2015 Oconomowoc MPES Conference Handouts

Wednesday Sessions

Wednesday AM Keynote
  • Teaching Matters: Actions for Attaining High Leverage Teaching in Every Mathematics Classroom (Grades K-12) Slides and Handouts by DeAnn Huinker, UW Milwaukee

Wednesday AM Breakout Sessions

  • Scaffolding Thinking: Putting Students' Visual Representations to Work (Grades K-2) Slides and Handouts by Beth Schefelker, School District of South Milwaukee & Melissa Hedges, Mathematics Education Consultant
  • Increase Mathematical Proficiency Using Problem Solving (Grades 3-5) Slides and Handouts by Michelle Butturini, Reedsville School District
  • Engaging Students in Productive Struggle through Meaty Tasks (Grades 6-8) by Pamela Quirk & Kimberly Crosby, Muskego-Norway School District
  • Exploring the Principles to Actions Effective Mathematics Teaching Practices in High School (Grades 9-12) Slides and Handouts by Michael Steele, UW-Milwaukee

 Wednesday Lunch Session

Wednesday PM Breakout Sessions


Thursday Sessions

Thursday AM Keynote

Thursday AM Breakout Sessions
  • Promoting Productive Discourse - Making Thinking Public (Grades K-5) by Karen Reiss, Mathematics Education Consultant
  • Productive Struggle and Problem Solving (Grades 3-5) by Heather Siedschlag, Marshall Elementary School

  • Project-Based Mathematics in the Middle School (Grades 6-8) by Maggie McHugh, La Crosse Design Institute

  • Developing Mathematical Understanding (Grades 6-12) by Becky Walker, CESA 7
Thursday PM Keynote
  • Transforming the Role of the Math Learner (Grades PK-12) by Jim McLure, Professional Development Specialist, and Jean Garrity, Associate Director, Institute for Personalized Learning, CESA 1, Pewaukee, WI


Thursday PM Breakout Sessions


2015 Green Bay MPES Conference Handouts

Wednesday Sessions

Wednesday AM Keynote
  • Matters: Actions for Attaining High Leverage Teaching in Every Mathematics Classroom (Grades K-12) Slides and Handouts & Belief Cards by DeAnn Huinker, UW Milwaukee

Wednesday AM Breakout Sessions

  • Scaffolding Thinking: Putting Students' Visual Representations to Work (Grades K-2) Slides and Handouts by Beth Schefelker, School District of South Milwaukee & Melissa Hedges, Mathematics Education Consultant
  • Building Conceptual Understanding and Procedural Fluency by Embedding the Standards for Mathematical Practice (Grades 3-5) Slides and Handouts by Jenni McCool & Jennifer Kosiak, UW-La Crosse
  • High Cognitive Demand Tasks: What is the Teacher’s Role? (Grades 6-8) by Sara Brown, Paige Richards & Jeff Ziegler, Brookhill Institute of Mathematics
  • Exploring the Principles to Actions Effective Mathematics Teaching Practices in High School (Grades 9-12) by Michael Steele, UW-Milwaukee

 Wednesday Lunch Session


Wednesday PM Breakout Sessions
  • Promoting Productive Discourse – Making Thinking Public (Grades K-5) by Karen Reiss, Mathematics Education Consultant 
  • Developing Conceptual Understanding of Geometric Measurement (Grades 6-8) by Matt Chedister, UW-La Crosse 
  • Implementing Formative Assessment Strategies to Elicit Student Thinking (Grades 9-12) by Tammy Moynihan & Candis Holtz, Oconto Falls High School 


Thursday Sessions

Thursday AM Keynote

Thursday AM Breakout Sessions
  • Supporting Productive Struggle in the Early Grades(Grades K-2) Slides and Handouts by Jenni McCool & Jennifer Kosiak, UW-La Crosse 
  • Increase Mathematical Proficiency Using Problem Solving (Grades 3-5) by Michelle Butturni, Reedsville School District

  • Project-based Learning in Mathematics (Grades 6-8) by Marie Kubichek, Edison Middle School

  • Developing Mathematical Understanding (Grades 9-12) by Becky Walker, CESA 7
Thursday PM Keynote
  • Transforming the Role of the Math Learner (Grades PK-12) by Jim McLure, Professional Development Specialist, and Jean Garrity, Associate Director, Institute for Personalized Learning, CESA 1, Pewaukee, WI


Thursday PM Breakout Sessions

  • Personalizing Primary (Grades K-2) by Heather Kollmansberger, Kate Strebig and Katy Dittman, Tonawanda Elementary School
  • Using Math Workshop to Personalize Learning (Grades 3-5) by Kate Sommerville, Swanson Elementary School
  • Math and Personalized Learning at the Middle School Level (Grades 6-8) by Ryan Green, Wisconsin Hills Middle School
  • Personalized Learning in Secondary Mathematics (Grades 9-12) by Suzanne Riesen, Brookfield Central High School

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