2014 Conference Update

US Math Recovery Council® Membership,

We are pleased to announce the 2014 US Math Recovery® National Conference, "The Difference Is YOU In Transforming Numeracy Education", taking place in Austin, Texas on May 6-8, 2014, with pre-conference on May 5. Gather with mathematics educators interested in promoting research-based mathematics teaching and learning at the 2014 conference.

US Math Recovery® invites you to submit a speaker proposal to share topics, practices, and research in mathematics education with your colleagues at the conference. To submit a proposal, please find the "Call for Presenters" link on our website. The deadline for submissions is November 1, 2013. "The Difference is YOU", so you sharing your expertise is important to "Transforming Numeracy".

Dr. Jonathan Thomas and Dr. Pamela Tabor were featured in the August Newsletter recognizing their Linking Research and Practice Outstanding Publication Award for their article published in Teaching Children Mathematics, October 2012, "Developing Quantitative Mental Imagery." US Math Recovery Council® is pleased to announce that both Dr. Pamela Tabor and Dr. Jonathan Thomas will be Keynote Speakers at the 2014 Math Recovery® Conference and will also offer sessions at the pre-conference on May 5.

We are honored to also announce Pamela Weber Harris, author of Building Powerful Numeracy for Middle and High School Students, as a Keynote Speaker at the conference. Pam currently teaches at The University of Texas, and a K-12 mathematics educational consultant. You may look forward to a full conference program in early January.

Details on the conference program, registration and hotel reservations will be available on our website very soon. Please visit www.mathrecovery.org for all conference information and to complete a Conference Proposal. If you have any questions, please contact Lisa at lisaj@mathrecovery.org or call 952-683-1523.

We look forward to hearing from you.

Thank you for the difference you make in numeracy education and for supporting Math Recovery®'s mission.

The Conference Planning Committee

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