Park City Mathematics Institute
High School Teacher Program

Getting Projects Ready for the Web

Projects may take several forms. To give some consistency to the projects posted on the PCMI site please be sure to include the following for each form.

Student and Teacher Activities:

  1. Name and author(s)
  2. Abstract including the mathematical content and domain (example geometry - parallel lines), the grade level and/or course appropriate, and a short description.
  3. A Cover page may include as appropriate:
    1. Objective
    2. Mathematics Involved
    3. Equipment Needed
    4. Setup
    5. General Procedure
    6. Notes to the Teachers
    7. Activity
    8. References (very important)
    9. Other appropriate sections
  4. The activity should be saved as a WORD or PDF file.
  5. The activity should have a header containing the words:
    Draft                       Draft                      Draft
  6. The activity should have a footer with the words:
    Institute for Advanced Study Park City Mathematics Institute		Summer 2003
    High School Teachers Program/Your Working Group


  1. Name and author(s)
  2. Abstract including subject, target audience, description.
  3. The manuscript
  4. References if appropriate.

Suzanne will post the abstract to the working groups' page with links to the cover sheet of an activity or manuscript. Additional links to other pages of the activity or files will be provided from either the abstract page or the cover page. Each part of the activity needs to be in a separate file for ease of posting to the web and downloading from the web. Once the project has been review and revised if necessary it will be removed from behind the area requiring a password. It will also be reformatted into html.

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This material is based upon work supported by the National Science Foundation under Grant No. 0314808.
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.