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DR. TIM CHARTIER DELIVERS THE KEYNOTE ADDRESS AT
THE FOURTEENTH ANNUAL TIME 2000 CONFERENCE
On Friday, 13 November, TIME 2000 hosted its fourteenth annual conference, Celebrating Mathematics Teaching. More than 300 high school students with more than 30 teachers attended the conference. Also in attendance were 70 undergraduates, preservice teachers, and college faculty members. The opening session featured Dr. Tim Chartier, Associate Professor of Mathematics and Computer Science, Davidson College, and Math Ambassador, Mathematical Association of America. His extremely exciting and dynamic presentation, “Get into the Game: Sports Analytics,” set the tone for an outstanding conference. Local exemplary mathematics teachers made exciting presentations that involved the conference participants in mathematical investigations and explorations. The 70 TIME 2000 undergraduates volunteered to prepare for and assist at the conference. Seven TIME 2000 graduates returned to be on the program and two participated in a panel discussion conducted by TIME 2000 Senior, Kathleen Lyons. Texas Instrument handheld devices and TIME 2000 gifts were raffled at the luncheon. Many thanks to Mathematics for America, MfA, for generously funding the conference.
 
 

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Queens College President Félix Matos Rodríguez, welcoming the high school students to the College



Ms. Alice Brea, TIME 2000 undergraduate class of 2012, graduate class of 2015, mathematics teacher at High School for Community Leadership, and Ms. Mara Markinson, TIME 2000 undergraduate class of Class of 2012, graduate class of 2015, mathematics teacher at East-West School of International Studies, at their session entitled, “Pay It Forward”
Retired high school mathematics teacher at Great Neck South High School, Ms. Joan Casazzone, at the session she co-presented with Ms. Helen Kramer entitled, “Statistically Speaking, Would You Have Survived the Titanic?”


Mr. David Holmes, mathematics teacher at Stuyvesant High School, at his session entitled, “Recursive Thinking and the Towers of Hanoi”





Ms. Kristin Holmes, mathematics teacher at Commack High School, at her session entitled, “Modeling and Simulation: Driving in the Real World”
 
Ms. Irina Kimyagarov, TIME 2000 undergraduate class of 2003, graduate class of 2006, and Chair of the Mathematics Department at Elmont Memorial High School, at her session entitled, “Wax Paper Conics”
 
Students working on a “Contagion” problem at Ms. Sabrina Joseph’s session
 
TIME 2000 Director, Dr. Alice Artzt, greeting the conference attendees
Ms. Catherine Barbino, mathematics teacher at Valley Stream Central High School, at her session entitled, “At the Carnival” 





Retired high school mathematics teacher and administrator at Great Neck South High School, Ms. Helen Kramer, at the session she co-presented with Ms. Joan Casazzone entitled, “Statistically Speaking, Would You Have Survived the Titanic?”
Students working on the Tower of Hanoi problem at the session conducted by Mr. David Holmes
Mr. Gurken Kose, mathematics teacher at Bergen Arts and Science Charter School, at his session entitled, “It’s Not Fair, or Is It?”
 
 
Mr. Michael Riccardo, mathematics teacher at Bayside High School, at his session entitled, “Fun Things about Math!”
 








Mr. Howard Weinman, Halsey Junior High School, and Queens College (retired), at his session entitled, “Digital Logic”
 
Keynote speaker, Dr. Timothy Chartier, challenging the high school students




Ms. Amy Cappiello, mathematics teacher at Commack High School, at her session entitled, “Let’s Put a Spin on Radian Measure”





Dr. Matthew DiMarinis, Jericho Public Schools, at his session entitled, “Count On It!”
 
 

Mr. Michael London, TIME 2000 Class of 2007, graduate Class of 2009, mathematics teacher at the Queens School of Inquiry, at his session entitled, “The Doomsday Algorithm”
Ms. Amy Lee, TIME 2000 Class of 2012, mathematics teacher at New Explorations into Science Technology and Math (NEST + M), at her session entitled, “Symmetry, Ornaments, and Computers”
 




Ms. Sabrina Joseph, TIME 2000 Class of 2010, mathematics teacher at John Bowne High School, with TIME 2000 students, at her session entitled, “Contagion”
 
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