to Bishop Blanchet High School:
From the North: Take the 85th Street exit from I5 (just after
Northgate) and turn left on Wallingford.
From the South: Take the 85th Street exit from I5 (just after Lake City
Way) and turn left on Wallingford.
The dinner is in Haggarty Hall, on the corner of 85th and Wallingford.
Dinner - October 20, 2014
The social hour, dinner, and presentation are open to all, but we need
to have you pre-register so that we can order the right number of
meals. The cost for dinner is $15 for members or $20 for
non-members, payable at the door or by mail. If you prefer to
send in your payment in advance, the Dinner Registration and Membership
Form is contained in this linked Word Document
or this linked pdf.
Intentional Talk: How to Structure and
Lead Productive Mathematical Discussions
Elham Kazemi, Professor, Math Ed;
Associate Dean of Professional Learning, University of Washington
Allison Hintz, Assistant Professor,
Math Ed, UW Bothel
Leading productive discussions requires careful thinking about the
mathematical goal. We will describe how thinking about different goals
for math talk, from open strategy sharing to targeted sharing, can help
teachers better design discussions to meet those goals and help
children participate meaningfully.
5:00 Social Hour
6:00 Buffet Dinner and Drawing for Pennewell Prize
7:00 Intentional Talk: How to Structure and Lead
Productive Mathematical Discussions
Note the new
location: Bishop Blanchet High School