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Volume 9, Number 7

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16 February 2004                                 Vol. 9, No. 7

                  THE MATH FORUM INTERNET NEWS

       NCTM Annual Meeting - Meet The Math Forum Staff
          Student Paper Contest | Enchanted Learning


       NCTM ANNUAL MEETING - MEET THE MATH FORUM STAFF

           http://mathforum.org/workshops/nctm2004/

  Are you planning to visit Philadelphia in April to attend
  the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics 82nd Annual
  Meeting?

  Meet the Math Forum staff in the Exhibit Hall at Booth 931
  and plan to attend one of our sessions:

    - Collaboration as a Foundation for the Design and Usage
        of Technology Rich Problems
    - Math Tools: Finding Good Software and Using It Well
    - The Power of Reflection: Lessons from the Problems of
        the Week
    - Hands-on Introduction to Technology Tools that Help
        Your Students Learn Math
    - District Partners with The Math Forum to Use Sketchpad
        in Grades 6-12
    - Internet-based Problem Solving Gives All Students a
        Chance for Success

  Preregister for the conference by March 15 to receive a
  reduced conference rate.

    http://nctm.org/meetings/philadelphia/registration.htm

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      STUDENT PAPER CONTEST IN THE HISTORY OF MATHEMATICS

          http://maa.org/news/012304studentpaper.html

  HOMSIGMAA, the History of Mathematics Special Interest
  Group within the MAA, has recently announced a student paper
  contest. The contest is open to all undergraduate students.
  Its purpose is to increase awareness of and interest in the
  history of mathematics among undergraduates. The deadline
  for submissions is March 15, 2004.

  A grand prize and two runner-ups will be chosen. All three
  will receive a one-year student membership to the MAA; the
  grand prize winner will also receive a $25 dollar gift
  certificate to the MAA bookstore.

  Information on the contest can also be found at the HOMSIGMAA
  site:

          http://home.adelphi.edu/~bradley/HOMSIGMAA/

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                   ENCHANTED LEARNING - MATH

            http://www.enchantedlearning.com/math/

  Enchanted Learning, founded by Jeananda Col and Mitchell
  Spector, produces children's educational material designed
  to maximize creativity, learning, and enjoyment. The site
  is user-supported with site members receiving the benefit
  of a version free of banner ads.

  In the math area of the site are these resources:

    - How Many? Printable Early Reader Books
    - K-2 Arithmetic
    - Addition
    - Subtraction
    - Multiplication
    - Division
    - Fractions
    - Math Label Me! Printouts
    - Logic Puzzles
    - Math Graphic Organizers
    - US Money
    - Polyhedra
    - Numbers in Many Languages

  View additional activities in a variety of subjects:

               http://www.enchantedlearning.com/
    
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