Full Conference Program Available!


The full program for this year's CCTM Annual Conference has been posted! In addition to Andrew Stadel's keynote and the closing session, the schedule on Friday, August 3 includes five hours' worth of presentations and workshops prepared by teachers, vendors, math specialists, and others who will travel from across the state and the country.

The morning program includes:

  • NCTM President Dr. Robert Berry, who will talk about NCTM's new publication, Catalyzing Change
  • Back-to-back sessions by University of Denver elementary math ed superstars, Douglas Clements and Julie Sarama
  • A session by Tom Reardon focused on using technology to model opioid deaths
  • Sharing strategies to engage families and the community, presented by our workshop leader Dr. Julia Aguirre
  • Multiple sessions by presenters from PEBC, including a double-length session focused on intuition in problem solving

The afternoon program includes:

  • Engaging students with Rubik's Cubes, led by Dan Van der Vieren
  • Erin-Rose Schneider and Kim Bunning of East Grand sharing about Algebra Tiles
  • A look at the latest math sims from CU Boulder's PhET project
  • Using language routines to support all learners, led by CCTM President Joanie Funderburk

In addition, there will be a total of four sessions focused on Colorado's recently revised academic standards for mathematics, each tailored to a particular grade band. Take a moment to read the session descriptions for yourself and take some notes - there will be plenty to see on August 3, so register now!