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40th AMATYC Annual Conference
Nashville, Tennessee
November 13-16, 2014

Conference ThemeMathematics: Music to My Ears


Multiple-Presenter Proposal Form
Deadline for Submission of Proposals is February 1, 2014.

When you have completed the appropriate boxes on this form, click the SUBMIT button at the end of the document.Presentations may not endorse, promote, sell, or feature a commercially available product.


Complete contact information for each presenter is required.














































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Proposals are reviewed by AMATYC's Program Committee. To assist the committee in their deliberation, complete the remaining sections.

The following letter codes will appear in the program to assist attendees in identifying and selecting sessions/workshops on their topic of interest.

CR Curriculum Redesign (Restructuring content or delivery of a course or sequence of courses)
D Developmental Mathematics
DI Department/Division Issues (Adjunct faculty, Mentoring new faculty, Math labs, Interdisciplinary classes or projects, Tutoring, Administrative issues)
DL Distance Learning (Hybrid or Online Classes)
G General Interest
GC Global and Cultural Education (awareness of mathematics in other cultures, and appreciation of our role as educators with global citizenship)
GE Mathematics for General Education (Finite Mathematics, Liberal Arts, Quantitative Literacy)
H History of Mathematics
IS Instructional Strategies (Learning styles, Teaching methodologies, Addressing math anxiety and study skills)
IT Instructional Technology (Computer software, internet resources, graphing calculators, etc)
MI Mathematics Intensive (College Algebra, Precalculus, and Beyond)
PA Placement and Assessment (Placement of students, and Assessment in the classroom or of courses and programs)
R Research (Includes research results or based on research)
ST Statistics
TP Teacher Preparation (Preparing to teach mathematics at any level)

Please classify the content and/or focus of this proposal using the letter codes above. These codes will be used by attendees to select sessions/workshops on their topic of interest. It is expected that many proposals will have only a primary focus so please don't feel you must select additional codes.

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FOR PROPOSALS ACCEPTED FOR PRESENTATION, AN INVITATION TO PRESENT WILL BE EMAILED TO FIRST LISTED PRESENTER IN APRIL.

Please also consider submitting your presentation (including paper, handouts, slides, etc.) to the electronic proceedings of the conference. To participate, send your materials to proceedings@amatyc.org by November 30th following the conference.

The first listed presenter is responsible for notifying all co-presenters.










Conference sessions and workshops are identified by a program key consisting of several different categories. Many presentations fall within multiple categories. In addition to these categories many additional topics are offered. Therefore, "General Interest" will include a wide diversity of topics.

Curriculum Redesign (Restructuring content or delivery of a course or sequence of courses)
Developmental Mathematics
Department/Division Issues (Adjunct faculty, Mentoring new faculty, Math labs,   Interdisciplinary classes or projects, Tutoring, Administrative issues)
Distance Learning (Hybrid or Online Classes)
General Interest
Global and Cultural Education (awareness of mathematics in other cultures, and appreciation of our role as educators with global citizenship)
Mathematics for General Education (Finite Mathematics, Liberal Arts, Quantitative Literacy)
History of Mathematics
Instructional Strategies (Learning styles, Teaching methodologies, Addressing math anxiety and study skills)
Instructional Technology (Computer software, internet resources, graphing calculators, etc)
Mathematics Intensive (College Algebra, Precalculus, and Beyond)
Placement and Assessment (placement of students, and assessment in the classroom or of courses and programs)
Research (Includes research results or based on research)
Statistics
Teacher Preparation (Preparing to teach mathematics at any level)

















I/We guarantee that I/we are the sole proprietor(s) of the work and I/we have full power to make this agreement; that the work does not infringe on the copyright or other proprietary right of any other person; and that the work contains no libelous or other unlawful matter and makes no improper invasion of the privacy of any other person.

When you submit your application, it will be sent to the AMATYC Office. Upon receipt of your application, the office will forward a copy to you by email (with a proposal confirmation number) as your notification of receipt. If you do not receive this notification within a few days of your submission, contact Beverly Vance at the AMATYC Office, bvance@amatyc.org, to verify that your application was received.

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