Dear Prospective Speaker:
Thank you for your interest in speaking at the 71st Annual Association of Mathematics Teachers of New York State Conference on November 5-6, 2021 in Albany, NY.
We are pleased to announce the theme of the conference is Building Mathematical Minds for the Future. This year’s conference will offer an opportunity to improve your instructional delivery to better prepare students for the future, to gain insight into your students and yourself that will transform your experiences in learning and teaching mathematics. In addition, this conference and its many unique sessions are aimed at exploring a variety of the latest trends in mathematics education.
Building Mathematical Minds for the Future offers four conference strands. Please choose the strand that most relates to your presentation.
Sessions in this strand will focus on collaborations between mathematics educators and others such as, but not limited to, STEM educators, special educators, higher education, and community partners.
Sessions in this strand will focus on instructional practices that empower diverse learners through activities that are meaningful and relevant to students, and are student-driven with guidance from teachers. We also encourage sessions that address cultural responsiveness and inclusivity.
Sessions in this strand will focus on areas such as content knowledge, curriculum, and pedagogical techniques to promote college and career readiness.
Sessions in this strand will focus on supporting teachers' use of technology and tools in the mathematics classroom, along with new and innovative advances in technology in the ever-changing world.
This year’s conference will offer a variety of presentation options:
In-person: You will be presenting from the Hilton Albany at 40 Lodge Street, Albany, NY 12207.
Virtual: You will be presenting from a location other than the Hilton Albany to in-person and virtual attendees.
Hybrid: You will be presenting from the Hilton Albany while also live streaming for virtual attendees.
We ask that you complete and submit the AMTNYS Speaker Proposal 2021 Google Form by May 1, 2021. The Google Form is accessible at the following link: https://forms.gle/m7b2V6PxBgRGxMCcA
We encourage you to share information about our call for presenters with your colleagues, and we look forward to receiving and reviewing your proposals.
If you have any questions or concerns, we ask that you include all three of us on any correspondence. Thank you for your interest in presenting at the Association of Mathematics Teachers of New York State conference.
Frank DiDonato Scott Monuteaux Lindsay Tresansky
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