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  1. 1. Molloy College & Texas Instruments Present: Teachers Teaching with Technology 3 T Regional Conference Friday, November 5 & Saturday, November 6, 2010 Molloy College Rockville Centre, NY Co-Sponsored by the: Nassau County Association of Mathematics Supervisors; Nassau County Mathematics Teachers Association andAssociation of the Teachers of Mathematics of New York CityOver 40 speakers, 60 topics and 80 sessions to choose from. Register before October 22nd and Save! Register Now - Space is Limited! www.molloy.edu/t3
  2. 2. 3 T Regional Conference November 5 & 6, 2010 ● Molloy College ● Rockville Centre, NYConference Description Keynote Speaker – Frank Sobierajski 3 This T Regional Conference is designed to help The Keynote Speaker on Friday, November 5th willeducators integrate TI technology into your be Frank Sobierajski. Frank is the Data Manager forclassroom. You will be able to choose from a variety the Association of Mathematics Teachers of NY Stateof sessions to meet your individual needs. The and has spent 32 years in education. He has taughtsessions are designed for both new, as well as middle and high school mathematics as well asexperienced, math and science teachers in grades K computer science and computer engineering. He hasthrough 12. Each session will be full of ideas for you spent his last 10 years as his district’s technology andto take back to your classroom. math coordinator. He has been an adjunct instructor What you can expect from this conference: of computer science at SUNY Oswego and an• Attend beginner through advanced sessions instructor of computer engineering for Syracuse• Learn from experienced educators University Project Advance. In addition, as a doctoral• Choose from hands-on and demonstration student he supervised student teachers in the field sessions for new and experienced educators and has taught graduate courses in mathematics• Network with other educators from your region education at Syracuse University and is currently an• Receive lots of great classroom activities and ideas adjunct with UC Berkeleys Extension Program.• Exchange ideas with others who are trying new He has presented at 11 national conferences as techniques in their classrooms well as dozens of state and regional conferences. He• Acquire the latest news on TI technology has directed 3 summer institutes for the Association of Mathematics Teachers of NY State including this• Return to your classroom with a renewed summer’s STEM Institute with STANYS and NYSTEA. enthusiasm for teachingDates/Times Sessions Location The conference will be given in the Wilbur Arts The conference will be offered on Friday, November Center on Friday and Saturday, Molloy College, 10005 from 8:00 a.m. - 2:45/3:00 p.m. and on Saturday, Hempstead Avenue, Rockville Centre, NY, 11571.November 6 from 8:00 a.m.- 12:45/1:00 p.m. at Travel directions will be sent with your confirmation.Molloy College. Molloy College is an independent, If you should need hotel arrangements, please callcomprehensive college located on a 25-acre campus 516-678-5000 ext. 6483 or visit us on the web atin Rockville Centre, Long Island, just forty minutes www.molloy.edu/t3 for a list of area hotels.from the heart of New York City. The Conference will offer the following sessions: Registration Friday: an Opening General Session, followed by a To register for the conference, please follow the90-minute concurrent session, lunch/raffle, a registration instructions on the registration form on50-minute concurrent session and then a the back of this brochure. Fees are as follows:75/90-minute concurrent session in the afternoon. Registration Periods/Dates Two Days One-DaySaturday: a morning 90-minute concurrent session, Regular Reg. 7/16 - 10/22 $95 $55followed by a 50-minute concurrent session, a Late Registration after 10/22 $105 $65break/raffle, and a 75/90-minute concurrent session. Pre-Service Teachers by 10/22 No Charge The Agenda and Concurrent Session descriptions (Student ID required at check in)can be found on the pages that follow. Registration is limited. In-person registration the Attendees have the option of registering for both day of the conference is on a space available basisdays or for just one day: Friday or Saturday. and cannot be guaranteed. A continental breakfast on Friday and Saturday and Refund Policy: A full refund will be granted as longa buffet lunch on Friday are included in the price of as you contact us by October 22nd. Refunds will notthe conference. be granted after October 22nd; however substitutions can be made until November 5th at no charge. For Further Information Please visit our website at: www.molloy.edu/t3 T3 or e-mail: lcino@molloy.edu Regional Conference Agenda Over $500 in door prizes from or call t: 516-678-5000 ext. 6483. Texas Instruments!
  3. 3. T3 Regional Conference Agenda Friday, November 5 8:00 - 8:30 - 9:45 - 11:15 a.m. (F-1) 11:30 a.m. - 12:20 p.m. (F-2) 12:30 - 1:15 p.m. 1:30 p.m. - 2:45/3:00 p.m. (F-3) 8:30 a.m. 9:30 a.m.Registration Opening F-IA, Algebra with TI-Nspire F-2A, A Journey Through the TI-84s Lunch and Raffle F-3A, Car for Sale: Was $50,000, now $500 and General Statistical Graphs Session canceled Session canceledContinental Session F-IB, An Inspired Look at Geometry F-2B, Algebra for the Struggling Learner with F-3B, Evolution: Foundations in Vivo and in Breakfast Technology Silico Session canceled F-IC, An Introduction to CAS Technology F-2C Enhance Your Geometry Lessons with F-3C, Geometers Sketch Pad (TI-89 and VOYAGE 200) Session canceled Cabri Jr. on the Graphing Calculator F-ID, How a Calculator Actually F-2D, Explorations of Online Teacher F-3D, Google for Educators Determines A Linear Regression Session Resources canceled F-IE, Increasing Student Success Using F-2E, From Sigma to Eternity: the Endless F-3E, I Didnt Know You Could Do That on a On-Line Homework Exploration of Sequences and Series SMART Board: 6-8 F-IF, Journey to the Centers of a Triangle F-2F, I Didnt Know You Could Do That on a F-3F, Introduction to Cabri Jr. Session canceled SMART Board: K-5 F-IG, Learn All About Smart View 3.0 F-2G, Math Nspire F-3G, Look, Ma, No Calculator! F-IH, Lets Get Series F-3H, New Geometry Software for Elementary Grades Session canceled F-II, Real World Data in a Virtual F-2H, Moving with Three Variables: t, x, y F-3I, Nspire Navigator in the Algebra Two Trig Environment Session canceled Classroom F-IJ, Teaching Geometry with Quilts and F-2I, Navigating through Middle Level Math F-3J, Nspire Navigator Interactive Classroom Stained Glass (K-5) F-IK, TI-84 In the Middle Grades F-2J, Smart Board/Superbowl F-3K, TI-84 New OS and Algebra I F-IL, TI-Interactive - The Best Kept Secret F-2K, TI CBL 2 System as a Science F-3L, TI-Nspire and the High School Math Laboratory Tool Session canceled Class F-IM TI-Navigator in the Secondary Math F-3M, Using Algebra Nspired in the Classroom Classroom Session canceled F-IN, Using Technology in Elementary F-2L, Trade In your TI Nspire for a new one F-3N, Using Sliders and Parameters in School Session canceled with the Touchpad Session canceled Analyzing Families of Functions F-IO, What’s New in the TI-Nspire 2.1 F-2M, Using the TI-Nspire in Algebra 2 and F-3O, Using Technology in Elementary School Operating System? Session canceled Trig Session canceled F-2N, Using the TI-Nspire in Geometry F-3P, Whats New in the TI-84 2.5 MP Session canceled Operating System? Session canceled F-IP, You Mean They Already Made My F-2O, Come See the New Nspire Operating Lessons? System 2.1 Session Added Saturday, November 6 8:00 - 11:10 - 8:30 - 10:00 a.m. (S-1) 10:15 - 11:05 a.m. (S-2) 11:30 a.m. - 12:45/1:00 p.m. (S-3) 8:30 a.m. 11:30 a.m.Registration S-IA, An Inspired Look at Geometry S-2A, Algebra for the Struggling Learner with Morning S-3A, Applications to Enhance Learning and Technology Break andContinental S-IB, An Introduction to CAS Technology (TI- S-2B, Combining TIs Smartview With Your Raffle S-3B, Calculator Explorations That Improve Student Breakfast 89 and VOYAGE 200) Session canceled Smartboard -- a sharing of ideas! Understanding of Limits and Derivatives S-IC, Car for Sale: Was $50,000, now $500 S-2C, Discovering the Definition of a Parabola S-3C, Geometric Constructions Using GeoGebra S-ID, Extending the Pythagorean Theorem to S-2D, Explorations of Online Teacher Resources S-3D, How a Calculator Actually Determines A the Quadrilateral Session canceled Linear Regression S-IE, Fun With Data Collection S-2E, I Didnt Know You Could Do That on a S-3E, I Didnt Know You Could Do That on a SMART SMART Board: K-5 Board: 6-8 S-IF, Hands-on with the TI Smart View 3.1 S-2F, It Has to be Right, That’s What My S-3F, Integrating TI-Smartview & SMART Board to Calculator ‘Says’ !!! Increase Student Engagement S-IG, I Didnt Know the TI-34 Could Do That! S-2G, Moving with Three Variables: t, x, y S-3G, Learn All About Smart View 3.0 Session Session canceled canceled S-IH, Incorporating TI Nspire CAS in an S-2H, Nspire your Algebra and Geometry?? S-3H, Leveraging the Nspire Navigator to Inclusion Classroom Session canceled Differentiate Instruction S-II, Journey to the Centers of a Triangle S-2I, TI CBL 2 System as a Science Laboratory S-3I, New Geometry Software for Elementary Tool Session canceled Grades S-IJ, Lets Get Series Session canceled S-3J, These are a Few of My Favorite Things S-IK, Real World Data in a Virtual Environment S-2J, Trade In your TI Nspire for a new one with S-3K, TI-Nspire and the High School Math Class the Touchpad Session canceled S-IL, Take It to the Limit S-2K, Using Cabri Jr. Geometry in Algebra Class S-3L, Using Algebra Nspired in the Classroom S-IM, Teaching Geometry with Quilts and Session canceled Session canceled Stained Glass (K-5) S-IN, TI-84 In the Middle Grades S-2L, Using the TI-Nspire in Algebra 2 and Trig S-3M, Using the Regression on the TI84 to Obtain S-IO, Using Sliders and Parameters in S-2M, Using the TI-Nspire in Geometry Equations Session canceled Analyzing Families of Functions Session S-2N, Using the TI-Nspire to Explore Graph S-3N, Whats New in the TI-84 2.5 MP Operating canceled Theory Session canceled System? Session canceled S-2O, Come See the New Nspire Operating System 2.1 Session Added
  4. 4. Concurrent Session Descriptions The Concurrent Session descriptions can be found on the following four pages. The descriptions are arranged in alphabetical order. Session(s): refers to the days (F= Friday, S=Saturday) and times that sessions will be offered. Concurrent session times can be found on the Agenda. Participant level: refers to the suggested skill level of the participant, B = Beginner, I = Intermediate, A = Advanced st nd Session Max: is the maximum number allowed in a session, sessions may close out; please indicate a 1 & 2 choice of sessions on your registration.A Journey Through the TI-84s Statistical Graphs Come See the New Nspire Operating System 2.1 – Sessions added!Presenter: Brian Shedrow, Great Neck South High School Presenter: Fran Bellows Levy, Texas InstrumentsSession(s): F2 Grade Levels: 6-12 Session(s): F2 and S2 Grade Levels: VariousSession canceled Participant Level: B, I, A Session Max: 30 See all the features of this new FREE OS. The interface is simplified .BringAlgebra for the Struggling Learner with Technology your unit and leave with the new OS.Presenter: Sonja Barrera, Massapequa High School AMES CampusSession(s): F2 and S2 Grade Levels: various Discovering the Definition of a ParabolaParticipant Level: B Session Max: 30 Presenter: Stan PappoDo you teach students who are having trouble with the Integrated Algebra Session(s): S2 Grade Levels: 9-12curriculum? This workshop will help you better incorporate the technology that Participant Level: I Session Max: 30your students are already using to help them be successful on the Integrated Students discover the definition of the parabola in four ways using TI-Nspire:Algebra Regents. We will focus on using the Smart-View emulator to both visually, geometrically, algebraically, and graphically.present and model student activities. You will learn about the awesomefeatures of the FREE upgrade to the new 2.53MP operating system for the TI- Enhance Your Geometry Lessons with Cabri Jr. on the Graphing84. Calculator Presenter: Dr. Susan Smith, Molloy CollegeAlgebra with TI-Nspire Session(s): F2 Grade Levels: 9-12Presenter: Ann Davidian, Gen Douglas MacArthur HS Participant Level: B Session Max: 25Session(s): F1 Grade Levels: 9-12 We will look at the basic operations of Cabri Jr. focusing on the triangle. ThisParticipant Level: B Session Max: 25 workshop does not assume any previous knowledge of the GraphingWhen students are involved in a lesson, they form a deeper understanding of Calculator or the Cabri Jr. Application.the material. TI-Nspires dynamically linked representations provide studentswith multi-representations of a problem. This enables students to explore Evolution: Foundations in Vivo and in Silicodifferent problem-solving techniques. Come and see what everyone is talking Presenter: Dr. Natalie Hammerman and Dr. Anthony Tolvo, Molloy Collegeabout. Bring home some great activities to use with your class. Session(s): F3 Grade Levels: 9-12 Participant Level: B Session Max: 25An Inspired Look at Geometry Session canceledPresenter: Vincent DotySession(s): F1 and S1 Grade Levels: Various Explorations of Online Teacher ResourcesParticipant Level: B, I Session Max: 30 Presenter: Jo Ann Miltenberg, Farmingdale Public SchoolsUsing TI Nspire to enhance the teaching of geometry. Participants will use Session(s): F2 and S2 Grade Levels: K-12material from mathnspired.com. They will also learn to create constructions Participant Level: Various Session Max: 30and explore geometry through the NY State standards and nygeometry.com. Veteran teachers or Pre-service teachers - why recreate the wheel? Explore some of the resources available for use in your classroom. StudentAn Introduction to CAS Technology (TI-89 and VOYAGE 200) worksheets, teacher lessons, interactive activities, and more. Bring your ownPresenter: Jay Schiffman, Rowan University favorite sites to share.Session(s): S1 Grade Levels: 9-12Session canceled Extending the Pythagorean Theorem to the Quadrilateral Presenter: Eugene Olmstead, T3 National InstructorApplications to Enhance Learning Session(s): S1 Grade Levels: 9-12Presenter: Jo Ann Miltenberg, Farmingdale Public Schools Session CanceledSession(s): S3 Grade Levels: 9-12Participant Level: Various Session Max: 30 From Sigma to Eternity: the Endless Exploration of Sequences andUse the TI-84+ applications to decrease “chalk ‘n talk” and increase Seriesunderstanding. An overview on integrating applications like WhatAngle, Presenter: Christine Healy, Bethpage High SchoolAreaFrm, ProSim, Transfrm, AlgPrt1 and more into your curriculum. Session(s): F2 Grade Levels: 9-12 Participant Level: Various Session Max: 25Calculator Explorations That Improve Student Understanding of Limits This workshop will cover Arithmetic and Geometric Sequences, as well asand Derivatives Arithmetic, Geometric and Infinite Series with an eye toward making this topicPresenter: Kenneth Collins, Charlotte Latin School simpler for Int Alg II and trig students and their teachers. Hand-outs andSession(s): S3 Grade Levels: 9-12 powerpoints will be utilized.Participant Level: B, I Session Max: 30We will use classroom ready handouts that allow students to explore examples Fun With Data Collectionthat help them improve their understanding of limits and derivatives. All Presenter: Jo Ann Miltenberg, Farmingdale Public Schoolsparticipants will receive a copy of these examples. All levels of caclculator Session(s): S1 Grade Levels: 9-12users are welcome. Participant Level: Various Session Max: 30 Use the CBL2 (Calculator Based Lab) and the CBR (motion detector) to collectCar for Sale: Was $50,000, now $500 "real-world" data for linear, quadratic, exponential, and sinusoidal regression.Presenter: Gurkan Kose, Apple Educational Services, Inc. Experiment with light probes, temperature probes, microphones and more!Session(s): S1 Grade Levels: 9-12 Use EasyData probes for a quick introduction to a lesson.Participant Level: B, I Session Max: 25Participants will engage in an interactive workshop in which they will calculatethe value of a car over time using TI-Nspire. The handheld will allow them to Geometers Sketch Padmanipulate and view multiple representations of the problem at once. Presenter: Peter Hollenstein, Molloy College Session(s): F3 Grade Levels: VariousCombining TIs Smartview With Your Smartboard -- a sharing of ideas! Participant Level: Various Session Max: 12Presenter: Richard Schiller, St. John the Baptist Learn how to use GSP to draw lines, circles and polygons. Using theseSession(s): S2 Grade Levels: Various constructions, you will be able to lead your students into discovering theParticipant Level: B, I, A Session Max: 30 various properties of specific shapes, e.g. isosceles triangles, parrallelograms,Come with an idea that you want to share with the group. How do you use hexagons, circles with chords, secants and tangents. The basic NY StateSmartview and your Smartboard in your high school math classes (Algebra Constructions will be addressed. In addition, you will learn how to constructthrough Calculus). Take a few minutes and present to the group or come and regular polygons and overlapping triangles. Bring a flashdrive to save yourperhaps gain some new ideas! work.
  5. 5. Geometric Constructions Using GeoGebra the different Emulators available and discuss different ways they can bePresenter: Salvatore Petrilli, Jr, Adelphi University utilized in a math classroom to enhance student understanding andSession(s): S3 Grade Levels: 9-12 engagement.Participant Level: B, I Session Max: 12With the introduction of a new Geometry curriculum in NYS, it has become Introduction to Cabri Jr.necessary to have dynamical software which can aid in the teaching of proofs Presenter: Les Kellner, Baldwin High Schooland abstract reasoning. Geometric constructions Using GeoGebra is an Session(s): F3 Grade Levels: Variousinteractive computer program that uses free software package GeoGebra and Participant Level: B Session Max: 15will allow students to assemble the geometric constructions found in the New Participants will learn the basics of this dynamic software. Activities willYork State curriculum. In addition, the presentation will serve as an include: measurement of angles, segments, area, perimeter, basicintroduction to GeoGebra, as well as a forum for all attendees to try the constructions and suggestions on how to use this software in the geometrycomputer program and learn about its usage in the classroom. classroom.Google for Educators It Has to be Right, Thats What My Calculator ‘Says’!!!Presenter: Tina Mancuso, The Sage Colleges Presenter: Abraham Mantell, Nassau Community CollegeSession(s): F3 Grade Levels: 9-12 Session(s): S2 Grade Levels: 9-12Participant Level: B Session Max: 30 Participant Level: Various Session Max: 30This workshop will introduce mathematics teachers to some of the Googles Through the use of some well-chosen examples, this presentation shows howtools for education. Participants need a gmail account to attend. students can be easily misled by the use of technology (both calculators and math software), and in some cases get wrong answers! Thus, emphasizing theHands-on with the TI Smart View 3.1 need for a deeper understanding of the mathematical principles involved.Presenter: Martha Green, Molloy CollegeSession(s): S1 Grade Levels: Various Journey to the Centers of a TriangleParticipant Level: B, I Session Max: 12 Presenter: William Caroscio, T3 InstructorBring a laptop and a flash drive. Leave with 30 day trial of TI-SmartView 3.1 Session(s): S1 Grade Levels: 9-12and hands-on practice saving, loading and transferring data from one computer Participant Level: I Session Max: 25to another. Experience with the SmartView not necessary. This workshop will How many centers does a triangle have? Come and investigate some knownconcentrate on maximizing the features of this software which allows teachers and not so popular centers.to use their emulators on any Smart View, in any location. Learn All About Smart View 3.2How a Calculator Actually Determines A Linear Regression Presenter: Martha Green, Molloy CollegePresenter: Paul Schwiegerling, Buffalo State College Session(s): F1 Grade Levels: VariousSession(s): S3 Grade Levels: Pre-Service Participant Level: B, I Session Max: 25Participant Level: I, A Session Max: 30 The improvements to the newest version Smart View 3.0 will be analyzed.A concise review of how the calculator calculates. A review of the Algebra and Management techniques, how to transfer files between a flash drive and SmartGraph theory involved. Bring your calculator! View, and numerous other little known facts about this amazing tool will be discussed.I Didnt Know the TI-34 Could Do That!Presenter: Sonja Barrera, Massapequa High School AMES Campus Lets Get SeriesSession(s): S1 Grade Levels: 6-8 Presenter: Robert Anderson, Stony Brook University (SUNY)Participant Level: B Session Max: 30 Session(s): F1 Grade Levels: VariousDid you know that you could use the TI-34 to find the rule of a function or to Participant Level: A Session Max: 30evaluate expressions with variables? Learn about all of the great features of The concepts of sequences, series and convergence are often difficult forthe TI-34. students to understand. The TI83/84 calculators have wonderful features that allow us to create sequences and series and to visualize them. We start withI Didnt Know You Could Do That on a SMART Board: 6-8 using the calculator to generate sequence on the home screen and to graphPresenter: Matthew Ringh, Tequipment, Inc them in the sequence mode. This will allow us to observe how the sequencesSession(s): F3 and S3 Grade Levels: 6-8 and series behave and to "see" what the N - epsilon definition of convergenceParticipant Level: B, I Session Max: 30 means. If time allows we will look at Maclaurin Series and actually watch theThis interacive session will focus on inserting rich media into SMART Notebook series approximate a given function more and more accurately as the numberSoftware. Among the topics covered will be Interactive Teaching Programs, of terms increases. Previous experience with sequences and series will beSound, Video, Shockwave Flash, Animated GIFs, Applets and Math Games. helpful.I Didnt Know You Could Do That on a SMART Board: K-5 Leveraging the Nspire Navigator to Differentiate InstructionPresenter: Matthew Ringh, Tequipment, Inc Presenter: Howard Stern, DeWitt Clinton High SchoolSession(s): F2and S2 Grade Levels: Elementary Session(s): S3 Grade Levels: VariousParticipant Level: B, I Session Max: 30 Participant Level: B Session Max: 30This interacive session will focus on inserting rich media into SMART Notebook Learn how the Nspire Navigator can help you to address the needs of all theSoftware. Among the topics covered will be Interactive Teaching Programs, students in your classes. Session is intended for people familiar with NspireSound, Video, Shockwave Flash, Animated GIFs Applets,and Math Games. but new to Navigator.Incorporating TI Nspire CAS in an Inclusion Classroom Look, Ma, No Calculator!Presenter: Anna Panova, Lawrence High School Presenter: A. Jorge Garcia, Baldwin High SchoolSession(s): S1 Grade Levels: 9-12 Session(s): F3 Grade Levels: 9-12Session canceled Participant Level: I Session Max: 12 How to teach mathematics with technology. We will compare TI-83/84 toIncreasing Student Success Using On-Line Homework Sage, a computer algebra system. In addition, we will talk about recordingPresenter: Tina Mancuso, The Sage Colleges your class for youtube.Session(s): F1 Grade Levels: 9-12Participant Level: B Session Max: 30 Math NspireThis presentation will introduce mathematics teachers to the various on-line Presenter: Ann Davidian, Gen Douglas MacArthur HShomework programs available. Packages to be discussed include WebAssign, Session(s): F2 Grade Levels: 9-12MathZone and Course Compass. The author will also discuss the results from Participant Level: B Session Max: 25implementing an online homework system. Come and see some TI Nspire activies that you can bring back to your classes. These activities are taken from the TI website and come complete with studentIntegrating TI-SmartView and SMART Board to Increase activity sheets, teacher notes and files.Student EngagementPresenter: Anna Panova, Lawrence High SchoolSession(s): S3 Grade Levels: 6-12Participant Level: B, I Session Max: 20In this session participants will explore different ways to incorporate TIEmulator Software in a classroom with a SMART Board. We will take a look at
  6. 6. Moving with Three Variables: t, x, y These are a Few of My Favorite ThingsPresenter: Dr. Maxine Lifshitz, Friends Academy Presenters: Pam OBrien and Aaron Tam, Ward Melville High SchoolSession(s): F2 and S2 Grade Levels: 9-12 Session(s): S3 Grade Levels: 9-12Sessions canceled Participant Level: B, I, A Session Max: 30 Come and sample some of our favorite activities from Algebra II/Pre-Calc,Navigating through Middle Level Math Geometry, Statistics & Calculus. This is a hands-on session where participantsPresenter: Caryl Lorandini, Carle Place MS will be encouraged to explore. Be prepared to have some fun and leave withSession(s): F2 Grade Levels: 6-8 some new ideas.Participant Level: B, I Session Max: 25Have fun exploring Middle Level lessons with the TI-Navigator. You will have TI CBL 2 System as a Science Laboratory Toolas much fun as your students when you learn how to incorporate the Navigator Presenter: Roger Gennari, Molloy Collegein your lessons. Session(s): F2 and S2 Grade Levels: 6-12 Participant Level: B Session Max: 25New Geometry Software for Elementary Grades Sessions canceledPresenter: Roberta M. EisenbergSession(s): S3 Grade Levels: Elementary TI-84 In the Middle GradesParticipant Level: Various Session Max: 30 Presenter: Dr. Michelle Merriweather, College of New RochelleCome see what the soon-to-be-released Cabri Elementary can do! Session(s): F1 and S1 Grade Levels: 6-8 Participant Level: B Session Max: 30Nspire Navigator in the Algebra Two Trig Classroom This session will go over activities to use in the Middle Grades classroom.Presenter: Lawrence Maggio, Plainedge High SchoolSession(s): F3 Grade Levels: 9-12 TI-84 New OS and Algebra IParticipant Level: B, I, A Session Max: 30 Presenter: Vincent Doty,This session will focus on how the new TI Nspire Navigator can be used to help Session(s): F3 Grade Levels: Variousensure student understandings for the state wide Algebra Two and Participant Level: B, I, A Session Max: 30Trigonometry Course. Sharing tns files as well as using screen capture and Participants will be familiarized with the features of OS 2.53. A close look atquick polls will be implemented in topics ranging from function analysis to factoring, writing radicals in simplest form and where/how your ti-84+ could begraphing trig functions all while using a Smartboard. used on the Algebra I Regents.Nspire Navigator Interactive Classroom TI-Interactive - The Best Kept SecretPresenter: Jo Ann Miltenberg, Farmingdale Public Schools Presenter: Jo Ann Miltenberg, Farmingdale Public SchoolsSession(s): F3 Grade Levels: Various Session(s): F1 Grade Levels: 9-12Participant Level: I Session Max: 30 Participant Level: Various Session Max: 30TI-Nspire Navigator wireless remote learning system sends documents and Put an end to cut and pasting. Use Interactive software to create graphs andanalyzes data. Quick poll and the "live presenter" feature check for tables, import calculator screens, collect data and search online. The All-In-understanding and increases student engagement. Pre-made One program.action/consequence documents promote discussion. TI-Navigator in the Secondary Math ClassroomNspire your Algebra and Geometry ?? Presenter: Lawrence Maggio, Plainedge High SchoolPresenter: Brittany Zweibel, Gen Douglas MacArthur HS Session(s): F1 Grade Levels: 9-12Session(s): S2 Grade Levels: 9-12 Participant Level: I, A Session Max: 30Participant Level: B Session Max: 20 This session will focus on how the TI Navigator can be used to help ensureActivities for your algebra and geometry classes will be shared during this student understandings at the secondary level. Courses ranging from Algebrasession. Two and Trig, Precalculus and AP Calculus will be discussed. Using the new TI-84 operating system attendees will log into Navigator and participate inReal World Data in a Virtual Environment lessons using Activity Center, Screen Capture, Quick Polls and Learn Checks.Presenter: Matthew Ringh, Tequipment, IncSession(s): F1 and S1 Grade Levels: 9-12 TI-Nspire and the High School Math ClassParticipant Level: I, A Session Max: 30 Presenter: Tara Koebel, W.T. Clarke HSIn this hands-on session we will explore how the SMART Board Interactive Session(s): F3 and S3 Grade Levels: 9-12Whiteboard can be used as a hub to collect, analyze and present data. This Participant Level: B Session Max: 25session will deomonstrate how the combined power of the TI-Smartview, the Explore the TI-Nspire calculator for the first time. We will walk through all theCalculator Based Laboratory (CBL-2), and SMART Notebook Math Tools, can basic applications as well as new updates to this calculator. Share and receivebe used to explore and explain the world around us. documents that can be used every day.Smart Board/Superbowl Trade In your TI Nspire for a new one with the TouchpadPresenter: Sharon Ciccone, SW BOCES Presenter: Fran Bellows Levy, Texas InstrumentsSession(s): F2 Grade Levels: Various Session(s): F2 and S2 Grade Levels: VariousParticipant Level: B, I Session Max: 25 Session canceled- call 800-TI CARES to trade in your unit.Uses statistics from 2007 superbowl to do data analysis, box-whiskers, fivenumber summary, linear regression. Using Algebra Nspired in the Classroom Presenter: Dr. Michelle Merriweather, College of New RochelleTake It to the Limit Session(s): S3 Grade Levels: VariousPresenters: Pam OBrien and Aaron Tam, Ward Melville High School Session canceledSession(s): S1 Grade Levels: 9-12Participant Level: I Session Max: 30 Using Cabri Jr. Geometry in Algebra ClassThe use of the TI-Nspire to find the definiation of the limit of a sequence Presenter: Christopher Monahan, Niskayuna High Schoolintuitively will be explored in this session. Session(s): S2 Grade Levels: 9-12 Session canceledTeaching Geometry with Quilts and Stained Glass (K-5)Presenter: Roberta M. Eisenberg Using Sliders and Parameters in Analyzing Families of FunctionsSession(s): F-1 and S1 Grade Levels: Elementary Presenter: Christopher Monahan, Niskayuna High SchoolParticipant Level: Various Session Max: 30 Session(s): F3 Grade Levels: 9-12Using patterns found in quilts (made by a friend) and stained glass Participant Level: Various Session Max: 30tessellations (made by the presenter), topics such as geometric Graphing technology allows us to efficiently sutdy families of functions fromtransformations, properties of quadrilaterals and circles, and other concepts will Algebra 1 through Slope Fields. Well play with functions in rectangular, polarbe discussed. Class projects can be made relatively easily; the "quilts" require and parametric form.no fabric or sewing and the "stained glass" requires no glass.
  7. 7. Using Technology in Elementary School Whats New in the TI-84 2.5 MP Operating System?Presenter: Maria Scognamiglio-Higuera, Munsey Park Presenter: Sonja Barrera, Massapequa High School AMES CampusSession(s): F3 Grade Levels: Elementary Session(s): S3 Grade Levels: 9-12Session canceled Session canceledUsing the Regression on the TI84 to Obtain Equations Whats New in the TI-Nspire 2.1 Operating System?Presenter: Helen Rodney, Samuel Compers CTE High School Presenter: Sonja Barrera, Massapequa High School AMES CampusSession(s): S3 Grade Levels: Various Session(s): F1 Grade Levels: 9-12Session canceled Session canceledUsing the TI-Nspire in Algebra 2 and Trig You Mean They Already Made My Lessons?Presenter: Robyn Poulsen, Lake Placid Middle/High School Presenter: Sharon Ciccone, SW BOCESSession(s): F2 and S2 Grade Levels: 9-12 Session(s): F1 Grade Levels: 6-12Participant Level: B Session Max: 30 Participant Level: B, I, A Session Max: 12The Nspire will be used as my student notebook, textbook and calculator in Learn how to use the mathnspired website with prepared lessons2010-2011. Ill share favorite lessons and provide tips for successfully creating Video clips and activities to correspond to your lessons.your own lessons.Using the TI-Nspire in GeometryPresenter: Tammy Casey, Lake Placid High SchoolSession(s): S2 Grade Levels: 9-12Participant Level: B, I Session Max: 25The Nspires has been used as my students notebook for the past year. I willshare some of my favorite lessons and provie tips for creating your own lesson.Using TI-Nspire to Explore Graph TheoryPresenter: Anna Panova, Lawrence High SchoolSession(s): S2 Grade Levels: 9-12Session canceled Concurrent Session Speakers/Session Titles Robert Anderson: Lets Get Series Anna Panova: Incorporating TI Nspire CAS in an Inclusion Classroom; Integrating Sonja Barrera: Algebra for the Struggling Learner with Technology; I Didnt Know the TI-SmartView and SMART Board to Increase TI-34 Could Do That!; Whats New in the TI-84 2.5 MP Operating System?; Whats Student Engagement; Using TI-Nspire to Explore Graph Theory New in the TI-Nspire 2.0 Operating System? Stan Pappo: Discovering the Definition of a Parabola Fran Bellows Levy : Trade In your TI Nspire for a new one with the Touchpad; Come Salvatore Petrilli, Jr.: Geometric Constructions Using GeoGebra See the New Nspire Operating System 2.1 Robyn Poulsen: Using the TI-Nspire in Algebra 2 and Trig William Caroscio: Journey to the Centers of a Triangle Matthew Ringh: I Didnt Know You Could Do That on a SMART Board: 6-8; I Didnt Tammy Casey: Using the TI-Nspire in Geometry; You Mean They Already Made My Know You Could Do That on a SMART Board: K-5; Real World Data in a Virtual Lessons? Environment Kenneth Collins: Calculator Explorations That Improve Student Understanding of Helen Rodney: Using the Regression on the TI84 to Obtain Equations Limits and Derivatives Jay Schiffman: An Introduction to CAS Technology (TI-89 and VOYAGE 200) Ann Davidian: Algebra with TI-Nspire; Math Nspire Richard Schiller: Combining TIs Smartview With Your Smartboard -- a sharing of Vincent Doty: An Inspired Look at Geometry; TI-84 New OS and Algebra I ideas! Roberta M. Eisenberg: New Geometry Software for Elementary Grades, Teaching Paul Schwiegerling: How a Calculator Actually Determines A Linear Regression Geometry with Quilts and Stained Glass (K-5) Maria Scognamiglio-Higuera: Using Technology in Elementary School A. Jorge Garcia: Look, Ma, No Calculator! Brian Shedrow: A Journey Through the TI-84s Statistical Graphs Roger Gennari: TI CBL 2 System as a Science Laboratory Tool Susan Smith: Enhance Your Geometry Lessons with Cabri Jr. on the Graphing Martha Green: Hands-on with the TI Smart View 3.1; Learn All About Smart View 3.0 Calculator Natalie Hammerman: Evolution: Foundations in Vivo and in Silico Howard Stern: Leveraging the Nspire Navigator to Differentiate Instruction Christine Healy: Sequences: Arithmetic, Geometric and Infinite Aaron Tam: Take It to the Limit, These are a Few of My Favorite Things Peter Hollenstein: Geometers Sketch Pad Anthony Tolvo: Evolution: Foundations in Vivo and in Silico Les Kellner: Introduction to Cabri Jr. Brittany Zweibel: Nspire your Algebra and Geometry?? Tara Koebel: TI-Nspire and the High School Math Class Gurkan Kose: Car for Sale: Was $50,000, now $500 Maxine Lifshitz: Moving with Three Variables: t, x, y Caryl Lorandini: Navigating through Middle Level Math Lawrence Maggio: Nspire Navigator in the Algebra Two Trig Classroom; TI- Navigator in the Secondary Math Classroom Tina Mancuso: Google for Educators; Increasing Student Success Using On-Line Homework Abraham Mantell: It Has to be Right, Thats What My Calculator ‘Says’!!! Michelle Merriweather: TI-84 In the Middle Grades; Using Algebra Nspired in the Classroom Jo Ann Miltenberg: Applications to Enhance Learning; Explorations of Online Teacher Resources; Fun With Data Collection; Nspire Navigator Interactive Classroom; TI-Interactive - The Best Kept Secret Christopher Monahan: Using Cabri Jr. Geometry in Algebra Class; Using Sliders and Parameters in Analyzing Families of Functions Pam OBrien: Take It to the Limit, These are a Few of My Favorite Things Eugene Olmstead: Extending the Pythagorean Theorem to the Quadrilateral
  8. 8. T3 CONFERENCE REGISTRATION FORMOn-line registration is available on our website at: www.molloy.edu/t3 or you may send this registration form with your check oryour credit card information or your purchase order payment to: Molloy College, Division of Continuing Education, PO Box 5002.,Rockville Centre, NY 11571-5002. You may also phone in your registration by calling 516-678-5000 ext. 6206 or fax in yourregistration by calling 516-256-2233 with your Visa or MasterCard information or purchase order information. A confirmation,with directions to the campus, will be sent upon receipt of your registration. Please refer to the Agenda or the ConcurrentSession Information for the session number information. Registration Periods/Dates Two Days One-Day Regular Registration 7/16 - 10/22 $95 $55 Late Registration after 10/22 $105 $65 F/T Students (Pre-Service) by 10/22 No Charge (Student ID required at check in)Please register me for the T3 Conference on (please check): ____Both Days ____ Friday, November 5 ____ Saturday, November 6Name _____________________________________________ Grade Level/Subject Area _______________________Badge Name (Preferred Name) ________________________________________School ___________________________________________ School Phone _________________________________Home Address ____________________________________ City ___________________________________________State _________________ Zip ________________ Home Phone __________________________________________E-Mail ___________________________________________Fax ____________________________________________Payment by: ____ Enclosed is my check or money order made payable to Molloy College ____ Enclosed is a purchase order ____ Please charge the Conference fee to my credit card: ___ Visa ___ MasterCard Card # ________________________________________ Exp. Date ______ Signature _________________________________________________Please indicate which Concurrent Sessions you will be attending below: Friday, November 5: Saturday, Saturday, November 6:Concurrent Sessions F-1 (9:45 a.m. - 11:15 a.m.) Concurrent Sessions S-1 (8:30 a.m. - 10:00 a.m.) Session # & Title Session # & Title1st Choice: _____________________________________ 1st Choice: _____________________________________2nd Choice: _____________________________________ 2nd Choice: _____________________________________Concurrent Sessions F-2 (11:30 a.m. - 12:20 p.m.) Concurrent Sessions S-2 (10:15 a.m. - 11:05 a.m.) Session # & Title Session # & Title1st Choice: _____________________________________ 1st Choice: _____________________________________2nd Choice: _____________________________________ 2nd Choice: _____________________________________Concurrent SessionsF-3 (1:30 p.m. - 2:45/3:00 p.m.) Concurrent Sessions S-3 (11:30 a.m. - 12:45/1:00 p.m.) Session # & Title Session # & Title1st Choice: _____________________________________ 1st Choice: _____________________________________2nd Choice: _____________________________________ 2nd Choice: ______________________________

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