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Barbara Biondo

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From: Shirley NY
Registered: 3/4/12
Summer Math Workshop for Middle School Teachers
Posted: Mar 21, 2012 10:20 AM
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The Center for Science and Mathematics Education at Stony Brook Universiity is sponsoring a week long workshop for middle school math teachers. This program will focus on real world and hands-on activities that coordinate with the Common Core Standards in Mathematics.

The workshop will be held at the Center for Science and Mathematics Education, Stony Brook University, Stony Brook, NY and will run from Monday July 9th (late afternoon) through Friday July 13h (noon).

Teachers will receive a $500 stipend, plus travel expenses (up to $275), room and board. Living on campus is optional. Participants will receive a certificate for 30 professional development hours upon completion of the program.

Attendees will be expected to share the materials used in the workshop program with other math teachers at their schools, in their district, and beyond, through activities such as conducting workshops and presenting at conferences. Attendees are required to remain in contact with CESAME to report these activities.

Visit the CESAME web site
http://www.stonybrook.edu/cesame/teachers/RealWorldScience.shtml
for full details and application. The original deadline was March 30 but has been extended to April 16, 2012.

For further information, contact Judy Nimmo at 631-632-9750 or Judith.nimmo@stonybrook.edu



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