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Conference within a Conference

1998 Annual Meeting: National Council of Teachers of Mathematics (NCTM)

Franklin Adams Room, Washington Plaza Hotel
10 Thomas Circle (14th St. and Massachusetts Ave.), Washington, DC

Friday, April 3, 1998

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Schedule

Area 1   Area 2   Area 3

8:30-9:30

Opening Remarks
  Steve Weimar, The Math Forum,
Jon Choate, Groton School,
Tom Gardner, The Motley Fool

9:30-10:20

New User Tour of the Math Forum Web Site (K-16)
  Judy Ann Brown and Dave Kershaw, The Math Forum
Using Authentic Data from the Internet (3-8)
  Bob Coulter, Forsyth School, St. Louis, Missouri
TERC Testbed for Telecollaboration, Cambridge, Massachusetts
Hands-on Tour of The Math Forum Web Site (K-16)
  June Dershewitz and Ken Williams, The Math Forum

10:30-11:20

Using the Internet for Professional Services (K-16)
  Gary Martin & Harry Tunis, NCTM,
Rich Wyllie, NCSM,
Gene Klotz, Math Forum
Using the Problem of the Week In Your Classroom (3-12)
  Judy Ann Brown and Annie Fetter, The Math Forum
The Chaos Game and Fractal Moviemaking on the Web (7-12)
  Bob Devaney, Boston University

11:30-12:20

Internet Discussion Groups (K-16)
  Steve Weimar and Ken Williams, The Math Forum
Mentoring the Elementary Problem of the Week (5-16)
  Lisa Lavelle, Maret School, Washington, DC
The Chaos Game and Fractal Moviemaking on the Web (7-12)
  Bob Devaney, Boston University

12:30-1:20

Technology Training (K-16)
  Steve Weimar and Judy Ann Brown, The Math Forum
Using Authentic Data from the Internet (3-8)
  Bob Coulter, Forsyth School, St. Louis, Missouri
TERC Testbed for Telecollaboration, Cambridge, Massachusetts
Creating an Interdisciplinary Unit with a Team (5-9)
  Suzanne Alejandre, Frisbie Middle School, Rialto, California

1:30-2:20

Math Manipulatives and the Web: A Powerful Combination (5-8)
  Behrouz Aghevli, George Mason University,
Mark Spikell, George Mason University,
Brenda Bannan, George Mason University
Emily Egerton, classroom teacher
The Challenge of Dr. Math (K-16)
  Ken Williams and June Dershewitz, The Math Forum
Creating an Interdisciplinary Unit with a Team (5-9)
  Suzanne Alejandre, Frisbie Middle School, Rialto, California

2:30-3:20

Math Manipulatives and the Web: A Powerful Combination (5-8)
  Behrouz Aghevli, Mark Spikell, and Brenda Bannan, George Mason University; Emily Egerton, classroom teacher
Teacher2Teacher (K-16)
  Members of the Council of Presidential Awardees in Mathematics,
Dave Kershaw and Steve Weimar, The Math Forum
Making Interactive Web Pages Without Pain (Using Java Sketchpad) (7-16)
  Susan Addington, CSU San Bernardino

3:30-4:00

Closing Remarks
  Steve Weimar, The Math Forum,
Jon Choate, Groton School

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31 March 1998