DUE Date

WORK DUE at the beginning of class or lab
unless otherwise noted!
For homework, prepare to turn in work that follows the
guidelines.

Apr 29  Sat 

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Apr 27  Thur 
 2nd Professional Development Activity due by 5pm

Apr 25  Tues 

Apr 20  Thur 

Apr 13  Thur 

Apr 11  Tues 
 Selfevaluation of your presentation due.
 Read through the final project guidelines.

Apr 10  Mon 
 Extra Credit Lecture: Attend Jeff Week's Talk (7:30pm IG Greer Auditorium)
and write up a summary (due Sat Apr 29)
of what he discusses that relates to geometry.

Apr 6  Thur 
 Geometry technology presentation  prepare a short (no more than 5
minutes) geometric demonstration that relates to technology. Be sure to put
your chosen topic in context  using historical perspectives
and/or the importance/usefulness of the topic. See the
presentation guidelines at the bottom of this
link.

Apr 4  Tues 
 Test revisions due
 Work on geometry technology presentation

Mar 30  Thur 
 Meet in 205 and bring your child's ball to class.
 SelfEvaluation of your presentation due along with an annotated list of the references you used (if you turned in a list of references with your talk notes, that is sufficient).

Mar 28  Tues 
 For those that wanted this info, here
are special courses for Fall 06, includng a number of 3000 and 4000 level courses.
 Geometry of the earth presentations begin
Buy a light colored ball which is approximately 6 inches to a foot in diameter that you won't mind writing on with permanent marker during class. Be sure that this ball is round and is not an inflatable ball since these don't work well. In addition, if you have masking tape, then bring that to class.



Mar 23  Thur 
 SelfEvaluation of your folding presentation due
 Read Sibley p. 97105 and come to class prepared to share something
from the reading.
 Work on geometry of the earth presentation

Mar 21  Tues 
 Folding Presentations
 1st Professional Development Activity due by 5pm

Mar 9  Thur 

Mar 8  Tues 
 Continue reviewing material for test 2
 Continue working on the folding presentations

Mar 2  Thur 
 Examine project 6 solutions on WebCT.
 Begin working on the folding activities handout to prepare a
presentation for each activitiy.

Feb 28  Tues 
 Compare your project 5 problems with the solutions on WebCT.
 Project 6

Feb 21  Tues 

Feb 14  Tues 
 Review your work on the Andrew Wiles and Proof worksheet handout and
be prepared to present it.
 Read through the Mathematics Methods and Modeling for Today's Mathematics
Classroom handout and come to class prepared to share something.
 Test 1 revisions due at the beginning of class.
 Project 4:
Reasoning and Proof Standards Assignment is due
by 3:30.

Feb 9  Thur 
 Complete the Andrew Wiles and Proof worksheet handout.
 Begin work on Project 4 and Test 1 revisions.

Feb 7  Tues 

Feb 2  Thur 

Jan 31  Tues 
 Come to class prepared to discuss Sibley pages 9  16 and 29  31.
 Study for Test 1 (see Thur)

Jan 26  Thur 

Jan 24  Tues 

Jan 19  Thur 
 Sometime after Tuesday the 17th, enter WebCT and look at the
hints for Project 1. Be sure to begin work on the following problems
beforehand.
 Project 1 DUE Prepare to turn in and/or present
work that follows the
guidelines.
Wallace 1.1 8
Sibley 1.1 3, 10, 13ab (For 13a, turn in your cylinder and
cone along with your project.)
Web Search the web to find some ways to teach induction and
deduction in the classroom. Briefly summarize at least one way of doing
so and list your references as web addresses.
In your writeup, be sure to specify how the differences between induction and
deduction will be highlighted in the classroom.
 Bring Sibley to lab (meet in 205).

Jan 17  Tues 
 Read Wallace p. 15 and Sibley p. 25 and p. 9 and
come to class prepared to discuss the readings.
 Read Dr. Sarah's project guidelines.
 Work on project 1 due Thursday.
 Bring Sibley to class. Note: The bookstore does indeed have this
in now.

Jan 12  Thur 
 Obtain the 2 rental texts from the bookstore:
The Geometric Viewpoint: A Survey of Geometries by Thomas Q. Sibley
and Roads to Geometry by Edward C. Wallace and Stephen F. West.
 Read Wallace p. 89 and come to class prepared to
discuss the readings.
 Read the syllabus, accessible from
http://www.cs.appstate.edu/~sjg/class/3610/s06.html
 Read over the problems for project 1 (see the Jan 19th due date)
and begin working on them.
