2023 Annual Conference
March 17 - 18, 2023; George Mason University
Conference Theme: Reimagining Mathematics
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for information about special registration rates for a group of 20 or more.
We are now accepting proposals to speak at the 2023 Annual Conference. We welcome proposals that address the theme and one of the conference strands: Culturally Responsive Teaching, Data Science, Thinking Classrooms, and Focus Group Cohorts.
We are offering two session types for this conference:
Tabletop sessions will be set-up throughout the day of the conference. During a designated time, presenters will be invited to stand by their poster and share their information with conference attendees in a more informal and conversational style. This is the perfect type for someone who may be new to presenting at a large conference and wants to experience what it is like. It is also a great way to share research, innovative teaching strategies, or some great teaching suggestions that may not otherwise fill a 60-minute session.
Proposals for traditional sessions are being accepted until October 10, 2022.
Proposals for tabletop sessions will be accepted until December 17, 2022.
Culturally Responsive Teaching
Topics could include equitable practices in math, collaboration, increasing student voice, math routines, etc.
Topics could include tips for teaching a course in data science, incorporating data science into other courses, use of technology for data analysis, etc.
Topics could include problem solving, math teaching practices, rich tasks, productive struggle, etc.
Focus Group Cohorts
These sessions are designed to network participants around a common interest. Participants will begin learning at the conference and continue to meet as a small cohort throughout the year. Just about any topic can be chosen for a focus group cohort.