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Appendices

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Appendix A The Nature and Role of Al,ge bra in the 1(-14 C?~ricnI?~n A National Symposium AGENDA Monday 26 May 1997 Capital Hilton 7-9pm Registration in the Lobby of the Hilton Tuesday 27 May 1997 National Academy of Sciences (NAS) 8-8:15 am Shuttle service departs from Hilton 8:15-9 am Coffee and Registration continued at NAS 9-9:15 am Welcome Suzanne Woolsey Chief Operating Officer, National Research Council 9:15-10:15 am Opening Session Hyman Bass and John Dossey 10:30 am-4:30 pm Concurrent Sessions Auditorium, Lecture Room, AS 150 TOPIC #1 Algebra: A K- 14 Curriculum Endeavor Speakers: Andrew Gleason, James Kaput, Elizabeth Phillips Facilitator: Sadie Bragg TOPIC #2 Technology and Algebraic Reasoning Speakers: Geoffrey Akst, Milton Norman, Rose Zbiek Facilitator: Frank Demana TOPIC #3 Algebra: What All Students Can Learn Speakers: Jere Confrey, David Molina, Beatrice Moore-Harris Facilitator: Irvin Vance 99

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100 THE NATURE AND ROLE OF ALGEBRA INTHEK-14 CURRICULUM 10:30-11:15 am Concurrent Sessions, Rotation I 11:15 am-Noon Questions and Response Noon- 1 pm Lunch 1-1:45 pm Concurrent Sessions, Rotation II 1 :45-2:30 pm Questions and Response Break 3-3:45 pm Concurrent Sessions, Rotation III 3 :45-4:30 pm Questions and Response 4:30-5 pm Exhibits, Great Hall 5-6pm Shuttle Service to Hilton Reception, Great Hall Wednesday 28 May 1997 National Academy of Sciences 7-7:15 am Shuttle service departs from Hilton 7:30-8 am Coffee (exhibits continue throughout the day) 8-8:30 am Synthesis of Day One, Auditorium Henry Pollak and Gail Burrill 8 :45 am- 12: 15 pm Algebra in the Curriculum 8:45-10: 15 am Participants Select One of the Following Functions and Relations Speakers: Philip Wagreich (elementary school), Glenda Lappan (middle school), Christian Hirsch (high school) Facilitator: Joan Ferrini-Mundy Modeling Speakers: Glenn Kleiman (middle school), Landy Godbold (high school), Rosalie Dance (postsecondary) Facilitator: Linda Rosen 10:45 am-12: 15 pm Participants Select One of the Following Structure Speakers: Cornelia Tierney (elementary school), Martin van Reeuwijk (middle school), Greg Foley (postsecondary) Facilitator: Nancy Hawthorne

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APPENDIX A 12:15-1:30 pm Lunch Language and Representation Speakers: Rick Billstein (middl Deborah Hughes Hallet (postsecondary) Facilitator: Skip Fennell 1:30-2:30 pm Regional Planning Breakout Sessions 2:45-3:30 pm Next Steps Closing Remarks Shuttle Service to Hilton 101 school), Diane Resek (high school),

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