Park City Mathematics Institute
High School Teacher Program
Summer 2006

[Week 1]    [Week 2]    [Week 3]

Week 1

Monday
June 26

Tuesday
June 27

Wednesday
June 28

Thursday
June 29

Friday
June 30

7:00-8:15 Working Breakfasts

 

 

Carol's Breakfast Club

 

 

8:20-8:30

Jim King - Acronyms

Beverly Farahani - What is Fathom™?

Matt Bracher - Unit Circle Clock

Carol Hattan - Getting Started: PCMI@MathForum

John Mahoney - encouraging participants to write articles for NCTM publications

William Thill - sharing Microsoft Word documents

8:30-10:45

Some Applications of Geometric Thinking

Some Applications of Geometric Thinking

Some Applications of Geometric Thinking

Some Applications of Geometric Thinking

Some Applications of Geometric Thinking

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

Intro and Information

Clay Lecture "Fifty Years Ago" John Milnor

 

PD3 Project

"Great pi/e Debate"

4:30-5:30

DIPD meeting

DIPD meeting

 

DIPD meeting



Earn $25 taking a test for Gail's project

DIPD meeting



4:00 - pre-lecture by John Morgan for the Monday Clay lecture

Dinnertime

PCMI Opening Dinner

 

 

6:15 - Pizza & Problem Solving

 

7:30-9:00

First Parade Meeting

Model Madness

 

8:00 - Beginning Zomes by Henri Picciotto

 

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Week 2

Monday
July 3

Tuesday
July 4

Wednesday
July 5

Thursday
July 6

Friday
July 7

7:00-8:15 Working Breakfasts

 

 

Carol's Breakfast Club

 

 

8:20-8:30

Steve Phelps - Cabri 3D

 

Henri Picciotto - A Geometry-Graphing Connection

Craig Morgan - Scavenger Hunt

Megan Taylor - Survey

Jeff Willets - TI Smartview

8:30-10:45

Some Applications of Geometric Thinking

9:15 - Line up for Parade

Some Applications of Geometric Thinking

Some Applications of Geometric Thinking

Some Applications of Geometric Thinking

11:00-12:00

Reflection on Teaching

4th of July Parade

Reflection on Teaching

Reflection on Teaching

Reflection on Teaching

Working Lunches

 

 

 

 

 

1:00-3:00

Working Groups

afternoon free

Working Groups

Working Groups

Working Groups

3:15-4:15

Clay Lecture Yakov Eliashberg

 

"Mel Slugbait"

Yakov Eliashberg - a math conversation

The Math Forum, Suzanne Alejandre

4:30-5:30

 

 

4:30 - 6:00 Reflection of MSP participants (pizza will be served)

 

 

Dinnertime

 

 

 

 

 

7:30-9:00

A look at "Numbers" the TV show, by Johnny Lott

Solving the quartic with a pencil
and
Totally real origami and impossible paper folding by David Auckley

8:00 - Ice Cream Social, 2236 Ina Drive

7:30 - Second Session of Zomes, by Henri Picciotto

 

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Week 3

Monday
July 10

Tuesday
July 11

Wednesday
July 12

Thursday
July 13

Friday
July 14

7:00-8:15 Working Breakfasts

 

 

Carol's Breakfast Club

 

 

8:20-8:30

Joyce Frost, Dissection Models

Gail Burrill, Reflections on Bob Moses Talk

Daniel Heath, Teaching Math w/ Applets

Art Mabbott, Math Tools

Suzanne Alejandre, Beta-testing the Projects

Gail Burrill, Assessment: A Different Perspective

Art Mabbott, A+ Compass

8:30-10:45

Some Applications of Geometric Thinking

Some Applications of Geometric Thinking

Some Applications of Geometric Thinking

Some Applications of Geometric Thinking

Some Applications of Geometric Thinking

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

Conversation with Bob Moses

Clay Lecture Robion Kirby

 

Deborah Ball's EML

 

4:30-5:30

4:30 Troy Jones, The Sands of Time and the Salt of the Earth

5:00 Robion Kirby, Clay Pre-lecture

Problem Solving in the Classroom, Suzanne Alejandre

 

Deborah Ball

 

Dinnertime

 

6:30 - 8:00 Pizza and Problem Solving

 

Closing BBQ

 

7:30-9:00

7:00 Origami and Dissection Models (2 parts)

 

 

 

 

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