Registration & Conference Information

PRE-REGISTRATION IS NOW CLOSED.  You can still register for the conference on-site in Green Lake!

Want more info about the conference?  Check out conference highlights, special meetings and events, tips and tidbits and pointers for first time attendees.

Program Information

Pre-Conference  Space is limited so register today!  Click here for more information.
  • WE ARE NO LONGER TAKING REGISTRATIONS-WORKSHOP IS FULL! The Mindset Revolution: Teaching Mathematics for a Growth Mindset, led by Dr. Jo Boaler
  • Teaching Like a Techie, led by Kevin Krenz

IGNITE speakers confirmed  Speakers for the popular IGNITE session, on Wednesday evening, include:  Karim, Ani, Sandy Atkins, Jennifer Bay-Williams, Jennifer Kosiak, Calvin Irons, Eli Luberoff, Kevin McLeod, Mary Mooney & Michelle Parks

Check out the conference program booklet!  Please note that information is subject to change, and cancellations or changes will be posted during the conference.

Conference Booklet.pdf


Not sure where to stay in Green Lake? Consider staying at the Green Lake Conference Center or at an area hotel/motel.  Click here for driving directions.

Pi Run

Learn more about the Pi Run.

Graduate Credit

Graduate credit is being offered through UW-La Crosse.  You can earn one graduate credit by attending the conference and completing follow up assignments.  Click here for the course syllabus and to download the registration form.


Keynote Speakers
  Timothy D. Kanold, Ph.D., is an award-winning educator, author, and consultant. He is former director of mathematics and science and served as superintendent of Adlai E. Stevenson High School District 125, a model professional learning community district in Lincolnshire, Illinois.  Dr. Kanold is committed to equity and excellence for students, faculty, and school administrators. He conducts highly motivational professional development leadership seminars worldwide with a focus on turning school vision into realized action that creates greater equity for students through the effective delivery of professional learning communities for faculty and administrators.   Dr. Kanold’s keynote is made possible through the generous support of Houghton Mifflin Harcourt.
  Karim Ani is the Founder of Mathalicious. A former middle school math teacher, he thought there should be a better way to teach and learn math. Mathalicious is transforming the way math is taught by providing middle and high school teachers with the most relevant, engaging, and effective math lessons anywhere. Mathalicious designs lessons around real-world topics that students care about, from sports to technology to health & wellness. This contextual approach helps students make sense of the math, and develop both conceptual understanding and procedural fluency. Karim taught eighth grade math in Virginia and New York City before becoming a middle school math coach. Karim has degrees from Stanford University & UVA, and thinks that Socrates will always be a better teacher than C3P0.

  Sandy Atkins, Ph. D., is the Executive Director of Creating AHAs, LLC. An inspiring speaker, Dr. Atkins is committed to finding those ‘aha moments’ when mathematical connections are made by teachers and students. Her sessions are thought provoking and practical.
An educator for over 25 years, Dr. Atkins has extensive experience at the elementary to university levels. She received her Ph.D. from Florida State University in 1992 and has since focused on turning research into practice. With particular interest in effective mathematical intervention, she currently works with school districts across the United States in developing conceptual understandings, or creating ahas, for mathematics teachers and students in grades K-8.


Jennifer Bay-Williams, Ph.D., is a mathematics teacher, educator, leader and author from the University of Louisville (Kentucky). She has taught elementary, middle, and high school in Missouri and Peru.  Her books include Elementary and Middle School Mathematics: Teaching Developmentally, Teaching Student-Centered Mathematics, Mathematics Coaching: Resources and Tools for Coaches and Other Leaders, Essential Understandings of Addition and Subtraction and Mathematics and Literature: Grades 6-8.  Jennifer has also written many articles on teaching and learning in NCTM journals. She is currently a member of the NCTM Board of Directors, and has previously been a member of the TODOS Board of Directors and Secretary and President for the Association of Mathematics Teacher Educators (AMTE).


Jo Boaler, Ph.D., is a Professor of Mathematics Education at Stanford University.  She is also the editor of the Research Commentary Section of The Journal for Research in Mathematics Education (JRME), an analyst for PISA testing in the OECD, and author of the first MOOC on mathematics teaching and learning. Her PhD won the national award for educational research in the UK and her book: Experiencing School Mathematics won the 'Outstanding Book of the Year' award for education in Britain. She is the author of seven books and numerous research articles. Her latest books What’s Math Got To Do With It? (2009) published by Penguin, USA and The Elephant in the Classroom (2010)  published by Souvenir Press, UK, both aim to increase public understanding of the importance of good mathematics teaching. She recently formed to give teachers and parents the resources and ideas they need to inspire and excite students about mathematics.

  Rosemary Irons, BA, MSEd, is a consultant and curriculum developer for mathematics education specializing in early childhood. She has advised teachers on mathematics curricula in Australia, United States of America and Singapore. Rosemary was a Senior Lecturer in Mathematics Education at the Queensland University of Technology for over 35 years and has written a wide range of innovative and practical classroom resources to help young children build their mathematical understanding. Rosemary conducts seminars for teachers and presents at mathematics education conferences around the world.

  Eli Luberoff, CEO, Desmos, began his programming life on his TI-83 graphing calculator in elementary school, culminating with a working version of Monopoly which was destroyed when he removed the backup battery by accident. He began working on the software that would become during a year-long hiatus from Yale University in 2007, returning to graduate summa cum laude with degrees in Math and Physics in 2009. Eli was also selected by Bloomberg Businessweek as one of the top 25 entrepreneurs under 25 in 2011.

Speaker Change   Genni Steele is currently a Director of Professional Learning at Math Solutions. Genni designs and provides K-8 professional development for district-level administrators, school-based math leadership teams, and teachers across the country. She has provided training and support to many school districts as they implement new mathematics curricula. Genni has been a mathematics educator for 22 years. She has taught both middle and high school mathematics, with the last 12 years dedicated to middle school in White Bear Lake, Minnesota. Genni is a National Board certified teacher in early adolescence mathematics, and has received the Presidential Award for Mathematics and Science Teaching Secondary Mathematics.

  Ms. Steele’s keynote is made possible through the generous support of Scholastic Education, Math Solutions.

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