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Math Videos Online

Math Videos Online –Features a large collection of free animated math videos and other great resources for students and teachers.

The Art of Math: Cleveland Museum of Art Math Resources external image calendar_icon.gif
[Demonstration: IVC Showcase]
Dale Hilton, The Cleveland Museum of Art with Arielle Levine
Monday, 6/25/2007, 12:30pm–1:00pm; (location available mid-May)
Artworks and studio projects reinforce math concepts. Participate in the math-themed videoconference Tessellation Exploration and others to access new teaching resources.

Math/Science Playground external image calendar_icon.gif
[Playground: ]
Doug Hearrington, Kennesaw State University with Steve Dickie, Catherine Douthard, Laurie Ellis, Greg Martin, Wendy Petti and Chris Rowe
Tuesday, 6/26/2007, 9:00am–4:00pm; (location available mid-May)
Come explore stations for teaching math and science, grades K–12.

Are Your Students “Problem Solving” or “Problem Posing” in Mathematics? external image calendar_icon.gif
[Poster: Traditional]
Lea Iaricci, LCSI
Tuesday, 6/26/2007, 1:00pm–3:00pm; (location available mid-May)
Participants will see examples of math problems to solve and they’ll see the importance of helping their students develop their problem-posing thinking skills. (Commercial Content) (Exhibitor-Sponsored)

Algebra + Geometry + Technology �0� Student Success: Math Technology external image calendar_icon.gif
[Session: Model Lesson]
Marsha Sanders-Leigh, GA Tech Center for Education Integrating Science, Mathematics, and Computing
Monday, 6/25/2007, 12:30pm–1:30pm; (location available mid-May)
Participate in a model math lesson integrating algebra and geometry with technology, utilizing an interactive board, TI graphing calculators, Geometer’s Sketchpad, and Internet resources.

Applets to Zeta: Making Math More than Fun external image calendar_icon.gif
[Session: Lecture]
Julia Lott, Gilbert Public Schools with Brett Hinton and Mary Pratto
Monday, 6/25/2007, 2:00pm–3:00pm; (location available mid-May)
Fire up your students with technology that promotes creativity and practical application. You will receive activities and Web sites for use in your math class.