Park City Mathematics Institute
Secondary School Teacher Program
Summer 2010
Three Rooms: Reflecting on Practice

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Reasoning from Data and Chance
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Ning: PCMI 2010

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Room 1: Bill and Art

Room 2: Peg and Cal

Room 3: John and Judi
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Room 1: Week 1:
Day 2: Posters
Day 3: Posters
Day 4: Posters
Day 5: Blackboard Notes
 
Room 2: Week 1:
Day 2: Posters
Day 3: Posters
Day 4: Posters
Day 5: Blackboard Notes
 
Room 3: Week 1:
Day 1: Notes [PDF]
Day 2: Posters
Day 3: Notes
Day 3: Posters
Day 4: Notes | More Notes
Day 4: Posters
Day 5: Blackboard Notes
 
Room 1: Week 2:
Day 7: Posters
Day 10: Posters
 
 
 
Room 2: Week 2:
Day 6: Notes [PDF]
Day 7: Posters
Day 10: Posters
 
 
Room 3: Week 2:
Day 7: Posters
Day 10: Posters
 
Room 1: Week 3:
Day 11: Posters
Day 12: Posters
 
 
 
Room 2: Week 3:
Day 11: Posters
Day 12: Notes [PDF]
 
 
 
 
Room 3: Week 3:
Day 11: Posters
Day 12: Notes [PDF]
 

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