NCSM Conference Brochure 2023

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3 Washington, D.C. President’s Message 4 Conference Planning Committee 5 Welcome 6 Program Proposal Reviewers 8 On-site Program Committee 9 Local Arrangements Committee 9 Conference Strands 10 General Conference Information Emergency Information 13 Fire Code 13 Taping, Recording, or Photographing Sessions 13 Sponsor Showcases 14 Lost and Found 14 Ticketed Functions 14 NCSM Membership Booth 14 Conference App 14 Conference Badges and Bags 14 Major, Spotlight, & Closing Speakers 15 Conference Overview and Schedule 16 Conference Sponsors 56 List of Exhibitors 56 Hotel Floor Plan 57 Exhibitor Floor Plan 57 Conference Program Summary Saturday 19 Sunday 20 Monday 31 Tuesday 41 Conference Full Program Details Sunday 23 Monday 33 Tuesday 43 About NCSM NCSM Mission & Vision 49 NCSM Presidents 50 NCSM Board Members 51 NCSM Initiative Committees 53 NCSM Governance Committees 54 NCSM Grants, Awards, and Certificates 58 Registration Hours NCSM Registration hours open at the following times: Saturday, October 28 2:00 pm–6:30 pm Sunday, October 29 7:00 am–5:00 pm Monday, October 30 7:00 am–5:00 pm Tuesday, October 31 7:30 am–10:30 am TABLE OF CONTENTS

4 55th NCSM Annual Conference Dear Colleagues, Welcome to Washington, DC, and the 55th NCSM Annual Conference! Our theme this year is “Windows and Mirrors: Stories of Bold Math Leadership,” which brings me back to my academic roots of how teachers construct their knowledge through narrative ways of knowing. We are humans. Teaching and learning is a human endeavor. And when humans interact, we make sense of our experiences through stories. We organize these stories in our minds, we share what we learned by telling our stories, and we learn from listening to others’ stories. And that’s why I’m so excited that we are honoring storytelling at this year’s conference! On behalf of the NCSM Board of Directors and the Washington, DC, Conference Committee, it is my pleasure to welcome you to the American capital city. We are grateful you have joined us in your commitment to bold mathematics leadership. Your presence at our 55th Annual Conference enriches us all as you join colleagues in learning from top-tier national and international speakers, build your professional network, and collaborate as we move forward our shared ideas of powerful mathematics teaching and learning for each and every student. We’ve curated a set of more than 200 sessions focused on the following four conference strands which should provide you with a meaningful experience tailored to your needs. • Stories of Advocacy • Stories of Empowerment • Stories of Redesigning Mathematics Instruction • Stories Yet To Be Told Please read the information that is included within this program book to enhance your conference experience. You may also use the NCSM conference app for the most up-to-date information during the conference. Don’t forget to review the valuable information and enjoy the goodies included in your conference bag! In addition to the many sessions, we have included dedicated time in our exhibit hall for you to network with other conference attendees and our sponsors. Thank you to our speakers! You are the people whose work we read, whose stories we follow on social media, and who are doing the work in your schools, districts, and organizations that help us all move closer to realizing our goals and visions. You are the storytellers from whom we are gathered together to learn. Thank you to our sponsors, exhibitors, and other partners. Your willingness to contribute your money, time, and resources toward our conference makes it possible for us to gather together and keep registration costs down. The ideas and resources that you make available to mathematics educators and mathematics leaders make it possible for us to get the work done here and for our members to get it done back home. Thank you to our members and attendees for bringing your expertise to our annual meeting and joining us for a memorable experience. NCSM is the premier mathematics leadership organization because of you. Together, we have the vision, the knowledge, and the experience to pave our way into the future. Sincerely, Paul Gray NCSM President PRESIDENT’S MESSAGE 2023

5 Washington, D.C. 2022–2023 CONFERENCE PLANNING COMMITTEE Karen Spalding Conference Coordinator Katey Arrington President Elect Jenny Novak Volunteer Chair Brea Ratliff Sponsor Liaison Georgina Rivera Program Chair Sheila Holt Sponsor Liaison Paul Gray President Rebecca Angus Marketing Chair Natevidad Casas Social Media Chair Karen Riley-Jeffers Local Arrangements Chair Kim Gill Executive Director Mary Fitzgerald Conference Director Nerissa Magnuson Senior Conference Planner Kelly Torres Membership Manager Grace Anne McKay Incoming Conference Coordinator

6 55th NCSM Annual Conference Dear NCSM Family, Welcome to Washington, DC, and the 55th NCSM Annual Conference! The theme of this year’s conference is Windows and Mirrors: Stories of Bold Math Leadership. These three days promise to be an exciting learning experience, offering an opportunity to take advantage of over 200 sessions and events. I am so grateful you choose to spend your time with the NCSM community as we learn from one another. My hope for this conference is for you to take one thing from a session or colleague and implement it in order to ensure equitable outcomes for each and every learner. Below you will find a few of the many events you can attempt in order to meet that challenge! Each day of the conference you can network and ask leaders questions at the Leadership Exchange. The Leadership Exchange will happen in the Exhibit Hall where you can meet some of the presenters and ask them follow up questions regarding their presentations. I love attending the Leadership Exchange because it gives me a chance to meet the presenters and also discuss math leadership with them. Check your program each day for the exchanges that will be happening. We are having a very special event on Sunday Night called Uncovering Stories sponsored by OpenUp Resources. During this two hour reception you will enjoy food, beverages, and hear four compelling math leadership stories. This is the first annual storytelling event for NCSM, and we are very excited to uncover the stories of emerging leaders that will definitely inspire us to be BOLD math leaders. Finally, for the first time we will have a brunch and closing keynote on Tuesday. You will not want to miss Ken Williams as he brings heart, humor, and hammer to the NCSM stage and knocks all the ambiguity out of the word equity. He will be sharing critical ideas that will help to ensure equity for each and every learner within a culture of belonging. Be sure you stay all the way until the end for a special surprise at the closing! In closing, I want to thank all conference committee members, conference volunteers, on-site committee, NCSM office, proposal reviewers, speakers, the hotel staff, and all the attendees for being part of this special journey. A very special thank you to our sponsors for breakfasts, snacks, lunches, receptions, and their continued support of NCSM. The conference committee is grateful to all those whose interest and efforts help make the conference a rewarding experience for all those in attendance. May this conference be a window into new ideas and a mirror where you have seen your practices reflected in order to create equitable outcomes and inspire BOLD math leaders to keep sharing your story. In community, Georgina Rivera NCSM Vice President Program Chair WELCOME TO WASHINGTON DC AND THE 55TH NCSM ANNUAL CONFERENCE

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8 55th NCSM Annual Conference Georgina Rivera, Program Chair, West Hartford, CT Sherri Abel, Mauldine, SC Serena Alderson, Southfield, MI Rebecca Angus, Oconto Falls, WI Linda Antinone, Fort Worth, TX Katey Arrington, Austin, TX Seyedehkhadijeh Azimi Asmaroud, Petersburg, VA Pat Baltzley, Gardiner, MT Marty Beck, Bettendorf, IA Sheila Berlinger, North Potomac, MD Denise Bogart, Columbia, MD Robin Blair, Pelham, AL Deanna Brajcich, Victoria, BC Gloria Brown Brooks, Phoenix, AZ Kimberly Burch, Prosper, TX Melissa Campbell, Fort Payne, AL Judy Carlisle Dunmire, Bentonville, AR Natevidad Casas, Frisco, TX Jenny Cheng, Pleasant Hill, CA Cindy Cliche, Murfreesboro, TN Heather Crawford-Ferre, Reno, NV Kristine Cunningham, Phoenix, AZ Joy D’Andrea, Harrison, NY Ronni David, Plainview, NY Mary Davis, Austin, TX Maria Everett, Bogue, NC Marj Farris, La Crete, AB Adam Fletcher, Bethany, WV Astrid Fossum, Milwaukee, WI Sara Frisbie, Topeka, KS Tara Fulton, Yuma, AZ Lindsey Gatfield, Mission Viejo, CA Jane Gaun, Flagstaff, AZ Jason Gauthier, Allegan, MI Michael Greenlee, Austin, TX Barbara Griffin, Las Vegas, NV Megan Grothman, Tempe, AZ Jody Guarino, San Clemente, CA Stephanie Jacques, Escondido, CA Catherine Jones, Wetumpka, AL Kara Jones, Bristol, CT Kimberly Jones, Richardson, TX Jenny Jorgensen, West Bath, Grace Kelemanik, Natick, MA Latrenda Knighten, Baton Rouge, LA Karin Lange, Moore, OK Kathlan Latimer, Suisun City, CA Suzanne Libfeld, Yorktown Heights, NY Amy Lucenta, Natick, MA Asia Majeed, Toronto, ON, Canada Josh Males, Lincoln, NE Sherri Martinie, Manhattan, KS Kelly McGuffin, Avondale, PA Ebony McKinney, Phoenix, AZ Brenda Mesa, Benbrook, TX Kimberly Morrow-Leong, Fairfax, VA Laura Myers, Atlanta, GA Sean Nank, San Diego, CA Tiffany Nealy, Jonesburrough, GA Abby Neumeyer, Somerville, MA Anne Marie Nicoll-Turner, Ann Arbor, MI Edward Nolan, Bethlehem, PA Janet Nuzzie, Pasadena, TX Susan O’Connell, Millersville MD Andria Olson, Rosenberg, TX Jennifer Ontko, Prince Frederick, MD Jackie Palmquist, Aurora, IL Chasity Parker, Florence, AL Melissa Pearson, West Windsor, NJ Shelly Pine, Manassas, VA Colleen Pollitt, Ellicott City, MD Vinnie Prasad, Marietta, GA Sandhya Raman, San Jose, CA Kathleen Rieke, Zionsville, IN Karen Riley Jeffers, Bowie, MD Joanna Sabatino, Rockville, MD Connie Schrock, Emporia, KS Denise Schulz, Rochester, NY Megan Shaughnessy, Boston, MA Ian Shenk, North Chesterfield, VA Jeanne Simpson, Decatur, AL Denise Smith, Dauphin, MB Nancy Smith, Lancaster, CA Nicole Stommel, Zion, IL Thomas Stricklin, Seattle, WA Robyn Tedesco, Monroe, CT Brad Thornburgh, Ithaca, MI Mona Toncheff, Phoenix, AZ Shawn Towle, Portland, ME Cassandra Turner, Fort Collins, CO Anne Wallace, Harrisonburg, VA Crystal Watson, Cincinnati, OH Shellee Wong, Smyrna, DE Andrea Wood, Moore, OK 2023 PROGRAM PROPOSAL REVIEWERS

9 Washington, D.C. Pat Baltzley, Gardiner, MT Bill Barnes, Ellicott City, MD Maria Everett, Newport, NC TJ Jemison, Burlington, VT Kara Jones, Bristol, CT Mary Kate McGarvie, Annapolis, MD Sue O’Connell, Millersville, MD Jackie Palmquist, Naperville, IL Sandhya Raman, San Jose, CA Stacy Shaener, Annapolis, MD Cheryl Wallace, Crofton, MD Shellee Wong, Smyrna, DE Karen Riley Jeffers, Chair, Bowie, MD Jodi Albers, Wilmington, DE Sara Birkhead, Reston, VA Jaclyn Claiborne, Baltimore, MD Ruth Goldstraw, Glen Burnie, MD Donicka Herod, New Carrollton, MD Dr. Yankey Kwesi, Lawrenceville, GA Abida Muhammed, Columbia, MD Mayumi Otsuki, Encinitas, CA Denise Porch, Union Grove, AL James Russ, Accokeek, MD John Seelke, Silver Spring, MD Lindsay Sweetser, Alexandria, VA Marcia Sun, Bethesda, MD Regina Walters, Bowie, MD 2023 ON-SITE PROGRAM COMMITTEE 2023 LOCAL ARRANGEMENTS AND REGIONAL SUPPORT COMMITTEE Shannon Ziemer, Odenton, MD

10 55th NCSM Annual Conference Stories of Advocacy: Proposals in this strand will focus on the development of mathematics leaders as change agents (at the classroom, building/site, district, or state/provincial level) focused on defining and developing a shared vision for high-quality mathematics teaching and learning. This strand focuses on curriculum and instructional design, assessment, and organizational structures as well as managing change across stakeholder groups. Stories of Empowerment: Proposals in this strand will focus on the empowerment of students, teacher leaders, coaches, and families to support equitable student outcomes for each and every learner. Stories of empowerment are focused on equitable mathematics practices and building student identity, agency, and efficacy. Stories of Redesigning Mathematics Instruction: Proposals in this strand will focus on the ways BOLD math leaders have reimagined mathematics classrooms to design mathematics instruction focused on students and their culture. This could include instructional practices, task selection, classroom community, or systemic changes that have emerged that have resulted in greater student outcomes for students and their families. Stories Yet to be Told: Proposals in this strand are focused on innovative new ideas from students, teachers, families, or research that you have implemented in your work. This strand is focused on bold mathematics leaders who have utilized research from other areas and applied it to mathematics to create equitable student outcomes. 2023 CONFERENCE STRANDS

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12 55th NCSM Annual Conference GENERAL INFORMATION NCSM Event Code of Conduct NCSM: Leadership in Mathematics Education is committed to providing a safe, productive, and welcoming environment for all meeting participants and NCSM staff. All participants, including, but not limited to, speakers, volunteers, staff members, exhibitors, sponsors, or other meeting guests are expected to abide by this Code of Conduct. This Code of Conduct applies to all NCSM events. This Code of Conduct outlines NCSM’s expectations for participant behavior, as well as the consequences for unacceptable behavior. NCSM promotes continual learning in an inclusive environment. All participants are expected to treat others with respect and consideration, follow venue rules, and to alert staff to any violations of this Code of Conduct, dangerous situations, or any participant in distress. By participating in NCSM events, you agree that you have read and will follow these rules and guidelines. In order to preserve an environment that encourages both civil and fruitful dialogue, we reserve the right to suspend or terminate attendance for anyone who violates these guidelines. • All communication at NCSM events should be appropriate for a professional audience, including people of many different backgrounds regardless of gender, gender identity and expression, age, sexual orientation, disability, physical appearance, body size, race, ethnicity, or religion. • NCSM health and safety policies must be followed to obtain safe entry to NCSM events. • All participants are expected to maintain a professional and civil discourse throughout the event space. • Verbal harassment or other abuse of any participant, speaker, volunteer, staff member, exhibitor, sponsor, service provider, or other meeting guest is unacceptable. • Unwarranted disruption of sessions, events, or any activity that takes place is prohibited. • NCSM reserves the right to remove any promotional communications that have not been preapproved by NCSM. Event Health and Safety Policy NCSM values our members and conference attendees and your health and safety is our top priority when we plan for our conference and other professional learning events. NCSM follows the guidance and expectations of the local health department and will update our expectations to align with theirs if conditions arise. We do not plan to require proof of vaccination or a negative COVID-19 test as a condition of attendance for the NCSM Annual Conference. If you have COVID symptoms or test positive for COVID, please contact the NCSM Office to discuss refund options. As host, NCSM strongly encourages all participants at NCSM events whether a presenter, attendee, exhibitor, staff, guest, or vendor to be fully vaccinated. NCSM strongly encourages individuals to be tested for COVID prior to traveling to the conference. Individuals who test positive should stay home and cancel your registration. If you are on-site and test positive for COVID-19, please contact NCSM staff by Dress Code Appropriate dress for the NCSM Annual Conference is business casual, including October 31.

13 Washington, D.C. Gender-Neutral Restrooms and Family Space In order to provide a safe and inclusive environment for all of our attendees, there are gender-neutral restrooms, which will be identified with signage. Your comfort, well-being, and safety are important to us, and we are committed to creating a welcoming environment where everyone feels respected and valued. Your family’s well-being is important to us, so we are offering a family space where you can attend to your family’s needs in a comfortable and quiet setting. We understand the importance of family and work-life integration and hope this dedicated, comfortable area allows you to be part of the conference experience while still taking care of your family’s needs. Please visit the NCSM Registration Desk in Potomac Foyer to check-in/out a key to access this space. Emergency Information Call 911 for any medical emergencies. Fire Code Fire Code regulations apply to all conference session rooms. Sessions will be closed when seating capacity is reached. Video and Audio Recording or Photographing Sessions Written permission to video record, audio record, or photograph sessions must be obtained directly from the speaker(s) before the session begins. The request must contain a statement indicating the intended use of such a video or audio recording, or photograph as well as your name and contact information. A copy of the request should be given to the lead speaker. Four Reasons to Join NCSM NCSM: Leadership in Mathematics Education is a mathematics leadership organization for educational leaders that provides professional learning opportunities necessary to support and sustain improved student achievement. When you become an NCSM member, you join a network of leaders in mathematics education from around the United States, Canada, and abroad, which works to ensure every student in every classroom has access to effective mathematics teachers, relevant curricula, culturally responsive pedagogy, and current technology. 1. Find Community and Belonging! We are dedicated to connecting and creating a space for math leaders that hold any leadership title to connect with one another, learn and also grow as leaders. Our goal is to help members find belonging by learning about the needs of our members and listening to their voices as we design events. 2. Keep Current in Mathematics Leadership Best Practices! As a member you will have access to our Position Papers, math research articles, professional learning events, Inspiration Articles, NCSM Podcast, and many more resources available to members on our website in order to grow your math leadership skills. 3. Share Your Voice! As a member we look to you to share feedback, present at our conferences, be guests on our podcast, write articles, review proposals, and help with our conferences. Those all will give you opportunities to share your voice. 4. Save Money! NCSM members get discounted rates on all professional learning events, access to the Marshall Memo, free leadership resources on our website, and monthly emails with links to resources and ideas. If you are interested in learning more about our membership please visit membership/.

14 55th NCSM Annual Conference Conference App The Conference App will be available to all attendees at the 2023 Annual Conference. This App will give you the ability to have the entire program available at your fingertips electronically on your cell phone, iPad, tablet, or computer. It will also allow you to plan and schedule your sessions and take notes in the App. Look for details in your “know before you go” email and onsite signage. Important: Visit the conference app for an up-to-date schedule and last minute changes. Sponsored by: Conference Badges, Lanyards, and Bags 2023 Annual Conference name badges must be worn by attendees for admittance to conference sessions, meal functions, and the exhibitor display area. One NCSM Conference bag is given to each registered participant while supplies last. Replacement bags and extra bags will not be distributed at the conference. Bags sponsored by: Lanyards sponsored by: Sponsor Showcases Sponsors showcases are an opportunity to learn more information about products and materials offered by our Sponsors. These sessions will be held Sunday and Monday in meeting rooms 8 and 9. Visit the schedule for more information. Ticketed Functions Through the generosity of our sponsors, we are able to offer meal functions and receptions during the conference at low cost. Tickets to each function are limited, and are available for advance purchase on a firstcome, first-served basis at registration. Breakfast $10 (Sunday and Monday) Lunch $15 (Sunday and Monday) Brunch $10 (Tuesday only) Evening Reception Complimentary (Sunday) Tickets are non-refundable. If your plans change and you cannot use a ticket, consider donating it to a colleague, drop it off at the on-site registration desk, or hand it to an NCSM board member. Interested in registering for a ticketed event? Visit the registration counter to check availability. Non-Ticketed Functions The exhibit hall happy hour reception on Sunday from 5:00 pm–6:00 pm is a non-ticketed event and open to all. Please join NCSM and this year’s sponsors and exhibitors for complimentary appetizers and a cash bar. Several exhibiting companies are offering drink tickets for a complimentary beer/wine/soft drink. Visit the mobile app to learn more! Lost and Found If you find an item you believe belongs to someone attending the NCSM Conference, please bring it to the NCSM registration counter. Articles will be held there until 10:30 am on Tuesday, at which time they will be turned over to the hotel’s lost and found. NCSM Membership Booth Visit the NCSM Membership Booth to pick up your membership gift (while supplies last) and network with fellow NCSM GENERAL INFORMATION

15 Washington, D.C. members, board members, and volunteers. The membership table will be in the hallway near registration on Saturday and will transition into Potomac Salons 1–2 on Sunday and Monday when the exhibit hall opens. Leadership Exchange 2023: Continuing the Conversation Stop by the Leadership Exchange located in the Exhibit Area on Sunday and Monday to exchange ideas with some of our Major and Spotlight Speakers. This is a great opportunity to dig into interesting topics and continue the conversation with these thought partners. They look forward to exchanging ideas with you! Specific times and topics are advertised throughout the program guide. Seating will be limited so be sure to arrive early! Major and Spotlight Speakers Opening Speaker • Lacey Robinson Major Speakers: • Dr. Jenny Bay-Williams & Dr. Maggie McGatha • Dr. Jill Griffin, Dr. Kris Childs, Mo Thomas • Dr. Cathery Yeh • Dr. Lateefah Id-Deen • Neven Holland & Armani Alexander • Dr. John Staley • Dr. Peter Liljedahl • Dr. India White • Vanessa Cerrahogou, Dr. Shelbi Cole, Crystal Watson • Dr. Cathy Seeley • Dr. Shelly Jones, Dr. Lou Matthews, Dr. Yolanda Parker • Harold Asturias, Dr. Jack Dieckmann, Margaret Overbagh-Feld, Renae Skarin • Dr. Imani Gofney • Dr. Paul Gray Spotlight Speakers: • Cheryl Tobey & Julia McDonald-Plumb • Marlene Megos, Ushawnda Mitchell, Violet Jimenez Sims • Steve Leinwand • Graham Fletcher & Tracy Zager • Dr. Jody Guarino, John Drake, Berkley Everett, Joanna Hayman • Christina Lincoln-Moore, Dr. Tashana Howse, Dr. Shelly M. Jones, Dr. Lybrya Kebreab, Dr. Pamela Seda • Dr. Megan Staples, Dr. Gladis Kersaint, Jennifer Michalek • Dr. Amanda Jansen • Dr. Pamela Seda • Dr. Juli Dixon • Mona Toncheff • Ho Nguyen & Toni Allen • Dr. Mike Flynn • Jon Wray, Beth Kobett, Skip Fennell • John SanGiovanni, Dr. Susie Katt, Latrenda Knighten • Abigail Ruiz & Nisha Phillip Malahoo • Karen Riley Jeffers, Dr. Esau Foster, Donicka Herod, Marcie Sun, Carlene Young • Grace Kelemanik, Tami Chandler, Amy Lucenta Closing Speaker: • Ken Williams

16 55th NCSM Annual Conference 2023 CONFERENCE SCHEDULE OVERVIEW Time Event 1:00 pm–5:00 pm Preconference Sessions 2:00 pm–6:30 pm Onsite Registration 4:00 pm–4:45 pm First Time Attendees Orientation 5:30 pm–6:15 pm NCSM Opening Session and Welcome Remarks 6:15 pm–7:00 pm Keynote Session, Lacey Robinson, UnBound Ed Saturday, October 28, 2023 Time Event 7:00 am–8:00 am Breakfast Session (ticketed event) 8:15 am–9:15 am 9:30 am–10:30 am Concurrent Sessions 10:45 am–11:35 am Regional Meet Ups (formerly Caucuses) 11:45 am–1:00 pm Luncheon Session (ticketed event) 1:15 pm–2:15 pm 2:30 pm–3:30 pm Concurrent Sessions 3:00 pm–6:00 pm Exhibit Hall Open Hours Wellness Lounge 3:30 pm–4:00 pm Exhibit Hall Time and Snack Break 4:00 pm–5:00 pm Concurrent Sessions 5:00 pm–6:00 pm Exhibit Hall Time and Happy Hour 6:00 pm–8:00 pm Uncovering Stories Reception (ticketed event) Sunday, October 29, 2023

17 Washington, D.C. Time Event 7:00 am–8:00 am Breakfast Session 8:00 am–5:00 pm Exhibit Hall Open Hours Wellness Lounge 8:15 am–9:15 am 9:30 am-10:30 am Concurrent Sessions 10:30 am–11:15 am Exhibit Hall Time and Snack Break 11:15 am–12:15 pm Concurrent Sessions 12:30 pm–2:00 pm Luncheon Session (ticketed event) 2:15 pm–3:15 pm Concurrent Sessions 3:15 pm–3:45 pm Exhibit Hall Time and Snack Break 3:45 pm–4:45 pm Concurrent Sessions 5:00 pm–5:30 pm NCSM Business Meeting Monday, October 30, 2023 Time Event 8:00 am–9:00 am 9:15 am–10:15 am Concurrent Sessions 10:30 am–12:00 pm Brunch & NCSM Celebration (ticketed event) 12:15 pm–1:15 pm Concurrent Sessions 1:30 pm–2:30 pm Closing Session, Ken Williams, Unfold the Soul Tuesday, October 31, 2023

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19 Washington, D.C. SATURDAY SUMMARY FIRST TIME ATTENDEE ORIENTATION 4:00 pm–4:45 pm | Room 10-11 | ID #0110 This session is for attendees who are new to the NCSM Annual Conference. Participants will network with others, review the structure of the conference, explore the different conference options, set personal priorities and goals, and work on a personal plan of what to do and where to go during the conference. Sara Frisbie, NCSM Membership and Volunteer Coordinator NCSM WELCOME AND OPENING SESSION 5:30 pm–6:15 pm | Potomac Ballroom | ID #0101 WELCOME PRESENTERS Welcome to Washington, DC, and the 55th NCSM Annual Conference. Join us for an opening performance from the Duke Ellington School of Arts Show Choir, and greetings from the NCSM President and the 2023 Program Chair. Welcoming Sponsor: Paul Gray, Jr. President Lacey Robinson NCSM KEYNOTE SESSION 6:15 pm–7:15 pm | Potomac Ballroom | ID #0101 | Presented by: Lacey Robinson, UnboundEd In this era of accelerated innovation, from artificial intelligence to medical breakthroughs to the way our cities and towns are designed, we are in a battle over who gets to do math and what kind. Lacy Robinson, CEO and president of UnboundEd, asks us to realize our own power as educators in helping students see themselves as doers of math. She challenges us to not only identify but question what theories of learning and beliefs we stand on as we work to provide grade level, engaging, affirming, and meaningful (GLEAM™) instruction so all students thrive in college, career, and beyond. Georgina Rivera Program Chair

20 55th NCSM Annual Conference SUNDAY SUMMARY TIME FACILITATOR SESSION TITLE 3:00 pm–3:30 pm Graham Fletcher and Tracy Zager Assessing Student Thinking Through Context, Coherence, and the Questions In-Between 4:15 pm–4:45 pm Jenny Novak, Dr. Erin Lehmann, & Ian Shenk NCSM Virtual Coaching Lab Meet-Up SUNDAY LEADERSHIP EXCHANGE—EXHIBIT HALL Dr. Jennifer BayWilliams Dr. Maggie McGatha Dr. Jill Griffin Dr. Kristopher J. Childs Cathery Yeh MAJOR SPEAKERS FOR SUNDAY SPOTLIGHT SPEAKERS FOR SUNDAY Dr. Lateefah Id-Deen Dr. Paul Gray, Jr. Neven Holland Mo Thomas Armani Alexander Cheryl Tobey Julia McDonaldPlumb Marlene Megos Ushawnda Mitchell Graham Fletcher Tracy Zager Dr. Jody Guarino Dr. Violet Sims John Drake Berkeley Everett

21 Washington, D.C. SUNDAY SUMMARY Dr. Amanda Jansen TIME FACILITATOR TOPIC ROOM 9:30 am–10:30 am Kevin Dykema NCTM Successfully Changing Mathematics Instruction Room 16 1:15 pm–2:15 pm Dr. Laura Watkins AMA Opening Doors Through Mathematics: Building Pathways to the Future Room 12 SUNDAY PRESIDENTIAL EXCHANGES Joanna Hayman Christina LincolnMoore Dr. Tashana Howse Dr. Pamela Seda Dr. Megan Staples Dr. Shelly M. Jones Gladis Kersaint SPOTLIGHT SPEAKERS FOR SUNDAY CONTINUED AFFILIATE LEADERS MEETING 7:00 am–8:00 am | Room 12 Gather with NCSM Affiliate Leaders from across North America as we share ideas, discuss concerns, and resolutions and identify ways to serve the leaders of mathematics in our areas. We will brainstorm how NCSM can support your organization’s goals for leadership development and member support. Come meet and share ideas with new colleagues. This meeting is for invited Affiliate Leaders only. Heather Crawford-Ferre, NCSM Affiliate Chair Jennifer Michalek Dr. Lybrya Kebreab

22 55th NCSM Annual Conference SPONSORED LUNCH SESSION (ticketed event) 11:45 am-1:00 pm | Rock Creek Ballroom Building Teacher Capacity and Teacher Confidence Presented by: Dr. Marian Small Inspired by her decades-long math coaching career, Dr. Marian Small used her expertise in mathematics to help countless teachers build their capacity and build their confidence in teaching mathematics. Marian has witnessed how a more confident teacher results in a more engaged and productive classroom where student ideas drive the learning and teachers use intentional teaching and thoughtful questions to enrich student understanding. During this luncheon, Marian will share her experience and how she has found success in inspiring K–12 math teachers. Sponsored by: EXHIBIT HALL EVENTS (open to all) 3:30 pm–4:00 pm | Snack Break Sponsored by: 5:00 pm–6:00 pm | Happy Hour Sponsored by: UNCOVERING STORIES: STORIES OF BOLD MATH LEADERSHIP (ticketed event) 6:00 pm–8:00 pm | Rock Creek Ballroom Sponsored by: SUNDAY SUMMARY SPONSORED BREAKFAST SESSION (ticketed event) 7:00 am–8:00 am | Rock Creek Ballroom Student-Driven Engagement: Activating Achievement in the Classroom Student engagement is critical for supporting achievement in mathematics. At Imagine Learning (IL), we are continually evaluating programs for innovative solutions to engage students in learning. This session will focus on key guiding principles the IL teams are using in product research and development. Sponsored by:

23 Washington, D.C. SUNDAY SESSIONS 7:00 am–8:00 am Student-Driven Engagement: Activating Achievement in the Classroom Sponsored by Imagine Learning Rock Creek Ballroom | ID #1000 11:45 am–1:00 pm Building Teacher Capacity and Teacher Confidence Sponsored by Savvas Rock Creek Ballroom | ID #1000 6:00 pm–8:00 pm Uncovering Stories Reception Sponsored by Open Up Resources Rock Creek Ballroom 10:45 am–11:30 am Regional Meet Ups (formerly Caucus) Regional Meet Ups Breakfast Session (ticketed event) Lunch Session (ticketed event) Reception (ticketed event) Time/ Room Rock Creek Ballroom Room 12 7:00 am– 8:00 am Meal Function Student-Driven Engagement: Activating Achievement in the Classroom Breakfast with Presentation | Sponsored by Imagine Learning (ticketed event) ID# 1000 NCSM Business Dr. Heather Crawford-Ferre NCSM Affiliates Meeting ID# 1012 Time/ Room Potomac Salon 1 River Birch Anacostia D Anacostia E 8:15 am– 9:15 am Major Session Dr. Jennifer BayWilliams, Dr. Maggie McGatha Supporting Teachers in Reimagining Fluency Instruction ID# 1101 Spotlight Session Cheryl Tobey, Julia McDonald-Plumb Partnering with Special Educators: Supporting Students in Using and Making Connections Between Mathematical Representations ID# 1106 Regular Session Jun Li, Dr. John Staley, Amber Walker Math Milestones: The Mathematics of Your Grade on a Single Page ID# 1117 Regular Session Eli Luberoff Tools Your Students Won’t Graduate From ID# 1118 Session ID#- Strand Color Chart Stories of Advocacy Stories of Empowerment Stories of Redesigning Mathematics Instruction Stories Yet to be Told

24 55th NCSM Annual Conference SUNDAY SESSIONS Time/ Room Room 2 Room 3 Room 4 Room 5 8:15 am– 9:15 am Regular Session Dr. Katie Soto Equitable Grading in Secondary Mathematics from a Student Lens ID# 1102 Regular Session Jessica Colavecchia, Nicole Charles, Angela Messenger Shifting Mathematical Mindsets: The Power of Teacher Leaders and Rich Classroom Discourse ID# 1103 Regular Session Anne Joyoprayitno, Rafael Vazquez Improving Teacher Preparedness: A Focus on Curriculum Literacy ID# 1104 Regular Session Dr. Tutita Casa, Kenya Overton Developing EquityMinded Educators for the Socially Just Mathematics Classroom ID# 1105 Time/ Room Room 8 Room 9 Room 10-11 Room 12 8:15 am– 9:15 am Sponsor Showcase Savvas Learning Company Linda Cordes, Leanne Daughtry Making Gains with a High-Quality, Equitable Design for Math Instruction ID# 1108 Sponsor Showcase Hand2Mind Sue O’Connell Harnessing the Power of Learning Progressions and Hands-On Math Centers to Foster Early Numeracy Skills ID# 1109 Regular Session Kristin Gray, Jinfa Cai Leveraging Problem Posing to Redesign Mathematics Instruction ID# 1110 Regular Session Dr. Jason Gauthier Building a Countywide Instructional Coaching Network: A Story of Putting NCSM’s Essential Actions for Coaching into Practice ID# 1112 Time/ Room Room 13 Room 14 Room 15 Room 16 8:15 am– 9:15 am Regular Session Dr. Rachel Lambert Unpacking the Evidence on EvidenceBased Practices in Mathematics ID# 1113 Regular Session Alison Gaymes San Vicente, Jason To Destreaming/ Detracking Mathematics in the Toronto District School Board and Beyond: an Advocacy Success Story ID# 1114 Regular Session Dr. Karen Givvin, Dr. Ji Son The End of Dead-End Math: How Teachers can Bring Modern Statistics to their Students ID# 1115 Regular Session Dr. Lesa Covington Clarkson, Dr. Fawnda Norman Equity and Excellence: A Mathematics Framework ID# 1116

25 Washington, D.C. SUNDAY SESSIONS Time/ Room Potomac Salon 1 River Birch Rock Creek Ballroom Anacostia D 9:30 am– 10:30 am Major Session Dr. Jill Griffin, Dr. Kristopher J. Childs, Mo Thomas A Transformative Approach for Creating an Innovative Mathematics Culture: The Power of Centering Identity ID# 1201 Spotlight Session Marlene Megos, Ushawnda Mitchell, Dr. Violet Sims Lessons from the Field: Examining Diverse Math Teacher Training and Retention Through a Residency Model ID# 1206 Spotlight Session Dr. Amanda Jansen Understanding Teachers’ Entry Points Into Rough Draft Math: A Key for Leaders to Unlock Opportunities to Empower Teachers’ Ambitious Teaching ID# 1200 Regular Session Dr. Shelbi Cole, Silvestre Arcos, Amber Walker Humanizing Assessment: Partnering with High School Students on Demonstrating Evidence of Learning ID# 1217 Time/ Room Anacostia E Room 2 Room 3 Room 4 9:30 am– 10:30 am Regular Session Dr. Karen Karp, Dr. Sarah Bush, Dr. Barbara Dougherty The Math Pact: Building a Whole School Agreement ID# 1218 Regular Session Cherryl Delacruz, Angela Dick, Sara Frisbie “Like Wildfire!” Increasing Teacher Capacity through Intentional Systems of Support for Adult and Student Learning ID# 1202 Regular Session Dr. Lynsey Gibbons Facilitating the Learning of Mathematics Coaches Using an EmpiricallyBased Theory of Action ID# 1203 Regular Session Susie Katt, John SanGiovanni Leadership Actions for Productive Struggle: The Math Community ID# 1204 Time/ Room Room 5 Room 8 Room 9 Room 10–11 9:30 am– 10:30 am Regular Session Rolanda Baldwin, Jen Arberg, Brian Dean, Gabr’l Stackhouse Reimaging Math Instruction as GradeLevel, Engaging, Affirming, and Meaningful (GLEAM™) ID# 1205 Sponsor Showcase Amplify Kristin Gray Centering Student Ideas in the Math Classroom ID# 1208 Sponsor Showcase Derivita Doug Sovde Support Effective Math Instruction with Derivita ID# 1209 Regular Session Dr. Jackie Murawska, Scott Miller, Dr. Keith Nabb PD Overload: Selecting from a Sea of Effective Instructional Strategies Without ShortCircuiting our Teachers ID# 1210

26 55th NCSM Annual Conference SUNDAY SESSIONS Time/ Room Room 12 Room 13 Room 14 Room 15 Room 16 9:30 am– 10:30 am Regular Session Dr. Candice Barkley, Alicia Chilton, Holly Condon Hook and Assess: Bringing High School Math Tasks Full Circle ID# 1212 Regular Session Dr. Molly Rawding, Dr. Theresa Wills Cultivating Community, Trust, Connection, and Math Joy ID# 1213 Regular Session Dr. Fawnda Norman, Dr. Lesa Covington Clarkson Mathematics Identity Work Using Stories ID# 1214 Regular Session Polly Wagner, Marta Garcia Empowering Coaches Through a Collaborative that Focuses on Transforming Practices ID# 1215 Presidential Exchange Kevin Dykema, NCTM Successfully Changing Mathematics Instruction ID# 1216 Time/ Room Anacostia D Anacostia E River Birch Room 5 10:45 am– 11:30 am NCSM Business Southern 1 Regional Meet-Up NCSM Business Eastern 1 Regional Meet-Up NCSM Business Eastern 2 Regional Meet-Up NCSM Business Central 1 Regional Meet-Up Time/ Room Rock Creek Ballroom 11:45 am– 1:00 pm Meal Function Building Teacher Capacity and Teacher Confidence Lunch with Presentation | Sponsored by Savvas Time/ Room Room 10–11 Room 12 Room 13 10:45 am– 11:30 am NCSM Business Western 2 Regional Meet-Up NCSM Business Western 1 Regional Meet-Up NCSM Business Canada Regional Meet-Up Time/ Room Room 14 Room 15 Room 16 10:45 am– 11:30 am NCSM Business International Regional Meet-Up NCSM Business Central 2 Regional Meet-Up NCSM Business Southern 2 Regional Meet-Up

27 Washington, D.C. SUNDAY SESSIONS Time/ Room Potomac Salon 1 River Birch Anacostia D Anacostia E 1:15 pm– 2:15 pm Major Session Cathery Yeh Beyond Access as Inclusion: Designing for Rightful Presence in K-12 Mathematics ID# 1501 Spotlight Session Graham Fletcher, Tracy Zager Assessing Student Thinking Through Context, Coherence, and the Questions In-Between ID# 1506 Regular Session Denise Thornton, Dr. John Staley Equipping Mathematics Education Leaders to Improve the Transition from High School to Post-Secondary ID# 1517 Regular Session Sue O’Connell Teaching Through Investigations to Empower Students and Build Identity and Agency ID# 1518 Time/ Room Room 2 Room 3 Room 4 Room 5 1:15 pm– 2:15 pm Regular Session Dr. Sean Nank, Dr. Jackie Murawska You’re Still Muted: Stories that Change Systemic Structures of Professional Development and Foster Mathematics Leaders as Change Agents ID# 1502 Regular Session Whitney Evans, Grace Anne McKay Not a Fairytale…A True Story of Empowering Teacher Leaders ID# 1503 Regular Session Astrida Lizins, Rhonda Pierre Activating Agency for Multilingual Learners ID# 1504 Regular Session Marria Carrington Reimagining Kindergarten Mathematics: A BrandNew Start ID# 1505 Time/ Room Room 8 Room 9 Room 10-11 Room 12 1:15 pm– 2:15 pm Sponsor Showcase EdGems Math Shannon McCaw Storylines that Inspire Meaningful Mathematical Connections ID# 1508 Sponsor Showcase Open Up Resources Brooke Powers Coaching for Success: 5 Leadership Lessons from Ted Lasso ID# 1509 Regular Session Jennifer Novak, Bill Barnes, Ron Morris Empowering Teams to Support Equitable Student Outcomes Through the School Improvement Planning Process ID# 1510 Presidential Exchange Dr. Laura Watkins, AMA Opening Doors Through Mathematics: Building Pathways to the Future ID# 1512

28 55th NCSM Annual Conference SUNDAY SESSIONS Time/ Room Potomac Salon 1 River Birch Rock Creek Ballroom Anacostia D 2:30 pm– 3:30 pm Major Session Dr. Lateefah Id-Deen Supporting Teachers to Transform Math Lessons in Culturally Relevant Ways ID# 1601 Spotlight Session Dr. Jody Guarino, John Drake, Berkeley Everett, Joanna Hayman Humanizing Systems for Teaching and Learning: The Interconnectedness of Joy, Agency, and Belonging ID# 1606 Spotlight Session Christina LincolnMoore, Dr. Tashana Howse, Dr. Shelly M. Jones, Dr. Lybrya Kebreab, Dr. Pamela Seda Iron Sharpens Iron: Black Womxn in Mathematics Education (BWXME) Speak ID# 1600 Regular Session Dr. Jamilla Riser Building a Stronger and More Inclusive Pathway to Math Education ID# 1617 Time/ Room Anacostia E Room 2 Room 3 Room 4 2:30 pm– 3:30 pm Regular Session Kristi Martin, Joleigh Honey Asset-Based Perspectives and SEL to Promote Inclusion for EVERY Student ID# 1618 Major Session Dr. Paul Gray Stories of Leadership: An Equity Journey ID# 1602 Regular Session Liesl McConchie The 4 Components of Mathematical Identity, And How to Redesign Your Mathematics Intervention Program to Truly Be StudentCentered ID# 1603 Regular Session Laurie Speranzo, Kristin Klingensmith Empowering Students Who Are Learning Math While Simultaneously Learning English ID# 1604 Time/ Room Room 13 Room 14 Room 15 Room 16 1:15 pm– 2:15 pm Regular Session Dr. Tim Hudson Leading Equity-Oriented Transformational Change: Removing the Barriers of Traditional Grading Practices and Tracking to Improve Access, Assessment, and Achievement ID# 1513 Regular Session Dr. Theodore Sagun, Karen Recinos Alvarado Partnering with Teachers: Spaces to Collaboratively Uncover Students’ Thinking ID# 1514 Regular Session Pam Lindemer, Rochelle Jamison Collaborating to Build Capacity, Consistency and Confidence in Teacher Leaders ID# 1515 Regular Session Ashley Marlow Coaching Routines to Promote Belonging in the First 5 Minutes ID# 1516

29 Washington, D.C. SUNDAY SESSIONS Time/ Room Room 5 Room 8 Room 9 Room 10–11 2:30 pm– 3:30 pm Regular Session Dawn Pilotti Reimagining Mathematics PLCs: Making Problem Solving Accessible to All ID# 1605 Sponsor Showcase Agile Mind Mandy Livingston A Growth Mindset Approach to Math ID# 1608 Sponsor Showcase Get More Math Josh Britton Sponsor Showcase: Break the Forgetting Cycle with Get More Math ID# 1609 Regular Session Dr. Rodrigo Gutiérrez, Leigh Diebold, Justin Powell Making an IMPACT: Improving Mathematical Problem Solving, Agency, and Student-Centered Instruction for Teachers and Students ID# 1610 Time/ Room Room 12 Room 13 Room 14 Room 15 Room 16 2:30 pm– 3:30 pm Ross Taylor/ Glenn Gilbert Lecture Ruth Harbin Miles 5 Decades of Leadership in Mathematics Education: Where We’ve Been and Where We Might Be Going ID# 1612 Regular Session Matthew Foster, Dr. Akihiko Takahashi Lesson Study as True Professional Development for Greater Student Achievement ID# 1613 Regular Session Dana Moyer, Caitlin Webster Assessments as a Dialogue: Rethinking Assessments to Center Learners ID# 1614 Regular Session Dr. Melinda Knapp, Dr. Courtney Baker Leading with Intention: Stories of Equity-Oriented Decision Making by Coaches ID# 1615 Regular Session Tanaga Rodgers, Michelle Hawley Catching Up and Moving Forward in Grades 3–5: Math Learning Acceleration in Practice ID# 1616 Time/ Room Potomac Salon 1 River Birch Anacostia D 4:00 pm– 5:00 pm Major Session Neven Holland, Armani Alexander Redesigning Mathematics Instruction by Centering Student Experiences ID# 1701 Spotlight Session Dr. Megan Staples, Gladis Kersaint, Jennifer Michalek Expanding Capacity to Advance More Equitable Outcomes: Building a Cadre of Mathematics Teacher Leaders ID# 1706 Regular Session Cassie Hohne Coaching Teachers Through the Process of Creating Connections for ALL! ID# 1717

30 55th NCSM Annual Conference SUNDAY SESSIONS Time/ Room Anacostia E Room 2 Room 3 Room 4 4:00 pm– 5:00 pm Regular Session Dr. Catherine Fosnot A New Landscape: The Development of Data Representation and Analysis ID# 1718 Presidential Address Mona Toncheff, Linda Gojak, Steven Leinwand, Dr. Suzanne Mitchell, Dr. Connie Schrock, Dr. John Staley Ross Taylor Past Presidents’ Session: Speed Chats for Leaders Around Critical Challenges and Effective Solutions ID# 1702 Regular Session Brett Barnes, Shaka Ané Phillips Measuring What Matters: Using IEP Goals Aligned to Conceptual Understanding of Math ID# 1703 Regular Session Dr. Barbara Blanke Stop Interrupting and Start Listening! Engaging ALL Learners in Rich Mathematical Discourse by Relinquishing Power ID# 1704 Time/ Room Room 5 Room 8 Room 9 Room 10–11 4:00 pm– 5:00 pm Regular Session Cecilio Dimas Sparking Curiosity with Problem Solving: Raising Student Voice by Leveraging the Intersection Between English Language Development and Mathematical Conceptual Understanding ID# 1705 Sponsor Showcase Big Ideas Learning Chris Toothman Meet ada—The New Digital Platform from Big Ideas Learning ID# 1708 Sponsor Showcase CPM Sharon Rendon Be Inspired with CPM’s New Curriculum Inspiring Connections! ID# 1709 Regular Session Jennifer Hylemon, Reci Brooks, Laurie Thompson Reflections on Mentoring Mathematics Leaders ID# 1710 Time/ Room Room 12 Room 13 Room 14 Room 15 Room 16 4:00 pm– 5:00 pm Regular Session Haley Galyean Coaching Collaborative Teams to Develop Understanding of Content Standards and Aligned Assessments ID# 1712 Regular Session Nicole Young, Jillian Burkhart, Jaime Garcia, Delilah Zeigler Small but Mighty: Maximizing Instructional Coaching to Align Mathematical Practices with Teachers, Campuses and District Goals ID# 1713 Regular Session Wendy Wall, Erica Beckett, Kelly Halpin Mathematics Labsites: Empowering Teachers to Effectively Facilitate the 5 Practices for Orchestrating Productive Mathematics Discussions ID# 1714 Regular Session Dr. Heather Crawford-Ferre Storytelling with Student Voice: Building Understanding for Teachers and Students ID# 1715 Regular Session Emily Stewart, Colleen Ryan From Worksheets to Young Mathematicians at Work: A Story of Change Told from Two Windows ID# 1716 Time/ Room Rock Creek Ballroom 6:00 pm– 8:00 pm Meal Function Uncovering Stories Reception | Sponsored by Open Up Resources



31 Washington, D.C. MAJOR SPEAKERS FOR MONDAY TIME FACILITATOR SESSION TITLE 8:30 am–9:00 am Georgina Rivera & Jenny Novak Starting Your Mathematics Leadership Journey 9:15 am–9:45 am Dr. Jenny Bay-Williams Reimagining Fluency Instruction, K–8 10:00 am–10:30 am Dr. John Staley Focused Leadership to Change the Narrative 11:30 am–12:00 pm Dr. Peter Liljedahl The Coaches Role in Building Thinking Classrooms 2:15 pm–2:45 pm Dr. India White Equity in Action—Leading in the Trenches 3:00 pm–3:30 pm Dr. Juli Dixon Multiplication Fact Fluency: A School-Wide Solution 3:45 pm–4:15 pm Sara Frisbie First Time Conference Attendee Follow-Up and Next Steps MONDAY LEADERSHIP EXCHANGE—EXHIBIT HALL MONDAY SUMMARY Dr. John Staley Dr. Peter Liljedahl Dr. India White Vanessa Cerrahoglu Crystal Watson SPOTLIGHT SPEAKERS FOR MONDAY Dr. Cathy Seeley Dr. Shelbi Cole Jonathan Wray Dr. Francis (Skip) Fennell Dr. Beth Kobett Dr. Juli Dixon Mona Toncheff Ho Nguyen Anthonia (Toni) Allen Dr. Pamela Seda Dr. Mike Flynn John SanGiovanni

32 55th NCSM Annual Conference MONDAY SUMMARY MONDAY SPONSORED BREAKFAST SESSION (ticketed event) 7:00 am–8:00 am | Rock Creek Ballroom The AI Revolution in 6–12 Math Education: A Partnership with Atlanta Public Schools Join us for a deep dive into the groundbreaking partnership between Edia and Atlanta Public Schools (APS) that’s shaping the future of 6–12 math education. Discover how the integration of advanced AI tools is unlocking new potentials, fostering personalized learning experiences, and setting students on a trajectory for success in math. Throughout this session, participants will: Explore real-world case studies showcasing the transformative impact of AI in the classroom, understand the collaborative strategies employed by Edia and APS to maximize the potential of AI-enhanced teaching methodologies, glean insights into the challenges, successes, and lessons learned from this pioneering initiative, and look ahead at the evolving future of 6–12 math education, where AI plays a big role. Come learn, get inspired, and be a part of the conversation that’s redefining the nexus of AI and math education. Whether you’re an educator, administrator, or tech enthusiast, this session promises a blend of innovation, collaboration, and a vision for the future. Sponsored By: MONDAY SPONSORED LUNCH SESSION (ticketed event) 12:30 pm–2:00 pm | Rock Creek Ballroom Learning from Bold Mathematics Leaders and Their Stories As educators and leaders, the stories we tell and the stories we hear shape and influence our work. This panel discussion will provide you the opportunity to learn from three bold mathematics leaders and how their experiences and stories have shaped who they are and the work they do each day on behalf of mathematics educators and students. You will be intrigued and inspired to continue your personal leadership journey toward more equitable mathematics instruction for all students. Sponsored By: TIME FACILITATOR TOPIC ROOM 2:15 pm–3:15 pm Dr. Enrique Galindo, AMTE Leveraging Technology to Advance Equity and Equitable Teaching Practices Room 12 3:45 pm–4:45 pm Dr. Shelly Jones, BBA BBA Presidential Exchange: Mathematics Needs People: How Teachers Can Use Stories of Diverse Mathematicians to Empower Students Room 12 MONDAY PRESIDENTIAL EXCHANGES SPOTLIGHT SPEAKERS FOR MONDAY CONTINUED Dr. Susie Katt Latrenda Knighten

33 Washington, D.C. MONDAY SESSIONS 7:00 am–8:00 am The AI Revolution in 6-12 Math Education: A Partnership with Atlanta Public Schools Sponsored by Edia Rock Creek Ballroom | ID #2000 12:30 pm–2:00 pm Learning from Bold Mathematics Leaders and Their Stories Sponsored by Texas Instruments Rock Creek Ballroom | ID #2400 5:00 pm–5:30 pm Dr. Paul Gray NCSM Business Meeting Anacostia D | ID# 2717 11:15 am–12:15 pm Dr. Rachel Lambert The Transformative Potential of Neurodiversity and Disability for Mathematics Education Anacostia E | ID# 2318 Equity Lecture Kay Gilliland Breakfast Session (ticketed event) Lunch Session (ticketed event) NCSM Business Meeting Time/ Room Rock Creek Ballroom 7:00 am– 8:00 am Meal Function The AI Revolution in 6-12 Math Education: A Partnership with Atlanta Public Schools Breakfast with Presentation | Sponsored by Edia (ticketed event) ID# 2000 Time/ Room Potomac Salon 1 River Birch Anacostia D Anacostia E 8:15 am– 9:15 am Major Session Dr. John Staley Becoming…An EquityFocused Mathematics Educator ID# 2101 Spotlight Session Jonathan Wray, Dr. Francis (Skip) Fennell, Dr. Beth Kobett Formative Assessment and Feedback: Guiding, Informing, and Impacting, Teaching, and Learning ID# 2106 Regular Session Shaka Ané Phillips, Brett Barnes All Kids are Math Kids: Centering Belonging inMath Instruction ID# 2117 Regular Session Dr. Nicora Placa “Ask a Student”: Centering Student Voices in our Coaching Work Through the Use of Student Interviews ID# 2118 Session ID#- Strand Color Chart Stories of Advocacy Stories of Empowerment Stories of Redesigning Mathematics Instruction Stories Yet to be Told