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Math Science Partnership Institute

Sponsored by the National Science Foundation
Florida Atlantic University – School Board of Broward County
August 2004 - June 2009

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People and contacts Spring 2005 MST courses  web page Course application and registration Summary of program Summer Institute 2005 2006  

 


Standards Mapped Graduate Education and Mentoring
for Middle School Mathematics Teachers

Program Summary and incentives for teachers    pdf file


Application and Registration for MST Courses

MST Application Form  indication of interest.

New students register for MAE 6324-001 Patterns and Iterations for Teachers of the Middle Grades in Fall 2006.
  
  
Notice:  If you have applied for admission and received your student ID, you should be permitted to register for the courses now. Please check your schedule on OASIS; it should show your permits. If not, please send me an email, and include your student ID.

If you have already 10 credits as a non-degree seeking student, and you want to get an MST degree, you must apply for admission to the MST program (see instructions). You take the GRE and fill out the necessary forms at http://gradapp.fau.edu


FAU registration information and instructions for MSP MST MAMG courses.

If your questions are not answered on this page, please check FAQ!


Summer Institute 2006 for Broward County Middle School Mathematics Teachers

July 24 August 4, 2006, 8:00 3:00, at FAU Davie Campus. Registration desk opens at 7:45am on Monday. You get your parking decal there.

A new grant from the National Science Foundation in conjunction with Florida Atlantic University and the Broward County Schools gives participants an opportunity to take part in summer training and to take part in a program leading to a master's degree in middle school mathematics.
Participants will be paid a $1000 stipend from the NSF grant. Daily attendance is required as this is not an hourly stipend.
Courses will offer hands-on learning experiences that will enhance the middle school curriculum, with special emphasis on technology.
There will be opportunities to hear and work with world-renowned mathematicians and mathematics educators. Interested participants may continue to pursue topics through graduate courses at FAU in the following years. This program can lead to a master's degree in middle school mathematics.
Lunch will be provided.

Clich here for registration. (A note for master teacher: your Summer Institute starts on July 17!)

For additional information, call Rachel Dixon or Judy Jordan at 754-321-1868.



Pedagogy Conference

Our next Pedagogy Conference will be held on December 2, 2006, on the FAU Davie Campus, room LA 120, from 8:30 am to 3:30 pm. Lunch will be provided. If you are currently an FAU student, you should have a parking sticker. Other participants will receive a parking pass on site.


Summer Institute 2005 for Broward County Middle School Mathematics Teachers

July 18 29, 2005, 8:30 3:30, at Pioneer Middle School

    R. F. Voss presentation at Summer Institute July 26, 2005



Useful links:

Florida Department of Education
        Critical Teacher Shortage Tuition Reimbursement Program
TDIF: Teacher Directed Improvement Fund
        SBBC Intranet only http://web/personnel/tdif

 previous NSF-sponsored Teacher Enhancement project

MSP people and email contacts:

FAU
Heinz-Otto Peitgen peitgen@fau.edu
Richard F. Voss rvoss@fau.edu
Heinrich Niederhausen niederha@fau.edu
SBBC
Nancy Barba
nancy.barba@browardschools.com
Frank J. Vodolo fvodolo@browardschools.com
Rachel M. Dixon rachel.dixon@browardschools.com
Judy A. Jordan
judy.jordan@browardschools.com