AP Calculus and AP Statistics Teachers Join us for the
GA2PMT Annual Meeting
at GCTM’s Georgia Math Conference at Rock Eagle
October 16, 2015
GAS Room 1
8:00-9:15 What the Updated AP Calculus Courses Mean for You – Benjamin Hedrick, Director of AP Mathematics Curriculum and Development for College Board
9:30-10:45 Implementing Changes in the AP Calculus Curriculum – Dr. Chuck Garner, Rockdale Magnet School
GAS Room 2
8:00-10:30 An Introduction to Simulation-Based Inference – Where is Statistics Headed? – Landy Godbold Retired, Westminster Schools
GAS Room 3
8:00-9:15 Interactive Notebooks at the AP Level – Loretta Cameron, Woodstock High School
9:30-10:45 The Best of the Best Practices from AP Statistics – Wenona Young, Cobb County School District – Debbie Kohler, Kennesaw State University
GA²PMT Business Meeting & Lunch 11:30 – 1:00
Report from the AP Calculus Reading Provided by Marshall Ransom
Report from the AP Statistics Reading Provided by Billy Esra, Debbie Kohler, Jean Linner, and Wenona Young
*Registration for the Georgia Math Conference is required to attend the GA2PMT annual meeting.
Visit www.gctm.org to register for the conference and see www.GAAPMT.org for session descriptions and more about GA2PMT.
Lunch will be provided during the AP reading session for current GA²PMT members. Annual GA2PMT membership is $10, and on-site registration will be available.
ALL SESSIONS ARE LOCATED IN THE GAS BUILDING AT ROCK EAGLE. BE SURE TO JOIN US!
Meet Our Featured Presenter: Landy Godbold received his BS and MS degrees in Applied Mathematics from Georgia Tech and recently retired from teaching at The Westminster Schools in Atlanta after LX years. He taught some version of courses in statistics for over 35 of those years (at the AP level since 1996). In 1984, Landy was one of the first fifty participants in the Woodrow Wilson Summer Institutes in mathematics at Princeton (that year the topic was Statistics) and returned during the summers of 1988-1993 as Computer Director for that program. He served two, three-year terms as an NCTM appointee to the ASANCTM Joint Committee on Curriculum in Statistics and Probability, and served the final two years as chair. Landy became an AP reader of Statistics exams in 1997, and he has six years of experience as a table leader. Landy co-authored (with Linda Young, Gail Burrill, and Christine Franklin) NCTM’s Navigations in Data Analysis. His honors include Westminster’s Alex P. Gaines professorship, Alumni Fellow for Distinguished Teaching, and the national Presidential, Radio Shack, and MAA Edyth May Sliffe awards. Apart from statistics, he enjoys family (almost-two-yearold and one-week old grandsons), music, cycling, table tennis, and good red wine.