Medgar Evers College, CUNY

Telephone: 718-270-6417

E-mail: tblackman (at) mec (dot) cuny (dot) edu

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The Frank Ragland Math Masters Institute is an initiative designed to engage middle school students in Central Brooklyn in the development of their mathematical interests and talents. It is a weekly program for over 50 elementary and middle school students. Sessions are held on Saturday at the Medgar Evers College campus of the City University of New York. The program is supported by the Medgar Evers College Mathematics Department, The Male Development and Empowerment Center at Medgar Evers College, MDEC, and by contributions from parents and Community organizations. FRMMI

The Queens College Alumni Association of New York(QCAANY) Summer Mathematics and Coding Initiative is designed to engage first through third form students in Guyana in the development of their mathematical interests and talents. It is a two week program for twenty-eight (28) students who will enter the third form in September, 2016. The initiative aims to design, develop and sustainably implement developmentally--appropriate and culturally resonant middle school, i.e., a first through third form learning environment that engages Guyanese students in cognitively rich STEM learning experiences that affirm and align with their cultural and social identities and place them securely on pathways to STEM excellence. These learning environments will integrate: digital and other technologies, multi-modal embodied learning, active areas of STEM research, and elements from Guyanese arts and cultural practices. Daily sessions will be held at Queens College in Guyana from July 18-July 29, 2016. The program is supported by QCAANY, Medgar Evers College Mathematics Department and by contributions from parents and Community organizations. QCAANYSMCI

(i) Number Theory(MTH 305)

(ii) The History of Mathematics (MTH 330)

Analysis of Teaching(CUI 4032), Tuesdays 4:00 pm-6:20 pm (March 23-June 02), Katherine A. Ruffatto Hall 302

(i) Math in Secondary School(TEP 4640), Monday 4:00-7:00pm, KRH 134

(ii) History and Philosophy in Mathematics Education (CUI 4600); Monday 7:00-9:20pm; KRH 134

Curriculum and Instruction Research Seminar( CUI 4050); Thursday 4:00-6:20pm; KRH 335

(i) Math For Elementary School Teachers I

(ii) Math For Elementary School Teachers II

(iii) Math For Secondary School Teachers

Curriculum and Instruction Research Seminar( CUI 5994); Wednesday 4:30-6:50pm; KRH 409

(2)Models of Curriculum, Wednesday 4:30 pm - 6:50 pm, KRH 435

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