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Topic: Math Forum summer institute: Developing Internet K-12 Mathematics
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Steve Weimar

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Math Forum summer institute: Developing Internet K-12 Mathematics
Posted: Mar 9, 1998 10:31 AM
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Math Forum Advanced Summer Institute


June 29 - July 2, Swarthmore College, Swarthmore, PA

This summer the Math Forum will host its third Advanced
Summer Institute for mathematics educators who are
developing high-quality uses of the Internet. We plan to
bring together a group of creative, Web-savvy teachers
in order to introduce them to each other, to new tools,
to interesting mathematics, to Forum staff from whom they
might receive continuing support, and to the possibility
of receiving modest financial support during the school
year through the Forum Teacher Associate program. Our goal
is to enhance projects and resources you are already
developing, and to build a community that will help others
do the same.

Some fruits of our efforts are on the Math Forum site.
See Suzanne Alejandre's Web units; explore the Problems of
the Week; and investigate other areas onsite. Our workshop
pages offer the agendas of previous summer institutes with
links to work done by participants.

To apply for this program write to Steve Weimar:

describing your current position and your plans for using
the Internet, with an outline of what the Forum's support
might make possible and a summary of your experience in
designing resources for the Internet/World Wide Web.

The Math Forum will cover food and board and a limited
number of travel scholarships are available.

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