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May 1, 1995 7:04 PM


As an NCTML subscriber, I appreciate the fact that the listserv focuses on discussions of issues and I don't necessarily want to see the list turn into a bullletin board for announcements of every shape and kind. I include the announcement below, however, because it incorporates a variety of leading programs that reflect visions of mathematics outlined in the Standardsand is thus may be relevant to the disucssions that occur on NCTML.
============================================================================ The 1995 National Summer Institute of the University of Illinois at Chicago (UIC) is a nonprofit program of UIC's Institute for Mathematics and Science Education dedicated to presenting teachers, math/science curriculum leaders, and teacher educators with an opportunity to learn about some of the country's leading math/science innovations for Grades K12. This year's Summer Institute includes 20 different workshops in fiveday, threeday, twoday, and oneday formats. Workshops on the following programs are included:
Teaching Integrated Mathematics and Science (TIMS) Laboratory Experiments TIMS Elementary Mathematics Curriculum UICManeuvers with Mathematics Project BoxIt or BagIt Mathematics Cognitively Guided Instruction Opening Eyes to Mathematics Math and the Mind's Eye Family Math Leadership Workshops The IMPACT Project: Mathematics and Home and in School Table TopA Computer Environment for Data Collection and Analysis for Grades 38 Microworld's Project Builder: Logo in a Multimedia Environment Cooperative Learning in Mathematics and Science
Interactive Mathematics Project: A New Vision for High School Mathematics T3 Graphing Calculator Workshops for High School Calculus and Precalculus Teachers Park City/IAS Geometry Institute: Reshaping High School Geometry Function Probe: Multirepresentational Software for Problem Solving Cooperative Learning in High School Mathematics
For further information or to request a program brochure, send a note to mathsci@uic.edu or call Marty Gartzman at (312)4132971.
Marty Gartzman UIC Institute for Mathematics and Science Education Phone: (312)4132971 Fax: (312)4137411 Email: Gartzman@uic.edu



