Park City Mathematics Institute
High School Teacher Program
Summer 2005

[Week 1]    [Week 2]    [Week 3]

Week 1

Monday
June 27

Tuesday
June 28

Wednesday
June 29

Thursday
June 30

Friday
July 1

7:00-8:15 Working Breakfasts

 

 

Carol's Breakfast Club

 

 

8:20-8:30

Jim King - Acronyms

 

Carol - Tour of the PCMI site

Andy Bernoff - A Problem

Gail - Figure This!

8:30-10:45

Over and Over Again

Over and Over Again

Over and Over Again

Over and Over Again

Over and Over Again

11:00-12:00

Reflection on Teaching

Reflection on Teaching

Reflection on Teaching

Reflection on Teaching

Reflection on Teaching

Working Lunches

 

 

 

 

 

1:00-3:00

Working Groups

Working Groups

afternoon free

Working Groups

Working Groups

3:15-4:15

Cross Program - Intro to PCMI

John Tyson - Coping with Complexity

 

Clay Public Lecture - Simon Levin

Neurobiology of Education on the Road to Automatic - John Milton

4:30-5:30

 

PD3 Meeting

 

White Board Technology

Staff Meeting (5:30)

 

Dinnertime

Opening Dinner (6:00)

 

 

Pizza and Problem Solving (6:39)

 

7:30-9:00

 

Model Building Party

 

 

 

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Week 2

Monday
July 4

Tuesday
July 5

Wednesday
July 6

Thursday
July 7

Friday
July 8

7:00-8:15 Working Breakfasts

 

 

Carol's Breakfast Club

 

Senior Participants

8:20-8:30

 

 

Connie Savoie - Fractals

Steve Phelps - Cabri 3D

Ruth Brocklebank - Set

8:30-10:45

8:45 line up for the parade

Over and Over Again

Over and Over Again

Over and Over Again

Over and Over Again

11:00-12:00

4th of July Parade

Reflection on Teaching

Reflection on Teaching

Reflection on Teaching

Reflection on Teaching

Working Lunches

 

 

 

 

 

1:00-3:00

afternoon free

Working Groups

Working Groups

Working Groups

Working Groups

3:15-4:15

 

Cross Program - Leo Glass, Chaotic Music and Fractal Art

Cross Program - Clay Lecture, Charles Peskin

Cross Program - Mathematics in Africa

Tea with the International participants

 

4:30-5:30

 

Navigator Presentation

Youngson Sinkala, Math of Botswana

 

 

Dinnertime

Rodeo trip with International participants

 

 

Dinner with the International Participants (5:30)

 

7:30-9:00

 

Discussion Group - A Career in Mathematics Education, Lani Horn

Ice Cream Social

Model Building Party

 

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Week 3

Monday
July 11

Tuesday
July 12

Wednesday
July 13

Thursday
July 14

Friday
July 15

7:00-8:15 Working Breakfasts

 

 

Carol's Breakfast Club

 

Senior Participants

8:20-8:30

Peg Cagle, Hands-on Hyperbolic and Beverly Farahani, Tinkerplots

Ellie Schweber, the Jewish Calendar

Art, Math Tools

Cal Armstrong, White Board Movies

 

8:30-10:45

Over and Over Again

Over and Over Again

Over and Over Again

Over and Over Again

Over and Over Again

11:00-12:00

Reflection on Teaching

Reflection on Teaching

Reflection on Teaching

Reflection on Teaching

Reflection on Teaching

Working Lunches

 

 

Steering Committee

 

 

1:00-3:00

Working Groups

Working Groups

afternoon free

Working Groups

Final Project Presentations by Groups

3:15-4:15

 

Cross Program Panel, NCTM/ASSM MSSG2 PMET

 

Cross Program, Deborah Ball's Elementary Teaching Lab

 

4:30-5:30

 

 

 

Deborah Ball Debrief

 

Dinnertime

 

Pizza and Problem Solving (6:30 - 8:00)

 

Closing Dinner (6:00)

 

7:30-9:00

Cross Program, National Security Agency

Model Building (8:00 - 9:30)

 

 

 

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