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We are excited to have
the Northwest Mathematics Conference
return to the Red Lion on the River
in Portland, Oregon on October 12th – 14th 2017.
 
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100+ presentations on mathematics teaching, including topics such as Common Core Standards and Mathematical Practices, technology, differentiation, assessment and much more.
Special sessions designed for administrators and their teacher teams (PLCs)
Over 75+ exhibitors with the latest products and resources, including new technology

Keynote Speakers:

Dan Meyer, presenter of TED Talk “Math Class Needs a Makeover” and Chief Academic Officer of Desmos
Fawn Nguyen, math teacher, presenter,  curriculum writer and author of several online curricular resources, including visualpatterns.org and mathtalks.net

Nationally Known Speakers:

Catherine Twomey Fosnot: Founding Director of Mathematics in the City and  is the lead author of the Contexts for Learning Mathematics series as well as the Young Mathematicians at Work series.
Annie Fetter:
Math educator with the Math Forum at NCTM.
Graham Fletcher:
Classroom teacher, math coach, district math specialist with a passion for conceptual understanding through problem-based lessons.
Robert Kaplinsky:
Trainer of mathematics educators who want their students to be better problem solvers.
Chris Shore:
High school math teacher, coach, presenter and trainer, and author and editor of The Math Projects Journal.
Andrew Stadel:
Creator of estimation180.com, math teacher, coach and consultant.
Kim Sutton:
Teacher, math specialist, consultant and author of 15 books including Dazzling Dominoes.

Important Information:

Pre-registration for OCTM or other math association members is only $185 ($210 for non-members). One box lunch is included with early registration (for Friday).


David Purdy, Co-chair        purdyd@canby.k12.or.us
Jennifer Bell, Co-chair        j.johnson.bell@gmail.com
Stephanie Blair, Co-chair    stephanie.r.blair@gmail.com
Marilyn Harlow, Program   msharlowmath@gmail.com

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Those who have submitted proposals will hear early May whether or not we were able to schedule their presentation.

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