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Charles J. Reno

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C3E Summer Institute at Euclid, OH
Posted: Mar 24, 1995 11:14 AM
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C3E
Calculus with Calculator and Computer
Enhancement

1995 Summer Institute
for
Calculus Teachers
in
Euclid, Ohio

July 10 - July 14

The Calculus with Calculator and Computer Enhancement Summer Institute
is a one-week intensive course designed to help teachers of Advanced
Placement Calculus. The course will feature the use of the powerful
TI-82 graphics calculator and should help prepare students for the new
AP Calculus exam which will require the use of a graphics calculator in
May, 1995. The course will help bring you up to date on the calculus
reform movement that is gaining momentum at colleges and universities
across the nation. The TI-85 will also be made available and its use
will be compared with the TI-82.

The Institute is co-sponsored by Texas Instruments and is based on
materials designed by a team of C3E instructors, led by Frank Demana
and Bert Waits of The Ohio State University. The new text by Thomas,
Finney, Demana and Waits will be used. The instructor will be
Charles Reno, high school teacher from Euclid High School with experience
in teaching AP math, physics and computer science in addition to reading
AP examinations in all three subjects.

Thanks to the generous grant, the basic cost of the Institute will be $150.
In addition, the TI-82 calculators will be available at a special Institute
price of $60(TI-85 cost is $65). Your school will be asked to pay your cost
share which includes the basic cost and a personal TI-8X calculator for
your classroom use. Graphics calculators should be available to all students!

Enrollment will be limited to a maximum of 30 participants.
Please inquire about graduate credit(pending) and motel housing.

contact: Charles Reno
Euclid High School
711 E 222 Street
Euclid, OH 44123
Phone: 216-261-2900 X 393



ALSO:
CMS
Connecting Mathematics and Science

1995 Summer Institute
for
Teachers of Math and Science

July 17 - July 21

The Connecting Math and Science Summer Institute is a one-week
intensive course designed to help teachers of math and science.
The course will feature the use of the powerful, new CBL system along
with TI-82/5 graphics calculator and should help prepare
teachers in the newly emphasized areas of "Real World Modeling".

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Name_______________________________________________________________
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Home Address________________________________
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_______________State____Zip_____
Home Phone: (____)____________

School Name ________________________________
School Address______________________________
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____________________State____Zip_____
School Phone: (____)____________

Please check the course(s) that you will be teaching during the
1994-1995 school year: _____Geometry
_____Algebra I or II _____Chemistry
_____Math Analysis or Precalculus _____Physics
_____Calculus _____Statistics
_____Biology _____Genl Sci

Applicant Signature___________________________________


Cost sharing is required of all Institute Participants.
Details of cost, housing, graduate college credit by request. In
most schools, Eisenhower monies should cover all costs - including
the CBL/Calculator/ViewScreen






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