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Mo Nelson

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Speaker Proposal Form (1999)
Posted: May 6, 1998 12:57 PM
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If you have an interest in being a speaker at the 1999 NCSM Annual
Conference in San Francisco, you can either use the form in NCSM's April
Journal/Newsletter or complete the following and e-mail it back to NCSM.
The submission deadline is June 1, 1998.

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Speaker Proposal Form
31st Annual Conference
April 19-21, 1999
San Francisco, California
"Mathematics Leaders for the Next Millenium"
A Bridge to the Future

NCSM is an organization promoting leadership in mathematics education.
Please focus your presentation on topics of interest to leaders in
mathematics and connected in some way to the theme of the conference (see
title above and strands below). Monday extended sessions utilize a
workshop-type format with participants seated around tables. Tuesday and
Wednesday regular sessions utilize theatre- or lecture-type seating. The
conference registration fee will be waived for ONE speaker per session.
(Unless you tell NCSM otherwise, the contact/lead speaker listed on this
form will receive the free registration.)

CONTACT/LEAD SPEAKER
Name:
Affiliation/Employer :
Complete Mailing Address:
Home Phone:
Work Phone:
Fax:
e-mail:

ADDITIONAL SPEAKER
Name:
Affiliation/Employer :
Complete Mailing Address:
Home Phone:
Work Phone:
Fax:
e-mail:

(If there are more than two poster presenters, include the same information
as above for each person.)


Title of Presentation (as it should appear in the program book; 20 words or
less)


Description of Presentation (as it should appear in the program book; 60
words or less)



Audience: Mathematics leaders at the following levels (type all that apply):
K 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12
College General

Theme Strand(s) Addressed (type strand numbers in order of emphasis):
1: Algebra for All
2: Assessment
3: Equity and Access
4: Leadership Skills
5: Staff Development
6: Technology

A presider will be assigned for each session and WILL NOT be one of the
session's speakers.

An overhead projector and screen will be provided in each room. If
additional equipment is essential for your presentation, please list your
equipment needs below:


Special Requests (specific dates or times, etc.):

Return no later than June 1, 1998 to:
Mo Nelson
NCSM
PO Box 10667
Golden, CO 80401-0600
Fax: (303) 274-5932
e-mail: ncsm@forum.swarthmore.edu

You will be notified of your proposal's acceptance or denial by October 1,
1998.






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