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Conference on introductory college mathematics
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Conference on introductory college mathematics
Posted:
Feb 17, 1995 1:40 PM


Colleagues: I want to encourage you to consider linking with a group of professionals; you might be interested in this if you fit any of these categories: 1. You are involved with mathematics in grades 712; 2. You are involved with mathematics at a twoyear college; or 3. You are involved with mathematics (lower division) at a BA/BS institution.
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The American Mathematical Association of TwoYear Colleges (AMATYC) holds an annual conference in early November. You have seen many twoyear college math faculty at your NCTM conferences over the years. In general, I think that we at twoyearcolleges have seen a lot that we can learn from at NCTM meetings.
Please consider closing this link: Come to the AMATYC conferences! (The next conference is in Little Rock in November 1995.) You might even want to consider submitting an application to present a session! AMATYC has strands at the conference for a variety of mathematics: a) Developmental  generally thru the level of 2nd year HS algebra b) College Algebra/Precalculus c) Calculus d) Statistics e) Technical mathematics  related to Tech Prep and others
<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> % PRESENTATION PROPOSALS WERE DUE ON FEBRUARY 15. I had wanted to send % % this note last month, but nctml was out of operation at the time. % % % % I would still encourage people to prepare an application to present. % % After the "ontime" proposals are processed, the others will be % % considered  especially if they fill a unmet need for presentations % % in an area. % % % % For an application, contact the national office in Memphis, TN; % % the email address is: AMATYC@stim.tec.tn.us % % OR, reply to me, and I will mail you a copy. % ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
Feel free to contact me if you want more information.
<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<< from >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> Jack Rotman phone (517)4831079 Math Professor Lansing Community College Lansing, MI internet: ROTMAN@ALPHA.LANSING.CC.MI.US "Like all art & science, mathematics surrounds us." <<<<<<<<<<<<<<<< Math Success ! >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>



