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CALL FOR PRESENTERS Bucknell-CSIU Mathematics Teacher Conference 2008 October 13, 2008 8:30 am – 3:30 pm Langone Center, Bucknell University A Partnership Between Bucknell University & the CSIU

Background: The target audience for this conference is teachers of math or math-related subjects within the state of PA. Three separate tracks will be established for elementary, middle, and secondary programs with four 55 minute presentations throughout the day. A key speaker will fill one presentation for each of the tracks. The theme for the conference will be “From Every Angle”. Suggested topics include, but are not limited to: Differentiated Instruction in Mathematics Using Multiple Representations in Instruction Assessment of Students’ Thinking Problem-Solving (K-12) Integrating Within Mathematics Concepts and Content Integrating Mathematics into other Content Areas Reading Apprenticeship for Mathematics Using Technology Effectively Mathematics for Higher Education

Non-paid speakers/presenters will have the registration fee waived. If you are interested in presenting, please complete the following application and submit by May 16, 2008 to:

M. Lynn Breyfogle, Ph.D. Associate Professor Mathematics Department Bucknell University Olin 384 Lewisburg, PA 17837 (570) 577-1492


Mathematics Teacher Conference 2008

Lead Presenter: Mrs. Mr. Ms. Dr. Title/Position: Address City: Phone: Email:

State: Zip: Fax: Do we have your permission to use your email in the program? Yes No

District/Affiliation: Co-Presenter: Mrs. Mr. Ms. Dr. Title/Position: District/Affiliation: Co-Presenter: Mrs. Mr. Ms. Dr. Title/Position: District/Affiliation: Target audience. Teachers of grades (check all that apply): K 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Descriptive Title of Presentation (limit to 50 characters):





Brief Abstract (Limit to 50 words). If accepted, the abstract will be used in brochure (subject to editing).

Objectives of Proposed Session (use active verbs; limit to 3 objectives):

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Detailed Description of Session (200-250 word description to help the program committee evaluate your proposal. Describe how the session relates to the grades you selected. Use active verbs to describe exactly what will occur in the session. Examples include words such as describe, discuss, engage, simulate, and present. Describe specific presentation techniques that you will use (such as interactive, table discussions, or multimedia). Describe what you will do in the session and what the participants can expect to leave with. All sessions should address current research, policy implications, and best practice.



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