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JAPHETH WOOD DELIVERS THE KEYNOTE ADDRESS AT THE THIRTEENTH ANNUAL TIME 2000 CONFERENCE
14 November 2014
n Friday, 14 November, TIME 2000 hosted its thirteenth annual conference, Celebrating Mathematics Teaching. More than 450 high school students with more than 30 teachers attended the conference. Also in attendance were 75 undergraduates, several preservice teachers, and college faculty members. The opening session featured mathematician, Japheth Wood, New York Math Circle, Bard College. His most exciting and dynamic presentation, “Don’t Be Greedy: A Game with Rich Mathematical Opportunities,” set the tone for an outstanding conference. Local exemplary mathematics teachers made exciting presentations that involved the conference participants in mathematical investigations and explorations. The 75 TIME 2000 undergraduates volunteered to prepare for and assist at the conference. Five TIME 2000 graduates returned to be on the program and two participated in a panel discussion conducted by Senior, Nikolina Dabovic. Texas Instrument handheld devices and TIME 2000 gifts were raffled at the luncheon. Many thanks to the Jim and Marilyn Simons Foundation for generously funding the conference.
TIME 2000 SENIORS POSE FOR A CLASS PHOTO
7 October 2014
The TIME 2000 Seniors, T 14, Class of 2015, gathered together at the monthly seminar to pose for a class photo.
SEMINAR GUEST SPEAKER HIGHLIGHTS THE NEED FOR COMPUTER SCIENCE INSTRUCTION
7 October 2014
On Tuesday, 7 October, the focus of the monthly seminar was “Problem Solving/Project-based Teachers in High Demand.” The guest speaker was Ms. Leigh Ann Sudol-DeLyser, from the New York City Foundation for Computer Science Education. TIME 2000 students were informed of ways to supplement and expand their mathematics teaching skills and marketability by studying computer science.