A Workshop on Design of Classroom Lessons in Mathematics from Web-based
The Ohio State University
Project at Duke University, the Eisenhower
National Clearinghouse, and the Math
Forum are jointly sponsoring a workshop for high school mathematics teachers
interested in creating classroom materials from existing and new web-based components.
July 9-13, 2001
The workshop will be held at The Ohio State University in Columbus, OH during
the week of July 9-13, 2001. It will feature a survey of useful sites,
an examination of what makes an effective online lesson, and an opportunity
to work in a small group to create sample materials. A discussion site will
be created at Math Forum to allow participants to continue developing the contacts
made at the workshop.
- The workshop will be limited to 20 participants who will be supported by
5 expert facilitators.
- Participation is restricted to current high school math teachers and exceptional
pre-service mathematics teachers who will begin their teaching careers in
- Each participant will receive a stipend of $100/day. Local expenses will
be paid; a small amount of travel support is also available.
- An important factor in determining acceptance for the workshop will be classroom
experience. Pre-service teachers will need to have their applications supported
by email from their supervising teachers or other qualified persons.
- Experience with the following is desirable, but not essential:
- a computer algebra system
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application. Sorry! The workshop is full.
If you have questions or want additional information, contact email@example.com.