In This Issue
Grants, Scholarships, and Awards
Summer Workshops for Math Teachers
Whyslopes.Com Updated
Online PD
Free:
Orientation Sessions
Paid:
Problem Based Learning Courses
Graduate Credit:
Mathematics Teaching and Learning Certificate
Master's Degree


Grants, Scholarships, and Awards
http://www.nctm.org/resources/content.aspx?id=198
Apply now for these grants, scholarships, and awards from the
Mathematics Education Trust (MET):

PreK8 Preservice Teacher Action Research Grants

Professional Development Scholarship Emphasizing the
History of Mathematics

Program of Mathematics Study & Active
Professionalism Grants

Prospective Middle School Mathematics Teacher Course
Work Scholarships

Prospective 712 Secondary Teacher Course Work Scholarships

School InService Training Grants
Established 36 years ago by the National Council of Teachers of
Mathematics (NCTM), MET channels the generosity of contributors
through the creation and funding of grants, awards, honors, and
other projects that support the improvement of mathematics
teaching and learning.
The deadline to apply for the opportunities listed above is
Friday, 4 May.

PoW taking place: math problemsolving moment of the week

"It was neat to see all the different ways that people thought
about this problem, and all the successful solutions.
Congratulations to the nine students whose work is shown here.
Well done!"

 Riz, commenting on the FunPoW's Latest Solution

http://mathforum.org/pows/solution.htm?publication=4053
Summer Workshops for Math Teachers
http://www.CenterForInnovativeTeaching.org/
The Center for Innovative Teaching has announced its summer
weekend workshops. Taking place at the Urban School of San
Francisco and at Chapin School, in New York, math
offerings include

HandsOn Geometry: Kinesthetic, handson, and electronic
activities to make geometry more accessible, deeper, and
more fun

Visual Algebra: Visual, manipulative, and technological
approaches to increase access, challenge, and variety

Reimagining High School Mathematics: Rethinking pedagogy,
learning tools, curriculum, and assessment in the context
of one's actual students, consistent with one's school
values and mission
Special for subscribers of the Math Forum Internet News: get a
5% discount by using the code MATH2012.
This discount can only be combined with the early
bird discount.

Now taking place: math education conversation of the hour

"I was wondering if any schools out there make an effort to
prevent students from using notes or programs added to their
calculators. Do any of you have a process in place, or do you
simply warn the kids not to cheat and assume they are
not cheating?"

 Rolf, posted to the apstat discussion

http://mathforum.org/kb/message.jspa?messageID=7794767
Whyslopes.Com Updated
http://whyslopes.com/index.php/0400Secondary_Mathematics__A_Practical_Approach/
Alan Selby has added a new section to his site, entitled
"Secondary Mathematics for Ages 11+, a Practical Approach."
"Secondary Mathematics" provides a coherent guide to technical
innovations that simplify the learning and teaching of
arithmetic and number theory practices, elementary and
advanced algebra, elementary and advanced geometry. The new
section ends with two calculus previews with a description of
a light calculus course, more descriptive than deductive, aimed
at introducing the key ideas in differential and integral
calculus. The appendix "Calculus with Proofs for the Keen or
Gifted" describes how to reform calculus.
To better reflect his site's extent and intent, Selby has also
rechristened his site — originally called "Appetizers and
Lessons for Mathematics and Reason," and now "Logic and
Mathematics Skill & Concept Development."


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