Meet the Math Forum Staff  NCTM Booth 1319 and NCSM Table 12
http://mathforum.org/workshops/nctm2007/exhibit.html
Meet the Math Forum staff at Table 12 in NCSM's Display Area and also in the NCTM Exhibit Hall at Booth 1319 (a prime number!) and learn more about:
 Our dragon fractal logo
 Problems and Puzzles Memberships
Write Math with the Math Forum
Current Problems of the Week
Problems of the Week Library
 Mentoring Programs
 Math Tools
 Ask Dr. Math
 The Online Mentoring Project for teacher education
 Online Workshops for Teachers of:
Grades 59: Using Technology and Problem
Solving to Build Algebraic Reasoning
Grades 35: Tools for Building Math Concepts
 Math Forum Internet News
 Virtual Math Teams
View sample copies of our Dr. Math book series:
 Dr. Math Gets You Ready for Algebra
 Dr. Math Explains Algebra
 Dr. Math Introduces Geometry
 Dr. Math Presents More Geometry
Enter our drawing to win a prize. Drawings will be held at 4:00 PM Thursday and Friday and 11:00 AM Saturday. Winners will have their choice of:
Problems of the Week Class Membership
Set of four Dr. Math books
Solve a Problem of the Day for a chance to win a Problems of the Week Individual Membership or one of our Dr. Math books.
Plan to attend our sessions:
http://mathforum.org/workshops/nctm2007/ http://mathforum.org/workshops/nctm2007/index.ncsm.html
Math Awareness Month (MAM)
http://mathaware.org/
The theme of Mathematics Awareness Month 2007 is Mathematics and the Brain.
Mathematics Awareness Month (MAM) provides the mathematical sciences community with opportunities for promoting the importance and versatility of mathematics, and its relationships to our daily lives.
View these pages on their site:
 Resources
Announcement
Theme Essays
Theme Poster
Committee
Sample Press Release
Related Resources
Linking Icons
 Activities
View Activities
Submit Your Activity
 General Information
About MAM
About JPBM
Publicizing MAM
Terms of Use
Math Scientific Calculator
http://www.mathopenref.com/calculator.html
John Page has recently added a math scientific calculator as a resource to his Math Open Reference site. Click the link "Show Maximum Size" to display in full screen mode, which expands the calculator to the largest size that will fit your computer's display  handy for use in a classroom with a projector.
Information on his page includes:
 Instructions
 Functions
 Arithmetic operators
 Constants
 The ANS button
 Decimal places displayed
 Automatic features
 Unary minus
 Full screen mode
