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Welcome to the 2015 MidSchoolMath National Conference!
For more information about the conference, please visit www.midschoolmath.com. Ample space is available in all sessions at the present time!  

Please note: only registered conference attendees can create a personal agenda for this event. If you have registered for the conference, you’ll receive an invitation to activate your sched account via email. Detailed directions about activating your Sched account and creating your agenda can be found under More Information.
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Friday, February 27 • 1:30pm - 2:45pm
Math Culture Survey: Assessing What is Really Happening in your Classroom LIMITED

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Limited Capacity seats available

The session starts now!  Prior to the conference, you will complete an online survey (links below), and have your students do the same, exploring and examining math culture and teaching environments.

Then, once at the conference, you and your colleagues will have the opportunity to take the confidential, collective data and apply mathmatical standards for collaborative analysis. We'll also explore how you can bring this technique back to share with your administrators and your students.

If you are attending this session, please complete surveys by Wednesday morning (2/25)! We need your participation to make this session a success!

The teacher survey takes approximatly 20 minutes to complete; the student survey can typically be completed in less then 10 minutes. Surveys can be accessed via the links below on any web browser (but your school must allow you to access and send information through Google forms.)

BYOD: Please bring a laptop with you to this session!

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Scott Laidlaw

CEO, MidSchoolMath
Scott Laidlaw is a math teacher-turned-game designer. With 14 years of in-classroom teaching experience at the elementary, secondary and university levels, since earning his doctoral degree from the University of Northern Colorado, Scott has focused his research and development on how students learn mathematics through the imagination. Scott began teaching math at a middle school where fewer than 28% of his students were proficient in math... Read More →
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Megan LeBleu

Executive Vice President - CCSS Math Content, MidSchooolMath
Megan Le Bleu is a National Board Certified teacher who taught math at a high-poverty middle school in Albuquerque, New Mexico for 14 years. During those years she became a master at collaborating with fellow teachers, making math curriculum engaging and accessible to students. She is highly skilled at integrating technology in the classroom and is well versed in the Common Core math standards. Megan believes in learning math through story, and... Read More →

Friday February 27, 2015 1:30pm - 2:45pm
Sweeney A Santa Fe Community Convention Center

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