National Council of Teachers of Mathematics 2013 Annual Meeting and Exposition

Please note: The NCTM conference program is subject to change.

Technology + Choice = Success

Thursday, April 18, 2013

8:00 AM-9:15 AM


35
 
Base-Ten Blocks and Fractions to Beginning Algebra: Unifying Computational Algorithms
Marvin E. Harrell, Elizabeth G. Yanik and Nancy Smith
Grade Band Audience: 6 to 8, 3 to 5

Mile High 3 C (Convention Center)

40
And the Area Is . . . Because!
Kathleen M. Fick and Nicola D Edwards-Omolewa
Grade Band Audience: 6 to 8

Centennial Ballroom A (Hyatt Regency )

42
 
Median—Statistical and Geometric: How Are They Related?
Leora R. White and Danielle D. Desjarlais
Grade Band Audience: 6 to 8

Mineral Hall A-C (Hyatt Regency )

43
 
Menu of Pythagorean Delights
Amy L Keller, Brenda Willis and Beth Hahn
Grade Band Audience: 6 to 8

708/710/712 (Convention Center)

44
 
Middle School Math: Turn It On
Christi Fricks and Jennifer North Morris
Grade Band Audience: 6 to 8

403/404 (Convention Center)

45
The Importance of Being Prime: Helping Students Understand Number Theory
Ziv Feldman
Grade Band Audience: Preservice and Inservice, 6 to 8

Mineral Hall D/E (Hyatt Regency )

47
Coordinate Plane Transformations: Have You Got the Right Image?
Margaret Bambrick and Ruth Casey
Grade Band Audience: 9 to 12, 6 to 8

Mile High 3 A (Convention Center)

9:45 AM-11:00 AM


98
Unpacking Geometry Problems from Boxes You Create
Nicholas J Restivo
Grade Band Audience: 3 to 5, 6 to 8

104/106 (Convention Center)

99
 
Analyzing a Progression of Proportional Reasoning Strategies
Michele B Carney and Gwyneth Hughes
Grade Band Audience: 6 to 8

Mile High 1 A/B (Convention Center)

101
 
Connecting Geometry and Algebra through Reasoning and Proof
Lawrence Linnen
Grade Band Audience: 9 to 12, 6 to 8

Centennial Ballroom G/H (Hyatt Regency )

105
 
Strategies to Engage Algebra Learners: Puzzles That Promote Mathematical Reasoning
Mary K. Fries, Jane M. Kang and Paul Goldenberg
Grade Band Audience: 9 to 12, 6 to 8

Centennial Ballroom E (Hyatt Regency )

107
Where Do Those Polygon Area Formulas Come From?
Betty B. Long and Deborah A. Crocker
Grade Band Audience: 9 to 12, 6 to 8

103/105 (Convention Center)

1:00 PM-2:15 PM


202
 
Geometry Gems: Dissections That Promote Mathematical Thinking and Spatial Reasoning
Patricia S. Baggett and Andrzej Ehrenfeucht
Grade Band Audience: 6 to 8

Mineral Hall A-C (Hyatt Regency )

203
Geometry on a Shoestring Budget
David K Masunaga
Grade Band Audience: 6 to 8

503/504 (Convention Center)

204
 
Statistical Reasoning in the Middle School
Raymond Johnson and Susan Thomas
Grade Band Audience: 6 to 8

Mineral Hall D/E (Hyatt Regency )

205
 
TI-Nspired for the Middle Grades: Common Core–Based Investigations
Ann M Schlemper
Grade Band Audience: Preservice and Inservice, 6 to 8

Capitol Ballroom 5-7 (Hyatt Regency )

206
Algebra Reasoning, Common Core Standards, English Language Learners: Analyzing Motion Graphs
Angela Thompson and Alex Radosavljevic
Grade Band Audience: 9 to 12, 6 to 8

506/507 (Convention Center)

209
From the Fundamental Counting Principle to Infinity and Beyond
Patrick M. Kimani and Sarah Anderson
Grade Band Audience: 9 to 12, 6 to 8

Four Seasons 4 (Convention Center)

211
 
Strike a Pose: Modeling in Algebra
Jennifer M North Morris and Brenda Elmore
Grade Band Audience: 9 to 12, 6 to 8

Mile High 3 C (Convention Center)

2:45 PM-4:00 PM


259
 
Rock with Scissors and Paper: Spatial Reasoning in Your Hands
Sara Normington, Dr. Lynn Patterson and Jennifer Rising
Grade Band Audience: 6 to 8, 3 to 5

201 (Convention Center)

261
 
Making Sense of Algebra with Realistic Mathematics Education
Mieke Abels, Michael S. Matassa and Raymond Johnson
Grade Band Audience: 6 to 8

Mile High 3 A (Convention Center)

262
 
Prop Up Problem Solving with Proportional Reasoning
Gail R. Englert
Grade Band Audience: 6 to 8

Centennial Ballroom E (Hyatt Regency )

263
They’re the Same but Different? Building Multiple Representations of Proportionality
Sami Briceno and Kasey Bratcher
Grade Band Audience: 6 to 8

603 (Convention Center)

Friday, April 19, 2013

8:00 AM-9:15 AM


336
 
Do Operations with Integers Sink Your Studentsí Boat?
Aran Glancy, Young Rae Kim and Tamara J. Moore
Grade Band Audience: 6 to 8, 3 to 5

104/106 (Convention Center)

339
 
Is There Another Way to Teach Fraction Division?
Sarah K. Westbrook and Joy Black
Grade Band Audience: Preservice and Inservice, 6 to 8

Mile High 2 B (Convention Center)

341
 
Using Technology to Drive Inquiry in Mathematics
Leigh Haltiwanger and Bob Horton
Grade Band Audience: Preservice and Inservice, 6 to 8

503/504 (Convention Center)

343
 
Cups, Ropes, and Licorice: Making Sense of Rate of Change
Jennifer M Campbell
Grade Band Audience: 9 to 12, 6 to 8

Mineral Hall A-C (Hyatt Regency )

345
 
Motivating Students by Sparking Curiosity about the “Whys” in Mathematics
Angie Hodge
Grade Band Audience: 6 to 8, 9 to 12

Mile High 1 E/F (Convention Center)

9:45 AM-11:00 AM


394
 
Fun, Fun, Fun with Math Games
Susan Troutman and Carolyn L. White
Grade Band Audience: 3 to 5, 6 to 8

406/407 (Convention Center)

395
Regular Polygons with Fraction Circles
Armando M Martinez-Cruz, Jose Contreras and Patrick Kimani
Grade Band Audience: 3 to 5, 6 to 8

Mineral Hall D/E (Hyatt Regency )

396
Bar Modeling, Percent Decrease, and the Common Cold
Kathleen Hill and Jennifer Luebeck
Grade Band Audience: 6 to 8

111/113 (Convention Center)

398
Irrational Numbers: Where Are You?
Vivian F. Cyrus and Christie A. Perry
Grade Band Audience: 6 to 8

704/706 (Convention Center)

399
 
Building Geometric Thinkers
Cory A. Bennett
Grade Band Audience: Preservice and Inservice, 6 to 8

Mile High 4 C/D (Convention Center)

400
Playing with Blocks while Developing Algebraic Thinking
John F. McAdam
Grade Band Audience: Preservice and Inservice, 6 to 8

Mile High 1 E/F (Convention Center)

401
 
We Taught a Zoo
Lynn Kirby and Jason L. Ermer
Grade Band Audience: Preservice and Inservice, 6 to 8

110/112 (Convention Center)

403
 
The Right Path: Logic Puzzles That Build Spatial Reasoning
Jeffrey J. Wanko
Grade Band Audience: 9 to 12, 6 to 8

607 (Convention Center)

1:00 PM-2:15 PM


501
Explore "Doing Mathematics" and the Standards for Mathematical Practice
Linda M. Giauque
Grade Band Audience: 6 to 8

403/404 (Convention Center)

502
 
Help Students Dig into Data, Statistics, and Probability with TinkerPlots
Elizabeth DeCarli and Karen M. Greenhaus
Grade Band Audience: 6 to 8

Mile High 2 B (Convention Center)

503
Uncovering Proportional Relationships in an Ancient Puzzle
Diane Therese Devine
Grade Band Audience: 6 to 8

Capitol Ballroom 5-7 (Hyatt Regency )

2:45 PM-4:00 PM


549
 
Exploring Polygon Properties with a Piece of Rope
Dana T. Johnson and Marguerite M. Mason
Grade Band Audience: 6 to 8, 3 to 5

503/504 (Convention Center)

551
Interactive Reasoning Leading to Proof with Online Tools and Games
David Barnes
Grade Band Audience: 6 to 8, 3 to 5

Four Seasons 4 (Convention Center)

553
Math Snacks: Animations and Video Games Teaching Middle School Math
Karen M. Trujillo
Grade Band Audience: 6 to 8

Mile High 3 C (Convention Center)

554
 
NASA: Distance–Rate–Time Math in Air Traffic Control
Rebecca Green and Gregory Condon
Grade Band Audience: 6 to 8

Mile High 1 A/B (Convention Center)

556
Using the Mathematical Practices as Scaffolding for Academic Language Development
Harold Asturias
Grade Band Audience: 6 to 8

Mile High 1 E/F (Convention Center)

558
 
Going in Circles: Math Teachers’ Circles
Mary Garner, Virginia Watson and Beth Rogers
Grade Band Audience: 9 to 12, 6 to 8

Mineral Hall D/E (Hyatt Regency )

559
 
Linearity: A Moving Experience in Reasoning
Fay Zenigami, Judith Olson and Melfried Olson
Grade Band Audience: 6 to 8, 9 to 12

506/507 (Convention Center)

560
Powerful Online Tools Promote Powerful Mathematics
Eli Luberoff and Patrick Vennebush
Grade Band Audience: 9 to 12, 6 to 8

406/407 (Convention Center)

Saturday, April 20, 2013

8:00 AM-9:15 AM


627
 
Breaking the Rules: Discrete Math Problems You Can Count On
Jenifer G. Martin and Eric Welch
Grade Band Audience: 3 to 5, 6 to 8

503/504 (Convention Center)

628
 
Do Critical Thinking Tasks and Models Improve Algebraic Reasoning? Absolutely!
Leanne Luttrell
Grade Band Audience: 3 to 5, 6 to 8

Mile High 3 C (Convention Center)

632
Middle School Intervention: What Does It Look Like?
Kristi Cohen and Sheila Yates
Grade Band Audience: 6 to 8

104/106 (Convention Center)

634
They'll Need It for Calculus
Christopher Danielson
Grade Band Audience: 6 to 8

704/706 (Convention Center)

9:45 AM-11:00 AM


672
 
Thinking Outside the Box: A Chocolatey Optimization Problem
Rita Sanchez and Greta Keltz
Grade Band Audience: 3 to 5, 6 to 8

111/113 (Convention Center)

674
 
Gone Fishing: Proportions and Probability in a Real Scientific Context
Jill A. Cochran
Grade Band Audience: 6 to 8

110/112 (Convention Center)

675
 
Reinventing and Connecting Rules for Dividing Fractions
Yvelyne Germain-McCarthy
Grade Band Audience: 6 to 8

Mile High 4 C/D (Convention Center)

676
Technology + Choice = Success
Melissa G. Jackson and Meredith A. Howell
Grade Band Audience: 6 to 8

708/710/712 (Convention Center)