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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!


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Allison Conway

J Paul Taylor Academy
Teacher
Las Cruces, NM
I work at a K-8 public charter school in Las Cruces, New Mexico where I am a “math department of one” for our middle school program, teaching sixth, seventh, and eighth grade math classes. I started my career in bilingual education and taught kindergarten for several years in a dual-language program, and then jumped into fifth grade and then into the wonderful world of middle school. I love working with the students of middle school, and what I particularly love about our program is that I get to work with the same students for three years---I meet them as sixth graders and am their math facilitator for seventh and eighth as well! When I am not hanging with fabulously snarky and bright young adolescents, I have been fortunate enough to be a part of the Mathematically Connected Communities (MC2) project at New Mexico State University, and enjoy immensely the opportunity to help design PD opportunities and collaborate with teachers from all over New Mexico. I graduated in 2003 from the University of Wisconsin-Madison with degrees in Political Science and Spanish, and from NMSU with an MA in Curriculum and Instruction in 2008, with a specialization in Bilingual Education. I was part of the LIFT program through MC2 and NMSU from 2011-2013.