For full consideration, complete applications must be received by February 1, 1996 at:
1996 Summer Program for Teachers
The Geometry Center
400 Lind Hall
207 Church St. SE.
Minneapolis, MN 55454
Name:________________________________________ Sex (please circle): M F SS# or University of Minnesota student ID number (required):______________ Date of birth (required):____________________ Level of Certification:______________________ Highest Degree:____________ Department, Institution, and Year of your Highest Degree: _______________________________________________________________________ ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ HOME: Home Address: _________________________________ Home phone:____________ _________________________________ Best times to reach you _________________________________ by phone:______________ If available: email: __________________________ FAX: __________________ ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ WORK: School Name: _________________________________ Your Title:____________ School Address:_________________________________ School phone:__________ _________________________________ Best times to reach you _________________________________ by phone:______________ If available: email: __________________________ FAX: __________________ ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Preferred mailing address (check one): _____ Home _____ Work Teaching Assignment (1995-96): Teaching Assignment (1996-97, if known): Ethnicity (circle one): African American Hispanic Native American White Asian/Pacific Islander Other:__________________ US Citizen (please circle): Y N ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Additional Information All materials listed below mush be received at The Geometry Center no later than February 1, 1996, to receive full consideration. Your application MUST include the following: 1. A one page letter addressing the following: (1) experience in teaching geometry; (2) use of technology in the classroom; (3) anticipated use of these materials in your teaching; (4) prior leadership and/or professional activities supporting your involvement; (5) other background and experiences relevant to your application. 2. A letter of support from an appropriate school/district administrator that indicates your qualifications and gives you permission to incorporate these materials into at least one class that you will teach in 1996-97. 3. The names, addresses, phone numbers and, if possible, electronic mail addresses of two to three people who are familiar with your professional work and may be contacted by us. Application Guidelines 1. All materials must be received at The Geometry Center by February 1, 1996 2. Applications without letters of recommendation are regarded as incomplete and will not be considered. It is your responsibility to see that your letter of recommendation arrives before the February 1 deadline. 3. If you are not a US citizen and are selected for participation in the program, it is *your* responsibility to ensure you have a visa which will allow you to participate in the program and receive funding.
The Geometry Center is funded by the National Science Foundation, the Department of Energy, Minnesota Technology, Inc., and the University of Minnesota. The University of Minnesota is an equal opportunity educator and employer. The information on this page is available in alternate formats. Contact The Geometry Center as indicated above.
Created: Dec 12 1995 --- Last modified: Mon Jan 29 15:28:22 1996
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