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maowens@ecuvax.cis.ecu.edu

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summer workshops, sessions at meetings, funding
Posted: Jan 30, 1997 12:07 PM
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Probably preaching to the choir, but...Has everyone seen the list of summer
workshops on APStats offered through the Teachers Teaching with Technology
(T^3) program (sponsored by Texas Instruments)? Who has put in a grant
application to host a workshop next Summer? And, did you know mini-grants
($100-$200) are available on a first-come first-serve basis for half- or
full-day workshops on using, say, TI-83's in AP Stats?

Info is available on TI's web site--http://www.ti.com/calc

There are a lot of AP Stats sessions being held at T^3 regional and national
conferences (like the one in Philadelphia next weekend). These do, however,
tend to focus on uses of technology in AP Stats--typically using the TI-83.

To go directly to T^3's page, try http://www.ti.com/calc/docs/t3.htm

Also, there is a new source for funding technology projects: Lightworks
Technology Foundation. Check them out at http://www.lightworks.org

John E. Owens, Ed.D.
Department of Mathematics
East Carolina University
129 Austin
Greenville, NC 27858
Phone: (919)328-1904
Fax: (919)328-6414
http://www.mathed.math.ecu.edu
E-Mail: maowens@ecuvm.cis.ecu.edu





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