is scheduled for
Friday, October 4, 2013 and Saturday, October 5, 2013
University of Missouri - Kansas City
Kansas City, MO.
Keynote Speaker, Friday:
Deborah Ives is a Visiting Assistant Professor and Coordinator of Student Teachers at the Department of Mathematical Sciences, Montclair State University, Montclair, NJ. She earned an M.A.T. in Mathematics and an Ed.D. in Pedagogy in Mathematics at Montclair State University. Deborah has been a classroom teacher, K-12 supervisor, and mathematics leader in New Jersey for over twenty-five years where she was honored as a recipient of the New Jersey Governor’s Teacher Recognition Award. Deborah has served from 2009 – 2013 as the Lead Content Advisor to WNET/Thirteen for the Educational Multimedia Project, Get the Math (www.getthemath.org). She is a member of the Next Generation Learning Challenge, a group of grantees preparing digital resources and professional development aligned with the Common Core State Standards in Mathematics. She has been active in NCTM and NCSM, is a past president of the Association of Mathematics Teachers of New Jersey, and an invited curriculum writing team member for the State of New Jersey Department of Education.
Invited Speaker, Saturday:
Kyle Siegrist is a Professor of Mathematics at the University of Alabama in Huntsville, where he has taught since 1980, and where he served as department chair from 2001 to 2005. Kyle received his BS and MS degrees in applied math, and his PhD in mathematics, all from Georgia Tech. He served as editor of The Journal of Online Mathematics and Its Applications from 2005 to 2008 and associate editor of Loci from 2009-2011. He is the author of 35 journal articles and the book Interactive Probability. Kyle's passion is developing interactive, web-based course materials in probability and statistics. He has been the principal investigator of three NSF grants: Virtual Laboratories in Probability and Statistics, the Probability/Statistics Object Library, and the Distributome Project.
The Kansas City Regional Mathematics Technology EXPO is a forum for mathematics instructors at both the college and secondary levels to demonstrate how they use technology successfully in their teaching, to learn about new mathematics technology, and to discuss the philosophy and future of technology in the mathematics classroom.
For further information regarding the Kansas City Regional Mathematics Technology EXPO contact Chairperson Joe Yanik at email@example.com