SUM Conference

Join us on November 1-2, 2019 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 speaker is Robert Berry, president of the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics, and featured speakers Anne Schwartz, educator at Escondido Union High School, and Shauna Hedgepeth, consultant with Hedgepeth Consulting. For more information about this year’s keynote speakers, click here. If you are interested in facilitating a 30-, 60-, or 90-minute session, submit a proposal here.

Circle Drive Alliance Church
3035 Preston Avenue South
Saskatoon, Saskatchewan

$175 (early-bird – register before October 14), $220 (regular)
Registration includes lunch on Friday, coffee & snacks on Friday and Saturday

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