INTERMATH | Train the Trainer Workshop

 

Houston County - January 4-5, 2005

INSTRUCTORS

Laurel Bleich, Sarah Ledford, Dr. Chandra Orrill
Learning & Performance Support Laboratory
University of Georgia
(706) 542 - 4177

WORKSHOP OBJECTIVES

v     Prepare the facilitators to successfully teach one of the syllabi using InterMath materials.
This includes coverage of planning, assessment, and technology issues.

v     Allow facilitators to create online materials (including sample write-ups and syllabus) that they can refine later.

v     Provide opportunity to learn with explorations.

v     Provide opportunity to use all of the software involved with InterMath.


INVESTIGATIONS

v     Algebra
Gretel's Goldfish
Theater Seating
Composite Functions
Piano Frequency
Clusters

v     Number Concept
The Salesman and the Egg
The Frog Race

Squares and Differences
Folders for Sale
Clusters

v     Geometry
Penning for Pony
Triangle in a Rectangle
Angles In a Circle
Sum of Exterior Angles
Clusters

v     Data Analysis
Adding Marbles
Unfair Coins
Favorite Dessert
Identical Birthdays
Clusters

 

PARTICIPANTS

Carla Roberts (Bonaire MS)

Liz Carroll (PMS)

 

 

Dana Walker (WRHS)

Margaret Faircloth (Bibb Co.)

 

 

Elizabeth Harrison (System)

Melissa Pointer (Bonaire MS)

 

 

Gail Gordon (System)

Rose Powell (FMMS)

 

 

Georgia Hart (WRMS)

Sharon Waugh (HCHS)

 

 

Gina Rowland (PMS)

Stacy Brantley (PMS)

 

 

Jane Adams (NSHS)

Shirl Williams (HCHS)

 

 

Jeffrey Moore (Shirley Hills)

Stephanie Wilson (Bonaire MS)

 

 

Kelly Derzi (Bibb Co.)

Scott Wynn (NSHS)

 

 

Kay Seabolt (Dept. of Education)

 


SAMPLES

Sample Write-Up
Sample Model Lesson
Sample Write-Up Rubric
 

TECHNOLOGIES USED

Hand Held Calculators such as TI-81, TI-82, or TI-83
Graphing Calculator 3.0 (from http://www.pacifict.com)
Geometers Sketchpad (from http://www.keypress.com)
Spreadsheets (MS Excel recommended)
Web Page Browser (Internet Explorer, Netscape Navigator)
Web Page Authoring Tool (MS Word recommended)

No prior knowledge of any of the above technologies is assumed.