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Topic: Summer Institutes for Math Teachers – Mollo
y College

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Maiorini, Kathleen

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RE: Summer Institutes for Math Teachers – M
olloy College

Posted: Mar 5, 2014 3:09 PM
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Hi Lou ?
I attended the Institute for AP Statistics last summer. I did not take it for graduate credit.
I was scheduled to teach AP Statistics for the very first time for this current school year. I did get a lot out of the seminar. Dr. Oechsle was excellent! But, since I knew virtually no AP Stats going into the seminar, I almost wish I was taking it this year as now I?ve been through the course and would be able to fully participate and learn even more.
I figured it worth a shot to ask if there was any way for me to sit through the institute again without having to pay $795?
Kathleen Maiorini
Hauppauge HS

From: [] On Behalf Of Lou Cino
Sent: Tuesday, March 04, 2014 11:01 AM
Subject: Summer Institutes for Math Teachers ? Molloy College

This summer, Molloy College, located on Long Island, will be offering over 50 different Summer Institutes for Teachers on an intensive, one-week, Monday-Thursday, 8 a.m. ? 4 p.m. format, at either our main campus in Rockville Centre, Nassau County or at our Suffolk Center in East Farmingdale in a variety of subjects, including the following math areas:
June 30-July 3:
Statistics for Teachers of AP: Instructor: Dr. Joe Oechsle; Suffolk

Technology and the Common Core Standards of Mathematical Practice: Instructor: JoAnn Miltenberg; RVC

July 7-10:
Adapting to Common Core Math: Rethinking Methods and Strategies of Teaching and Testing: Instructor: Chris Healy; Suffolk

Common Core State Standards: HS Geometry: Instructor: Kristin Anglin; RVC

July 14-17:
Calculus BC for Teachers of AP: Instructor: Dr. Maxine Lifshitz; Suffolk

Teaching Algebra 1 with the Common Core Standards: Instructor: Ann Davidian; RVC

July 21-24:
Calculus AB for Teachers of AP: Instructor: Dr. Maxine Lifshitz; Suffolk

Common Core Practice Standards & Questioning Techniques in High School Mathematics: Instructor: Ann Davidian; RVC

Common Core State Standards: Algebra II: Instructor: Chris Healy; Suffolk

Each Summer Institute may be taken for 3 graduate credits at a reduced rate of tuition ($900 per Institute) for teachers taking the Institutes for professional development or on a non-credit basis for 2 in-service credits ($495 or $795 - AP Institutes). Course descriptions for the Institutes, application and registration information, as well as travel directions and other information, can be found in our website at:<>.

If you should have any questions regarding the Institutes, or would like a brochure mailed to you, please email me at:<> or call my office at: 516-323-3554.

Lou Cino
Louis J. Cino
Division of Continuing Education and Professional Development
Molloy College
1000 Hempstead Avenue
PO Box 5002
Rockville Centre, NY 11571-5002
Please note my new numbers:
516-323-3549 (RVC Office)
516-323-3575 (Suffolk Office)
Fax: 516-323-3560

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