Cliff will present research at the 7th meeting of the International Conference on Teaching Statistics, Salvador, Brazil.
All-staff meeting of Model Chance project, at Nashville, TN.
Started the NSF-funded project “A Learning Progression to Support the Development of Model-Based Reasoning.”
Cliff and Craig attended the annual meeting of the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics in St. Louis, MO, making various presentations of TinkerPlots.
We distributed the first beta version of TinkerPlots Sampler to Model Chance collaborators.
We released a development version of TinkerPlots which includes a new “measure tool,” a suite of modeling capabilities we are developing as part of the Data Modeling project.
Continued classroom tested prototypes of TinkerPlots sampling capability at Lynch Middle School, Holyoke, MA, working with teachers Nancy Moriarty, Carol Murphy, Cheryl Nickl,
Cliff is involved in various sessions introducing TinkerPlots at the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics (NCTM) Western Regional Conference in Denver.
TinkerPlots was chosen as one of 7 Top Winners by Technology & Learning Magazine in their 2005 Awards of Excellence.
Cliff presents results from the TinkerZeum project at the ASTC annual conference in Richmond, VA.
We conducted our first classroom test of the new TinkerPlots sampling capability in Katie Ross’s 7th grade class at Lynch Middle School, in Holyoke, MA
TinkerPlots Ontario French Edition CD, v.1.02, is delivered to Ministry of Education.
We demonstrate TinkerPlots at the Key Curriculum Press booth at the NCTM regional conference in Hartford, CT.
Cliff attends the advisory board meeting of the CSMC project in Chicago.
Antony Partensky joined SERG.
Cliff is co-instructor in the Key Curriculum Summer Institute,
“Technology for Middle School featuring The Geometer's Sketchpad and
TinkerPlots,” Oakland, CA
Cliff, Craig, and Slash attend the all-staff project meeting of Model Chance, Park City, Utah.
Cliff presents TinkerPlots at the Boston Museum of Science (part 2 of 2).
Craig presents TinkerPlots at the Boston Museum of Science (part 1 of 2).
Ibrahim “Slash” Hakki joins SERG.
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