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AMATYC Webinar Series

About AMATYC Webinars

Below you will find information on AMATYC's Upcoming and Previous Webinars.  Webinars are great form of Professional Development that you can do from the comfort of your own home or office.  We are also always looking for webinar speakers.  If you would like more information about participating in or facilitating a webinar, please click here to request more information.

The 2015 AMATYC Webinar Series is supported by WebAssign.

Upcoming Webinars

Title
Date
Presenter
Registration
Incorporating the use of Real Data and R in a Statistics Course Thursday, March 5, 2015
4:00pm EST
 Kelly Fitzpatrick Open to AMATYC Members and non-AMATYC Members
 Activities for Hybrid or Flipped Classes Tuesday, March 24, 2015
3:00pm EDT
 Julie Gunkelman Open to AMATYC Members only
Integrating the Mathematical Practices in Mathematics for Elementary Teachers Courses Thursday, April 23, 2015
3:00pm EDT
 Dr. Meg Moss Open to AMATYC Members only


Previous Webinars

Title
Date
Presenter
Streaming Video
Taking the Guesswork Out Of Writing Better Multiple Choice Questions  February 3, 2015
 Dr. Patricia Gregg

Adobe Connect
Power Point Slides

Interpreting Graphical Displays of Data December 8, 2014
Roxy Peck Adobe Connect
Improving Math Redesigns with Instructional Strategies and Supplemental Support October 30, 2014 Paul Nolting Adobe Connect
Another Look at the Challenges of Teaching and Learning Infinite Series in Calculus October 3, 2014 Bob Cappetta Adobe Connect
"Sure, You're Teaching - But Are They Learning?" Assessing Student Learning August 4, 2014
Sandee House YouTube
An Alternative Approach to Presenting Gaussian Reduction of a Matrix July 22, 2014
Steve DeLong YouTube
Teaching Math Study Skills in Classroom and Emporium Model Courses June 30, 2014
Paul Nolting YouTube
The Common Core and the Community College
May 20, 2014
Ted Coe YouTube
Explore Math with Desmos April 29, 2014
Luke Walsh YouTube
Using Mapping Diagrams to Understand Trigonometric Functions April 10, 2014
Martin Flashman YouTube
Other Resources:
Presenter Website
The Michigan Transfer Agreement – Info for Community College Math Departments March 27, 2014
Jack Rotman YouTube
Other Resources:
Chat Transcript
Measuring the World in Small Groups -- Applying Trigonometry
 March 20, 2014
 David DeLong  YouTube
Obtaining a Community College Job
February 12, 2014
Sean Simpson YouTube
Tips and Tricks for a Successful Pathways Implementation January 17, 2014
Kathleen Almy
and
Dan Petrak
YouTube
Other Resources:
1. Dan Petrak Syllabus
2. DMCC Course Competencies
3. New Life Project
4. Kathy Almy's Blog
5. Dana Center Materials
Productive Persistence: What it is and how colleges can increase it? November 13, 2013 Jane Muhich
and
Kristin Spiegelberg
Adobe
Presentation Materials
Using Mapping Diagrams to Understand Functions
October 15, 2013
Martin Flashman
YouTube
Presenter's Website
MyMathText April 3, 2013 Rob Knight Adobe
Teaching Statistics in the Online World March 19, 2013 Michelle Everson Adobe
FOCUS - A Model Mathematics Co-Requisite Program February 20, 2013 Dr. Selina V Mireles YouTube
Adobe
Intriguing Tidbits from Probability Theory November 27, 2012 James Tanton YouTube
OCTA-TETRA Constructions and Polyhedron Models November 15, 2012 Dan Suttin YouTube
Resources and Strategies for Online Tools October 9, 2012 Kathy Schrock YouTube
Issues in Implementing Reform in Developmental and Gateway Mathematics June 6, 2012 Uri Treisman & Jack Rotman YouTube
New Pathways for Developmental Math: A Look into Mathematical Literacy for College Students (Handout) April 24, 2012 Kathy Almy YouTube

Interesting Atypical Calculus Problems

April 13, 2012 Bob Cappetta YouTube

Fast Track - A Sure Bet to Improve Placement

April 10, 2012 Bill Coe YouTube
Making Sense of Teaching: Attending to Classroom Interaction in Mathematics Lessons March 22, 2012 Vilma Mesa YouTube
Online Classes & Proctored Testing: Let’s Make it Work
February 7, 2012 Behnaz Rouhani YouTube
Playing with Multivariable Calculus using 3D Glasses October 27, 2011 Paul Seeburger YouTube
Guided Reinvention of Series Convergence and Taylor Series Convergence October 13, 2011 Jason Martin YouTube
Using Angle Measure to Foster Connections in Trigonometry
Sept. 28, 2011 Kevin Moore YouTube
Flipping the College Classroom
Sept. 22, 2011 Robert Talbert YouTube

Making Calculus Come Alive using Dynamic Visualization (special presentation with 3D features!)

June 29, 2011 Paul Seeburger YouTube
Teaching Developmental Mathematics - It’s Not Just about the Content! June 7, 2011 Maryanne Anthony and LynnMarecek YouTube
The Common Core: What You Should Know May 24, 2011 Henry (Hank) Kepner YouTube
What can I do with Wolfram Alpha (And what are my students doing that I need to know about)? May 6, 2011 Bruce Yoshiwara YouTube
Mathematics of Video Games: Generating Mathematics Problems from Real-World Game Design Apr. 26, 2011 Ian Schreiber YouTube 1, 2, 3, 4
Statway and Quantway: Mathematics Pathways to Student Success in Community Colleges Apr. 1, 2011 Uri Treisman, Karon Klipple, Jane Muhich, and Julie Phelps Go to Website
Guided Reinvention of Sequence Convergence  Mar. 29, 2011 Michael Oehrtman,
Craig Swinyard
YouTube 1, 2, 3, 4
Lights, Camera, Action Research Mar. 4, 2011 April Strom YouTube 1, 2, 3, 4
Unleash the Power of Your Tablet PC Feb. 16, 2011 Fred Feldon YouTube 1, 2, 3, 4

 

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Calendar

3/5/2015
Webinar: Incorporating the use of Real Data and R in a Statistics Course

3/24/2015
Webinar: Activities for Hybrid or Flipped Classes

4/23/2015
Webinar: Integrating the Mathematical Practices in Mathematics for Elementary Teachers Courses

41st Annual Conference
New Orleans, LA
November 19-22, 2015


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