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Marty Gartzman

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Posted: May 1, 1995 7:04 PM
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As an NCTM-L 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
Standards-and is thus may be relevant to the disucssions that occur on

The 1995 National Summer Institute of the University of Illinois at Chicago
(UIC) is a non-profit 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 K-12. This
year's Summer Institute includes 20 different workshops in five-day,
three-day, two-day, and one-day formats. Workshops on the following
programs are included:

Teaching Integrated Mathematics and Science (TIMS) Laboratory Experiments
TIMS Elementary Mathematics Curriculum
UIC-Maneuvers with Mathematics Project
Box-It or Bag-It 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 Top-A Computer Environment for Data Collection and Analysis for Grades 3-8
Microworld's Project Builder: Logo in a Multi-media 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
Park City/IAS Geometry Institute: Reshaping High School Geometry
Function Probe: Multi-representational Software for Problem Solving
Cooperative Learning in High School Mathematics

For further information or to request a program brochure, send a note to or call Marty Gartzman at (312)413-2971.

Marty Gartzman
UIC Institute for Mathematics and Science Education
Phone: (312)413-2971
Fax: (312)413-7411

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