WMC 52nd Annual Conference Registration Information

Join over 1,200 educators in Transformation through Collaboration at the WMC 52nd Annual Conference and Pre-Conference on May 6-8, 2020. Engage in innovative teaching strategies and network with peers as you learn high leverage teaching practices that will meet the learning needs of all students.

Each registration includes BOTH breakfast and lunch for each day you register.

   1-Day 2-Day 3-Day 
 Registration Rate  $150  $250  $350
 Undergrad Student Rate  $15  $30  $45

Online registration closes on April 28, 2020An additional fee of $10 will be added to on-site conference registration.

To register multiple participants at once, please review a 5-minute video for details.

School districts will receive one complimentary administrator registration for each teacher registered. The registration code will be provided in your teacher's confirmation email.


Register for the WMC Annual Conference

Lead Speaker Registration Portal

    Please email WMC at wmc@wismath.org or call us at (262) 437-0174 with any registration questions. 

    Pre-Conference Line Up May 6, 2020


    Dr. Christy Pettis, UW Riverfalls 

    Playing with Tens: Games and Activities to Build Number Sense (PK-2): Let's have fun building number sense! Come learn games and activities that support the development of number sense in early elementary, particularly around making tens. We will practice different ways of orchestrating classroom discussions in order to highlight the important mathematical thinking that is generated as students play with ideas. Ways to differentiate the games and activities to meet different learning needs will also be addressed.

    Pam Harris, Texas State University

    Math is Figureoutable! (General Interest): What does it mean for math to be figureoutable instead of rote-memorize-able? How do we build powerful mathematics in our students, from early grades through high school and beyond? In this lively session, Pam will lay out a progression of building increasingly sophisticated mathematical reasoning, one that informs your teaching at every level.

    Dr. Rachel Lambert,  University of California Santa Barbara

    Description coming soon

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