Join colleagues in mathematics and mathematics education for engaging and stimulating conversations on current and ongoing topics in mathematics teaching and learning!
Saturday, March 23, 2013
Making Practice Core: Mathematical Practices and the Practice of Teaching
This year's Conversations among Colleagues conference will be held on Saturday, March
23, 2013 from 8:30 AM to 5:00 PM and its theme is "Making Practice Core:
Mathematical Practices and the Practice of Teaching."
Pearce Hall, Central Michigan University (Parking in Lot 22)
Joseph D. Moore Distinguished University Professor
Professor of Mathematics Education
William and Ida Friday Institute for Education Innovation
College of Education
North Carolina State University
- Jere Confrey (North Carolina State University)
- Ruth Ann Hodges (Michigan Department of Education)
- Valerie Mills (Oakland Schools; President-Elect, National Council of Supervisors
Conversations among Colleagues was designed in 2003-2004 to engage mathematicians,
mathematics educators and leaders in mathematics education in a day of
sessions and conversations to share learning related to mathematics
education and the development of mathematics teachers in the state of
The conference addresses policy, projects, course and curriculum
development, mathematics needed for teaching, teacher development,
assessment, data analysis and other topics of interest and pertinence to
the improvement of mathematics teaching and learning at all levels.