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August 2018

                                    

AMATYC Project SLOPE Research Fellows Program Information

Please explore our website to learn about the AMATYC Project SLOPE Research Fellows Program. The application period for the program is October 1 – November 30. Look for the application to go live on October 1!

 

44th AMATYC Annual Conference in Orlando, FL
Project SLOPE personnel look forward to meeting you at the 44th AMATYC Annual Conference in Orlando, FL, November 15 - 18, 2018.

 

Look for PIs Megan Breit-Goodwin and Ann Sitomer or contact Megan Breit-Goodwin at Megan.Breit-Goodwin@anokaramsey.edu if you would like to meet and talk about Project SLOPE or SoTL while at the conference. We will present two times that relate to Project SLOPE and SoTL

 

Thursday, November 17, 11:30 AM – 12:20 PM, Session: S0028

Title: Communities Facilitating Scholarly Mathematics Teaching and Learning
Speakers: Megan Breit-Goodwin and Ann Sitomer

Abstract: Reflective communities can help transform problems of teaching and learning into inquiry and create meaningful change. Come learn about elements of Faculty Learning Communities, originating from the work of Milton Cox, and return to your college with ideas that can help build such communities within your department and school.

 

The AMATYC Project SLOPE Research Fellows Program will employ structures defined within Faculty Learning Communities to engage Research Fellows in SoTL. Faculty Learning Communities present impactful and meaningful ways for faculty to collaboratively reflect, examine, and explore issues of teaching and learning. We look forward to engaging with you in this session and learning about communities in your department or college that have both challenged and supported you in advancing your own teaching and your students’ learning.

 

Friday, November 18, 8:00 – 8:50 AM – Chat and Chew

Project SLOPE will share information about the AMATYC Project SLOPE Research Fellows Program at the Chat and Chew session on Friday morning, November 16. Application information will be available. Chat and Chew is a fun and energizing event (yes at 8:00 AM!) and a great way to start out Friday’s conference. Come visit with us!

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September 21, 2017

 

2017 AMATYC Conference in San Diego

Project SLOPE personnel look forward to meeting you at the AMATYC Conference in San Diego, November, 9 - 12, 2017.

 

AMATYC is hosting a Symposium on the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (SoTL) in College Mathematics sponsored by the Research in Mathematics Education for Two-Year Colleges (RMETYC) Committee.

 

Jacqueline Dewar will present a keynote talk titled Exploring Teaching and Learning in College Mathematics (Session Y1). There will be two themed workshops centered on SoTL titled Embarking on Inquiry in Your Classroom (Session Y2) led by Jacqueline Dewar and Ann Sitomer, and Moving from Reflective Teaching to Classroom Inquiry (Session Y3) led by Megan Breit-Goodwin and John Smith (RMETYC Chair).

 

Look for PIs Megan Breit-Goodwin, Ann Sitomer, and Kathleen Quardokus Fisher or contact Megan Breit-Goodwin at Megan.Breit-Goodwin@anokaramsey.edu if you would like to meet and talk about Project SLOPE or SoTL while at the conference.

 

  AMATYC Project SLOPE (Scholarly Leaders Originating as Practicing Educators in Two-Year College Mathematics) is a collaboration between AMATYC, Anoka-Ramsey Community College, Florida International University, and Portland State University. Support for Project SLOPE is provided by the National Science Foundation, NSF-IUSE:EHR #1726891. 


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