Explore mathematical issues and ideas relevant to secondary school teaching and learning in the technologically-sophisticated 21st century. Each participant chooses two "courses" that meet for a total of 9 hours each.Institute Dates: 14 - 18 July 2014 (Monday through Friday)Times: 8:00 am until 3:30 pm Monday - Thursday; 8:00 am until noon FridayCourses for 2 hours each day Monday through Thursday, and for 1 hour on FridayNon-course sessions are offered in 45-minute format from Monday through ThursdayHousing and meals are providedWi-Fi connectivity provided by Tulane UniversitySessions are punctuated with breaks and refreshments; social outings, evening programs, and sightseeing events are also planned for the institute
- Type: Community,Business & Technology,Educational
- Venue Description:
A part of the prestigious Association of American Universities, Tulane University of Louisiana is a historic university established in the middle of 19th Century. Spread across 45 acres (18.2 hectares) in uptown New Orleans, the university has more than 13,000 students enrolled in various programs of undergraduate, graduate and professional courses in the fields of architecture, liberal arts, science, law, business, medicine and social work. The university strives hard to provide overall growth opportunities to students, and hence, has various cultural and sports events organized in its campus. The campus is home to various structures housing the colleges and schools of the university that reflect Renaissance, Romanesque and Tudor Revival style of architecture and watching these on a tour to the university is quite an experience in itself. Call ahead or visit their website to know more.
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