Kendall Hunt Publishing



NCTM Speakers hosted by Kendall Hunt

With the cancellation of NCTM in Atlanta, Kendall Hunt wanted to provide an opportunity to attend the sessions planned for that event. In lieu of the in-person workshops, we are pleased to provide these sessions to you virtually. Please register for the event(s) of your choice and we will supply a zoom link to you for attendance closer to the event.

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How Data and Digital Curriculum Drive Personalized Instruction

Date:Thursday, Sept. 23, 2021
Time: 12:00-1:00 p.m. CST via Zoom
Presented by Abbas Manjee, Chief Academic Officer, Kiddom

Digital curriculum is a key tool for educators to personalize instruction and measure the impact of instructional materials. Truly digital curriculum is editable, measurable, actionable, and digestible. See how digital curriculum can transform your classroom by checking out Illustrative Mathematics by Kendall Hunt with Kiddom.



About the Speaker
Abbas Manjee is Chief Academic Officer and co-founder at Kiddom. Before Kiddom, Abbas taught high school math serving at-risk youth in New York City.




IM K-5 Math™: A Milestone on the Path to Mathematical Proficiency

Date: Friday, Sept. 24, 2021
Time: 8:30-9:30 am CST via Zoom
Presented by William McCallum, Illustrative Mathematics, CEO

What began with an e-mail in 2015 is now a fully-realized core mathematics curriculum for grades K–12, accompanied by tightly integrated professional learning. In this session, educators will learn how coherent mathematical progressions across grades and a problem-based instructional model informed the development of IM K–5 Math™, and how IM K-5 Math™ addresses the unique needs of elementary teachers and students with supports for culturally responsive pedagogy and a balanced approach to development of concepts and fluency. We will also look to the work remaining on our journey to a world where all learners know, use, and enjoy mathematics.



About the Speaker
Bill McCallum, founder of Illustrative Mathematics, is a University Distinguished Professor of Mathematics at the University of Arizona. He has worked in both mathematics research, in the area of number theory and arithmetical algebraic geometry, and mathematics education, writing textbooks and advising researchers and policy makers. He is a founding member of the Harvard Calculus Consortium and lead author of its college algebra and multivariable calculus texts. In 2009–2010 he was one of the lead writers for the Common Core State Standards in Mathematics. He holds a Ph. D. in Mathematics from Harvard University and a B.Sc. from the University of New South Wales.