NCTM Annual Conference

October 25-27
Washington, DC

NCSM Annual Conference

October 28-31
Washington, DC


Join Savvas and Experience the Best! #SavvyMathEducator

Welcome, math educators! At Savvas Learning Company, we recognize that engaged students are more inspired to learn, which in turn positively impacts their academic growth. Our math solutions for Grades K-12 put students at the center of their learning with interactive content and real-world experiences. Our evidence-based, easy-to-implement programs support teachers with what they need to personalize instruction and help all students achieve.

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Experience Fun Booth Activities and Games!

Visit us at NCTM Booth #601 and NCSM Booth #202 to learn more about our award-winning math solutions including the enVision® series. Help us celebrate the launch of our new K-8 math program, Experience Math, developed by educator, author, and thought leader Dr. Marian Small.

Plus, Marian and AP® Precalculus authors Greg Foley and Dan Kennedy will be visiting our booth at NCTM - stop by to say hello and grab a signed book!


win a free t-shirt

Our NCTM claw machine is back and filled with exciting prizes. Be among the first to attend one of our workshops for a chance to win a t-shirt.

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NCTM Mix and Mingle Reception with Dr. Marian Small!
Thursday, October 26

Join us at Cuba Libre restaurant! Enjoy refreshments, connect with fellow educators, and meet Marian Small, author of the new Experience Math. Contributing author Graham Fletcher will also make a special appearance. We hope you can join us! Space is limited so register early.


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Graham Fletcher


NCTM | Annual California Breakfast with Graham Fletcher

Friday, October 27 | 7:00 a.m. | University of DC Room (M1). Marriott Marquis

This event is a great opportunity to network with fellow mathematics educators and to celebrate the empowerment of the mathematics community. Your presence supports the CMC Student Activity Trust Fund (SATF), which provides grants for K-12 activities in mathematics for students.


Marian Small


Building Teacher Capacity and Teacher Confidence
Sponsored Lunch Session with Dr. Marian Small, author of Experience Math

Sunday, October 29 | 11:45 a.m. | Rock Creek Ballroom

Inspired by her decades-long math coaching career, Dr. Marian Small used her expertise in mathematics to help countless teachers build their capacity and build their confidence in teaching mathematics. Marian has witnessed how a more confident teacher results in a more engaged and productive classroom where student ideas drive the learning and teachers use intentional teaching and thoughtful questions to enrich student understanding. During this luncheon, Marian will share her experience and how she has found success in inspiring K-12 math teachers.


Interactive Workshops

Join Savvas-sponsored, interactive workshops for ideas and strategies that make math more engaging and drive math achievement.


NCTM Sessions

Open Questions, Open Minds
Thursday, October 26 | 8:00 a.m. | Room: 143C | Kurt Whited, Savvas

Join us for this interactive workshop on open questions and discover how open questions help all students find a seat at the math table. You’ll learn how to create and implement open questions to build on that innate curiosity, giving it an openness to grow and flourish.

An All-Access Pass to Meaningful Math
Thursday, October 26 | 4:00 p.m. | Room 158AB | Heather Sander, Savvas

Let's investigate open tasks that invite all students into the math. The book, 5 Practices for Orchestrating Productive Mathematics Discussions by Smith and Stein, 2nd Edition* encourages all students to work at levels that are appropriately challenging for them, within the content in their grade. Discover how to make this happen with ease in your classroom and have some fun while we are at it.

Creating Richer Math Conversations
Friday, October 27 | 8:00 a.m. | Room 143C | Dr. Marian Small, author of Experience Math

We know students learn through more conversation. Conversations build mathematical reasoning skills, so that students don't simply know how to do math, but also how to communicate mathematically with their teachers and peers. But how do you facilitate good conversations? In this workshop, we will discuss replicable strategies to help facilitate meaningful math conversations in your classroom as soon as your next class period.


NCSM Sessions

Making Gains with a High-Quality, Equitable Design for Math Instruction
Sunday, October 29 | 8:15 a.m. | Room 8 | Leanne Daughtry, Johnston County School District, and Linda Cordes, Savvas

In this session, learn how a North Carolina school district became the only district in its state to show a significant decrease in mathematics underperformance. Through strategic decision making, strong leadership, and collaboration with the school community, it developed a new design for instruction that ensures each student receives equitable access to high-quality resources and that each of its teachers feels empowered to deliver effective, rigorous instruction through a comprehensive plan for professional development.

Open Questions, Open Minds
Monday, October 30 | 11:15 a.m. | Room 8 | Jenna Harden, Savvas

Join us for this interactive workshop on open questions and discover how open questions help all students find a seat at the math table. You’ll learn how to create and implement open questions to build on that innate curiosity, giving it an openness to grow and flourish.


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