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Ihor Charischak

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From: Stevens Institute of Technology, Hoboken, NJ
Registered: 12/6/04
CLIME Technology & Math session in St. Louis
Posted: Apr 17, 2006 10:53 AM
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An Invitation
The friends of CLIME (the Council for Technology in Mathematics Education ? an affiliate group of NCTM) invites you to participate in their 20th anniversary ?Birds of a Feather? presentation/discussion at the NCTM Meeting in St. Louis.

Teaching and Learning Math with Technology: How is it going after all these (20) years?

Date: Thursday, April 27th, 2006
Time: 6:00 ? 7:30 pm
Place: Kingsbury/Westmoreland Room
Renaissance Grand Hotel
St. Louis, Missouri

Every year at the annual NCTM meeting CLIME holds a session for interested math educators to meet, discuss and reflect on this important theme and renew our commitment to supporting the effective use of technology in math education. This year being the 20th anniversary, Ihor Charischak, the group?s founder and David Weksler will present an overview and progress report of where CLIME has been, where we are now and what challenges still lie ahead. We hope you can join us. It promises to be thought provoking and informative session. For more detailed information, visit the CLIME website at
In the meantime I will update you on this discussion forum to events as they develop in connection to this session.

I hope to see you there.

Ihor & David

Ihor Charischak -
David Weksler -

Council for Technology in Mathematics Education
(CLIME) - An Affiliate Group of NCTM

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