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Andrew Chen

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Two Math Content Institute (Summer 2002)
Posted: Apr 2, 2002 9:39 PM
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Hi all,

Please forward the information to your colleagues if you see fit.

Thanks.

-Andrew

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Massachusetts DOE, partnering with EduTron Corporation,
READS Collaborative, Wakefield High School, Northeast PALMS,
Southeast PALMS, Bridgewater State College and Salem State
College, will be conducting two Summer Content Institutes
on mathematics for teachers who wish to achieve analytical
understanding of equations and their conceptual foundations.

For each Institute, participants will obtain 67.5 PDPs after
successful completion of the Institute requirements. Local
(Bridgewater or Salem) State College will award three graduate
credits for each course for a fee.

1. Unlocking Linear Equations
[Middle School]
http://www.massupt.org/MS_math_institute.pdf
Dates: 7/8/02-7/12/02, 7/15/02-7/17/02
Location: Bridgewater State College, Bridgewater, MA
Contact:
Dr. Dean Stickles
Southeast PALMS
105 East Grove Street
Middleboro, MA 02346-2718
(508) 947-3634 (508) 946-1088
dstickles@reads.ssec.org


2. Unlocking Linear and Quadratic Equations
[High School]
http://www.massupt.org/HS_math_institute.pdf
Dates: 7/22/02-7/26/02, 7/29/02-7/31/02
Location: Wakefield High School, Wakefield, MA

Contact:
Dr. Leslie Bernal
Northeast PALMS
301 Newbury Street, Suite 222
Danvers, MA. 01923
(978) 777-8434 (978) 774-0308 (fax)
bernal@mec.edu





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