I'm hosting a week long, free, online event for math teachers and other interested educators. This will follow Steve H's "unconference" model and will respond to the interests and goals of the participants. The aim is to provide a forum through a math moodle for us to connect, share, and collaborate.

If you're interested, please join CEET and then become a member of the Math 2.0 group there. On that group page you'll find the registration link and you can add yourself to the wiki. The information you give us on the wiki Meet & Greet page will help us create a group of starter topics for the week.

I hope to see lots of new faces in CEET and add you to my list of colleagues there.

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I also found a 6 week free workshop offered by Drexel for grade 5-9 teachers that looks wonderful. You can go to this link on my CEET (Community of Expertise in Educational Technology) Math 2.0 page for more information.

From their website: Teachers will explore how technology can help students build algebraic reasoning as they model and solve contextualized problems using a variety of representations, including graphs, tables, equations, and words. This workshop requires a commitment of about 15 hours per week.

I have emailed for more information and will add more when it arrives.
Here's more information on the Drexel workshop: http://mathforum.org/nsdl_mathtech/online/overview.html



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