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Welcome to the 2019 MidSchoolMath National Conference! #MidSchoolMath2019

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Sessions: Engage & Explore: Creative Ideas in Lessons & Learning [clear filter]
Friday, March 1
 

9:40am

More Thinking Does Not Equal More Work
Limited Capacity filling up

This session is focused on defining the concept of rigor and how it affects the mathematics classroom.

We will explore the three components of rigor: conceptual understanding, procedural fluency and application. You'll be given information to categorize their respecting grade level standards, and have the opportunity to sort and discuss mathematical standards to determine if the goal of the standard is conceptual, procedural fluency or application.

Within provided standards, you'll also investigate rigor in terms of tasks, working in groups to modify tasks to increase and decrease the difficulty and complexity to meet the needs of their students.

Speakers
avatar for Christine Nordman

Christine Nordman

Math Coach, Casa Grande Elementary School District
I am a mathematics and science coach in the Casa Grande Elementary School District. I have previously taught 7th grade mathematics and have now taken over the coaching position. I have been involved in a mathematics cohort in the district aimed at shifting the mindset of instruction... Read More →
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Whitney Spawn

Teacher, Casa Grande Elementary School District
I currently teach 7th grade mathematics and serve as my school's Mathematics Instructional Coach.  I have been involved in a district cohort for the past five years that works to improve the mathematical mindsets of teachers and students.  


Friday March 1, 2019 9:40am - 10:25am
Sweeney A
  • MATH STANDARDS & PRACTICES We will use our knowledge of rigor in order to explore the intent of the Common Core State Standards, exploring a range of standards.
  • WHAT WILL ATTENDEES GAIN? Attendees will practice sorting Common Core State Standards by conceptual understanding, procedural fluency, and application.
  • BEYOND "STAND & DELIVER" The attendees will gain hands-on experience by sorting standards by the aspects of rigor.

10:45am

Building a Foundation for Functions in the Middle Grades
Limited Capacity filling up

This session is full of hands-on activities and discussions about the concept of functions. Consideration will be given to the pedagogy of teaching and learning the meaning and various representations (algebraic, graphical, numerical (tables), or through verbal descriptions) of function in middle grades classrooms.

The session will begin with a balloon-inflating activity in which the number of breaths and the circumference of the balloon are measured and recorded, compared across participant groups, and discussed in terms of the definition of a function. The session then focuses on the 8th Grade Common Core Standards related to functions and uses these standards and sub-standards as the framework for analyzing several middle-grades appropriate classroom activities. As you engage and analyze these activities, you'll also be able to consider and share ideas about the potential for inclusion and emphasis in their classrooms and curriculum.

This session is being offered twice; please only sign up for one of the two sessions.   


Speakers
avatar for Thomas Evitts

Thomas Evitts

Professor Emeritus, Shippensburg University
Tom Evitts is a returning presenter at the MidSchoolMath Conference. Tom is a former high school mathematics teacher and recently retired from Shippensburg University's Mathematics Department, where he was a mathematics teacher educator. Tom enjoys reading, listening to music, traveling... Read More →


Friday March 1, 2019 10:45am - 12:00pm
Lamy
  • MATH STANDARDS & PRACTICES CCSS.MATH.CONTENT.8.F.A.1
  • WHAT WILL ATTENDEES GAIN? Attendees will gain an appreciation for function as a concept and for various representations of function.
  • BEYOND "STAND & DELIVER" Teacher-participants must engage with the material and interact together - in small groups and with the whole group.

10:45am

The Craft of Co-Crafting: A Mathematical Language Routine
Limited Capacity seats available

In the Age of Content, conversation drives creativity and conceptualization. In this session, you'll be guided through the process of "co-crafting", identified as a Mathematical Language Resource.  Whether analyzing the context of a graph, visualizing unlabeled data, or creating problems when only quantities are given, co-crafting is discourse-driven and powerful in engaging students in the elusive Standards for Mathematical Practices.

Speakers
avatar for Devin Rossiter

Devin Rossiter

Academic Coach, Walter Stiern Middle School, Bakersfield City School District
Devin Rossiter is an academic coach with a unique background in broadcast media in Bakersfield, CA. Originally from Staten Island, Devin supports teachers across California's largest K-8 district in understanding the strategic depth of conceptual reasoning and discourse. Rossiter... Read More →


Friday March 1, 2019 10:45am - 12:00pm
Coronado
  • MATH STANDARDS & PRACTICES Standards for Mathematical Practice: MP2, MP4, MP8
  • WHAT WILL ATTENDEES GAIN? Mathematical Language Routines through excerpts from ''Principles for the Design of Mathematics Curricula: Promoting Language and Content Development''
  • BEYOND "STAND & DELIVER" Participate in co-crafting activities, and generating their own tasks and problems in shared digital forums (Google Slides, Padlet, Twitter).

1:25pm

Building Connections for Instructional Coaches, Math Specialists & Educational Leaders
Limited Capacity full
Adding this to your schedule will put you on the waitlist.

Instructional coaches, math specialists and other educational leaders are encouraged to gather for this valuable networking session!

Meet peers and colleagues, and engage in networking and group discussions with your colleagues about goals, practices, causes for celebration and more! Featured Presenter Kevin Simpson will also highlight best practices, resources and trends related to leadership in math education globally.

Speakers
avatar for Kevin Simpson

Kevin Simpson

Managing Director, KDSL Global
Kevin Simpson launched KDSL Global, an education consulting company in 2016 in the USA and in the UAE. The company focuses on empowering educators and education businesses globally. Mr. Simpson has served 500+ schools and thousands of educators worldwide in 20 countries. The majority... Read More →


Friday March 1, 2019 1:25pm - 2:10pm
Lamy
  • WHAT WILL ATTENDEES GAIN? Meet other educational leaders and learn from them.
  • BEYOND "STAND & DELIVER" In this interactive networking session, you'll meet others, share your story and be inspired by others.

1:25pm

Introduction to SMP Tasks
Limited Capacity seats available

What are SMP tasks you ask? SMP stands for Standards of Mathematical Practices. These tasks provide a rich opportunity for students to engage with the current content of the unit through the lens of the Standards of Mathematical Practice.

How is an SMP different than an Essential Skills problem? A SMP task is not a single problem but rather a series of related problems that are leveled. Student choice is a central focus to allow exploration of deep mathematics which includes mathematics, research, and writing.

This session focuses on the structure of SMP tasks and an introduction on steps to create your own.

Speakers
avatar for Shannon Mashinchi

Shannon Mashinchi

High School Math Teacher, Reynolds High School
As a veteran teacher, it has been career changing to work toward a classroom where students are engaged and find success. In our school district there has been an influx of students from war torn countries with interrupted educational experiences. Providing opportunities to interact... Read More →
avatar for Clair Thiel

Clair Thiel

High School Math Teacher, Reynolds High School
As a 6th year teacher, I have immersed myself in the world of Interactive Strategies. As a Sheltered Math Teacher, I have the opportunity to take students with varying educational background and push them toward deeper thinking. As a teacher leader on the Interactive Strategies Team... Read More →


Friday March 1, 2019 1:25pm - 2:10pm
Sweeney B
  • MATH STANDARDS & PRACTICES Math Practice Standards
  • WHAT WILL ATTENDEES GAIN? A rich understanding of how to structure SMP tasks that align with your traditional content units.

1:25pm

Math Snacks Early Algebra: Showcase of New Products
Limited Capacity full
Adding this to your schedule will put you on the waitlist.

Join us to learn about Math Snacks: Early Algebra! These two new video games and one interactive tool have been developed by researchers from NMSU, with National Science Foundation Funding, to support the foundational skills which students needed to succeed in Algebra. Early algebra is an emerging term in math education research (Lins & Kaput, 2004) focused on the introduction of algebraic thinking in the elementary grades.

This session will allow you to play with the new games, as we believe that gameplay allows the teacher to become the facilitator of learning, incorporating various strategies to guide learners. We'll also explore the role technology has taken in education, providing both teachers and students with more options and flexibility in their teaching and learning practices, and discuss how teachers can use technology resources to provide opportunities for learning and create the "conditions that optimize learning" (Jonassen, Howland, Moore & Marra, 2003).

BOYD: Please bring a laptop, tablet or iPad with you to this session.
This session is being offered twice; please only sign up for one of the two sessions.  
 


Speakers
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Gaspard Mucundanyi

PhD Candidate, New Mexico State University
Gaspard Mucundanyi is a Ph.D. student in Curriculum and Instruction with a specialization in educational learning technologies at NMSU. He holds a Master of Science in Engineering and a Bachelor’s degree in Information Technology. He taught computer science courses at different... Read More →
avatar for Barbara Chamberlin

Barbara Chamberlin

Professor, New Mexico State University
Barbara Chamberlin directs game and media development at New Mexico State University’s Learning Games Lab. The production team works on a variety of content and audiences, most recently completing Math Snacks games for mid school learners (mathsnacks.org). Dr. Chamberlin also conducts... Read More →


Friday March 1, 2019 1:25pm - 2:10pm
Peralta
  • MATH STANDARDS & PRACTICES 5.OA.A.1-5.OA.A.2
  • WHAT WILL ATTENDEES GAIN? To develop discussion regarding how computer-based games can enhance the math learning experience.
  • BEYOND "STAND & DELIVER" This presentation will allow attendees to interact with technology tools that can be used to support teaching.

2:25pm

Advanced SMP Tasks: Creating a Quality Task
Limited Capacity seats available

Now that you know what an SMP (Standards of Mathematical Practice) task is, it's time to create one!

During this session, we will dive deep into the creation of an SMP task that you can take back to your classroom. Bring a content standard that you will be using this spring and an idea of the pre-skills and skills required to show mastery of this standard. We look forward to creating with you!

Speakers
avatar for Shannon Mashinchi

Shannon Mashinchi

High School Math Teacher, Reynolds High School
As a veteran teacher, it has been career changing to work toward a classroom where students are engaged and find success. In our school district there has been an influx of students from war torn countries with interrupted educational experiences. Providing opportunities to interact... Read More →
avatar for Clair Thiel

Clair Thiel

High School Math Teacher, Reynolds High School
As a 6th year teacher, I have immersed myself in the world of Interactive Strategies. As a Sheltered Math Teacher, I have the opportunity to take students with varying educational background and push them toward deeper thinking. As a teacher leader on the Interactive Strategies Team... Read More →


Friday March 1, 2019 2:25pm - 3:10pm
Sweeney B
  • MATH STANDARDS & PRACTICES Math Practice Standards
  • WHAT WILL ATTENDEES GAIN? You'll have time to develop a SMP task to take back to your students.

2:25pm

Keep em' uncomfortable!
Limited Capacity full
Adding this to your schedule will put you on the waitlist.

Math pretty much sucks when have no idea what is happening! This is what I tell my students and parents every year because I was once in their shoes. Struggling with the concepts, completing the plug and chug problems from the textbook, and feeling totally helpless. I knew that there had to be a better way to teach math.

I also tell my students to embrace the suck because real learning is deeper and more durable when it is effortful and challenging. While getting my masters in mathematics education, I set out to find a way to keep students from getting comfortable and bored with their routine. I wanted to make the learning environment fun, challenging, as well as achievable. I enrolled in really challenging math classes so I could actually put myself in the student’s shoes. I remembered how stressful it was to not understand the material. I also learned through lots of research that we don’t really understand how to learn in the best ways on our own.

Mathematics doesn’t have to be stale and boring, so I have taken concepts and proven strategies and morphed them into my own teaching philosophy. Students are given each week a real life task to help with future ready skills, procedural practice, deep conceptual understanding, blended learning, video tutorials, and papers to help prove their understanding of mathematics.

In this session, we'll explore teaching philosophies and strategies from a range of authors and experts including Henry Roediger, Mark McDaniel, Dr. Clayton Edwards, Jo Boaler, Marilee Springer, Judy Willis and many more.

Speakers
avatar for Joey Lankelma

Joey Lankelma

7th Grade Math Teacher, South East Junior High School
I used to struggle with math and avoided it at all cost. While I was teaching 6th grade I began to realize how fun it was to teach mathematics. I enjoyed helping students because I could put myself in their shoes. I decided I wanted to be a math teacher so I got my Math endorsement... Read More →


Friday March 1, 2019 2:25pm - 3:10pm
Sweeney D
  • MATH STANDARDS & PRACTICES CCSS
  • WHAT WILL ATTENDEES GAIN? Abundance of resources used in real life task, procedural practice websites, online tools, and video creation methods.
  • BEYOND "STAND & DELIVER" I will teach my lesson in the same format that I teach my class on a weekly basis. The introduction will be a quick video where I front-load the class with information.

2:25pm

Math Snacks: Early Algebra Showcase of New Products
Limited Capacity filling up

Join us to learn about Math Snacks: Early Algebra! These two new video games and one interactive tool have been developed by researchers from NMSU, with National Science Foundation Funding, to support the foundational skills which students needed to succeed in Algebra. Early algebra is an emerging term in math education research (Lins & Kaput, 2004) focused on the introduction of algebraic thinking in the elementary grades.

This session will allow you to play with the new games, as we believe that gameplay allows the teacher to become the facilitator of learning, incorporating various strategies to guide learners. We'll also explore the role technology has taken in education, providing both teachers and students with more options and flexibility in their teaching and learning practices, and discuss how teachers can use technology resources to provide opportunities for learning and create the "conditions that optimize learning" (Jonassen, Howland, Moore & Marra, 2003).

BOYD: Please bring a laptop, tablet or iPad with you to this session.
This session is being offered twice; please only sign up for one of the two sessions.  
 



Speakers
GM

Gaspard Mucundanyi

PhD Candidate, New Mexico State University
Gaspard Mucundanyi is a Ph.D. student in Curriculum and Instruction with a specialization in educational learning technologies at NMSU. He holds a Master of Science in Engineering and a Bachelor’s degree in Information Technology. He taught computer science courses at different... Read More →
avatar for Barbara Chamberlin

Barbara Chamberlin

Professor, New Mexico State University
Barbara Chamberlin directs game and media development at New Mexico State University’s Learning Games Lab. The production team works on a variety of content and audiences, most recently completing Math Snacks games for mid school learners (mathsnacks.org). Dr. Chamberlin also conducts... Read More →


Friday March 1, 2019 2:25pm - 3:10pm
Peralta
  • MATH STANDARDS & PRACTICES 5.OA.A.1, 5.OA.A.2
  • WHAT WILL ATTENDEES GAIN? To develop discussion regarding how computer-based games can enhance the math learning experience.
  • BEYOND "STAND & DELIVER" This presentation will allow attendees to interact with technology tools that can be used to support teaching.

2:25pm

Math Tank: Education Entrepreneurship
Limited Capacity seats available

Do you have an idea for a new math product or service? Join featured presenter, and educational entrepreneur, Kevin Simpson, for this session where you will have a chance to connect with others, pitch your idea, and explore the world of entrepreneurship.

Speakers
avatar for Kevin Simpson

Kevin Simpson

Managing Director, KDSL Global
Kevin Simpson launched KDSL Global, an education consulting company in 2016 in the USA and in the UAE. The company focuses on empowering educators and education businesses globally. Mr. Simpson has served 500+ schools and thousands of educators worldwide in 20 countries. The majority... Read More →


Friday March 1, 2019 2:25pm - 3:10pm
Lamy
  • BEYOND "STAND & DELIVER" undefined
 
Saturday, March 2
 

9:40am

Math Snacks: Learning expressions with creativity through Agrinautica
Limited Capacity seats available

Agrinautica is a new computer-based game, part of the already existing Math Snacks suite of learning materials. Math Snacks Early Algebra focuses on student understanding of early algebra concepts as they relate to the Common Core State Standards and Mathematical Practices. Early algebra is an emerging term in math education research (Lins & Kaput, 2004) focused on the introduction of algebraic thinking in the elementary grades.

In this session, we'll explore the following key concepts:
-Comfort with the notation and syntax of expressions
-Facility in reading, writing, and interpreting numerical expressions
-Utility in writing an expression to represent a specific numeric value
-Understanding that when there is more than one operation, order matters
-Experience mathematics as something that can be explored
-Ask questions and make conjectures
-Practice and reinforce simple mental math

After discussing what students may know or not know about writing numerical expressions, we'll play Math Snacks: Agrinautica to create bright, beautiful plants on the screen by using parenthesis, operations, and digits 1 through 9. The more complex their expression becomes, the bigger and brighter their plants will be! The goal is to increase the use of parentheses and operations to make the sunburst as big as possible.

BOYD: Please bring a laptop, tablet or iPad with you to this session, if you have one available. 

Speakers
avatar for Ted Stanford

Ted Stanford

Associate Professor, New Mexico State University
I am a topologist by temperament and training, which means I have trouble telling the difference between a donut and a coffee cup, or between a five-dollar bill and a ten-dollar bill. I managed to earn a PhD in 1993, after which I had faculty positions at the University of California... Read More →
avatar for Ruth Constansa Torres Castillo

Ruth Constansa Torres Castillo

PhD Student, New Mexico State University
Ruth Torres Castillo is a senior Ph.D. student in the Interdisciplinary Doctorate with a concentration in Curriculum & Instruction and Computer Science at New Mexico State University (NMSU). She received a Masters degree in Management of Information Technologies from Instituto Tecnologico... Read More →


Saturday March 2, 2019 9:40am - 10:55am
O'Keeffe
  • MATH STANDARDS & PRACTICES 5.OA.A.1, 5.OA.A.2
  • WHAT WILL ATTENDEES GAIN? To develop discussion regarding what students may know and not know about writing numeric expressions.
  • BEYOND "STAND & DELIVER" All of the Math Snacks and Math Snacks Early Algebra materials are designed to enhance the curriculum used by teachers and not intended to replace it.

9:40am

Ratios, Proportions, Discourse, Oh My!
Limited Capacity full
Adding this to your schedule will put you on the waitlist.

What do ratios/proportions, math practices, discourse, and centers have in common?

This interactive and inquiry-based session will weave all four into an action packed learning experience. Ratios and proportions are the some of the most misunderstood concepts in middle school. When the learning of ratios and proportions are done through an interactive conceptual way, students make sense of these ideas and build an understanding of these concepts.

This session will mirror that type of learning by having attendees engaging and interacting in a meaningful way with ratios and proportions through rich, hands-on activities. Math practices will be used to create viable arguments, reasonable solutions, and critique the reasoning of others. Because the activities will be open-ended, participants will engage in discourse through discussion with other participants.

Speakers
avatar for Patricia Carden

Patricia Carden

Math Specialist, Math and Science Bureau
As a former middle school math teacher, my passion is math and student learning. My current job is as the Math Specialist for the Math and Science Bureau here in Santa Fe. I have worked with teachers in their classrooms for the last eleven years developing strategies and activities... Read More →
SC

Shafiq Chaudhary

Math and Science Specialist, NM PED Math and Science Bureau
I am currently the Math and Science Specialist at the Math and Science Bureau with the New Mexico Public Education Department. | Before joining the NM PED in April 2017, I taught in Gallup, New Mexico as a middle school science and math teacher for seven years. My teaching career... Read More →


Saturday March 2, 2019 9:40am - 10:55am
Sweeney A
  • MATH STANDARDS & PRACTICES 6th grade Domain: Ratios and Proportional Relationships-Understand ratio concepts and use ratio reasoning to solve problems.
  • WHAT WILL ATTENDEES GAIN? Attendees will gain a vision of how ratios and proportions can be taught through manipulatives and inquiry based learning.
  • BEYOND "STAND & DELIVER" This is not a presentation on how to learn math. This is a math experience where learning happens through interactions and discussions among the attendees.

11:15am

Building a Foundation for Functions in the Middle Grades
Limited Capacity seats available

This session is full of hands-on activities and discussions about the concept of functions. Consideration will be given to the pedagogy of teaching and learning the meaning and various representations (algebraic, graphical, numerical (tables), or through verbal descriptions) of function in middle grades classrooms.

The session will begin with a balloon-inflating activity in which the number of breaths and the circumference of the balloon are measured and recorded, compared across participant groups, and discussed in terms of the definition of a function. The session then focuses on the 8th Grade Common Core Standards related to functions and uses these standards and sub-standards as the framework for analyzing several middle-grades appropriate classroom activities. As you engage and analyze these activities, you'll also be able to consider and share ideas about the potential for inclusion and emphasis in their classrooms and curriculum.

This session is being offered twice; please only sign up for one of the two sessions.   


Speakers
avatar for Thomas Evitts

Thomas Evitts

Professor Emeritus, Shippensburg University
Tom Evitts is a returning presenter at the MidSchoolMath Conference. Tom is a former high school mathematics teacher and recently retired from Shippensburg University's Mathematics Department, where he was a mathematics teacher educator. Tom enjoys reading, listening to music, traveling... Read More →


Saturday March 2, 2019 11:15am - 12:30pm
DeVargas
  • MATH STANDARDS & PRACTICES CCSS.MATH.CONTENT.8.F.A.1
  • WHAT WILL ATTENDEES GAIN? Attendees will gain an appreciation for function as a concept and for various representations of function.
  • BEYOND "STAND & DELIVER" As noted above and in keeping with my espoused approach to professional learning, teacher-participants must engage with the material and interact together.

11:15am

Create, Solve, Share: Student-crafted word problems
Limited Capacity seats available

Algebra is a critical part of success as students move into higher mathematics and into careers.  Therefore, it is important to not only have students master the concepts in algebra but also have a deeper understanding of functions and variables. But how do you obtain mastery while empowering the students to take charge of their learning?  For several years, we have been designing and implementing activities in algebra classrooms where students pose, solve, and share algebra problems related to their interests in popular culture areas like sports and social networking.

In this session, you'll experience one of our activities – they will first work in small groups to solve problems involving linear equations and direct variation.  Participant groups will then select a topic of interest to them and will be asked to pose their own algebra story problem related to their interests.  Through small-group and whole-group discussions, participants will compare direct variation versus linear change using multiple representations.  Participants then will hear about personalized problem-posing activities that have been implemented in the classroom, including success stories, common trouble spots, and example problems written by students. There will be general discussion about the instructional strategies of connecting mathematics to students’ interests and about using problem-posing in the mathematics classroom.

Speakers
avatar for Trevelyn Everitt-Gyure

Trevelyn Everitt-Gyure

Instructional Lead Coach, Dallas ISD
I moved into the educational arena in 2008 after spending many years in the business world. I began my career in Raleigh, North Caroline in Wake Country Public Schools where I served in many different capacities. Upon returning to Texas, I shifted into Urban education in Dallas ISD... Read More →


Saturday March 2, 2019 11:15am - 12:30pm
Milagro
  • MATH STANDARDS & PRACTICES Solving direct variation and linear equations using all forms of representation at approximately an 8th grade math level.  
  • WHAT WILL ATTENDEES GAIN? Participants will be able to develop word problems at a personalized level for students which will in turn create higher student engagement.  
  • BEYOND "STAND & DELIVER" Participants will select a topic from the given choices that are of interest to them. They will then work on hands on activities in a small group.

11:15am

Design Thinking for the Math Classroom
Limited Capacity full
Adding this to your schedule will put you on the waitlist.

Curriculum maps and time limitations often make us feel like there isn’t time for one more thing. Design thinking in the math classroom isn’t something extra, instead it allows for students to validate their content acquisition, extend their skillsets, and connect classwork to their native creativity.

While the phrase “design thinking” is often attributed to maker spaces and fablabs, authentic design in the classroom doesn’t require one to one computers, 3D printers, or digital fabrication tools – you already have everything you need in your classroom or at your site!

We will explore several models of design thinking as well as tackling authentic design challenges which are aligned to the middle school Common Core State Standards. Design thinking is not the purview of one single discipline or class, rather it is a toolbox with which to solve problems. Teachers participating in this session will create a collaborative space focused on transforming challenging mathematical concepts into opportunities for meaningful, student-lead designs.

Speakers
avatar for Dave Forester

Dave Forester

STEM Project Coordinator, LANL Foundation
A Las Vegas, NM native, Dave has been in Santa Fe since 1995 when he got involved with Santa Fe Brewing Company, and eventually realized a college dream of being part owner of a microbrewery. After parting ways with SFBC, he focused his energy on deploying interdisciplinary curriculum... Read More →


Saturday March 2, 2019 11:15am - 12:30pm
Peralta
  • MATH STANDARDS & PRACTICES CCSS.MATH.PRACTICE.MP4, CCSS.MATH.PRACTICE.MP5, CCSS.MATH.PRACTICE.MP6
  • WHAT WILL ATTENDEES GAIN? Attendees will experience a design challenge as well as gain exposure to several different design thinking models.
  • BEYOND "STAND & DELIVER" This session casts attendees in the role of students, putting them at the heart of a student-centered lesson.