Teachers'
interests include:

Calculus & Statistics
mathematical modeling

computer technology

noneuclidean geometry & AI & controls

physics, science & math

precalculus & statistics & calculus & control
 theory

computer science

bar codes and applications

electronics & robotics

PIC and PLC programming
uses of probability and statistics.

Participants
expectations include:
 I would
like to be able to bring control theory concepts to my high school students.
 To learn
about systems and controls as described in the abstracts on the website.
 I would
like to learn about Control Theory.
 I would
like to see how I can incorporate more modelling into the classroom.
 Gain new
knowledge to share with students.
 Learn
about control systems.
 I hope
to learn more about systems and the integration of science, math, and
technology.
 I expect
to learn ways to interest students in using math for technology based
careers.
 To be better
informed on how control systems technology is involved in our lives.
 I expect
to find new ways to peak students' interests in the areas of math and
computers
 Students
in my advanced physics class do a lot of projects. As a result of this
workshop and subsequent contacts, I should be able to help those who
want to do projects in and related to robotics more than I have.
I also develop physics experiments and demonstrations
for national organizations, and it seems likely that I could come up
with deeper versions of these by using variations on "control systems"
more.
Possibly my biggest expectation is the enrichment
and new insights that come from getting together with a group of people
enthusiastic about a focused topic..
