Saturday, September 30, 2017

CLIME Updates

Next April, 2018 CLIME will be celebrating its 30th anniversary and I will be stepping down as president and I look forward to have someone step forward to take my place to continue to lobby NCTM to promote powerful uses of technology in math education.

Technology is our best hope to break the cycle of continued failure particularly with our underachieving students. What it will take is something similar to an Apollo-like project that Keith Devlin encourages where motivation via video games play a central role in math learning.

Please let me know ( if you are interested in leading CLIME to next level wherever that goes. I will continue to play a support role (e.g. supporting the CLIME blog).

We will be holding a CLIME get together in Washington to celebrate the 30 years of CLIME participation as an affiliate group of NCTM. More details will follow.

CLIME Connections (Issue No. 217)

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