32ND ANNUAL PRECALCULUS CONFERENCE: Good Ideas in Teaching Precalculus and…
Schedule of Activities

Presenters and Session Abstracts
Plenary Session
 Dr. Eric Milou’s “The Status Quo is Unacceptable For The NJ High School Math Curriculum” AMTNJ BLOG Go to the Blog
Buffet Lunch
 SERC Building, 2nd Floor
Content Strands
 Precalculus is in Room 202 Go to the Blog
Session I 202 Frank Forte Using Exploration and Technology to Teach Graph Transformations
Session II 202 David Hyman Saving the Planet One Rational Function at a Time
Session III 202 Ahmed Salama The Benefits of Teaching Applications of Trig Functions in Precalculus  Precalculus and Calculus is in Room 206
Session I 206 Ken Collins Teaching Precalculus to Prepare Students for AP Calculus
Session II 206 Dave Cesa Cold, Warmer, HOT: A Digital Strategy for Precalculus & Calculus  Calculus is in Room 205
Session I 205 Jeff Kaye Navigating Your Way through the Fundamental Theorem of Calculus
Session II 205 Joyce Leslie Teaching Calculus to a Heterogeneous Class
Session III 205 Angelique Bender and Sarah Kaeli How to Make Calculus Fun, Handson, and Tangible  Algebra and Geometry is in Room 207 Go to the Blog
Session I 207 Kathleen Carter Understanding Quadratic Functions
Session II 207 Neil Cooperman Geometry Today
Session III 207 Anita Schuloff Sequences, Quadratics, and Right Triangles
Session IV 207 Angelo DeMattia Visual Representations for Proportional Thinking and Algebraic Reasoning  Math and Technology is in Room 204 Go to the Blog
Session I 204 Eric Berkowitz DESMOStration
Session II 204 Lisa Barragato Using Videos to Engage Students in Algebra
Session III 204 Fred Decovsky Coding – Not Just for STEM
Session IV 204 Linda Treilman What’s New for the SMART Board Software – Notebook 2017  Applications and Discrete Mathematics is in Room 203 Go to the Blog
Session II 203 Afroze Naqvi Propositional Logic, Set Theory, and Mathematical Induction
Session III 203 L. Charles (Chuck) Biehl A Teacher’s Guide to Computational Geometry
Session IV 203 Joe Rosenstein Pascal’s Triangle  Probability and Statistics is in Room 208 Go to the Blog
Session I 208 Paul Westbrook Using Statistics to Understand Investments
Session II 208 Ralph Pantozzi Push Your Luck!  Assessment is in Room 209 Go to the Blog
Session I 209 Robin O’Callaghan and Fred Schuppan Writing Fair and Effective Scoring Rubrics for FreeResponse Questions
Session II 209 Stephanie DiBari and Eileen Fallon Formative Assessment with Desmos Activity Builder
Session III 209 Stacy Winters Alternative Assessment in Algebra and Geometry  General is in Room 210 or in Room 206 Go to the Blog
Session I 210 John Kerrigan Active Learning Strategies for the Mathematics Classroom
Session I 206 Mike Kaplan Encouraging Deeper Thinking
Session II 210 Audrey Nasar Computational Thinking in Precalculus
Session II 206 Paula Gray The Beauty and Necessity of Correct Mathematical Writing and Notation
Session III 210 Iftikhar Husain Delivering Standards of Mathematics Visually
Session III 206 Andrew Rosenbloom and Deanna Houlihan Flipped Mastery Learning in High School Mathematics
Session IV 210 Jay Schiffman Mathematical Misconceptions that Permeate Many Textbooks
Sharing Sessions
 A – What to Keep and What to Leave Out of Calculus & Precalculus
 B – The Rush to Calculus: Pluses and Minuses
 C – How Do You Prepare Students for the AP Calculus Tests?
 D – What Algebra and Geometry Topics are Needed for Precalculus
 E – Dealing with Challenging Students
 F – Preparing High School Students for College Math
 G – Effective Use of Technology in Algebra and Geometry
 H – Effective Use of Technology in Precalculus and Calculus
 I – Engagement Strategies
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