|Teachers confer in literacy to provide responsive, differentiated instruction. But what does it look like to confer in math? How can brief interactions make a difference in student thinking, engagement in math practices, and collaboration? We’ll examine conditions for conferring and its core components: eliciting, probing, and nudging student thinking. Using videos and transcripts of conferring, we’ll investigate five types of nudges that you can use to advance student thinking in the moment.