Conference activities will run from 8:00 am through 5:00 pm on Friday, March 1 and 8:00 am through 1:30 pm Saturday, March 2. The optional pre-conference workshop (additional fees apply) will run from 8:00 am to 4 pm on Thursday, March 1. A detailed agenda, with details on concurrent sessions, will be released in Fall of 2018. Session sign-up will open to registered attendees in January 2019.
Yes! The MidSchoolMath Conference is designed bring together a diverse audience of educators. Teachers from district-run public schools, public charter schools and private schools that use a variety of models including traditional school environments, magnet schools, blended learning programs and online virtual schools are ALL welcome and encouraged to attend!
Yes, the Conference is specifically focused on ways to transform math education in ways that align with and emphasize the Common Core State Standards for grades 5, 6, 7 and 8. If you are from a private school or state that does not follow the CCSS, you will still find many relevant sessions on topics typically covered in these grades.
The Conference is primarily designed for middle school teachers. However all educational professionals who work with middle school math curriculum and pedagogy are welcome to attend and will find many sessions of interest! This includes curriculum supervisors, state department of education staff, faculty who teach in education programs at colleges and universities, and students who are currently earning an undergraduate or graduate degree in education, and even out-of-school time program coordinators.
Your registration fee includes all conference sessions, activities and programs, as well as daily snacks. It does not include lodging, travel costs, meals or parking fees.
We do not offer a single-day registration option. As one of the goals of the conference is to create a community that engages in classroom innovations, we encourage attendees to take part in both days of the program.
MidSchoolMath will provide all verified attendees with a certificate of conference attendance, which will typically meet the requirements to show proof of taking part in a professional development program or training. If your state has more specific requirements, please contact email@example.com to discuss, and we will do our best to meet these guidelines. Continuing Education Units may be available (additional fee applies) – contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
The Conference is planned and organized by MidSchoolMath, and is just one of the ways we strive to be a catalytic agent of change in math classrooms. Learn more about MidSchoolMath.
Please note our cancellation policy:
Cancellation requests must be made by Friday, February 8, 2019. Cancellations must be made, in writing, via email to email@example.com. For cancellation notices received by February 8, 2019, registration fees paid (to date) will be refunded, less a $75 processing fee. Refunds will be processed via the original payment method and are typically processed within two weeks, or less, of the date requested.
Refunds are not available for no-shows, late arrivals, early departures or any cancellations made after Friday, February 8, 2019.
Substitutions may be made, at no cost, at any time. Email firstname.lastname@example.org to request a substitution.
Inclement weather policy: MidSchoolMath will not cancel the conference due to inclement weather. If an attendee is unable to attend due to severe weather conditions on the attendee’s end, please notify email@example.com or call 575-224-1480. A credit in the amount paid will be issued for use at future MidSchoolMath Conferences (or MidSchoolMath services); documentation may be requested. If inclement weather in Santa Fe coincides with the conference, the Convention Center and City Services are prepared for the Conference to start on-time. We encourage attendees staying at Santa Fe hotels to walk and shuttle to the conference center each day, regardless of weather.
Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or 575-737-8446.