Park City Mathematics Institute
High School Teacher Program
Summer 2010

[Week 1]    [Week 2]    [Week 3]

Week 1

Monday
June 28

Tuesday
June 29

Wednesday
June 30

Thursday
July 1

Friday
July 2

7:00-8:15 Working Breakfasts

 

 

 

Breakfast Club

 

8:15-8:30

5 Minute Shorts
Info for the Day

5 Minute Shorts
Info for the Day

5 Minute Shorts
Info for the Day

5 Minute Shorts
Info for the Day

5 Minute Shorts
Info for the Day

8:30-10:40

Over and Over

Over and Over

Over and Over

Over and Over

Over and Over

10:50-12:05

Reflection on Practice: Connections to Research

Reflection on Practice: Connections to Research

Reflection on Practice: Connections to Research

Reflection on Practice: Connections to Research

Reflection on Practice: Connections to Research

Working Lunches

 

 

 

Steering Committee

 

1:00-3:00

Working Groups

Working Groups

afternoon free

Working Groups

Working Groups

3:15-4:15

Clay Scholar: Jean-Michel Morel

Parade Entry Planning

 

 

Parade Entry Building Session

4:30-5:30

 

TI-Nspire™ exploration

 

Seattle Teacher Project

 

Dinnertime

6:00 Opening Dinner

5:30 dinner with International teachers

 

6:45 Pizza and Problem Solving

 

7:30-9:00

8:15 Parade Planning Meeting w/ Kim Wollard

Cow's trip with International Participants

 

 

 

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Week 2

Monday
July 5

Tuesday
July 6

Wednesday
July 7

Thursday
July 8

Friday
July 9

7:00-8:15 Working Breakfasts

 

 

 

Breakfast Club

 

8:15-8:30

5 Minute Shorts
Info for the Day

5 Minute Shorts
Info for the Day

5 Minute Shorts
Info for the Day

5 Minute Shorts
Info for the Day

5 Minute Shorts
Info for the Day

8:30-10:40

Over and Over

Over and Over

Over and Over

Over and Over

Over and Over

10:50-12:05

Reflection on Practice: Connections to Research

Reflection on Practice: Connections to Research

Reflection on Practice: Connections to Research

Reflection on Practice: Connections to Research

Reflection on Practice: Connections to Research

Working Lunches

 

 

 

Steering Committee

 

1:00-3:00

Working Groups

Working Groups

afternoon free

Working Groups

Working Groups

3:15-4:15

 

Nick Jackiw

 

Tony DeRose

Clay Scholar - Ingrid Daubechies

4:30-5:30

Conversation with Ingrid Daubechies

A Conversation with Nick

 

Technology Time

 

Dinnertime

Dinner on your own

Dinner on your own

Dinner on your own

Dinner on your own

Dinner on your own

7:30-9:00

7:30 Building Party

8:15 Ice Cream Social (Tent)

 

 

 

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Week 3

Monday
July 12

Tuesday
July 13

Wednesday
July 14

Thursday
July 15

Friday
July 16

7:00-8:15 Working Breakfasts

 

 

 

Breakfast Club

 

8:15-8:30

5 Minute Shorts
Info for the Day

5 Minute Shorts
Info for the Day

5 Minute Shorts
Info for the Day

5 Minute Shorts
Info for the Day

5 Minute Shorts
Info for the Day

8:30-10:40

Over and Over

Over and Over

Over and Over

Over and Over

Over and Over

10:50-12:05

Reflection on Practice: Connections to Research

Reflection on Practice: Connections to Research

Reflection on Practice: Connections to Research

Reflection on Practice: Connections to Research

Reflection on Practice: Connections to Research

Working Lunches

 

 

 

Steering Committee

 

1:00-3:00

Working Groups

Working Groups

afternoon free

Working Groups

Working Groups

3:15-4:15

Conversation with Mathematics Educators

Tom Dick (on Calculus)

 

Film Festival

Film Festival

4:30-5:30

Sharing Resources

A conversaton with Tom Dick

 

Classroom stories from Darryl

(Computer lab closes at 5:00)

Dinnertime

 

5:45 - 6:45 A Conversation w/ Bowen

6:45 Pizza and Problem Solving

 

6:00 Closing Dinner

 

7:30-9:00

7:30 Building Party

A Conversation with Bill

 

 

 

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