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Save the Date: Join us in Santa Fe on March 1-2, 2019!
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Friday, March 2 • 9:30am - 10:15am
Invisible Mathematics FULL

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Mathematics, for many students, is a subject devoid of meaning and sense-making.  This is partly due to the invisible nature of its subtleties. 
Invisible mathematics are numbers or operations which are hidden from view. Invisible mathematics act as obstacles for students and must be addressed for students to make sense of mathematics and persevere in problem solving. 
In this session, we will explore the invisible nature of the number 1, the invisible operations, and the invisible meaning in some common mathematical notations. We'll cover topics relevant to multiple grades and address student misconceptions that result from a misunderstanding of the invisibilities. We'll also explore a great resource for unearthing student misunderstanding of mathematical notation.

Speakers
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Andrew Glaze

7th and 9th Grade Teacher, Doctoral Candidate, Utah State University
Andrew Glaze teaches 7th grade and 9th grade mathematics at Farmington Junior High School in Farmington, Utah. He is also a Ph.D student of curriculum and instruction with an emphasis in mathematics education at Utah State University in Logan, Utah. With over 20 years of teaching... Read More →


Friday March 2, 2018 9:30am - 10:15am
Peralta Santa Fe Community Convention Center