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Welcome to the 2018 MidSchoolMath National Conference! 

To register for the Conference, or learn more about MidSchoolMath, please visit the MidSchoolMath National Conference website

Session sign-up for registered attendees will open on Tuesday, January 2, 2018. Information about activating your Sched account, selecting your sessions and more is provided in FAQs.  Helpful information about planning your trip to Santa Fe, including airport options and Featured Hotels, can be found in the Location section of the Conference Website. 

Please note this is a draft agenda; session titles and topics may change and new sessions may be added prior to January 2, 2018.    

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Friday, March 2 • 1:30pm - 2:15pm
Making Inequalities Conceptual

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Many students in middle school struggle with the idea of inequalities due to their complexity. In this session, we'll share how we created a lesson to help students understand inequalities conceptually by participating in a human number line, using real world examples of inequalities. The lesson focuses on both equations and inequalities in order for students to fully understand the differences between the two. 


You'll leave this session prepared to implement this lesson with your students, along with a better understanding of how to make inequalities more engaging and understandable to students. 

Speakers
avatar for Meagan Venstad

Meagan Venstad

Math Instructional Coach and 6th grade Math Teacher, Frisco ISD
I have 10 years of experience teaching math in various settings from functional academics, resource, inclusion, and general education setting. My Bachelors degree is from the University of North Texas and my Masters in Teaching is from St. Edwards University. I hold various certi... Read More →


Friday March 2, 2018 1:30pm - 2:15pm
Lamy Santa Fe Community Convention Center
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