Call for Presenters

We are creating a captivating setting for you: The 2019 MidSchoolMath National Conference: Total Math Immersion will draw hundreds of educators from around the nation who see the need for change. Together, we'll demonstrate the power of using story, pretend play, experiential education and hands-on learning to transform the math classroom. “Total Math Immersion” provides the forum for your valuable perspective to contribute to our collective goal of to "Stop the Drop" in a unique conference experience.

We are looking for cutting-edge math instruction! Ideal concurrent sessions will embody one or more of MidSchoolMath's core tenants of pedagogy (Need to Know, Effective Feedback, Deeper Learning, Including Story) and reflect the shift from traditional stand-and-deliver slide presentations to engaging interactions for meaningful, memorable learning.

Learn more and submit your session proposal by September 21, 2018 at!

Pre-Conference Workshop:

Mathematical Mindsets: Teaching Through Open, Creative Mathematics and Brain Science Messages

Join us on Thursday, February 28 for this special pre-conference workshop with Jo Boaler and Cathy Williams of YouCubed! Take advantage of this unique opportunity to learn from the leading experts on mathematical mindsets, exploring cutting-edge research along with best practices, creative exercises and more that you can can actually use with your students! You’ll also receive a free Mathematical Mindsets.

This workshop can be added to your conference registration for $150.

"Jo Boaler calls out the mindsets that can cripple a student's aptitude for math and ways to change them. More than just a replacement set of positive messages, [Mathematical Mindsets] elaborates practical, research-tested strategies for teaching, assessment, practice, and homework—all to help a student learn and love to learn mathematics."

—Dan Meyer, worker, learner, go-getter, writer, speaker


Conference Agenda

The Conference Agenda, with a detailed listing of Concurrent and General Sessions, is now live and is now available here! Registered attendees will receive access to sign up for sessions and create a personalized schedule in early January. Concurrent sessions are filled on a first-come, first-served basis by sign-up priority.

Conference activities will run from approximately 8:00 am to 5:00 pm on Friday and 8:00 am to 1:30 pm on Saturday, to ensure that a minimum of 10 contact hours of professional development will be provided. See faq for more information about contact hours.