In response to the following I am repeating a workshop posting.
I have received a several emails such as the following:
<<Do you know of any workshops this summer for high school teachers, given by high school teachers or at least by people familiar with the high school population?>>
MSSM TO HOST SUMMER WORKSHOP
The mathematics faculty of the Maine School of Science and Mathematics will be conducting three summer workshops for mathematics teachers. Each of the workshops will be held in Limestone during the week of August 4th to August 8th. The first workshop will be for secondary school teachers who are interested in teaching a full-year class in statistics. Teachers will be introduced to a tested curriculum designed to prepare students for the Advanced Placement exam in Statistics. The second workshop will be for teachers of grades 4 through 8 who are interested in including statistics lessons as part of their mathematics curriculum. Teachers will be presented with projects and lesson plans that are grade appropriate. The third workshop will be for teachers of AP Calculus. The workshop will focus on changes in the teaching of calculus that have occurred since the introduction of the graphing calculator as well as the new syllabus that will be in place for the 1997-98 school year. Any educators who are interested in one of the workshops is encouraged to contact Patrick Farrell at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 207-325-3303.