy of Powerful Problem Solving >>

  • Max, Annie, Steve

    Max, Annie, & Steve at Ignite 2011! >>

 

Meet Max Ray

Max Ray

Talk with Max about our book, Powerful Problem Solving: Activities for Sense-Making with the Mathematical Practices and the companion website with classroom videos illustrating the activities from our book.

NCSM / NCTM Exhibits

NCSM - Booth 313
      Monday: 9:00 - 5:30
      Tuesday: 8:30 - 4:00

NCTM - Booth 1711
      Thursday: 8:00 - 5:00
      Friday: 8:00 - 6:00
      Saturday: 8:00 - 12:00

Join us for IGNITE!

Ignite poster

What makes mathematical educators passionate? What IGNITES us? Join us to find out! See how well our ten featured speakers do with 20 PowerPoint slides advancing every 15 seconds, whether they are ready or not! Grand B (capacity 430) on Wednesday from 3:45 - 4:45.

Suzanne Alejandre Ask Suzanne how to Unsilence Students' Voices.

Steve Weimar Ask Steve about the significance of Concept, Method, Procedure.

Annie FetterAsk Annie how "I Notice, I Wonder™" engages all students.

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