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Welcome to the 2019 MidSchoolMath National Conference! #MidSchoolMath2019

Looking for Session Handouts? Check out the Conference Dropbox at http://bit.ly/MidSchoolMath2019Additional materials will be added as they are provided. 

Thank you for joining us in Santa Fe for our 6th Annual Conference! If you selected your sessions prior to Sunday, 2/24, a print copy of your personalized schedule will be provided in your attendee packet. You’ll also get a daily agenda email from SCHED!

As a reminder, helpful information about traveling to Santa Fe, including airport shuttle services, featured hotels, getting around town, restaurants, and more can be found here.  

After the Conference, please take a moment to provide session feedback using SCHED! Thank you!


KW

Karen Wallace

Angevine Middle School
Teacher
Lafayette, CO
This is my twelfth year teaching middle school math, and I still love it! When it comes to making math accessible to all learners, I am a true believer and this belief helped guide me in my pursuit of a Master's degree coupled with an ESL endorsement. I also believe that students want to be successful and that middle school is an important opportunity for educators to help instill and/or re-instill the math confidence that is vital for future success. Math did not always come easy for me and I survived certain college courses because of my various study groups. Therefore, I am a proponent for active student discourse in the math classroom the majority of the time. I know firsthand that talking about the math supports and increases student knowledge.
Friday, March 1
 

7:15am MST

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Saturday, March 2
 

7:45am MST

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