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Dr. William Tomhave

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From: Concordia College, Moorhead, MN
Registered: 12/6/04
Summer Short Course on Calculus and the TI-92
Posted: May 1, 1997 5:45 PM
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I would like to invite readers of this list to take part in the upcoming
summer short course being offered at Concordia College, Moorhead, Minnesota.


A College Short Course for college, university, community college,
and secondary school instructors co-sponsored by
the Ohio State University and Concordia College, Moorhead, MN

Concordia College
Moorhead, Minnesota
June 23 - 27, 1997
INSTRUCTOR: Joe Fiedler, Cal State University Bakersfield

This short course will focus exclusively on uses of the TI-92 in the
teaching and learning of calculus including the use of CBL's and CBR's.

The dates for this short course are June 23-27.

Cost is $250
This fee covers all instructional materials, lunches, morning and afternoon
coffee/juice breaks, and a new TI-92.

Participants will also have the opportunity to non-calculator TI equipment
such as CBLs or Graph Links at a reduced workshop price.

Reasonably priced housing available both on-campus or off campus.

If you (or one of your colleagues) would like more information, please
contact Bill Tomhave at the phone number or e-mail address given below.

We would love to have you visit us this June

Cordially -

Bill Tomhave
Local Site Organizer
Concordia CAS-CALC Short Course
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