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SFoster

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MathScape: Seeing and Thinking Mathematically
Posted: Nov 2, 1998 10:47 AM
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I work with the MathScape Curriculum Center (based at Education Development
Center) whose mission is to support the implementation of the NSF-funded middle
school curriculum, MathScape: Seeing and Thinking Mathematicaly. We are
currently planning to have one or two sessions for teachers and administrators
using MathScape sometime during NCTM, and we are trying to determine whether or
not there would be enough interest among NCSM members to hold a similar session
during NCSM. These sessions would not be a part of the regular NCSM/NCTM
program; they would be held concurrently. We envision these sessions as an
opportunity for users of MathScape to get together, share stories, and learn
from one another and from the developers of the curriculum. Thus, the sessions
are not meant for those who would like more information about MathScape (there
will be other opportunities to learn more about the curriculum), but are meant
for people who are already using the curriculum.

If you are using MathScape and think you may be interested in attending a
session like this, could you please e-mail me at sfoster@edc.org? If there is
enough interest, we will hold a session during NCSM. Otherwise, if you are
attending NCTM, you can attend one of our sessions there. Thanks very much.

Sydney Foster
MathScape Curriculum Center
Education Deveolpment Center





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