Events Calendar

Below are events that Erikson’s Early Math Collaborative is involved with, either through hosting or by providing professional development, presentations, or other services. Events may require registration or membership to a specific professional organization. Please refer to the given links for specifics of each event.

Events List

Events related to ongoing projects may not appear in this calendar.

  • September 25, 2019

    Broadening Participation in STEM Webinar

    Online

    Collaborative Principal Investigator Dr. Jennifer McCray will join others in a discussion about increasing student participation in STEM programs.

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  • October 2, 2019

    Communication Counts: Supporting Mathematical Thinking Beginning at Birth

    Zero to Three Conference
    Fort Lauderdale, Florida

    Presenting lessons learned in five years of work in supporting ages 0-3 caregivers in deepening conceptual understanding of how from birth math is all around and identifying highly effective practices in their everyday interactions.

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  • November 15, 2019

    Promising Math

    Erikson Institute
    Chicago, IL

    Promising Math is a biennial conference bringing together stakeholders from across the country to share knowledge about the understanding, teaching, and learning of mathematics for children between birth and eight years.

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  • November 19, 2019

    Where’s the Math? - A Day with the Authors

    NAEYC Annual Pre-Conference Workshop
    Nashville, TN

    In this highly interactive all-day workshop, Mary Hynes-Berry and Laura Grandau will be guiding attendees in finding the math in 5 questions all children ask, which are highlighted in their new book: Where’s the Math: Books, Games, and Routines to Spark Children’s Thinking.

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  • November 20, 2019

    Let's Play Together! Games Engage ALL Children and Their Families in Math Thinking.

    NAEYC Annual Conference
    Nashville, TN

    (Spanish language track) Building foundational mathematical ideas through family engagement can powerfully support young children’s mathematical development. In this hands-on,minds-on session, we play math games and discuss using them to build and assess children’s number sense and engage families. Participants gain practical ideas to increase math access/engagement for children and their families.

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