ICTM Webinar List

ICTM Webinars are professional development opportunities that encourage communication and collaboration among ICTM members and potential members. Webinar speakers are teaching professionals invited to share their expertise in short online sessions.

UPCOMING WEBINARS:

Title: Programming Common Math Activities using AppLab from Code.org
Date: Tuesday, January 23, 3:30 - 4:30 CST
Register: Click Here to Register Now!
Description: Experience programming some old-school activities using new-school technology.  AppLab is free and was designed by Code.org for students ages 13+. It is a drag and drop, block-based development environment for teachers and students to write apps (i.e. programs).  AppLab runs in a browser like Chrome and the apps run well on both iPhone and Android, which make them easy to share.  Activities explored will be simple unit conversion and a polar graphing.
Speaker Bio: David Ruth has been teaching Mathematics and Computer Science since 1993 and has been at Niles North High School in Skokie since 1996. He completed masters degrees at Loyola University in both Mathematics and Computer Science at the turn of the century. David has a passion for invigorating Mathematics with computer code.

 

Title: "Assessing Fluency in Math" for grades K-8
Date: Thursday, February 22., 3:45 - 4:45 CST
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Description: Coming Soon!

Speaker: Christina Betz-Cahill

 

Past Webinars: 

Date Speaker  Title (with link to video)
12/19/17 Kassia Wedekind Teaching and Assessing for Sense-Making and Agency
10/30/17 Elham Kazemi Improving Teaching by Learning from Children
10/18/17 Denise Brown Counting Collections 
10/11/17 David Wees and Jennifer Kim Introduction to Instructional Routines
9/20/17 Jerica Jurado Mathematics of Empathy
 5/17/17  Graham Fletcher Mathematical Modeling in the Elementary Classroom (or Beyond)
 4/19/17  Tina Nocella and Gary Chu What's the Point? Using Standards-Based Grading to Interrupt the “Game of School"
 2/23/17  Craig Cullen Role of Technology in the Teaching and Learning of Mathematics: Focus on GeoGebra
 1/27/17  Annie Forest Making Student Thinking Visible Using Tech Tools
 12/7/16  Zachary Herrmann Creativity and Curiosity in the Math Classroom
 11/14/6  Adam Poetzel Desmos
10/3/16 Matt Larson Overcoming Obstacles to Make Mathematics Work for Each and Every Student
9/13/16 Doug Clements A Brief Discussion with Doug Clements on Early Mathematics -- Foundations for All Later Learning
5/16/16 Bill Trapp The Redesigned SAT: What Every Illinois Math Teacher Needs to Know

 

 Questions? Email: webinar@ictm.org