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December

Professional Development Events and Programs (20 December 2002)
The Math Forum customizes our workshops to meet your academic needs and time constraints. Teachers appreciate our workshops and online support because we focus on what they want: math content that works with their students. We are collaborators, helping you accomplish your goals using the resources at our disposal and other partners in your area.

Probability/Statistics: First Semester Project (17 December 2002)
Lisa Stanfill, a high school teacher in Collier County, Florida, has contributed a project to the high school area of the Teacher Exchange.



November

Teacher2Teacher (26 November 2002)
T2T has received its 10,000th question since its inception in March, 1998. To read and join discussions about the questions teachers send T2T, visit the T2T archive in the Teachers' Lounge.

Games for Math and Social Skills (19 November 2002)
We have started a collection of links to games for building math and social skills. If you have a suggestion of a game that you have used with students, please let us know about it by using the form at the bottom of the page.

Online Courses for Teachers (14 November 2002)
Drexel University offers online Master's degrees and certification programs for mathematics and science teachers, instructional technology specialists, principals, new teachers and other K-12 educators and administrators. Courses are offered completely online from Drexel University and accredited by the Middle States Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools. Certification preparation programs are approved by the Pennsylvania Department of Education.

November Workshops (12 November 2002)
CMC-South's 43rd Annual Fall Conference, November 8-10, 2002: Suzanne Alejandre presented Making Effective Use of Math Forum Resources to two groups at the California Mathematics Council's conference held in Palm Springs, CA.

Radnor School District November 1, 2002: Annie Fetter and Suzanne Alejandre worked with middle school teachers to use The Geometer's Sketchpad as a tool to support middle school mathematics instruction. The workshop was held at Radnor Middle School in Radnor, PA.



October

October Workshop (31 October 2002)
Association of Math Teachers of New Jersey New Brunswick, NJ, October 30, 2002: As part of AMTNJ's Symposium: Using Computers to Enhance Mathematics Instruction, Shelly Berman presented an overview tour and facilitated the search for resources for New Jersey teachers from grades 2 through 12 entitled The Math Forum: A Portal to Resources for Teachers and Students. The workshop was held at the DeVry College in New Brunswick, NJ.

New T2T FAQ: Math in the Real World (24 October 2002)
Mathematics and the Media: Classroom resources for studying and explaining the mathematics involved in the media.

Magic Squares by Mutsumi Suzuki (8 October 2002)
The magic squares pages were originally written by Mutsumi Suzuki and until his retirement in 2001, were available through his site in Japan. It is the Math Forum's pleasure to host these pages so that the mathematical community can continue to enjoy all of the information presented by Mr. Suzuki on the topic of magic squares.

Symmetry and Pattern: The Art of Oriental Carpets (3 October 2002)
Symmetry and Pattern, a collaborative project of The Textile Museum and The Math Forum, has been chosen as an Eisenhower National Clearinghouse Digital Dozen selection for October, 2002.

New Dr. Math FAQ (2 October 2002)
A Crash Course in Symbolic Logic, by D.J. Brasier. A student wrote to us asking: Is symbolic logic so hard that some people will just never be able to get it? In a gentle introduction to the notation and rules of derivation used by symbolic logic, Dr. Achilles shows why the answer to that question is No.

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