

20182019
YoppEdwards, R., Ellis, M., Saldivar, G., Knight, L., & Navarro, N. (2019, April). Growing as Culturally Responsive Math Teachers: Working with Peers to Change Our Classrooms. National Council of Teachers of Mathematics Annual Meeting, San Diego, CA.
Ellis, M., Hurtado, C., & Yeh, C. (2019, April). Opening Pathways to Mathematics Success: Tasks and Routines that Promote Deep Learning for All. National Council of Teachers of Mathematics Annual Meeting, San Diego, CA.
Spykerman, J., Ellis, M., Chaudry, A., & Johnson, S. (2019, February). Culturally Responsive Mathematics Teaching: Our ATMALA Journey. Noyce Western Regional Conference. Tucson, AZ.
MartinezCruz, A., Ellis, M., Muramoto, S., & Gadea, R. (2019, February). Microcredentials for and by Teachers: From Learners to Leaders. Noyce Western Regional Conference. Tucson, AZ.
Ellis, M., Chen, A., Reed, A., & Ormseth, T. (2018, November 13). What Is Culturally Responsive Mathematics Teaching? Education Week webinar available from https://www.edweek.org/ew/webinars/mathwebinars.html
Ellis, M., & Waller, P. (2018, November). How Well Does My Lesson Engage Students in Deep Learning? California Mathematics CouncilSouth Annual Meeting. Palm Springs, CA.
20172018
Yeh, C., Ellis, M., & Hurtado, C. (2018, April). Juicy Tasks to Nourish Students’ Rational Number Reasoning. National Council of Teachers of Mathematics Annual Meeting, Washington, DC.
Ellis, M., Yeh, C., & Hurtado, C. (2018, April). “My Students Don’t Know How to Talk about Math”: Discourse Structures that Promote Student Engagement. National Council of Teachers of Mathematics Annual Meeting, Washington, DC.
Ellis, M. (2018, April 18). What Happens When Teachers Talk Less and Students Talk More in the Mathematics Classroom? Education Week webinar available from https://www.edweek.org/ew/webinars/mathwebinars.html
Martin, W. G., Ellis, M., Smith, W., Strutchens, M. (2018, February). Transforming Secondary Mathematics Teacher Preparation: A Networked Approach to Enacting the AMTE Standards. Association of Mathematics Teacher Educators Annual Conference, Houston, TX.
Yeh, C., Hurtado, C., & Ellis, M. (2017, November). Juicy Tasks to Nourish Students’ Mathematical Reasoning. California Mathematics CouncilSouth Annual Meeting. Palm Springs, CA.
Ellis, M., Yeh, C., & Hurtado, C. (2017, November). Juicy Tasks to Nourish Students’ Rational Number Reasoning. California Mathematics CouncilSouth Annual Meeting. Palm Springs, CA.
Ellis, M. (2017, November). What is Culturally Responsive Mathematics Teaching and Why Does it Matter? California Polytechnic University at San Luis Obispo, Department of Mathematics Colloquium Series.
Yeh, C., Ellis, M., & Hurtado, C. (2017, September). Reimagining the mathematics classroom. Author Talk webinar. National Council of Teachers of Mathematics. Available from http://nctm.adobeconnect.com/reimagining/event/event_info.html
Ellis, M. (2017, September). Cultivating rather than Weeding: What to Look for in 21st Century Mathematics Classrooms that Support Student Success K16. Mathematics Department Colloquia, University of Arizona. Tucson, AZ.
20162017
Ellis, M., & Meza, S. (2017, July). What is Culturally Responsive Mathematics Teaching and Why Does it Matter? NSF Noyce Conference. Washington, DC.
Ellis, M. (2017, July). Moving Mathematics Education into the 21st Century. Keynote for Summer Mathematics Institute. CoronaNorco Unified School District. Norco, CA.
Yeh, C., Ellis, M., & Hurtado, C. (2017, April). Juicy Tasks to Nourish Students’ Mathematical Reasoning. National Council of Teachers of Mathematics Regional Meeting. San Antonio, TX.
Ellis, M., Tran, N., MartinezCruz, A., Behseta, S., & Abdoli, M. (2017, February). The Effects of a Dual Language Program on Student Interest in STEM. National Association of Bilingual Education Annual Conference. Dallas, TX.
Ellis, M., Yeh, C., Morton, C., & Yow, J. (2017, February). Strategies for Preparing Teachers of Mathematics Who Understand and Address Issues of Equity and Access. Association of Mathematics Teacher Educators Annual Conference. Orlando, FL.
Ellis, M. & Junkin, C. (2016, November). Promoting Mathematical Discourse = Deeper Mathematics Learning. California Mathematics CouncilSouth Annual Meeting. Palm Springs, CA.
Ellis, M. (2016, November). Making Mathematics Familiar: Increasing Interest and Achievement through Cultural Relevance. National Council of Teachers of Mathematics Regional Meeting. Philadelphia, PA.
20152016
Reenvisioning Secondary Mathematics Teaching and Learning in the 21st Century. Ellis, M. (2016, August). CaPSPD Summer Math Institute. Redlands, CA.
Instructional Shifts in STEM. Ellis, M. (2016, May). CSU Fullerton Mathematics and Science Teacher Initiative. Fullerton, CA.
Envisioning a New Normal for Middle and High School Mathematics. Ellis, M. (2016, April 26). UCLA Mathematics Project. Torrance, CA.
How "Smarter" and how "Balanced" are the New Assessments in Mathematics? The Pitfalls and Possibilities of the Smarter Balanced Assessment System. Ellis, M. (2015, November). STEM Education, Economics, and Equity (SEEE) Seminar Series. University of San Diego.
Progressing with Fraction Understanding in the CCSS. Ellis, M. & Kim, J. (2015, November). California Mathematics Council  South. Palm Springs, CA.
California's Standards for Mathematics + Literacy. Ellis, M. (2015, September). Framed Speakers Conference. Fullerton School District, Fullerton, CA.
Envisioning a New Normal for School Mathematics: Learning with Understanding. Ellis, M. (2015, August). Community presentation at CM School Supply. Riverside, CA.
20142015
"We Must Stop Sorting Students": One Teacher's Experience with Detracking. Ellis, M. and Rhodes, D. (2015, April). National Council of Teachers of Mathematics Annual Meeting, Boston, MA.
Mastering the Most Challenging Math Standards with Rigorous Instruction. Ellis, M. (2015, March). Education Week webinar. [Free with registration.]
Envisioning a New Normal for Middle and High School Mathematics. Ellis, M. (2014, October). Orange County Mathematics Council Symposium. Orange, CA.
20132014
Putting the California Mathematics Standards into Practice: Focus on Rational Number. Ellis, M. (2014, August). Orange Unified School District Symposium, Orange, CA.
Promoting Mathematical Discourse. Ellis, M., Meza, S., & Yopp. R. (2014, April). National Council of Teachers of Mathematics Annual Meeting, New Orleans, LA.
Learning to Mentor Preservce Teachers in Urban Schools. Yopp, R., Ellis, M., and Quiroz, R. (2014, April). National Council of Teachers of Mathematics Annual Meeting, New Orleans, LA.
Critical race theory, mathematics education, and promising futures: A historical perspective. Berry, R. Q., Ellis, M., & Hughes, S. A. (2013, April). American Educational Research Association Annual Meeting, San Francisco, CA.
International perspectives on preparing mathematics teachers. Ellis, M., Miller, C., & Stapel, C. (2013, April). National Council of Teachers of Mathematics Annual Meeting, Denver, CO.
Learning to teach together: What worked in a coteaching project. Yopp, R. H., Ellis, M., Duarte, T., & Meza, S. (2013, April). National Council of Teachers of Mathematics Annual Meeting, Denver, CO.
Utilizing National Board Standards and National Board Certified Teachers in Higher Education. Ellis, M., & Street, C. (2013, March). Online webinar.
2012 and earlier (selected)
Examining the (not so) Common Core State Standards for Mathematical Practice. Ellis , M. (October 2011). National Council of Teachers of Mathematics Regional Meeting, Dallas, TX.
Eliciting Mathematical Reasoning with Digital Tools, Mark Ellis, NCTM Annual Conference, April 2012, Philadelphia, PA.
Why School Mathematics Makes No Sense, Ellis, M. (2011, April). NCSM Conference Ignite Session. Indianapolis, IN.
Unlocking Students' Potential, Mark Ellis and Jenny Kim, NCTM Conference, April 15, 2011 in Indianapolis, IN.
Certifying Teaching Excellence: National Board Certification, Mark Ellis, CMCS Palm Springs Conference, November 7, 2008
Developing Academic Language and Engaging English Learners in Mathematics, Mark Ellis and Helen Barney, NCTM Conference, April 10, 2008
YoppEdwards, R., Ellis, M., Saldivar, G., Knight, L., & Navarro, N. (2019, April). Growing as Culturally Responsive Math Teachers: Working with Peers to Change Our Classrooms. National Council of Teachers of Mathematics Annual Meeting, San Diego, CA.
Ellis, M., Hurtado, C., & Yeh, C. (2019, April). Opening Pathways to Mathematics Success: Tasks and Routines that Promote Deep Learning for All. National Council of Teachers of Mathematics Annual Meeting, San Diego, CA.
Spykerman, J., Ellis, M., Chaudry, A., & Johnson, S. (2019, February). Culturally Responsive Mathematics Teaching: Our ATMALA Journey. Noyce Western Regional Conference. Tucson, AZ.
MartinezCruz, A., Ellis, M., Muramoto, S., & Gadea, R. (2019, February). Microcredentials for and by Teachers: From Learners to Leaders. Noyce Western Regional Conference. Tucson, AZ.
Ellis, M., Chen, A., Reed, A., & Ormseth, T. (2018, November 13). What Is Culturally Responsive Mathematics Teaching? Education Week webinar available from https://www.edweek.org/ew/webinars/mathwebinars.html
Ellis, M., & Waller, P. (2018, November). How Well Does My Lesson Engage Students in Deep Learning? California Mathematics CouncilSouth Annual Meeting. Palm Springs, CA.
20172018
Yeh, C., Ellis, M., & Hurtado, C. (2018, April). Juicy Tasks to Nourish Students’ Rational Number Reasoning. National Council of Teachers of Mathematics Annual Meeting, Washington, DC.
Ellis, M., Yeh, C., & Hurtado, C. (2018, April). “My Students Don’t Know How to Talk about Math”: Discourse Structures that Promote Student Engagement. National Council of Teachers of Mathematics Annual Meeting, Washington, DC.
Ellis, M. (2018, April 18). What Happens When Teachers Talk Less and Students Talk More in the Mathematics Classroom? Education Week webinar available from https://www.edweek.org/ew/webinars/mathwebinars.html
Martin, W. G., Ellis, M., Smith, W., Strutchens, M. (2018, February). Transforming Secondary Mathematics Teacher Preparation: A Networked Approach to Enacting the AMTE Standards. Association of Mathematics Teacher Educators Annual Conference, Houston, TX.
Yeh, C., Hurtado, C., & Ellis, M. (2017, November). Juicy Tasks to Nourish Students’ Mathematical Reasoning. California Mathematics CouncilSouth Annual Meeting. Palm Springs, CA.
Ellis, M., Yeh, C., & Hurtado, C. (2017, November). Juicy Tasks to Nourish Students’ Rational Number Reasoning. California Mathematics CouncilSouth Annual Meeting. Palm Springs, CA.
Ellis, M. (2017, November). What is Culturally Responsive Mathematics Teaching and Why Does it Matter? California Polytechnic University at San Luis Obispo, Department of Mathematics Colloquium Series.
Yeh, C., Ellis, M., & Hurtado, C. (2017, September). Reimagining the mathematics classroom. Author Talk webinar. National Council of Teachers of Mathematics. Available from http://nctm.adobeconnect.com/reimagining/event/event_info.html
Ellis, M. (2017, September). Cultivating rather than Weeding: What to Look for in 21st Century Mathematics Classrooms that Support Student Success K16. Mathematics Department Colloquia, University of Arizona. Tucson, AZ.
20162017
Ellis, M., & Meza, S. (2017, July). What is Culturally Responsive Mathematics Teaching and Why Does it Matter? NSF Noyce Conference. Washington, DC.
Ellis, M. (2017, July). Moving Mathematics Education into the 21st Century. Keynote for Summer Mathematics Institute. CoronaNorco Unified School District. Norco, CA.
Yeh, C., Ellis, M., & Hurtado, C. (2017, April). Juicy Tasks to Nourish Students’ Mathematical Reasoning. National Council of Teachers of Mathematics Regional Meeting. San Antonio, TX.
Ellis, M., Tran, N., MartinezCruz, A., Behseta, S., & Abdoli, M. (2017, February). The Effects of a Dual Language Program on Student Interest in STEM. National Association of Bilingual Education Annual Conference. Dallas, TX.
Ellis, M., Yeh, C., Morton, C., & Yow, J. (2017, February). Strategies for Preparing Teachers of Mathematics Who Understand and Address Issues of Equity and Access. Association of Mathematics Teacher Educators Annual Conference. Orlando, FL.
Ellis, M. & Junkin, C. (2016, November). Promoting Mathematical Discourse = Deeper Mathematics Learning. California Mathematics CouncilSouth Annual Meeting. Palm Springs, CA.
Ellis, M. (2016, November). Making Mathematics Familiar: Increasing Interest and Achievement through Cultural Relevance. National Council of Teachers of Mathematics Regional Meeting. Philadelphia, PA.
20152016
Reenvisioning Secondary Mathematics Teaching and Learning in the 21st Century. Ellis, M. (2016, August). CaPSPD Summer Math Institute. Redlands, CA.
Instructional Shifts in STEM. Ellis, M. (2016, May). CSU Fullerton Mathematics and Science Teacher Initiative. Fullerton, CA.
Envisioning a New Normal for Middle and High School Mathematics. Ellis, M. (2016, April 26). UCLA Mathematics Project. Torrance, CA.
How "Smarter" and how "Balanced" are the New Assessments in Mathematics? The Pitfalls and Possibilities of the Smarter Balanced Assessment System. Ellis, M. (2015, November). STEM Education, Economics, and Equity (SEEE) Seminar Series. University of San Diego.
Progressing with Fraction Understanding in the CCSS. Ellis, M. & Kim, J. (2015, November). California Mathematics Council  South. Palm Springs, CA.
California's Standards for Mathematics + Literacy. Ellis, M. (2015, September). Framed Speakers Conference. Fullerton School District, Fullerton, CA.
Envisioning a New Normal for School Mathematics: Learning with Understanding. Ellis, M. (2015, August). Community presentation at CM School Supply. Riverside, CA.
20142015
"We Must Stop Sorting Students": One Teacher's Experience with Detracking. Ellis, M. and Rhodes, D. (2015, April). National Council of Teachers of Mathematics Annual Meeting, Boston, MA.
Mastering the Most Challenging Math Standards with Rigorous Instruction. Ellis, M. (2015, March). Education Week webinar. [Free with registration.]
Envisioning a New Normal for Middle and High School Mathematics. Ellis, M. (2014, October). Orange County Mathematics Council Symposium. Orange, CA.
20132014
Putting the California Mathematics Standards into Practice: Focus on Rational Number. Ellis, M. (2014, August). Orange Unified School District Symposium, Orange, CA.
Promoting Mathematical Discourse. Ellis, M., Meza, S., & Yopp. R. (2014, April). National Council of Teachers of Mathematics Annual Meeting, New Orleans, LA.
Learning to Mentor Preservce Teachers in Urban Schools. Yopp, R., Ellis, M., and Quiroz, R. (2014, April). National Council of Teachers of Mathematics Annual Meeting, New Orleans, LA.
Critical race theory, mathematics education, and promising futures: A historical perspective. Berry, R. Q., Ellis, M., & Hughes, S. A. (2013, April). American Educational Research Association Annual Meeting, San Francisco, CA.
International perspectives on preparing mathematics teachers. Ellis, M., Miller, C., & Stapel, C. (2013, April). National Council of Teachers of Mathematics Annual Meeting, Denver, CO.
Learning to teach together: What worked in a coteaching project. Yopp, R. H., Ellis, M., Duarte, T., & Meza, S. (2013, April). National Council of Teachers of Mathematics Annual Meeting, Denver, CO.
Utilizing National Board Standards and National Board Certified Teachers in Higher Education. Ellis, M., & Street, C. (2013, March). Online webinar.
2012 and earlier (selected)
Examining the (not so) Common Core State Standards for Mathematical Practice. Ellis , M. (October 2011). National Council of Teachers of Mathematics Regional Meeting, Dallas, TX.
Eliciting Mathematical Reasoning with Digital Tools, Mark Ellis, NCTM Annual Conference, April 2012, Philadelphia, PA.
Why School Mathematics Makes No Sense, Ellis, M. (2011, April). NCSM Conference Ignite Session. Indianapolis, IN.
Unlocking Students' Potential, Mark Ellis and Jenny Kim, NCTM Conference, April 15, 2011 in Indianapolis, IN.
Certifying Teaching Excellence: National Board Certification, Mark Ellis, CMCS Palm Springs Conference, November 7, 2008
Developing Academic Language and Engaging English Learners in Mathematics, Mark Ellis and Helen Barney, NCTM Conference, April 10, 2008