Sample 2014 Week-Long Math Courses (2015 courses will be announced in January)

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Click here to read course description 1 - Just A Bunch of Good Geometry Labs

Leader: Dan Butler, Mounds View High School, Arden Hills, MN

Click here to read course description 2 - Just Five Good Precalculus Labs

Leader: Dan Butler, Mounds View High School, Arden Hills, MN

Click here to read course description 3 - Inference, Probability, Statistics across the Mathematics Curriculum

Leader: Sister Alice Hess, I.H.M., Archbishop Ryan High School, Philadelphia, PA

Click here to read course description 4 - Exeter Math 2 with Geogebra and Sketchpad

Leader: David Bannard, Collegiate School, Richmond, VA

Click here to read course description 5 - Greatest Hits of Higher Mathematics

Leader: Diana Davis, Northwestern University, Evanston, IL

Click here to read course description 6 - Math Research

Leader: Diana Davis, Northwestern University, Evanston, IL

Click here to read course description 7 - The Rubik's Cube and Its High School Math Applications

Leader: Ian Winokur, Greenfield Community College, Greenfield, MA

Click here to read course description 8 - An Alternative to Precalculus

Leader: Nils Ahbel, Deerfield Academy, Deerfield, MA

Click here to read course description 9 - Interactive Spreadsheets – Mastering Excel for the Math Classroom

Leader: Ian Winokur, Greenfield Community College, Greenfield, MA

Click here to read course description 10 - Advanced PBL Instruction - Pedagogy and Development

Leader: Carmel Schettino, Deerfield Academy, Deerfield, MA

Click here to read course description 11 - The Geometry of Origami

Leader: Philip Mallinson, Phillips Exeter Academy, Exeter, NH

Click here to read course description 12 - Engaging Mathematical Investigations for Technology-Active Learning Environments

Leader: Peter Flynn, Texas Instruments/The University of Melbourne, Melbourne, VIC, Australia

Click here to read course description 13 - Using the iPad - Supporting Student Learning and Improving Teaching Practices

Leader: Ron Lancaster, University of Toronto, Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Click here to read course description 14 - Challenging the Mathematically Challenged (and others)

Leader: Ray Williams, St Mark's Anglican Community School, Perth, WA, Australia

Click here to read course description 15 - History of Mathematics - Algebra, Analytic Geometry and Calculus

Leader: Jeff Ibbotson, Phillips Exeter Academy, Exeter, NH

Click here to read course description 16 - The Exeter Mathematics Program

Leader: Jeff Ibbotson, Phillips Exeter Academy, Exeter, NH

Click here to read course description 17 - Using both Computer and Hands-On Activities to teach Algebra I Concepts

Leader: Eric Bergofsky, Phillips Exeter Academy

Click here to read course description 18 - Using Both Computer and Hands-On Activities to Teach Algebra II and Above

Leader: Eric Bergofsky, Phillips Exeter Academy

Click here to read course description 19 - Leveraging the Power of Open Educational Resources

Leader: Anthony DiLaura, Zeeland Public Schools, Zeeland, MI

Click here to read course description 20 - Adding iPad to the Math Equation

Leader: Anthony DiLaura, Zeeland Public Schools, Zeeland, MI

Click here to read course description 21 - Learning Mathematics through Problem Solving - Active Involvement for All Students

Leader: Mike Cooke, Princess Margaret Secondary, Penticton, BC, Canada

Click here to read course description 22 - Puzzles Enhance Math Class! How'd the Bunny Vanish? Can You Open a Trick Lock? Arrange the Digits?

Leader: Stuart Moskowitz, Humboldt State University, Arcata, CA

Click here to read course description 23 - Teach and Apply Algebraic Concepts with Full Color and High Resolution in the New TI84 C

Leader: Stuart Moskowitz, Humboldt State University, Arcata, CA

Click here to read course description 24 - Matrices & Systems of Equations

Leader: Doug Kuhlmann, Phillips Academy, Andover, MA
Co-Leader: Mike May Saint Louis University, St. Louis, MO

Click here to read course description 25 - Extended Problems and Projects to Enhance Precalculus and Advanced Algebra

Leader: Dot Doyle, North Carolina School of Science and Mathematics (retired), Durham Academy, Durham, NC

Click here to read course description 26 - Using Mathematics To Analyze Issues of Social Justice

Leader: Ken Collins, Charlotte Latin School, Charlotte, NC

Click here to read course description 27 - Physics For Mathematics Teachers

Leader: Ira Nirenberg, Benjamin Franklin High School, New Orleans, LA (retired)

Click here to read course description 28 - Great Simulations for Teaching Statistical Concepts

Leader: Floyd Bullard, The North Carolina School of Science and Mathematics, Durham, NC

Click here to read course description 29 - Mathematics in the 21st Century Classroom

Leader: Mary Bourassa, West Carleton Secondary School, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada

Click here to read course description 30 - Where Does Algebra Live in 2014

Leader: Dan Butler, Mounds View High School, Arden Hills, MN

Click here to read course description 31 - Writing a Mathematical iBook

Leader: Philip Todd, Saltire Software, Tigard, OR

Click here to read course description 32 - GeoGebra in Algebra, Trigonometry, and Calculus

Leader: David Bannard, Collegiate School, Richmond, VA

Click here to read course description 33 - Mathematical Investigations with TI-Nspire CAS

Leader: Frank Moya, T3 Australia, Melbourne, VIC, Australia

Click here to read course description 34 - Teaching, Learning and Assessing Mathematics through a Classroom Wireless Network

Leader: Peter Flynn, Texas Instruments/The University of Melbourne, Melbourne, VIC, Australia

Click here to read course description 35 - Max/Min Problems - Providing Students with a Big Picture View of Mathematics

Leader: Ron Lancaster, University of Toronto, Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Click here to read course description 36 - Creative Integration of Problem Solving, CCSS, and Technology into the 7 - 12 Math Curriculum

Leader: Tom Reardon, Austintown Fitch High School and Youngstown State University, Youngstown, OH

Click here to read course description 37 - Incorporate My Favorite Problems From Algebra 1 & 2, Geometry, Precalculus, and Calculus

Leader: Tom Reardon, Austintown Fitch High School and Youngstown State University, Youngstown, OH

Click here to read course description 38 - How to Utilize the Power of CAS - Algebra 1 through Calculus

Leader: Tom Reardon, Austintown Fitch High School and Youngstown State University, Youngstown, OH

Click here to read course description 39 - Comparing Classroom Teaching and Learning Environments using the TI84 and the TI-Nspire

Leader: Ken Collins, Charlotte Latin School, Charlotte, NC

Click here to read course description 40 - A Problem-Based Approach to Trigonometry

Leader: Kevin Bartkovich, Phillips Exeter Academy, Exeter, NH

Click here to read course description 41 - Mathematics of Sustainability

Leader: Kevin Bartkovich, Phillips Exeter Academy, Exeter, NH

Click here to read course description 42 - Integrating Mathematics and English, Seriously!

Leader: Ray Williams, St Mark's Anglican Community School, Perth, WA, Australia

Click here to read course description 43 - Mathematical Activities that Build from Year to Year

Leader: Ray Williams, St Mark's Anglican Community School, Perth, WA, Australia

Click here to read course description 44 - History of Math 3 - The Modern Age

Leader: Jeff Ibbotson, Phillips Exeter Academy, Exeter, NH

Click here to read course description 45 - Your Next Math Textbook - Authored by You!

Leader: Anthony DiLaura, Zeeland Public Schools, Zeeland, MI

Click here to read course description 46 - Astronomy and Precalculus - A Match Made in the Heavens

Leader: Ira Nirenberg, Benjamin Franklin High School, New Orleans, LA (retired)

Click here to read course description 47 - A Student-centered, Problem-based Approach to Algebra I

Leader: Karen Geary, Phillips Exeter Academy, Exeter, NH

Click here to read course description 48 - Calculus Modeling Problems that Make Students Think

Leader: Philip Rash, North Carolina School of Science and Mathematics, Durham, NC

Click here to read course description 49 - Modeling Problems That Bring the Common Core To Life

Leader: Maria Hernandez, The North Carolina School of Science and Mathematics, Durham, NC

Click here to read course description 50 - Moving Forward with Problem-Based Learning

Leader: Carmel Schettino, Deerfield Academy, Deerfield, MA

Click here to read course description 51 - GeoGebra For Beginners

Leader: Doug Kuhlmann, Phillips Academy, Andover, MA
Co-Leader: Mike May Saint Louis University, St. Louis, MO

Click here to read course description 52 - Using Technology to help Enhance Our Students' Thinking

Leader: Megan West, George Watson's College, Edinburgh, Scotland

Click here to read course description 53 - Teaching Effectively with Technology, Making Classrooms "Smarter"

Leader: Frank Griffin, Cate School, Carpinteria, CA

Click here to read course description 54 - Exploring Functions with Mapping Diagrams

Leader: Martin Flashman, Humboldt State University, Arcata, CA

Click here to read course description 55 - Introduction to Sensible Calculus - A Thematic Approach

Leader: Martin Flashman, Humboldt State University, Arcata, CA

Click here to read course description 56 - Geometry 2014

Leader: Jonathan Choate, Groton School, Groton, MA

Click here to read course description 57 - Hands-On Calculus

Leader: Maria Hernandez, The North Carolina School of Science and Mathematics, Durham, NC

Click here to read course description 58 - Teaching AP Statistics for Beginners

Leader: Christine Fitzgerald, Berkshire School, Sheffield, MA

Click here to read course description 59 - Using both Computer and Hands-On Activities to teach Geometry

Leader: Eric Bergofsky, Phillips Exeter Academy

Click here to read course description 60 - FluidMath on the iPad

Leader: Nils Ahbel, Deerfield Academy, Deerfield, MA

Click here to read course description 61 - GeoGebra Beyond the Basics

Leader: Doug Kuhlmann, Phillips Academy, Andover, MA
Co-Leader: Mike May Saint Louis University, St. Louis, MO