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** Updated June 22, 2011 **
2011 Online Mathematics Learning and Teaching Symposium
Wednesday, June 22, 2011 from 7:30 - 9:00 PM
Thank you for your interest in the 2011 Drexel University/Math Forum Mathematics Education Symposium. If you have not yet registered, there are still some spaces available.
Please CLICK HERE TO REGISTER.

The symposium will consist of three presentations by Drexel Faculty, Math Forum staff members, and graduate students on topics of mathematics teaching, student learning, and online professional development. Presentations will include:
  • Using Screen-Capture Movies to Assess Quadrilateral Constructions in Sketchpad
    Annie Fetter (Math Forum PoW Administrator and Math Ed Faculty)
    Christina Foran (Math Ed Graduate Student)

  • Why 2>4: A proof by induction
    Max Ray (Math Forum Collaboration Leader and Math Ed Faculty)

  • Learning Math and Learning to Teach Math Online: How and Why?
    Kathy Boyle [PA], Terry Gastauer [TX], Esther Ladwig [CA]
        (Drexel Online Math Learning and Teaching Students and Graduates)
    Jason Silverman (Math Ed Program Director)
We expect the symposium to last approximately one hour and fifteen minutes, though it might take a bit longer if the sessions or Q&A go longer than scheduled.

The symposium will take place online using Adobe Connect and all you need to participate is a computer, an internet connection and speakers. All you need to do is direct your browser to the following website (if the URL below is not a link, you may need to copy/paste directly into your browser):

http://goodwincollege.adobeconnect.com/mathsym/

The symposium will start at 7:30 PM (East Coast/Philadelphia Time), but you may wish to login a few minutes early to check your connection.

We look forward to seeing you on Wednesday, June 22 at 7:30. If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to contact either Naima Hall, Program Manager (naj26@drexel.edu) or Jason Silverman, Program Director (silverman@drexel.edu).