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Workshops/Presentations: Workshop information is available upon request. All workshops will be tailored to your needs.
Some examples of past
workshop topics are listed
below. 
Workshops: Mathematical Topics 
All
workshops in this category can be customized for subject specific courses such as: Intermediate Level Math, Algebra,
Geometry, Advanced Algebra, Trig, Math A, Math B, PreCalculus, and/or Calculus (including
AP Calculus). Workshops include the use of graphing
calculators, technology, software, and manipulatives.
 Common Core Math
 Rounding up Common CoreAlgebra 1
 Rounding up Common CoreGeometry
 Rounding up Common CoreAlgebra 2
 Projecting Enthusiasm (all levels)
 Using Interactive Online Materials
 Energizing the New
Math Curricula
Integrated Algebra, Geometry,
Algebra2/Trig

The New Adventures
of the Old Algebra

The New Adventures
of the Old Geo.

The New Adventures
of Old Alg2 Trig
 Math and the Movies: Part 1, Part II
 Math From the
Stars: Star Trek and Star Wars (multimedia presentation)

Strategies for Motivating Skill
Development and Applied Learning in Subject Specific
Courses

Activities that will Energize Subject Specific
Courses

Utilizing the MathBitsNotebook Web Site
 Using
Geometer's Sketchpad 4.0

Strategies for Teaching Advanced Placement Calculus

Using Math Manipulatives
512

Using Spreadsheets in
Math

Using QUIA in
Mathematics

Using the Internet to Teach
Secondary Mathematics

Using a Laptop in
Mathematics

Teaching Mathematics in Block
Scheduling

Teacher Training for
Applied CORD Mathematics 1, 2, 3

Workshops: Computer Programming 

Teaching Computer
Programming at the High School Level:
Java, Microsoft Visual C++, Turbo C++ for
DOS, QuickBASIC

Useful JavaScript for Educational Web Pages

Teaching Web Active High School Computer Science

Programming the
Graphing Calculator with TI BASIC


Workshops: TI Graphing Calculators 
All
workshops in this category can be customized for subject
specific courses. While all of
our
workshops include graphing calculator and technology
applications, this listing of workshops is aimed specifically at the
use of the graphing calculator and related peripherals
and software.
 All levels of training
on the "how to" use of Graphing Calculators
(GC):
TI82, 8383+ family, 84+
family, 89
Titanium,
92+, Voyage 200, Nspire (CAS and nonCAS)
 Using GC
peripherals such as the CBL, CBL2, CBR,
and Keyboard
 Using GC related
software such as
TIConnect, TIInteractive, SmartVIEW,
Nspire CAS/nonCAS software
 Using TI84+ with CCSS/CCLS
 GC Activities for CCSS
 Using GC APPS
 Integrating the Graphing Calculator into
Subject Specific Courses
 Classroom Activities for Using the Graphing
Calculator
 Preparing Classroom Materials Using the GC,
Related Software and Peripherals.
 Classroom Activities for Using the CBL and CBR in
Subject Specific Courses.
 Building and Using a GC Robot
 Integrating TIInteractive Software into the
Classroom
 Integrating APPS for the GC in Subject Specific
Classes
 Applied Learning with the GC
 Using the CBL, CBR, and GC Robot in
PreCalclus and Calculus
 The Graphing Calculator as a Team Player 
integrating GC, PowerPoint and Video Clips
 Programming the Calculator

Workshops: Educational Technology 
 Using the Internet to Teach Math
 Using QUIA in
Mathematics

Using
Microsoft PowerPoint Software

Integrating
PowerPoint in Mathematics
 Using Microsoft Front Page Software
 Using Adobe Dreamweaver Software

Developing Educational Web Pages
 Using
Geometer's Sketchpad 4.+

Using a Laptop in
Mathematics



Consulting: Consulting information is available upon request.
Some examples of past
consulting projects are listed
below. 

Web Development: Web Development information is available upon request.
References to some past web development work is listed below. 
Consulting Projects 
 Review Book Development, Mathematics, Glencoe
McGrawHill
 Curricula Development, New York State Education Department,
"Secondary Mathematics: Key Idea Module Development"
 Curricular Revision: Secondary (712)
Mathematics, Southwestern Publishing Company
 Interactive Curricula and Tutorial
Development,
New York State Regents
Exam Prep Center
 Curricular
Design Evaluation  Secondary Mathematics, Onondaga
Community College, New York
 Curricula Evaluations, NASA Mathematics Curricular Standards Quilt
 National Science Foundation Graphing
Calculator Grant  State University College at
Oswego, New York
 New York
State Education Department Technology Grant Program, Recipient
Selection Process
 NASA Space Mathematics
Grant  State University College at Oswego, NYNASA Research Study for Mathematical Materials and
Technology



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3155933726
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