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Jim Swift

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Forwaded BOUNCED mail - Re: NCTM Minneapolis
Posted: Jan 5, 1997 10:32 AM
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> From:
> Received: by (8.6.12/8.6.12) id IAA05510 for; Sun, 5 Jan 1997 08:56:15 -0500
> Date: Sun, 5 Jan 1997 08:56:15 -0500
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> To:
> Subject: AP Stats at NCTM Minneapolis
> At the NCTM National Meeting in San Diego last april, Joe Ward and I
> organized a last minute unofficial meeting of about 40 future AP

> teachers with the help of one of the book companies. I know we all found
> valuable to meet other colleagues and get a feel for what others where
> planning to do. It was also crucial for many of us to discover that we

> not the only ones trying to teach AP Statistics without much of a
> We shared ideas on syllabi, technology, student backgrounds, etc.
> I have contacted Linda Gojak, the program chair in Minneapolis, the site

> this years NCTM meeting in April. She says that there are no AP Stats
> presentations scheduled!
> I have also contacted NCTM National about being able to reserve a room

for a
> meeting and they think it CAN be worked out at this late date.
> =================================
> Are you going to Minneapolis?
> Would you like to meet in a group?
> Is Friday at 4:30 a good time? It was last year.
> Are there topics you would like on the agenda?
> Shall we invite publishers to have their statistics books and resources
> available? A few companies did last year and it was helpful.
> Al
> Albert Coons, Ph.D.
> Mathematics Department
> Buckingham Browne & Nichols School
> Cambridge, MA 02138
> (617) 547-6100 x 264

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