DEMOS with POSITIVE IMPACT

Demo Submission Form
    Dave Hill, Mathematics Department, Temple University, Philadelphia, PA  19122  Lila Roberts, Mathematics and CS Dept., Georgia College and State University, 

      Milledgeville, GA  31061   Voice: 478-445-0970   Fax:  478-445-2606 

      Email: lila.roberts@gcsu.edu

ONE DEMO PER FORM.
 
Name: 
School: 
Mailing Address:

 

Phone:
FAX:
Your email address: 
           (e.g.: you@aol.com
Type of School:
 
 
 

 

2-year College
4-year Undergraduate College 
4-year College/University 
    (Undergraduate and Graduate) 
 
Course in which used plus a brief description of the course:

 

Level (for majority of students):
 
 

 

Freshman
Sophomore
Junior
Senior
 
Technology Employed (if any):
 
 
 
 
 

 

Calculator  Brand or Type 
Computer 
 
 
 

 

Mac 
PC 
Unix Workstation 
      Brand 
Web Based  Any Web-capable platform.
 
Math/Web Software:
Presentation Software:
Where is the demo used?
 
 

 

In a lecture.
In a Lab. 
     Student Participation: Yes No.
 
DEMO INFORMATION
 
Topic:
Source of the demo:
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 

Commercial Software
Accompanies Text 
 Name of Text:
Your Own 
 Describe:
Other 
 Describe:

 

 

Description of Demo:  Be as concise but as complete as possible so that we will be able to understand how your demo positively impacts the instructional process.  Please include prerequisites, instructional goals, instructor's role, student activities, concepts explored, examples used, why you feel it has made a difference in student learning, unique features, student comments, how it makes learning better or easier for succeeding topics, etc.   We will contact you directly if we need additional information. 

If your demo is accepted for inclusion in this project, you will be required to sign a release form giving us permission to include it in the Demos with Positive Impact database and in derivative works for the purpose of dissemination efforts.

 






LFR  3/31/04      last updated 1/18/06 DRH

Updated 5/15/06 LFR