NCTM Annual Meeting  Meet the Math Forum Staff  Booth 1319
http://mathforum.org/workshops/nctm2007/
Are you visiting Atlanta in March for the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics 85th Annual Meeting?
Plan to attend our sessions:
Thursday 12:30  1:30
Session 206
Technology Is the Plate!: Tools That Enhance Elementary Problem Solving
Claire Mead
Friday 8:30  10:00
Session 436
Good Problems: Moving with Multiple Representations to Algebraic Reasoning
Stephen Weimar and Steve Risberg
Friday 12:30  1:30
Session 570
The Math Forum's tPoWs: Using a Variety of Mathematical Representations
Suzanne Alejandre and Cynthia Lanius
Friday 3:30  4:30
Session 719
Algebra Readiness through Multiple Representations  Technology Style
Annie Fetter
NCSM Annual Conference  Display Table No. 12
http://mathforum.org/workshops/nctm2007/index.ncsm.html
Coming early to Atlanta to attend the National Council of Supervisors of Mathematics 39th Annual Conference Monday, March 19 through Wednesday, March 21?
Meet the Math Forum staff at the Sponsor Display Area in the Georgia World Congress Center (B302  B304) all day Monday or Tuesday.
Plan to attend our sessions:
Tuesday 4:00  5:00
Professional Development that Builds Teachers' Algebraic Reasoning
Cynthia Lanius and Suzanne Alejandre
Wednesday 8:15  9:45
Assessment that Guides Instruction Using Writing with Problem Solving
Stephen Weimar and Annie Fetter
Geocadabra
http://www.omdeschool.nl/geocadabra_english_start.htm
Ton Lecluse's Geocadabra is dynamic geometry software that supports students learning 2D and 3D geometry, functions and curves (with analysis), and probability.
Areas of Lecluse's site include:
 Introduction
 The construction box
 Plane geometry
 Investigating a section
 Investigating a function
 Drawing in perspective
 A probability tree
 The calculator
 Getting a taste of the licensed version
 Downloads
 Register
The software was developed in The Netherlands, and is available in Dutch and English. Some English documentation and a free demo version are available. Windows only.
View the catalogued page of Geocadabra in Math Tools here:
http://mathforum.org/mathtools/tool/15496/
We welcome you to rate, review, and/or discuss this tool.
