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Topic: AP Stats Meeting at NCTM
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Al Coons

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AP Stats Meeting at NCTM
Posted: Apr 21, 1996 10:23 AM
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Our list is getting long and it will be hard to take care of individual
contacts. Since some of you are leaving soon and may or may not have email
after you leave:

As soon as we have a location, it will be emailed to you. Hopefully this
will happen Monday.

I will also post the location on the most obvious general information board
at the NCTM Convention location. I should be able to do this Thursday AM.

If all else fails, leave a message for me at the Double Tree, 910 Broadway,
San Diego (239-2200) and I will get back to you.

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While this is an informal meeting, it might be a good chance to form a circle
or two or three for some group discussions. Here are some areas (in no
particular order) which I would love to get some feedback on:

a) Style of courses - lab, group, lecture, collaborative

b) Who is most likely to populate your course - AP Calc students? good 10th
graders?

c) Textbooks - has anyone found a book they really like?

d) Technology - TI/83, Computers,...

e) Sources of data - local, Internet sites, contrived, real...

f) How much rigor within the guidelines?

Al Coons
alcoons.aol.com







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