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Volume 7, Number 35

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2 September 2002                                       Vol. 7, No. 35

                   THE MATH FORUM INTERNET NEWS

 2005 NCTM Yearbook Call for Manuscripts | The Practice of Statistics
  Flash Film Resources - The Association of Teachers of Mathematics


            2005 NCTM YEARBOOK CALL FOR MANUSCRIPTS
    TECHNOLOGY-SUPPORTED MATHEMATICS LEARNING ENVIRONMENTS
               GUIDELINES FOR PREPARING ARTICLES

          http://www.nctm.org/publications/yearbook.htm

  NCTM's 2005 Yearbook Editorial Panel extends an invitation to
  submit articles on the topic of "Technology-Supported
  Mathematics Learning Environments." Potential authors should
  submit a first draft of the proposed manuscript by
  March 1, 2003.

  Preference will be given to drafts of complete articles,
  although an outline of an article will be considered if it
  includes the introduction and the development of one or more
  sections of the proposed manuscript. Contributions from
  classroom teachers are particularly encouraged, as are
  submissions by groups of authors working collaboratively.

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        THE PRACTICE OF STATISTICS - W. H. Freeman & Co.
 
              http://www.whfreeman.com/yates/

  A free resource for students and instructors using the
  statistics textbook "The Practice of Statistics." Resources
  include online quizzes for each chapter and the Encyclopedia
  of Statistical Examples and Exercises (EESEE) containing
  case studies ranging from "Is Old Faithful Faithful?" to
  "Does Smoking Improve Survival?"

  The quizzes consist of multiple-choice questions written
  with student feedback for correct and incorrect answers.
  Questions are offered for student self-study or for use as an
  instructor's benchmark of students' progress and
  understanding. Instructors may track a student's progress
  from the passworded instructor's area of this site, or
  registered instructors may choose to have student results
  e-mailed directly.

  Students may choose to take quizzes for self-study by not
  entering their instructor's e-mail address.

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                    FLASH FILM RESOURCES
        THE ASSOCIATION OF TEACHERS OF MATHEMATICS (ATM)
                      United Kingdom

       http://www.atm.org.uk/resources/flashfilms.html

  Animations which have been compiled into Macromedia Flash
  animations of:

    - Polygons
    - Exploring Halves
    - Tangrams
    - Tiles
    - Euclid's Pythagoras Proof

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                  http://www.atm.org.uk/

  An association for all those concerned with mathematics
  education in primary schools, secondary schools, further
  education, special education, colleges, and universities.
  Based in the U.K., the Association of Teachers of Mathematics
  aims to support the teaching and learning of mathematics by
  encouraging increased understanding and enjoyment of
  mathematics.

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