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Professional Activities

Beverly J. Ferrucci (Mathematics) recently presented “Prospective Elementary School Teachers’ Perceptions of Mathematics Activities on the GeoGebraWiki” at the European Conference on GeoGebra in Salamanca, Spain. The talk presented findings from her research that deals with preservice teachers’ views and attitudes on using various types of technology.

Mark C. Long, professor of English and American Studies, visited Washington College in Chestertown, Maryland, where he conducted two workshops for teachers of writing: “Thinking, Writing and Research in the Undergraduate Writing Classroom: A Case for Sustained Writing Projects,” for faculty teaching the Global Research and Writing Seminar, and “Thinking about the Ways we Value Writing,” for faculty and students from across the college. Mark also presented “John Muir and the Mountains of California: Prospects for Environmental Thinking and Writing,” in the 2010-11 Sophie Kerr Lecture Series, and co-sponsored by the Washington College Center for Environment & Society.

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