7:00 PM

Supperat Papa's Grill, 1821 Hillandale Rd. 383-8502

Meet in the lobby of the Brookwood Inn at 6:45. Introductions, overall description of the project

8:30-9:00 AM

Coffeein 135 Physics Building (Math Dept Lounge).Walkto 229 Social Sciences, workshop location until mid-afternoon.

9:00-9:20 AM Introduction and logistics

9:20-10:35 AM

Group A-- those with little or no knowledge of Maple

- Work through Maple tutorial module:
Helper Application Tutorialin Engineering Mathematics, Parts 1-10 and Appendix.- If time remains, read through "Workshop" version of
Radioactive Decay(Differential Calculus) -- on Contents page, click theMaple WSbutton.

Group B-- those with basic knowledge of Maple

- Scan through tutorial
- Read through "Workshop" version of
Radioactive Decay(Differential Calculus) -- on Contents page, click theMaple WSbutton.- Work through
onemodule from the following list:

Accumulation(Integral Calculus)Equiangular Spirals(Multivariable Calculus)Introduction to the One-Dimensional Heat Equation(Engineering Mathematics) -- no Maple required

10:35-10:55 AM **Break**

10:55-Noon

- Introduction to
**Logistic Growth Model**-- 15 minutes - Work through
**Logistic Growth Model**(Differential Equations) -- 50 minutes

Noon-1:30 PM **Lunch**

1:30-3:00 PM

**Dale Winter**-- Introduction to**Experiments with Fourier Series**-- 15 minutes- Work on
**Experiments with Fourier Series**(Engineering Mathematics) -- 75 minutes

3:00-3:30 **Break** -- **walk** to 120 Physics

3:30-5:00 PM

**Jack Bookman**-- presentation on study of student learning from online materials, including clips from videotapes of students using CCP materials -- 60 minutes**Discussion**of Bookman study -- 30 minutes

5:00-5:30 PM

Open discussionof issues raised during the day

7:00 PM **Supper** (restaurant TBA)

8:30-9:00 AM

Coffeein 135 Physics.Walkto 229 Social Sciences, workshop location for the rest of the day.

9:00-10:30 AM

Work on (at least)

one modulefrom the following list:

Functions Defined by Data(Precalculus or Differential Calculus) -- an exploration of data entry and plotting

Time and Temperature(Precalculus or Differential Calculus) -- modeling with sinusoidal functions

Slope Fields(Differential Calculus) -- graphical representations of differential equations and their solutions, in a calculus context

Raindrops(Differential Calculus) -- modeling falling bodies with air resistance

The SIR Model for Spread of Disease(Differential Calculus) -- Why is it that we can wipe out polio but not measles? -- a calculus problem, even though it involves a system of nonlinear differential equations

World Population Growth(Integral Calculus) -- a study of world population data and the “natural” and “coalition” models for it

One-Dimensional Heat Equation(Engineering Mathematics) -- a companion to Introduction to the One-dimensional Heat Equation that studies symbolic solutions and challenges the student to explain the behavior over time in terms of the symbolic representation.World Class Sprints(Differential Equations) -- Exploration of a first-order linear DE with emphasis on selection of parameters to model dataMarkov Chains(Linear Algebra) An introduction to the concepts of transition matrices and Markov Chains

10:30-10:50 AM **Break**

10:50-11:30 AM **Student journal entries**

11:30 AM -1:00 PM **Lunch**

1:00-1:30 PM **Student reports**

1:30-3:00 PM

**Jim Tomberg**-- presentation on**PostCALC**, an NSF-supported project for providing a web-based course for high school students who have finished calculus -- 60 minutes-
**Discussion**-- 30 minutes

3:00-3:30 PM **Break**

3:30-5:00 PM

**Stephanie Fitchett**-- presentation on use of CCP materials by a nonauthor -- 60 minutes (Steph has since authored some CCP materials)-
**Discussion**-- 30 minutes

7:00 PM **Supper** (restaurant TBA)

8:30-9:00 AM

Coffeein 135 Physics.Walkto 229 Social Sciences, workshop location for the rest of the day.

9:00-9:50 AM

Presentation on use of Blackboard

CourseInfoonline course management

10:00-10:50 AM

Presentation on

CCP and the National Digital Library

11:00-Noon **Wrap-up and evaluation**

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