Uniquely Qualified Instructor
Leigh Nataro is a highly experienced secondary math educator, Desmos Certified Teacher and Fellow, and National Board Certified Teacher. She is a frequent presenter at local, state and national conferences, often speaking on best ways to use technology to increase student engagement in the math classroom. Leigh is passionate about equipping fellow secondary math teachers with innovative, practical tools and ideas they can immediately use in their classrooms.
Leigh is also passionate about helping educators discover the joy of learning mathematics that can happen when students use Desmos for exploration and creation. She is also the author of Making Best Use of DESMOS to Strengthen Your MATH Instruction, the extensive digital resource handbook each participant will receive at the seminar.
Join Leigh for an outstanding day full of specific ways you can get the most out of Desmos to strengthen your grades 6-12 math instruction.
What Your Colleagues Say About Your Presenter
"Such amazing resources for teaching students who struggle with math. The hands-on activities will support students' math understanding and skills."
Hyun Chul Choi, Math Teacher
"A day well spent! My understanding of Desmos and its many applications was much improved thanks to Leigh. She is an incredible instructor who is well versed in Desmos content. Thank you!"
Stephanie Callahan, Math Teacher
"Leigh had great ideas and resources that I can use immediately. I liked that she gave us time in breakout sessions to work with other teachers and play with what she taught us."
Cody McClave, Math Teacher
"I've been to a math tools seminar before where Desmos was presented but I still learned ALOT about Desmos. This was very helpful and gave me tools that I can use ASAP with my remote students."
Rebecca Peabody, Math Teacher
"This seminar was super informative. I came away with a better understanding of how to incorporate Desmos in my classroom to better engage my students. Though I was already using Desmos a ton in my classroom, there was alot that I was not aware was out there."
Lura Griffin, Math Teacher