The Math Forum's Bridging Research and Practice(BRAP):  A powerful Collaborative Professional Development Model Publications and Presentations

Presentations and Conferences:
  • 2001 National Council of Teachers of Mathematics Pre-session:
    Understanding Design Elements of Informal Professional Development.
    Orlando, FL.

  • A brochure highlighting the videopaper and the BRAP project was shared with visitors to the Math Forum booth at the 2001 National Council of Teachers of Mathematics Annual Conference in Orlando, FL.

  • 2001 Pennsylvania Council of Teachers of Mathematics:
    Weaving Research & Practice to Encourage Mathematical Thinking & Classroom Discourse.
    Pittsburgh, PA.

  • 2001 GirlTECH:
    Expanding Your Horizons
    Houston, TX.

  • 2000 Siam Annual Meeting: "Building Mathematical Concepts Through Visualization."
    Puerto Rico.

  • 2000 NSF GK-12 Program Rice University Presentation: "Math in the Middle."
    Houston, TX.

  • The Math Forum's BRAP project was shared with a group at the University of Houston, TX, as an example of exemplary professional development model in a session entitled "Resources for Professional Development: Integrating Technology into K-12 Curriculum and Instruction."

  • The Cylinder problem and the BRAP project were shared at the NW Council of Teachers of Mathematics at Victoria, BC, at a presentation entitled "Mathematics on the Web, October 2000."

  • Boone, Susan. The Communication Revolution: Knowing You Are an Effective Teacher ENC Focus, To be published.

  • Koenig, Judith and Stein, Susan. How do I know I'm right?
    • Colorado Mathematics Teacher Newsletter. October 2000.
    • Association of Teachers of Mathematics of Philadelphia and Vicinity newsletter.
    • Puget Sound Council of Teachers of Mathematics. Spring 2001.

  • Lanius, Cynthia, Professional Development that Supports Integration of Technology. To be published.

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The vidopaper continues to be highlighted and linked throughout the Web, e.g.:
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