|At a Glance|
It will be of bit like a chinese menu with several choices for 3 of the 5 time slots.
Altogether there are 25 sessions. Participants following the strand should attend the opening kickoff, choose at least one other sessions from 3 time slots and finally participate in the Learn<->Reflect session at 3:30. [more]
Keynote speakers announced
Diane Ravitch & Ed Burger. More detail about their presentation: (Diane) (Ed)
Featured Technology inspired Presentations...
- George Hart, The Museum of Mathematics - more
- Nick Jackiw, Key Curriculum Press Technologies, Inc. "Euclid’s Elements: An Interactive Geometry Perspective" - more
- Cliff Konold, University of Massachusetts Amherst. "Breathing Life into Data and Chance with Tinkerplots 2.0" - more
- Dan Meyer, Stanford University. Why Students Hate Word Problems - more
- Jim Rubillo, DeSales University. Are We Using New Technology Strategically? - more
- Thomas P. Dick, Guidelines for Choosing and Using Technology in the Mathematics Classroom - more
If you are planning to attend the conference I hope you will stop by the CLIME booth to say hello and/or catch my session on Thursday at 11:00am.
- Math Learning 2.0: New Vision for a Web 2.0 World - more
For those of you that were hoping to present at the conference but either forgot to submit a proposal or were not accepted, there will be an online technology & math event the week of April 23rd sponsored by CLIME. Gary Stager will be one of the presenters/discussants.
Much more detail about all the above in my next blog entry.