We have an inservice day on November 5th in which I'll have about half the day to work with the math teachers (it's so weird not to include myself in that list... and to be the planner!).
My general thoughts are to give people exposure to websites and tools that could help them. I don't want to get too content-specific because we'll have everyone from 7th grade to AP Calc and I'd hate to leave anyone out.
My initial plan
Flipping a classroom
(These are two topics that produced a lot of interest from a survey we did.) I'd love to be able to Skype someone in to talk about how they flip. We'll see about that.
I put together a quick survey and sent it out to the teachers to see what tools, resources, tweeters, and blogs they like so that we can get a collection of ideas attached to people who use them. That will be good, right?
One of the activities that we did at Twitter Math Camp was a session called "My Favorites". It ranged from questioning to marshmallow guns to classroom management. As a last question on my survey to the teachers, I asked if they would be willing to do a "My Favorite". It would be a short little 2 - 3 minute, informal talk about something that works for them in class. Over half of the people who have responded so far have said no.
I guess I'm so used to the twitter community, who shares everything, that I forget that it doesn't always work that way.