By , September 20, 2016 6:43 am

#MTSPDDAY this year is October 21, 2016. Please click on the Eventbrite link for more information! If you have problems with registration, please email Michelle at or Lara at . Thank you!

We are so lucky to have booked Marian Small, Author and International Professional Development Consultant for Improved Mathematics Education for our 2016 conference! Please see her website here: 


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6 Responses to “MTSPDDAY 2016”

  1. Sadia says:

    I am registering with MA114 session(morning). Is there any possibility to register with any of theses sessions MA-105, MA–212, MA-203?

    • Michelle Adolph says:

      Hello Sadia!

      Those sessions are already full but we have some wonderful afternoon sessions that still have room left! If you are looking for hands-on experiences, we have sessions 206,209,or 211. We also have Robo-Librarians and our large group math session with Marian Small as suggestions. We even have Accent furniture coming to demonstrate about different learning environments! We hope you can find an alternative session that you will enjoy as it will be a pretty amazing day!


  2. Gloria Dueck says:

    I am wanting to register for the AM MA-114 Integrating Technology into Early Years Literacy and MA-201 Making Math Work in a Multi-age Classroom for the afternoon session.

    • Michelle Adolph says:

      Hello there! I have just sent you an email about the options we have for registration. We do have online through Eventbrite or we can register together via email or by phone with a credit card. I hope this helps!

  3. Rhonda says:

    Is there anyway to get into Still Loving Math Stations?

    • Michelle Adolph says:

      Hello Rhonda!

      That session is full but we do have plenty of room in our large group math sessions with Marian Small! We strongly suggest taking one or both of her sessions as she is a leading speaker on math in Canada and is known world-wide!

      Have a great day,

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