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Myrna F. Manly

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Register for ANN Conference (HTML)
Posted: Mar 15, 2004 7:14 PM
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ANN 10th Anniversary Meeting

Saturday, April 24, 2004

Philadelphia, PA

Registration Deadline: April 1





Register now to assure your place at this exciting conference with others who are interested in delivering quality mathematics education to adults. The $60 registration fee includes breakfast and lunch during the all-day meeting, from 8 am to 4:30 pm. We will meet in the rooms of the Mayor's Commission on Literacy, at 1401 John F. Kennedy Blvd., near the Convention Center.



Download the registration form from our Website, http://www.std.com/anpn





Keynote addresses



GED Math Specialist Kenn Pendleton's report on the GED Math test



Mathematics Exchange Group, NYC, describe their "Lesson Study" experience.



Breakout Sessions



Morning:



Developing Statistical Literacy in a Web-based World

Iddo Gal, University of Haifa, Israel



Preparing Adults for College-level Mathematics

Pam Meader, Portland Adult Education, Maine



Toilet Paper Math and Other Adaptations for Corrections

Sandy Gabriel, SCI - Cambridge Springs, Pennsylvania



Afternoon:



Is Passing a Test Enough?

Ellen McDevitt, FourthRiver Associates, Pennsylvania



Teaching Functional Concepts in an Algebra Course

Kathy Safford-Ramus, Saint Peter's College, New Jersey



Problem-solving Activities with Manipulatives

Judy Ward, Arkansas Adult Numeracy Campaign, Arkansas







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