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New Teacher Strand

2014 Annual Meeting 590 

In Your First Years of Teaching or Getting Ready to Teach?

New Teacher Strand Icon 2013  Annual Meeting New Teacher Strand
Thursday, April 10, and Friday, April 11
 

Wondering how to manage your classroom, work with parents, find engaging lessons, and handle homework—all while keeping your sanity? You’re not alone. The New Teacher Strand is a must for anyone in the first few years of teaching or getting ready to teach. Get answers to pivotal questions and concerns of new and soon-to-be teachers. Don’t miss the Kickoff session on Thursday and a full day of workshops and sessions on Friday.


Learn More about the New Teacher Strand

Kickoff Workshop 

New Teacher Presentations  

Closing Celebration 


 


Kickoff Workshop

Don't miss the Kickoff session to build a foundation for your learning experience on Friday.

New Teacher Workshop and Kickoff – Session 255
David Barnes, NCTM
Thursday, April 10, 2:45 p.m.–4:00 p.m., R04 (Convention Center)

Do you have questions on how to make it all work? Together we have answers and ideas on management, parents, homework, keeping your sanity, and more. Join others still in school, just starting, in their early career, or looking for help. Receive gifts, prizes, and good ideas.

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New Teacher Presentations

Get answers to pivotal questions and concerns of new and soon-to-be teachers. Here are a few of the presentations you can benefit from:

Common Core: A Teacher’s Catalyst for Change – Session 385
Mona Toncheff, NCSM Regional Director Western Region 1 and PUHSD, Phoenix, AZ, and Timothy D. Kanold, Loyola University, Chicago, IL
Friday, April 11, 12:30 p.m.-1:30 p.m., R03 (Convention Center)     

Early-career teachers (and veterans) will engage in activities contrasting “typical” and “visionary” math instruction using these four practices: student engaged learning, formative assessment, meaningful tasks, and effective grading processes. The challenge of implementing CCSSM is the catalyst for you to make your instruction visionary.

Engaging the Struggling Learner—Technology Can Help! – Session 533
Carolyn Briles, Loudon County Public Schools, Ashburn, VA, and Connie S. Schrock, Emporia State University, Emporia, KS
Friday, April 11, 3:30 p.m.-4:30 p.m., R04 (Convention Center)

Today's students are captivated by video and TV yet remain concrete learners. Technology capitalizes on both of these facts. Learn how to capture student interest with videos and then deepen conceptual understanding with virtual manipulatives. Lessons are aligned with the Common Core State Standards for Mathematics (CCSSM) and the CCSSM Standards for Mathematical Practice. Keep your students motivated and engaged!

What’s the Problem? Developing Effective Problem Solvers – Session 323
Cory A. Bennett, Idaho State University, Pocatello, ID
Friday, April 11, 9:45 a.m.-11:00 a.m., R08 (Convention Center)

Developing reasoning through problem solving is critical to helping students become proficient mathematicians and creative thinkers with deep conceptual understandings across mathematics. This presentation will focus on strategies to help develop effective problem solvers through hands-on explorations and identify characteristics of rich tasks.

 

Visit the Online Conference Planner to see more presentations dedicated to new teachers.

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Closing Celebration

Join us on Friday afternoon to wrap up your New Teacher Strand experience.

New Teacher Celebration – Session 565
Friday, April 11, 4:45 p.m.–5:30 p.m., 221/222 (Convention Center)

Celebrate the progress and possibilities as we look for new and early-career teachers and for students working to enter this exciting profession. Learn a little, laugh more, and win wonderful prizes. Come celebrate with us. You are the future.

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