Back in August (the day before the first day of school, I think), I received an e-mail from Tom Sallee, a professor at the University of California-Davis. (I referenced it here.) He asked if I would be interested in being a part of a panel that he was trying to put together on behalf of the College Preparatory Mathematics book company to try and figure out the future of math involving technology.
He mentioned Dan Meyer in the e-mail, so I checked with Dan on twitter and discovered that this was a legit (and amazing) offer. I called Tom, we discussed a little more of what he was thinking of, and I told him I'd love to be there.
The meeting's been set for the first weekend in February in Sacramento, California. (I've never been to California before!) Tom e-mailed me the draft agenda so I could see what all was going to happen and also asked me to bring some student work to present.
I'll give you all some of the topics later so you can tell me the right answers, but for now, here's what I threw together to show my student work.
Any thoughts? Good or bad, please.