SUM Conference

Join us on November 2-3, 2018 in Saskatoon for two days packed with professional learning opportunities!

The Saskatchewan Understands Math (SUM) conference is for mathematics educators teaching in Grades K-12 and all levels of educational leadership interested in mathematics curriculum, instruction, number sense, problem-solving, culturally responsive teaching, and technology integration, and will bring together international and local facilitators to work in meaningful ways with participants in a variety of formats.

This year, SUM is proud to welcome keynote speakers Lisa Lunney-Borden of St. Francis Xavier University and Mary Bourassa of Ottawa-Carleton District School Board. For more information about this year’s keynote speaker, click here. If you are interested in facilitating a 30-, 60-, or 90-minute session, submit a proposal here.

Location
Circle Drive Alliance Church
3035 Preston Avenue South
Saskatoon, Saskatchewan

Cost
$165 (early-bird – register before September 28), $210 (regular), $40 (student)
Registration includes lunch on Friday, coffee & snacks on Friday and Saturday

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