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PCMI Teacher Leadership Program Weekend Experience in Tucson, AZ
An IAS|Park City Mathematics Institute (PCMI) Teacher Leadership Program Weekend Experience for middle and high school teachers who want to deepen mathematical knowledge, reflect on practice, and experience new resources. For more information: http://projects.ias.edu/pcmi/outreach/
I am filling out this form because I want to attend this professional development opportunity at Pima County School Superintendent's Office, 200 N Stone Avenue, Tucson, AZ, and I can commit to attend both Saturday, October 19 and Sunday, October 20 if accepted. *
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What are you hoping to gain from the experience of attending the PCMI TLP Weekend Workshop? *
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If you have attended PCMI, you need to bring a colleague *
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They should also complete the form. We will email them a reminder if they haven't responded by November 10, 2017
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Will the commute to the workshop be problematic? If so, PCMI has some funds to support lodging for one or two nights based on double occupancy with another participant. Roommate requests will be honored if at all possible, and rooming assigned by gender unless otherwise specified.*If you require special circumstances, please contact pcmi@ias.edu. *
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Sharing Teaching Practices
Each participant will share one of their favorite teaching practices with other participants. If you know now what you want to share, please include a brief description. If you don't yet know, no worries, because we will be providing more information that might help you decide on a topic.
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