Speaking Requests

Speaker Requests

Virginia and Mike are both recognized leaders in education and present at major conferences and events throughout the world on a wide range of topics. If you have an event and would like to schedule one or both of them to speak please contact their assistant, Janet at jpaquett@mtholyoke.edu.

Mike’s Recent Sessions, Presentations, and Keynotes*:

  • Flynn, M. (2017). Teaching for understanding: Creating meaningful mathematical experiences for students. Keynote at the Arizona K-12 Annual Math Conference, Phoenix, AZ.
  • Flynn, M. (2017). Making use of structure on the path to procedural fluency. Session at the National Council for Teachers of Mathematics Annual Meeting, San Antonio, TX.
  • Flynn, M., Meyer, D., Champagne, Z. (2017). ShadowCon: Extending the conference experience. Featured session at the National Council for Teachers of Mathematics Annual Meeting, San Antonio, TX.
  • Flynn, M. (2017). Using robotics to engage young children in the standards for mathematical practice. Session at the National Council for Supervisors of Mathematics Annual Meeting, San Antonio, TX.
  • Flynn, M. (2017). Making use of structure on the path to procedural fluency. Session at the Association for Teachers of Mathematics in New England Spring Conference. Worcester, MA
  • Flynn, M. (2017). Problem-based learning in k – 12 classrooms. Session at the Teachers Development Group Annual Meeting, Portland, OR.
  • Flynn, M. (2017). Problem-based learning in 6 – 8 classrooms. Longmeadow School District, Longmeadow, MA
  • Flynn, M. (2017). Family math night. Westfield School District,Westfield, MA.
  • Flynn, M. (2017). Beyond Answers book release event. Odyssey Bookshop Author Series. South Hadley, MA
  • Flynn, M. (2017). Teaching for understanding: Creating meaningful mathematical experiences for students. Keynote for North Allegheny School District, Pittsburgh, PA
  • Flynn, M. (2016). Teaching for understanding: Creating meaningful mathematical experiences for students. Keynote for Mapleshade Elementary School, East Longmeadow, MA
  • Flynn, M. (2016). Moving past math magic in favor of mathematical reasoning. Session at National Council for Teachers of Mathematics Regional Meeting, Phoenix, AZ
  • Flynn, M., Meyer, D., Champagne, Z. (2016). ShadowCon: Extending the conference experience. Featured session at the National Council for Teachers of Mathematics Annual Meeting, San Francisco, CA.
  • Flynn, M. (2016). Beyond answers: Problem-based learning in K – 8 classrooms. Richmond Consolidated, Richmond, MA
  • Flynn, M. (2016). Problem-based learning in K – 5 classrooms. Morningside Community School, Pittsfield, MA
  • Flynn, M. (2016). Mathematical modeling: Mathematizing student experiences in the primary grades. Session at the National Council for Teachers of Mathematics Annual Meeting, San Francisco, CA.
  • Flynn, M. (2016). Virtual lesson studies: Connecting teachers for enhanced professional learning. Session at the National Council for Supervisors of Mathematics Annual Meeting, Oakland, CA.
  • Flynn, M. (2016). Virtual lesson studies: Connecting teachers for enhanced professional learning. Session at the National Council for Supervisors of Mathematics Annual Meeting, Oakland, CA.
  • Flynn, M. (2016). Virtual lesson studies: Connecting teachers for enhanced professional learning. Session at the Teachers Development Group Annual Meeting, Portland, OR.
  • Flynn, M. (2016). Virtual lesson studies: Connecting teachers for enhanced professional learning. Teaching and Learning Conference, Washington D.C.
  • Flynn, M. (2016). Creating meaningful STEM experiences for students. Keynote at the Network Connections Conference, Pittsburgh, PA
  • Flynn, M. (2016). Building procedural fluency from understanding. New Hingham Regional Elementary School, Goshen, MA
  • Flynn, M. (2016). Developing interactive classrooms to support meaningful mathematical practices. Abu Dhabi National Oil Company Schools. Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates.
  • Flynn, M. (2015). Using a 3-lens approach to professional learning in mathematics. Session a the National Council for Teachers of Mathematics Regional Conference, Nashville, TN.
  • Flynn, M. (2015). Virtual lesson studies: Connecting teachers for enhanced professional learning. Massachusetts Association of Colleges for Teacher Education Conference. Sturbridge, MA
  • Flynn, M. (2015). Building procedural fluency from understanding. Fort River Elementary School, Amherst, MA
  • Flynn, M. (2015). Using a 3-lens approach to professional learning in mathematics. Session a the National Council for Supervisors of Mathematics Annual Meeting, Boston, MA.
  • Flynn, M., Meyer, D., Champagne, Z. (2015). ShadowCon: Extending the conference experience. Underground session at the National Council for Teachers of Mathematics Annual Meeting, Boston, MA.
  • Flynn, M. (2015). Using a 3-lens approach to professional learning in mathematics. Session at the Teachers Development Group Annual Meeting, Portland, OR.
  • Flynn, M. (2015). Lifting the curtain on math magic in favor of mathematical reasoning. Session at the Teachers Development Group Annual Meeting, Portland, OR.

*Mike’s presentations and keynote addresses prior to 2015 are available upon request.

 

Virginia’s talks have included:

    • Investigating Addition and Subtraction Algorithms for Multi-digit Numbers with Number Lines, Diagrams, and Story Contexts: Greater San Diego Math Council Conference
    • Support Math Reasoning By Linking Arithmetic to Algebra Grades 2 to 5: Keynote at Greater San Diego Math Council
    • Interviewing Students to Learn About Their Algebraic Reasoning: NCTM Regional Conferences in Hartford and Chicago
    • If Multiplication is Not Just Repeated Addition, What is it? California Math Council, Palm Springs
    • Struggling to Keep Math at the Center: A Math Coach Reflects on Her Work: Teachers Development Group Annual Leadership Conference, Portland, OR
    • Examining Addition and Subtraction Algorithms: What Do Teachers Need to Know: Teachers Development Group Annual Leadership Conference, Portland, OR

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