NCAMS, How to Make Math Count Conference, Sponsor

Caryl Lorandini
Thursday, January 22, 2022
Start Time: 8:00AM - 2:30 PM EDT
Math Educators
Molloy College - 1000 Hempstead Ave, Rockville Centre, NY 11570
$65.00 (Full time students or student teachers $45.00)

The How To Make Math Count K-8 conference, held at Molloy College, Rockville Centre, NY, on Thursday, January 13, 2022.

Join us for this special day, designed to meet the curriculum and assessment concerns of elementary and middle school teachers. Workshops include teacher-tested ideas, models, demonstrations, techniques, and hands-on activities that can be used in the classroom the very next day. We are fortunate to again have exhibitors so you will have an opportunity to speak with vendors and peruse materials.

This year we are thrilled to have leading mathematics educator Caryl Lorandini delivering the keynote address, “Why Not Me?” Caryl Lorandini, comes from our very own Long Island Mathematic Educators Hall of Fame. Caryl Lorandini is currently a High School teacher at Carle Place MSHS. She has taught a multitude of grades from Kindergarten to High School spending the majority of her teaching as a Middle School teacher. Her work as Past-President of NCMTA and AMTNYS, as well as a Board Member of NCAMS, LIMACON, and MOEMS spans over 20 years. She is a New York State Master Teacher Emeritus and a Nationally Board-Certified Teacher.

Come learn how to say, “Why not me?” Caryl will share her motivation and experiences that have led to a deeperunderstanding of student learning and a love of teaching.We are happy to offer online registration and payment. The cost is $65, (full-time students or student teachers).