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Sean Keller (Deerfield Academy)

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Registered: 12/6/04
Summer Institute
Posted: Mar 13, 1996 7:21 PM
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I have already posted this to Graph-TI and Calc-TI. My apologies to anyone
seeing this for the third time!

This is the ONLY CAE-Calc institute in the Northeast!


Announcing:

A 1996 Summer Institute for High School Mathematics Teachers
on Using the TI-92 to Enhance the Teaching and Learning
of Advanced Placement Calculus

July 14-19, 1996

% Hands-on instruction and explorations geared toward developing facility
with the TI-92
% Ideas to help teachers create their own technology-enhanced investigations
% Discussion of the implications of computer algebra systems in the calculus
curriculum

PROGRAM: This pilot program will follow the general outline of a
Computer Algebra Enhancement Calculus (CAE-Calc) Institute syllabus being
developed under the direction of Franklin Demana and Bert Waits. The
CAE-Calc Institute is but one of the week-long courses offered by
Teachers Teaching with Technology, which is headquartered at The
University of Texas at Arlington. The instructor will be Ray Barton, an
experienced high school teacher from Olympus High School in Salt Lake City,
Utah. Ray has previously led workshops in both the C3E and C2PC programs
which originated from Ohio State. He was the instructor at the Deerfield
Institutes in 1993, 1994, and 1995, and earned a recent Presidential
Teaching Award for the state of Utah.

WHEN: The Institute will begin on the afternoon of Sunday, July 14, 1996,
and will finish in the early afternoon on Friday, July 19.

WHERE: The Institute will be held at Deerfield Academy, an independent
boarding school located in the middle of a National Historic District
village in western Massachusetts. Dormitory room and meals for five days
and nights will be provided at the Academy.

COST: Thanks to a generous grant from The University of Texas at Arlington,
made possible by a donation from Texas Instruments, we have been able to
set the cost of the Institute at $375. This includes room, board, and all
printed materials.

Enrollment will be limited to a maximum of 25 participants. Write, FAX,
e-mail, or call for further details and an application.
--
Sean Keller FAX:413-774-6629
Deerfield Academy School:413-772-0241
Deerfield, MA 01342 skeller@k12.oit.umass.edu





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