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In this area you can find presentation that have been given on IMPACT as well as workshops on IMPACT.

 

Traveling Workshop on IMPACT

11 Sample Activities to Engage Students (AMATYC 2018)

 

Sessions on IMPACT at AMATYC Conference in Orlando 2018

 

Saturday, November 16, 2018

10:45 AM - 12:45 PM Room: Fiesta 5

S3 Make an IMPACT with Research-Based Strategies to Improve Learning

Speakers will share strategies that support PRoficiency, OWnership, Engagement, and Student Success (PROWESS) by using IMPACT to improve college teaching, develop proficiency, have departmental and institutional ownership of student support, engage students in mathematical thinking, and gain insight from students on their meaning of success. Each speaker will share his or her ideas in 15-minute segments followed by a summary Q&A time.

 

1:05 - 1:55 pm       Room:  Fiesta 6    

S4 IMPACT Live!

Link to PREZI 

 

Thursday, November 15, 2018

12:00 pm - 1:30 pm Room:  Sierra 1

IMPACT Live!  Open Meeting

 

Friday, November 16, 2018

8:00 am – 8:50 am Room:  Coronado H

Chat and Chew: Improving Mathematical Prowess and College Teaching (IMPACT)

 

Symposium

10:20 am - 11:10 a Room:  Fiesta 6

S1 What is IMPACT? Ted Coe IMPACT, AMATYC’s third standards document, is being showcased at this conference. Learn how this guide came about, fits with the other two documents, and how its contents can directly impact you, your students, state policies, and the teaching and learning of mathematics in the first two years of college. Presenter Ted Coe brings over 20 years of experience in education as high school teacher, community college professor and department chair, and currently as Director, Mathematics, for Achieve, an organization committed to seeing that every child graduates from high school ready to succeed in college or the career of their choice.

 

2:00 - 4:00 pm  Room:  Fiesta 6

S2 Energizing Students to Transform Themselves Through IMPACT  

Learn how to IMPACT your classroom! This hands-on workshop will present engaging activities reflective of the AMATYC IMPACT document. The participants will do the activities and then reflect on the lesson. The activities presented by Julie Phelps, Ted Coe, and Fred Feldon will reflect their experiences and research about engaging students in their own learning for better retention and success. Students should focus on applications of concepts to make connections to their own interests.

 

4:15 - 5:45 pm  Room: Yucatan

Committee Meeting Mathematics Standards in the First Two Years of College (IMPACT)    

We would also like to share with you a opportunities to be actively involvement with this work because WE WANT YOU to make a positive IMPACT on your students and on those around you in your professional life.

 

 

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