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College Credit for Attending the Conference

You may earn one continuing education unit (not academic credit) through Fresno Pacific University for attending all of the conference.  Each morning you will need to sign the attendance sheets located at either the Embassy Suites-Waterfront or the Hilton-Room 1421/1425 (this has been moved from the Glimmer Room). You are also required to submit evaluations for all of the sessions that you attend, including the Keynote (Saturday morning) and the Ignite Session (Sunday afternoon). Here is the link for the credit:


Saturday, February 24 • 11:15am - 12:30pm
Exploring Problem Posing as a Mathematical Practice in Classrooms

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Mathematical problem posing is students’ meaningful questioning or conjecturing when faced with doubts or uncertainties about mathematical ideas, constraints, solution paths, justifications, and representations. Problematizing what is known, questioning why things are the way they are, and posing problems that nurture deeper understandings are important practices for learning. In this session, I will discuss ways to nurture students to pose meaningful problems to foster their learning.

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Priyanka Agarwal

Doctoral Candidate/ Graduate Student Researcher, University of California Irvine
Mathematics Education, Student authority, Problem posing/ problematizing, Student perseverance in problem solving, Collaborative student work, Heterogeneous student grouping

Saturday February 24, 2018 11:15am - 12:30pm
Hilton, Spectrum II, Main Floor 600 Airport Blvd, Burlingame, CA 94010

Attendees (20)