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Topic: Short course on teaching from primary sources: register by May 19
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David Pengelley

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Short course on teaching from primary sources: register by May 19
Posted: May 13, 2008 10:32 AM
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The MAA Ohio Section Summer Short Course, entitled "Study The Masters:
Using Primary, Historical Sources In Teaching And Research", led by Dr.
Danny Otero of Xavier University and Dr. David Pengelley of New Mexico
State University, will take place June 18-20, 2008 at Xavier University,
in Cincinnati, Ohio.

Participants in this three-day workshop will learn about teaching with
primary historical sources in mathematics, and will be given the
opportunity to prepare some primary sources of their own choosing to use
in their own classrooms. They will also see how reading, studying, and
teaching with primary sources can lead to scholarship in history of
mathematics.

The registration deadline is May 19, 2008.

Additional information can be found at the website
http://www.cs.xu.edu/~otero/2008ShortCourse

For more details or any questions please contact Danny Otero at
otero@xavier.edu or (513) 745-2012.

Registration is $175.00. There is a limit of 25 participants and a
deadline of May 19, 2008. To register send $50.00 deposit to (made check
payable to Xavier University)
Daniel E. Otero
Department of Mathematics & Computer Science
Xavier University
Cincinnati, OH 45207-4441
Include contact information and home institution with your deposit.



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