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Ihor Charischak

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From: Stevens Institute of Technology, Hoboken, NJ
Registered: 12/6/04
Math Technology News
Posted: Feb 13, 2004 8:21 AM
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I took the liberty of copying Bernhard Kutzler's email newsletter to
this discussion group. To get newsletter sent to you contact Bernhard.
-Ihor Charischak

This is a free academic service to all who are interested in using
technology for teaching mathematics.

Submit by Feb 20, 2004 online for TIME-2004, the Montreal
International Symposium on Technology and its Integration into
Mathematics Education, which will be held July 15-18, 2004. This
conference combines the
- 6th Derive Conference and the
- 8th ACDCA Summer Academy.
Conference chairs are Michel Beaudin, Kathleen Pineau, and Bernhard
Kutzler.
Go to http://www.time-2004.etsmtl.ca.

June 19-20, 2004 is the 2nd Annual USACAS Conf. on Computer Algebra
Systems (CAS) in Secondary School Mathematics at Glenbrook South High
School in Glenview, Illinois, USA (a northern suburb of Chicago). See
http://www4.glenbrook.k12.il.us/USACAS/2004.html for details.

Garry Clark offers a CD with mathematical activities mainly for
primary aged children. It is worth looking at
http://www.northnet.com.au/~mathsactivities/mathact.htm.

Many more conferences on tech in math edu (with a search engine) can
be found at http://b.kutzler.com.

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This academic newsletter is sent to people with an interest in using
technology in mathematics education. Please let me know in case you
don't want to receive this.
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Bernhard Kutzler





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