Park City Mathematics Institute
Secondary School Teacher Program
[Jim] [Carol] [Andy] [Gail] [Connie] [Steve] [Ruth] [Peg] [Ellie] [Art] [Cal]
June 27 5-minute madness presentation - Jim King
View Jim's QuickTime movie on the acronyms you'll hear as an SSTP participant.
[Note: This is a very large file. Wait while it loads and then click on the screen to advance it. Be patient. It should work!]
June 29 Tour - Carol Hattan
Carol gave a brief overview of the PCMI@MathForum site using the Getting Started page.
June 30 Problem - Andrew Bernoff
Andrew posed a Problem.
July 1 Figure This! - Gail Burrill
Gail gave a brief overview of NCTM's Figure This! site.
July 6 Fractals - Connie Savoie
Connie talked about Really Big Math! [download PowerPoint file]
July 7 Cabri 3D - Steve Phelps
Steve talked about Cabri 3D
July 8 Set - Ruth Brocklebank
Ruth talked about Set
July 11 Hands-on Hyperbolic - Peg Cagle
Peg talked about the work she is involved with developing a series of hands-on constructions and investigations on the hyperbolic plane.
July 11 Tinkerplots - Beverly Farahani
Beverly talked about Tinkerplots
July 12 Hebrew Calendar - Ellie Schweber
Ellie talked about the Hebrew Calendar.
July 13 Math Tools - Art Mabbott
Art gave a tour of Math Tools, an online community library at the Math Forum.
July 14 Whiteboard Movies - Cal Armstrong
Cal showed how to use screen capture software to create tutorials or to show worked solutions to problems and provided links.
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