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Mathematics

Week One: June 23-26, 2014

I. Pre-AP Math for Middle School Teachers: New (1012)
This course will focus on the importance and relevance of mathematics in middle
school, and the vertical alignment of concepts within the course to ensure that
students will perform well in high school AP courses.

II. AP Calculus BC (1013)
The singular focus of this workshop will be to examine, discuss, and analyze the
topics that are particular to the BC syllabus. ssentially, this consists of a thorough
examination of sequences and series, as well as certain topics—parametric
equations, polar areas, arc length and vectors—that can be thought of as extensions
of the AB curriculum.

Week Two: July 7-10, 2014

I. Pre-AP Math for Middle School Teachers: Experienced (2023)
This course is designed to help middle school teachers strengthen their existing PreAP
teaching strategies as well as introduce new methodologies and activities into
the curriculum.

II. Pre-AP High School Math: Emphasis on Algebra II & Pre-Calculus (2024)
In this workshop, we will focus on the mathematics prior to calculus–Algebra II and
Pre-Calculus–and the importance and relevance of these courses to AP Calculus
topics, as well as the vertical alignment of these courses with AP Calculus topics.
III. Pre-AP High School Math: Emphasis on Algebra I (2025)
This workshop will focus on preparing students for AP Calculus and AP Statistics
through the Algebra I curriculum.

IV. AP Statistics (2026)
This workshop will address favorite activities to use throughout the year,
understanding ANOVA, asking sensitive questions (randomized response), and
some alternative methods for blocking and sampling.

Week Three: July 14-17, 2014

I. Pre-AP Math for High School Teachers: Emphasis on Geometry (3038)
This workshop will focus on preparing students for AP Calculus and AP Statistics
through the Geometry curriculum.

II. AP Calculus AB (3039)
The intent of the AP Calculus workshop is to prepare you to design your AP Calculus
course, and familiarize you with the current syllabus, curriculum materials, and
effective teaching strategies.

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