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12:30 p.m. – 2:00 p.m.

112. Creating Conversations about the Properties in the Elementary School Classroom

(3–8) Workshop SCSC

What does it mean to really understand arithmetic? How can teachers engage students in deep mathematical conversations about the properties? What manipulatives support these practices? Come

participate in exciting activities for the elementary and middle school classrooms.

Beth Williams

Bedford County Schools, Bedford, Virginia

Bill Eggl

Bedford County Schools, Bedford, Virginia

E21 C (Richmond Convention Center) Capacity: 80

115. Mathematics Literacy for the Twenty-first Century: Questioning for Understanding

(3–8) Gallery Workshop SCSC

What does literacy look like in a twenty-first-century mathematics classroom? How do we know what students know unless we ask them? Participants will learn about literacy strategies in the mathematics classroom and questions to use in order to promote understanding.

Jackie F. Getgood

Spotsylvania County Schools, Fredericksburg, Virginia

Elyse Coleman

Spotsylvania County Schools, Spotsylvania, Virginia

E23 AB (Richmond Convention Center) Capacity: 110

2:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m.

129. Put Me In, Coach! I’m Ready to Solve: Teacher-Math Coach Partnership

(Pre-K–5) Session SC

Look into the intimate and honest relationship of a classroom teacher and math coach. Hear and see the effects this developing partnership has on the delivery of quality math instruction as well as on their professional and personal development.

Debora A. Southwell

Jefferson-Houston Elementary School, Alexandria, Virginia

Tracie Logan

Jefferson-Houston Elementary School, Alexandria, Virginia

E10 B (Richmond Convention Center) Capacity: 160

2:30 p.m. – 4:00 p.m.

144. Building Algebraic Thinking, Grades K–8

(Pre-K–8) Workshop SCSC

Participants will take part in hands-on activities to build their understanding of algebraic thinking. They will leave with activities to take back to their classrooms and schools.

Shannon Lee Manke

Pine Spring Elementary School, Falls Church, Virginia

Grand Ballroom Salon G/H (Marriott) Capacity: 70

146. The Estimation and Rounding of Whole Numbers

(3–5) Workshop SCSC

Find out different ways to encourage estimation in your grades 3–5 classrooms. We will also explore how to teach the rounding of whole numbers.

Nancy J. Spurrier

Spotsylvania County Public Schools, Spotsylvania, Virginia

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