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Mathematics Conferences




Region 4 Virtual Mathematics Conference

Extending Reach, Expanding Impact

January 23, 2021


Extend your reach and expand your impact in physical and virtual mathematics classrooms. Engage in virtual sessions to spotlight high-leverage, equitable practices. Explore ways to empower each and every student to take ownership of their learning.


Participants will be able to :

  • Attend 2 keynote sessions as well as a variety of 20, 60, or 90 minute live sessions throughout the conference day.
  • View asynchronous sessions the day of the event as well as in the two weeks following the conference day.
  • View recordings of some live offerings in the two weeks following the conference day.
  • Build an interactive community of learning with extended discussions in the conference app.


Register by grade level using the links below.


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Region 4 Virtual Mathematics Conference
Date: Saturday, January 23, 2021
Time: 8:30 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
Credit: 6 CPE
Fee: $135
Audience: Instructional Specialists, Mathematics Coaches, Mathematics Teachers, Special Education Administrators, Special Education Teachers
This conference will be held virtually, using the Zoom platform. For additional information about this event, e-mail


Call for Presenters!
math-conference-2020-call-for-presenters-clock-soWe are excited to announce our 13th annual Region 4 Mathematics Conference has a new theme:  Extending Reach, Expanding Impact. In the spirit of Extending Reach, the conference will include content for Kindergarten through Grade 12. The success of the conference depends on great mathematics practitioners like you. 
This year, the conference is an all virtual experience, with synchronous and asynchronous offerings.  Presenters will have the option to present live via Zoom® or to pre-record their session and post through our conference app.  The session lengths have been expanded to 20-minute or 60-minute format. We will be providing support with both options so that sharing your "lessons learned" and "things tried" is enjoyable and as stress-free as possible.




Presenters are encouraged to share strategies related to the successful implementation of curriculum and instruction based on classroom experiences as well as action-research projects related to student success in mathematics.


Conference Strands include:

  • Building Mathematics Understanding - Sessions in this strand will include those that focus on student exploration of rigorous content, whether engaged individually or engaged collaboratively.
  • High Leverage Practices - Sessions in this strand will focus on evidence-based instructional practices connecting to mathematical understanding including, but not limited to, promoting effective questioning, engaging in discourse, and encouraging productive struggle.
  • Equity and Empowerment - Sessions in this strand will focus on equitable instructional practices that will empower each and every student to develop a positive mathematical identity through student-centered learning and culturally responsive pedagogy.
If you would like to submit a proposal, click here. To simplify the process, please complete your proposal in “one sitting,” as the form is not accessible if closed before completion. To complete the process you will need the following:
  • contact information
  • co-presenters contact information (if applicable)
  • title, description, learning outcomes, and focus your session
  • brief biography of yourself (and co-presenter, if applicable) that will appear in our conference app

We suggest that you write your text and then copy and paste into the proposal form.  Please remember, you will not be able to save and return to it later.
All submissions undergo a review process based upon criteria designed to serve the interests and needs of the conference participants. All proposals will receive a notification on November 19, 2020, on the status of their submission.
We welcome both experienced and first-time presenters, so please feel free to forward this application to current and emerging mathematics leaders. Applicants must follow district procedures for obtaining permission to present prior to submitting an application.
Questions about presenting? E-mail




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