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GET INVOLVED!

Click here to learn more: http://moodle.math.cornell.edu/moodle/course/view.php?id=13

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  • Cornell University Mathematics Outreach Program will appear on your Moodle home page

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Mirroring Cornell University's strong commitment to K-12 education and outreach, the Mathematics Department has a longstanding history of providing support for the local community, including Grades K-12 teachers and students.

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GET INVOLVED!

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How To Get Involved

Offerings and sign-up information for the various outreach activities are outlined on the Math Department Moodle site.

http://moodle.math.cornell.edu

  • Log in with your Cornell NetID and Password.
  • If you are not already known to Moodle, you will be asked to fill out a form asking for your name and email address.
  • Cornell University Mathematics Outreach Program will appear on your Moodle home page
  • Enter the site and check out the activities!
 

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Mirroring Cornell University's strong commitment to K-12 education and outreach, the Mathematics Department has a longstanding history of providing support for the local community, including Grades K-12 teachers and students.

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MATH EXPLORER's CLUB

Click here to learn more: http://moodle.math.cornell.edu/moodle/course/view.php?id=13

  • Log in with your Cornell NetID and Password.
  • If you are not already known to Moodle, you will be asked to fill out a form asking for your name and e-mail address.
  • Cornell University Mathematics Outreach Program will appear on your Moodle home page
 
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Please complete the Spring 2012 End of Semester Survey

  • Log in with your Cornell NetID and Password.
  • If you are not already known to Moodle, you will be asked to fill out a form asking for your name and email address.
  • Cornell University Mathematics Outreach Program will appear on your Moodle home page
  • Enter the moodle site or go directly to the Survey from this link.
  • Thank you!
 
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How To Get Involved

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  • If you are not already known to Moodle, you will be asked to fill out a form asking for your name and email address.
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  • Enter the moodle site or go directly to the Survey from this link.
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Please complete the Spring 2012 End of Semester Survey

http://moodle.math.cornell.edu/moodle/mod/questionnaire/view.php?id=2849
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Please complete the Spring 2012 End of Semester Survey

  • Log in with your Cornell NetID and Password.
  • If you are not already known to Moodle, you will be asked to fill out a form asking for your name and email address.
  • Cornell University Mathematics Outreach Program will appear on your Moodle home page
  • Enter the moodle site or go directly to the Survey from this link.
  • Thanks!
 
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Mirroring Cornell University's strong commitment to K-12 education and outreach, the Mathematics Department has a longstanding history of providing support for the local community, including Grades K-12 teachers and students.

Please complete the Spring 2012 End of Semester Survey

http://moodle.math.cornell.edu/moodle/mod/questionnaire/view.php?id=2849
 
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How To Get Involved

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Mirroring Cornell University's strong commitment to K-12 education and outreach, the Mathematics Department has a longstanding history of providing support for the local community, including Grades K-12 teachers and students.
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  • Log in with your Cornell NetID and Password.
  • If you are not already known to Moodle, you will be asked to fill out a form asking for your name and email address.
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  • Sign up for Cornell University Rural Schools Mathematics Tutoring Program using the Enrollment key: RSMTP-S10
    • If you already have an active Moodle course,
      -- you may need to logout using the link in the upper right of the page to see the link to Cornell University Rural Schools Mathematics Tutoring Program
  • Once enrolled, Cornell University Rural Schools Mathematics Tutoring Program will appear on your Moodle home page
  • Enter the course and take the Questionnaire - Spring 2010 Rural Schools Mathematics Tutoring Program
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  • Cornell University Mathematics Outreach Program will appear on your Moodle home page
  • Enter the site and check out the activities!
 

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Cornell University Rural Schools Mathematics Tutoring Program

As part of Cornell and Math Department outreach efforts, members of the Cornell Community travel to local rural schools to tutor students in mathematics during after-school hours.
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Cornell University Mathematics Outreach Program

Mirroring Cornell University's strong commitment to K-12 education and outreach, the Mathematics Department has a longstanding history of providing support for the local community, including Grades K-12 teachers and students.
 
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How to get involved:

Let us know about your interest and availability using our online questionnaire. The survey is hosted on the Math Department Moodle site.
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How To Get Involved

Offerings and sign-up information for the various outreach activities are outlined on the Math Department Moodle site.
  http://moodle.math.cornell.edu

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End-of-Semester Survey (Fall 2009)

Your feedback is very important to the continued success of the program. Please take a very brief survey, which is hosted on the Math Department Moodle site.
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How to get involved:

Let us know about your interest and availability using our online questionnaire. The survey is hosted on the Math Department Moodle site.
  http://moodle.math.cornell.edu

  • Log in with your Cornell NetID and Password.
  • If you are not already known to Moodle, you will be asked to fill out a form asking for your name and email address.
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  • Sign up for Cornell University Rural Schools Mathematics Tutoring Program using the Enrollment key: RSMTP-F09
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  • Sign up for Cornell University Rural Schools Mathematics Tutoring Program using the Enrollment key: RSMTP-S10
 
    • If you already have an active Moodle course,
      -- you may need to logout using the link in the upper right of the page to see the link to Cornell University Rural Schools Mathematics Tutoring Program
  • Once enrolled, Cornell University Rural Schools Mathematics Tutoring Program will appear on your Moodle home page
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How to get involved:

Let us know about your interest and availability using our on-line questionnaire. The survey is hosted on the Math Department Moodle site.
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End-of-Semester Survey (Fall 2009)

Your feedback is very important to the continued success of the program. Please take a very brief survey, which is hosted on the Math Department Moodle site.
  http://moodle.math.cornell.edu
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  • Sign up for Cornell University Rural Schools Mathematics Tutoring Program using the Enrollment key: RSMTP-F09
    • If you already have an active Moodle course,
      -- you may need to logout using the link in the upper right of the page to see the link to Cornell University Rural Schools Mathematics Tutoring Program
  • Once enrolled, Cornell University Rural Schools Mathematics Tutoring Program will appear on your Moodle home page
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Cornell University Rural Schools Mathematics Tutoring Program

As part of Cornell and Math Department outreach efforts, members of the Cornell Community travel to local rural schools to tutor students in mathematics during after-school hours.
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  • Log in with your Cornell NetID and Password.
  • If you are not already known to Moodle, you will be asked to fill out a form asking for your name and email address.
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  • Sign up for Cornell University Rural Schools Mathematics Tutoring Program using the Enrollment key: RSMT-F09
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  • Sign up for Cornell University Rural Schools Mathematics Tutoring Program using the Enrollment key: RSMTP-F09
 
    • If you already have an active Moodle course,
      -- you may need to logout using the link in the upper right of the page to see the link to Cornell University Rural Schools Mathematics Tutoring Program
  • Once enrolled, Cornell University Rural Schools Mathematics Tutoring Program will appear on your Moodle home page
  • Enter the course and take the Questionnaire - Fall 2009 Rural Schools Mathematics Tutoring Program

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Cornell University Rural Schools Mathematics Tutoring

As part of Cornell and Math Departmen outreach efforts, members of the Cornell Community travel to rural schools to tutor students in Math.
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Cornell University Rural Schools Mathematics Tutoring Program

As part of Cornell and Math Department outreach efforts, members of the Cornell Community travel to local rural schools to tutor students in mathematics during after-school hours.
 
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How to get involved:

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Let us know about your skills and availability using our on-line questionnaire. The survey is hosted on the Math Department Moodle site.
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Let us know about your interest and availability using our on-line questionnaire. The survey is hosted on the Math Department Moodle site.
  http://moodle.math.cornell.edu

  • Log in with your Cornell NetID and Password.
  • If you are not already known to Moodle, you will be asked to fill out a form asking for your name and email address.
Changed:
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  • Sign up for Cornell University Rural Schools Mathematics Tutoring using the Enrollment key: RSMTF09
    • If you already have an active Moodle course,
      -- you may need to logout using the link in the upper right of the page to see the link to Cornell University Rural Schools Mathematics Tutoring
  • Once enrolled, Cornell University Rural Schools Mathematics Tutoring will appear on your Moodle home page
>
>
  • Sign up for Cornell University Rural Schools Mathematics Tutoring Program using the Enrollment key: RSMT-F09
    • If you already have an active Moodle course,
      -- you may need to logout using the link in the upper right of the page to see the link to Cornell University Rural Schools Mathematics Tutoring Program
  • Once enrolled, Cornell University Rural Schools Mathematics Tutoring Program will appear on your Moodle home page
 
  • Enter the course and take the Questionnaire - Fall 2009 Rural Schools Mathematics Tutoring Program

Leave a comment:

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Cornell University Rural Schools Mathematics Tutoring

As part of Cornell and Math Departmen outreach efforts, members of the Cornell Community travel to rural schools to tutor students in Math.
Table of Contents

How to get involved:

Let us know about your skills and availability using our on-line questionnaire. The survey is hosted on the Math Department Moodle site.

http://moodle.math.cornell.edu

  • Log in with your Cornell NetID and Password.
  • If you are not already known to Moodle, you will be asked to fill out a form asking for your name and email address.
  • Sign up for Cornell University Rural Schools Mathematics Tutoring using the Enrollment key: RSMTF09
    • If you already have an active Moodle course,
      -- you may need to logout using the link in the upper right of the page to see the link to Cornell University Rural Schools Mathematics Tutoring
  • Once enrolled, Cornell University Rural Schools Mathematics Tutoring will appear on your Moodle home page
  • Enter the course and take the Questionnaire - Fall 2009 Rural Schools Mathematics Tutoring Program

Leave a comment:

 
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