Spring 2023 HCTM Mini Conference

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Spring 2023 HCTM Mini Conference

The Hawaii Council of Teachers of Mathematics will be hosting it's first in-person mini-conference in several years on Saturday, April 1!

By Hawaii Council of Teachers of Mathematics

When and where

Date and time

Saturday, April 1 · 8am - 12pm HST


Moanalua Middle School 1289 Mahiole Street Honolulu, HI 96819

Refund Policy

No Refunds

About this event

  • 4 hours
  • Mobile eTicket

The Hawaii Council of Teachers of Mathematics invites you to its first in-person mini-conference in several years.

The conference will be held on the Moanalua Middle School campus on Saturday, April 1, from 8:00 am until noon, and will feature a wide range of presenters at all levels.

  • Using Brain Teasers to Engage Students in the Math Classroom (Laurie James, UHWO)
  • From Intimidation & Hesitation to Exploration & Intuition (Dr. Travis Mukina, Chaminade University)
  • Smarter Balanced: Math Claims and Targets (Jason Nagaoka, Moanalua High School)
  • Using (Digital) Marble Runs to Deepen Understanding (Jay Chow, Desmos)
  • Using Our State Assessment Calculators For Learning (Yannabah Weiss, Waiakea High School)
  • Inviting Student Creativity through Open Questions (Yannabah Weiss, Waiakea High School)
  • Academic Language in the Mathematics Classroom (Patricia Ishihara and Shaun Kaanoi, Office of Curriculum and Instructional Design)
  • Nurturing Identity and Agency in Secondary Mathematics (Dewey Gottlieb, HIDOE Assessment Section)
  • Think Outside the Bot: Robots and Math (University of Hawaii at Manoa teacher candidates)
  • Creating an Optimal Learning Environment in Your Classrooms (Alicia Nakamitsu and Alison Nakamatsu, Leilehua-Mililani-Waialua Complex Area)
  • Fluency...What It's Not (a focus on Addition and Subtraction) (Phyllis Nakama-Kawamoto, Executive Office on Early Learning)
  • Routines for Mathematical Thinking and Engagement (K-5) (Stacie Kaichi-Imamura, Windward District Office)
  • Productive Math Struggle (Janel Marr, Kailua-Kalaheo Complex Area)

Join us for an invigorating and inspiring morning of networking and professional development!

About the organizer

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.

$10 – $35