Math Forum Associates' NCTM 2001 Presentations

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Listed are sessions to be presented by Math Forum Associates at the NCTM Annual Meeting in Orlando, Florida. You are also invited to join us at the Math Forum booth (2002) or sessions. We hope to see you there.

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Session 379
Data at a Glance: Using Glyphs to Make Real-World Data Abstract
Session 1024
Something in the Way You Move - Kinesthetic Activities for the Classroom
Data at a Glance: Using Glyphs to Make Real-World Data Abstract
      Gail R. Englert -- genglert@home.com
      Sewells Point Elementary School, Norfolk, Virginia
Thursday, 4/5/2001, 3:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Session 379
Room 224D Orange County Convention Center
Description: Participants will view students' samples from glyph activities and will receive a packet of suggested activities for use in an intermediate school classroom.

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Something in the Way You Move - Kinesthetic Activities for the Classroom
Presenters:
      Susan Socha -- ssocha@fc.fcps.k12.va.us
      McLean High School, McLean, Virginia
      Gina Griffin-Evans
      McLean High School, McLean, Virginia
      Andrew M. Benzing
      Robinson High School, Fairfax, Virginia

Saturday, 4/7/2001
Hall F2 (Convention Center)
Description: Regular Session Grades 9-12
This session deals with the concepts and vocabulary from Algebra I, Geometry and Algebra 2. Attendees will participate in activities involving rhythm instruments, string, card stock, Popsicle sticks and their bodies.

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