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Welcome to the 2015 MidSchoolMath National Conference!
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Saturday, February 28 • 2:00pm - 3:15pm
Math Games for the CCSS Math Practices FULL

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Note: This session is FULL and we are unable to increase the capacity further.
Please select another session to attend during this period, rather then joining the wait list.

Space is still available in Mathematical Icebreakers, another session featuring classroom math games, being offered on Saturday at 11:15

Connecting the new Common Core’s 8 Math Practices with learning through playing games is the object and design of this class. These teacher-created games are designed to be used in a large classroom setting and to provide a fun way for students to review and reinforce math concepts previously taught. Each game focuses on one or more of the 8 Math Practices and will help students learn, review, and sustain mathematical concepts while having fun.

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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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Zanet Ramos-Benavidez

Teacher, DeVargas Middle School
I am coming to MidSchoolMath after having been educated that the best way to teach math is through experiential learning.  Throughout my career my training has always remained something I had struggle to implement though I full heartedly believed in it.  The demands of the day to day workings of what must be taught always seemed to supersede the method of instruction I believed would truly work.  I was carefully encouraged to be... Read More →

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Set in the dawn of civilization, students tranform into an ancient Mesopotamian "ruler" and manager the problems of their empire, such as how wide to build their granary, or the distance to trade with neighboring empires. But don't let the simplicity of the questions deceive the multi-step math challenges they represent. | | The social network takes on new meaning, as the comprehesive concepts of 7th grade math, and bride concepts for 6th and... Read More →

Saturday February 28, 2015 2:00pm - 3:15pm
Sweeney C Santa Fe Community Convention Center