Park City Mathematics Institute
Secondary School Teachers Program
Applicant Information

The secondary school teachers summer session at Park City is an opportunity for secondary teachers to develop their understanding of mathematics in a unique environment. Applicants will be selected according to the following criteria:

  • potential for growth as an individual
  • potential for sharing the PCMI experience with colleagues
  • support from school and/or colleagues
  • evidence of commitment to students and to teaching students mathematics

Program details for 2014 program are on the IAS site
https://pcmi.ias.edu/program-sstp/2014
 
SSTP Application
http://pcmi.ias.edu/application-sstp/
 
No Cost to Participants
Teachers are given full support and a stipend during the Summer Session.
 
University Credit
University credit from the University of Washington is available for a total cost of $223 for six quarter hours (= 4 semester hours) of Math 497, Special Topics in Mathematics for Teachers. This course is Credit/No Credit (no letter or numerical grade). Credit is awarded for fully participating in all aspects of the PCMI Secondary School Teachers Program. Read more here: FAQ page (on Jim King's University of Washington website) and also download this Information Sheet [PDF format].
 
Information about Park City
Map of Park City, Utah Yahoo Maps
Park City, Utah
Park City Chamber of Commerce/Convention & Visitors Bureau
Wikipedia: Park City, Utah
Utah.com: Park City
 

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IAS/Park City Mathematics Institute is an outreach program of the Institute for Advanced Study, 1 Einstein Drive, Princeton, NJ 08540.
Send questions or comments to: Suzanne Alejandre and Jim King

With program support provided by Math for America

This material is based upon work supported by the National Science Foundation under Grant No. 0314808 and Grant No. ESI-0554309. Any opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Science Foundation.