Join us for a day of inspiring presentations and interactive breakout sessions with your peers from across the region. Close to 400 Algebra I middle and high school teachers attended last year. The 2011 event promises to provide you with even more practical tactics that you can apply in the classroom.

Why attend?

  • Hear an inspiring keynote.  Cathy Seeley is a Senior Fellow at the Dana Center at The University of Texas at Austin and formerly the President of the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics. She has been an active participant and spokesperson for the improvement of mathematics education, motivated by a deep commitment to equity for all students.
  • Participate in engaging sessions. Topics include: differentiation and student engagement, common core state standards, technology and assessment.
  • Learn from others.  The strategies and best practices shared at this event are designed to facilitate discussion. There will be multiple opportunities to network and share ideas.

Keynote Speaker

Cathy Seeley Cathy Seeley
Senior Fellow, Dana Center, The University of Texas at Austin
 
Former President, National Council of Teachers of Mathematics

Cathy Seeley works on state and national policy and improvement efforts in mathematics education. She recently facilitated the revision of Washington state's K-12 mathematics standards and currently leads the development of a fourth-year math course to follow Algebra II, Advanced Mathematical Decision Making.

Seeley is a veteran mathematics educator and change facilitator with 35 years of experience at the local, state and national levels. During her career, she has been an active participant and spokesperson for the improvement of mathematics education, motivated by a deep commitment to equity for all students.