Kentucky Center for Mathematics

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2022 KCM ANNUAL MATH CONFERENCE (VIRTUAL)
3/6/2022 - 3/8/2022
6:30 PM - 8:00 PM

2022 KCM ANNUAL MATH CONFERENCE 

The 2022 KCM Conference will be held VIRTUALLY on Sunday, March 6, Monday, March 7, and Tuesday, March 8 in the evening. 

For the 2nd year in a row, the Kentucky Center for Mathematics (KCM) will be providing our annual math conference free of charge! This is our small way of supporting hardworking math educators like yourself who want to share with and learn from other hardworking math educators.  

Our theme for this conference is "Innovate: Visualizing New Realities


Here is the schedule for the 2022 KCM Annual Math Conference:
Sunday, March 6, 2022: 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm EST (5:30 pm - 7:30 pm CST)
Monday, March 7, 2022: 4:30 pm – 8:00 pm EST (3:30 pm - 7:00 pm CST)
Tuesday, March 8, 2022: 4:30 pm – 8:00 pm EST (3:30 pm - 7:00 pm CST)
**These virtual sessions will be live and interactive. We ask that participants join us on the dates and times as scheduled above. 


We are very excited to announce our featured speakers for the 2022 KCM Annual Math Conference: 
1. Robert Berry

Robert Q. Berry III Ph.D. is the Samuel Braley Gray Professor of Mathematics Education, the Associate Dean of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion in the School of Education and Human Development at the University of Virginia, and the immediate Past President of the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics (NCTM). Equity issues in mathematics education are central to Berry's research efforts within four related areas: (a) understanding Black children's mathematics experiences; (b) measuring standards-based mathematics teaching practices; (c) unpacking equitable mathematics teaching and learning, and (d) exploring interactions between technology and mathematics education. Berry co-edited the 2020 book High School Mathematics Lessons to Explore, Understand, and Respond to Social Injustice, which focuses on teaching mathematics for social justice.

2. Kanita DuCloux
Kanita K. DuCloux is interim dean in the Mathematics Department at Western Kentucky University where she has been a faculty member since 2011.  Her research focuses on mathematics teacher education, specifically improving K – 12 mathematics teaching and learning; preparing prospective and practicing teachers to teach diverse student populations and to implement equitable instructional practices; and examining mathematics teachers’ reasoning, thinking, and beliefs about students and mathematics.  She is the co-author of Catalyzing Change in High School Mathematics: Initiating Critical Conversations, a publication by NCTM. 

3. Carlos LópezLeiva
Carlos A. LópezLeiva is an Associate Professor in Bilingual and Mathematics Education in the Department of Language, Literacy, and Sociocultural Studies at the University of New Mexico. His work focuses on the promotion of equitable teaching and learning ecologies—in relation to social interactions, language use and ideologies, and what counts as mathematics—that mediate the learners’ participation in and meaning making of mathematical practices. His research comprises three areas: (1) issues of equity in social interactions, (2) out-of-school interdisciplinary Mathematics teaching and learning, and (3) in-school Interdisciplinary Mathematics teaching and learning.

4. Howie Hua
Howie Hua is a math instructor at Fresno State who teaches math to future elementary school teachers. He is passionate about finding ways to humanize the math classroom, listening to how students think about math, and building mathematical confidence in students. In 2019, Howie was named Outstanding Lecturer for the College of Science and Math at his university. Outside of school, Howie likes to play piano, go on walks, make math memes, and make math explainer videos.

Please read the following before registering:
  • ‚ÄčParticipants must register for this professional learning event in order to participate.
  • Registrants who are not already members of the KCM, will become members of the KCM and agree to receive emails from kcm@nku.edu and info@kentuckymathematics.org about upcoming KCM professional learning events. 
  • Registrants will attend through Socio, an event application. Socio can be accessed through a browser on a PC or by downloading the app on a smart phone or tablet. Registrants must have a Socio account and must use the same email address for that account as they use for their registration.  
  • Because there will be a limited amount of participant spots for this event, and because the KCM will be charged for each participant in the SOCIO app, we kindly ask that anyone who registers for this Math Conference and then will not be participating or any reason contact the KCM at 859-572-7690 or kcm@nku.edu to have their registration voided. Please - no "no shows". Thank you. 
  • Anyone who successfully completes their registration will receive a registration confirmation email from the Kentucky Center for Mathematics. If you don't receive an email after registering, please check your junk or spam folders for it; if you still can't find it, please contact the KCM by phone to verify that you registration was completed and your email address is correct. 
Thank you, 
Team KCM        







   

Location: Online Virtual Sessions , KY


Registration ends on 2/1/2022
There are currently 633 spots remaining out of 1000





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