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2007 Summer Mathematics Academy
A note from PROM/SE - -To all of the participants, instructors, planners and everyone associated with the summer academies, thank you for another great summer experience!
PROM/SE Summer 2007 Mathematics Academy:
Princeton High School, 11080 Chester Road, Cincinnati, Ohio
Corporate College East, 4400 Richmond Road, Warrensville Heights, Ohio
East Lansing High School, 509 Burcham Drive, East Lansing, Michigan
- Math Academy Brochure (PDF) prints best on 11x17 paper
- Special Course flyer (PDF)
- Registration form (PDF)
- Click here for course descriptions
Please join us for the PROM/SE Summer Mathematics Academy, co-sponsored by Calhoun ISD, High AIMS Consortium, Ingham ISD, SMART Consortium and St. Clair County RESA. Spend time delving deeply within one content area in courses taught by experts in K-12 mathematics education.
WHO CAN PARTICIPATE?
PROM/SE Mathematics Associates, as well as teachers from PROM/SE buildings.
HOW DO I REGISTER?
Please register early. Space is limited. The registration form and course fee must be submitted at the same time. Please send a $100 check along with a completed registration form to your PROM/SE site coordinator. See details on registration form. Refunds will not be given after the registration deadline unless the course is cancelled.
There is a $100 course fee to attend.
A daily stipend of $75 will be paid to registered participants who attend the entire day and sign in/out.
CEUs are available at no charge. University graduate credit (pending approval) is available for an extra fee. To be eligible for CEUs or credit, participants must attend the entire academy. University credit requires completion of extra assignments.
PAST Summer Academy participants said:
“I have had to develop my own explanations each year for division of fractions. After taking this course I have explanations deeply embedded that will benefit my teaching.
“As a high school math teacher who has participated in many professional development opportunities, this has been the best as far as mathematics covered and the pedagogical approach in my classroom.”
“After attending the academy I am convinced that a format of math instruction that includes mathematical thinking, problem solving, and students explaining solutions will lead to deeper mathematical understandings for my students.”