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Workshops

There will be only limited access to the workshops. Each delegates will be guaranteed attendance at two workshops. Please indicate on the Conference Registration Form five choices. Workshops will be assigned on a first come first serve basis. Remaining workshop places will be filled at the time of on-site registration.

1.
Paul Beem - Indiana University South Bend, Indiana, USA - Systems of Orthogonal Circles and Poincaré Geometry
2.
John Berry - University of Plymouth, England - Learning Mathematics through Investigations with the TI-92
3.
John Berry - University of Plymouth, England - Exploring Mathematics and Motion with the TI-92 and CBR
4.
Carla Bissel - Omaha North High School, Nebraska, USA - What Beginning Algebra Students CAN DO with a TI-92
5.
Joseph Böhm - Würmla, Austria - A View Through the Window of Viv= iani
6.
Josef Böhm (Würmla, Austria) & Wolfgang Pröpper (Nürnberg, Germany) - From Counting Raindrops to the Fundamental Theorem of Calculus
7.
David Bowers - University College Suffolk, England - Animating Web Pages with the TI-92
8.
Mary Ann Connors - US Military Academy, West Point, NY, USA - Exploring the Logistic Population Model as a Discrete Dynamical System in Calculus Using the TI-92
9.
Bernhard Cunningham - LakeVille High School, Michigan, USA - Writing Programs that Solve Cubics and Quartics on the TI-92 using the Program Editor
10.
Brian Denton (John Moore University, Livepool, England) & Bernhard Kutzler (Linz, Austria) - Solving Equations with DERIVE; An Example of Experimental Learning, Visualization, and the Scaffolding Method
11.
George Dorner - Harper College, Illinois, USA - The TI-92 in Linear Algebra: Less IS More
12.
Larry Gilligan - University of Cincinnati, Ohio, USA - Introduction to the TI-92
13.
René Gossez and Jacqueline Sengier - Université Libre de Bruxelles, Belgium - Secondary School Calculus Problems on the TI-92
14.
John Hanna - Teaneck High School, NJ, USA - The Power in the Palm of Your Hand
15.
Robert Hawkes - Berwick Academy, NH, USA - What if General Lee Had a Graphing Calculator at Gettysburg?
16.
Robert Hill - Duquesne University, Pittsburgh, PA, USA - Functions of Matrices with DERIVE and Applications to Differential Equations
17.
Heinz-Dieter Hinkelmann - Korneuberg, Austria - Introduction to the Practical Use of the CBL and CBR in Physics
18.
Heiko Knechtel - Bückenburg, Germany - Analysis with the TI-92 - World Population Modeling
19.
Bernhard Kutzler - Hagenberg, Austria - Introduction to the TI-92
20.
Bernhard Kutzler (Hagenberg, Austria) & David R Stoutemyer (Honolulu, HI, USA) - Great TI-92 Programs
21.
Bernhard Kutzler - Hagenberg, Austria - Introduction to DERIVE for Windows
22.
Bernhard Kutzler - Hagenberg, Austria - Introduction to CABRI GEOMETRE II
23.
John LaMaster - Indian University-Purdue University, Fort Wayne, Indiana, USA - Experiments with the TI-92 & CBR
24.
Stuart Moskowitz - Humboldt State, Acata, CA, USA - Connecting Algebra and Geometry with the TI-92
25.
Dawes Potter - USA - DERIVE on the HP Palmtop Computer
26.
Vladimir Rovenskii - Krasnoyarsk, Russia - Application of DERIVE to Geometrical Topics in the University
27.
Elena Surovyatkina - Petropavlovsk-Kamchatskii, Russia - Chaos Investigation with DERIVE
28.
Sally Thomas - Orange Coast College, Costa Messa, CA, USA - Using the TI-92 and TI-92 Plus Module to Explore Derivatives, Riemann Sums, and Differential Equations with Symbollic Manipulation, Interactive Geometry, Scripts, Regression, and Slope Fields
29.
Sally Thomas - Orange Coast College, Costa Messa, CA, USA - Exploring US Population Models on the TI-92 Plus Using Slope Fields, Exponential and Logistic Regression
30.
Barbara Victor & Lisa Townsley-Kulich - Benedictine University, Illinois, USA - How do I Effectively Use Computer Algebra Such as DERIVE and/or a TI-92
31.
Barbara Victor & Lisa Townsley-Kulich - Benedictine University, Illinois, USA - Empasizing Applications over Computations Using DERIVE for Windows
32.
Bert Waits (Ohio State University, Ohio, USA) & Carl Leinbach (Gettysburg College, PA, USA) - Doing Differential Equations, Linear Algebra, & Three Dimensional Graphing with the TI-92 Plus
33.
Johann Wiesenbauer - Vienna, Austria - Factoring and RSA Codes using DERIVE
34.
Gerald White - Western Illinois University, Illinois, USA - Investigate Geometrically - Verify Symbolically, Approaching Extreme Value Problems Interactively with the TI-92

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