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NEW AND NOTEWORTHY
**SUMMER 2012 INSTITUTE**
MATH TASK LIBRARY
ANNOUNCEMENT & EVENTS
Calendar & Event Submissions
Highline Community College
Everett Community College
Lower Columbia College
North Seattle Community College
Northwest Indian College
Spokane Falls Community College
Cascadia Community College
WAMAP and Other Online Resources
Game Principles & Math Learning
Data_Research Issues (SAI)
Open Course Library Work
Student Attributes Work
Student Refresher Courses
Assorted Web Links
AMATYC 2010 Report
2011-12 ACADEMIC YEAR EVENTS
WINTER 2012 INSTITUTE
SUMMER 2011 INSTITUTE
Year 2 (2010-11) College Reports
**Final Team Assignments**
2010-11 PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT:
WIDE World TfU Online Course
Winter 2011 Project Gathering
SUMMER INSTITUTE 2010
1. I Used to think.../Now I think...
2. Noteworthy.../Please consider...
Action Plans/Data Reactions**
1. Action Plan Year 1
2. RPM SAI Data
Resources for Working with Wikis
Expectations of Project Colleges
Brief Descriptions of College Projects
Theory of Change Principles
Other Funding Opportunities
A Post-2010 Summer Institute Perspective
The RPM Partners, Management Team and a host of expert guests and presenters gathered at this year's Summer Institute to review Phase I work with an eye toward re-establishing original objectives and augmenting or rethinking work plans in anticipation of the RPM Phase II - targeting system improvements to pre-college math curriculum, instruction and assessment/placement. The
allowed an abundance of team planning time, plenary sessions highlighting data gathering, evaluation, faculty inquiry, a team exhibit session and sessions demonstrating practices worthy of attention.
RPM Institute Summary
webpage you will find a
to Institute handouts; session descriptions and corresponding PowerPoints; products and work shared among the teams; and a host of related readings.
Assignments for Summer Institute 2010
Below are photos of the Institute presenters gathered by the RPM Management Team to assist you in further developing and implementing your individual project plans as well as introducing ways in which the entire RPM Partnership may benefit from each other's efforts.
Bill Moore, RPM Project Director, opened the event by defining it as a learning community where shared responsibilities of both project leads and teachers would define and deliver a vital work effort from each organization. He offered the full resources of the RPM Management Team in assisting a successful outcome.
Mike Burke's Keynote was a call to action in getting mathematicians and their students more involved in critical issues and concerns that will face us all in the near future, i.e. global warming, social justice, energy, nuclear proliferation, clean water, capital punishment, population and global health.
Julia Aguirre led a two-part workshop that introduced the CRMT Analysis Tool designed to provoke discussion on multiple dimensions of math instruction that can contribute to the student mathematical advancement.
to lead a workshop in using trend analysis to teach developmental math through projects and rich problems.
Using quantitative college data to understand student learning in math was discussed as Ann Paulson and David Prince worked through the data surrounding the Student Achievement Initiative.
an Ray, Diane Downie and Mickey Davis, longtime friends and contributors to the Transition Math Project and the Re-thinking Pre-college Math Project lent their expertise and collaborative wisdom to the Institute by leading workshops and consulting directly with each of the Teams during their working sessions.
RPM Management Team Members, Emily Lardner, Gillies Malnarich and John House, facilitated discussions on such topics as the Core Practices and the concept of building an RPM "Wiki World" to assist in timely and effective communication within the statewide Partnership.
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