Joining our list of featured speakers at this year's conference is Colorado's own Geoff Krall.
Geoff has no trouble attracting a packed house for his sessions at the NCTM Annual Meeting, and for good reason -- his presentations are fun, informative, and full of useful ideas. Geoff is a Math and School Development Coach for the New Tech Network, where he helped pioneer Problem-Based Learning in the network and supported it so that is now New Tech's primary pedagogical approach. He lives in Fort Collins with his wife, two children, two cats, and two chickens. Geoff is writing a book for Stenhouse Publishers, and you can keep up with his other writings on his blog, emergentmath.com.
Geoff will be the final featured speaker on Friday, where he'll talk about using student artifacts as data. You can see him and all the other featured speakers at this year's conference, but first you need to register -- so do it today if you haven't already!