What I enjoyed most about TMC NYC was that it was small gathering of teachers, but nonetheless a very diverse group. I had the opportunity to do some fun math, explore instructional routines, and hear from teachers whose classroom structures and philosophies are very different from my own. I always like hearing from teachers with different perspectives because it helps me rethink my own classroom practices or confirms to me that what I already do is right for my students.
Didn't get to join us for TMC NYC 2016? Session info and resources available online: https://nyctmc.wordpress.com/sessions/
I ran a session on the statistical investigation process using commute times as a context.
My slides and links are available on the TMC NYC website – Commute Times: From Statistical Questions to Conclusions
Teachers, if you haven't done so already, please complete my brief survey on your commute time: http://goo.gl/EScgsG. I will be using these data for a project in the near future.
A big thanks to David Wees, Michael Pershan, Carl Oliver, and Leah Segal for organizing (and New Visions for allowing us to use their space).