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March

Professional Development in Trenton, NJ (March - June 2005)
Suzanne Alejandre is regularly visiting four teachers at Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Middle School in Trenton, New Jersey, to support the implementation of the use of technology in their mathematics classrooms. Her role is to mentor teachers and model lessons in their classrooms as part of the MATRIX grant awarded to the Trenton Board of Education. In addition the goal is to align the technology activities to Connected Mathematics, the school district's adopted curriculum for grades 6-8.
 
New Hampshire Teachers of Mathematics (NHTM) (14 March 2005)
Claire Mead presented "Problems of the Week at the Math Forum" to teachers attending the Spring Conference of the NHTM held at the University of New Hampshire in Durham, New Hampshire.
 
NCTM Annual Meeting, Anaheim, CA, April 6-9, 2005 (11 March 2005)
Are you planning to visit Anaheim in April to attend the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics 83rd Annual Meeting? Meet the Math Forum staff in the Exhibit Hall at Booth 448. Plan to attend one of our sessions:
 
Math Forum Discussions (11 March 2005)
We're pleased to announce our new, improved discussion area. We've added many popular features, and powered it all with a database for greater speed and flexibility. View more details on our Discussion Area Welcome page.
 


February

Developing Mathematical Problem Solving, Communication, and Reflection through Online Learning Experiences - Cynthia Lanius (12 February 2005)
Cynthia Lanius gave the keynote at the Rice University School Mathematics Project Spring Networking Conference at Pin Oak Middle School in Bellaire, Texas.
 


January

2005 Mathematics Game - Judy Ann Brown (1 January 2005)
Write expressions for each of the counting numbers 1 through 100, using the digits in the year 2005, standard operations, and grouping symbols. This puzzle is appropriate for students in grades 3-12 with a general knowledge of mathematics.
 

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