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Attendee Registration for HCTM Annual Conference: Building Bridges to Student Success

Hawaii Council of Teachers of Mathematics

Saturday, February 18, 2017 from 8:30 AM to 3:30 PM (HST)

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Ticket Type Sales End Price Fee Quantity
HCTM Active Member Early Registration
Current active regular HCTM members for the 2016-17 school year please register using this category.
Ended $25.00 $0.00
HCTM Non-Member/Renewing Member Early Registration
Those who are not current active regular HCTM members for the 2016-17 school year (or those whose membership has lapsed) please register using this category. Membership in HCTM for the remainder of the school year is included in the registration fee.
Ended $40.00 $0.00
Student (HCTM Active Member) Early Registration
Current active student HCTM members for the 2016-17 school year please register using this category.
Ended $10.00 $0.00
Student (HCTM Non-Member/Renewing Member) Early Registration
Those who are not current active student HCTM members for the 2016-17 school year (or those whose membership has lapsed) please register using this category. Student membership in HCTM for the remainder of the school year is included in the registration fee.
Ended $17.50 $0.00
HCTM Active Member Regular Registration
Current active regular HCTM members for the 2016-17 school year please register using this category.
Feb 7, 2017 $35.00 $0.00
HCTM Non-Member/Renewing Member Regular Registration
Those who are not current active regular HCTM members for the 2016-17 school year (or those whose membership has lapsed) please register using this category. Membership in HCTM for the remainder of the school year is included in the registration fee.
Feb 7, 2017 $50.00 $0.00

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Join us for a day of professional development, camaraderie, and fellowship at the Hawaii Council of Teachers of Mathematics' annual conference!  Find out about the Common Core State Standards along with strategies for instruction and assessment and ideas for new activities, incorporating technology, and enhancing student understanding.

Keynote speaker:  Dr. Linda Furuto  

Hōkūle‘a, our Star of Gladness, began as a vision of reviving the legacy of exploration, courage, and vision that brought the first Polynesians to the Hawaiian archipelago. The mission of the current 2013–2017 Mālama Honua Worldwide Voyage is to care for island earth, by bridging ancient and modern wisdom for a more sustainable world.  Hōkūle‘a is a vehicle to explore research, theory, and praxis, including equitable, high quality mathematics education that serves to re-empower diverse populations through experiential, real-world applications. Ethnomathematics is a tool to foster an ongoing process of navigating and wayfinding by strengthening student pathways through multiple approaches to learning mathematics, and providing a framework for sustainable campus-community networks.

  This year's conference will feature several presentation formats:

  • Opening keynote session 
  • Two one-hour workshops (topics for grades K - 12)
  • Panel Discussion with Hawaii leaders in business, health care, and technology fields
  • Poster displays and mini-sessions featuring Hawaii teachers showcasing their student work for a particular project, activity or assignment
  • Exhibitors
  • Door prizes in Wrap-up Session

 

                                        Additional Speakers 

Elementary Sessions

  • Creating a Playful Atmosphere by Utilizing the SMP's Effectively

Jessica

Bobo

  • Mindset Mathematics for Struggling Learners (K-5)

Jana

Fukada

  • Classroom Math and Parent's Night

Shari

Kaneshiro

  • Quick Routines to Build Number Sense

Gerrainne

Kutaka

  • Making Sense of Symbols with Big Books (K-2)

Julie

Lum

  • Math Fluency the Easy Breezy Way

Randy

Palisoc

  • Developing an Understanding of the Number Line Through Measurement Concepts

Seanyelle

Yagi

  • Ethnomathematics and STEM Institute - Elementary Strand

Antonia

Monkoski-Takamure

  • Your Textbook is More Than an Archive: A Session for Early Career Teachers

Linda

Venenciano

 

Middle/High School Sessions

  • Math Transitions from the Hawaii Department of Education to the University of Hawaii System

Dan

Doerger

  • “Desmos-ify” your Algebra 1 lessons to increase student engagement

Dewey

Gottlieb

  • Ethnomathematics and STEM Institute - High School/College Strand

Kaipo

Tam

  • Using Optimization Problems Across the Curriculum

Michelle

Manes

  • Ethnomathematics and STEM Institute - Middle School Strand

Janel

Marr 

  • Fostering Optimum Learning Behaviors in Diverse Classrooms

Liz

Anderson

  • Using DESMOS to Promote Active Learning

Catherine

Walker

General Interest Sessions 

  • Technology in the Math Classroom

Corey

Colosky

  • Teaching Coding for the Non-Coding Teacher

Douglas

Kiang

  • My grandma can show you at least three different ways to represent a linear relationship

Charmaine

Mangram

  • GenCyber - Bringing Technology and Cybersecurity into the Classroom

Kara

Nance

  • Instant Relevance, Using Today's Experiences to Teach Tomorrow's Lessons

Denis

Sheeran

 

Panel discussion with

  • Christine Lanning, CEO, Integrated Security Technologies
  • Todd Nacapuay, Chief Information Officer, State of Hawaii
  • Ray Ono, retired Vice Chairman and Chief Banking Office, First Hawaiian Bank
  • Mark Yamakawa, President and CEO, Hawaii Dental Service 

 

Conference Schedule:

   7:30 - 8:20  Registration/Continental Breakfast

   8:20 - 8:30  Welcome

   8:30 - 9:20  Keynote - Dr. Linda Furuto

   9:30 - 10:25 Breakout Session #1

  10:35 - 11:35  Panel Session

  11:35 -  12:35  Lunch/Exhibits

  12:45 - 1:35  Poster Session

  1:45  -  2:35 Breakout Session #2

  2:40 Door Prizes and Closing

        

Come celebrate the joy of teaching mathematics in Hawai’i!   Come prepared for fun, prizes, and, of course, lots of ideas that you can use in your classroom next week!

 

     

 

Have questions about Attendee Registration for HCTM Annual Conference: Building Bridges to Student Success? Contact Hawaii Council of Teachers of Mathematics

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Waipahu High School
94-1211 Farrington Highway
Waipahu, HI 96797

Saturday, February 18, 2017 from 8:30 AM to 3:30 PM (HST)


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Hawaii Council of Teachers of Mathematics

The purposes of this organization shall be: (1) To provide teachers with opportunities for the exchange of ideas and materials regarding instruction in mathematics; (2) to further the cooperative study of ideas relating to the teaching of mathematics at the elementary, secondary, and college levels; (3) to foster more effective mathematics teaching at all levels of instruction in the schools of Hawaii by offering meetings and workshops of the types not available through other organizations and institutions in Hawaii; (4) to provide a medium for liaison with the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics.

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