NCSSM Summer 2021 Virtual Workshop (Waitlist Sign-Up): Mathematical Modeling in Precalculus
Unfortunately, we have reached capacity for the Mathematical Modeling in Precalculus (Summer 2021 Virtual Workshop).

If you would like to be included on our waitlist, please complete the form below. We will contact you if a spot opens to see if you are still interested! We ask that you only sign up if you are able to participate via Zoom from 12:30 - 3:30 pm for all three days of the workshop (June 15-17).

If you determine that you are unable to attend, please let us know so that we can remove you from our waitlist.

For more information or questions, email Kevin Ji (


Workshop details:

Join us for a free virtual workshop -- Mathematical Modeling in Precalculus -- taking place this summer on June 15 - 17, 2021 from 12:30 - 3:30 pm each day. Mathematical modeling can engage students as active learners, fostering curiosity and inviting them into the mathematics conversation. Join us as we explore the modeling process through rich precalculus modeling tasks.  We will share classroom-ready materials and resources aligned with the NC Precalculus standards. This virtual workshop is open to all North Carolina mathematics teachers interested in incorporating mathematical modeling into their Precalculus courses and will be led by NCSSM math faculty (Kevin Ji) and faculty emerita (Maria Hernandez).
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Please share a phone number through which you can be reached over the summer.
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What is your experience teaching Precalculus - or an equivalent / related course if any? *
We're just curious to learn some basic details -- how long you've taught the course, what your teaching context is, how familiar you are with the course content, etc.
What is your experience incorporating math modeling into your math classrooms? *
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