Session Presider Form
College Information (Address, City, State, Country, Zip)
Alternate Contact Information (Required only if college information is not primary source of regular contact)
I wish to have my email address included in conference publications
Do you expect to hold either of the following positions during this conference?
If you are a committee chair, please identify the committee.
Format at which you would prefer to preside. Click the link for description of the presentation formats:
50-minute session or two mini-sessions
Please check any day that you could preside (check all that are acceptable)
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.Please check the boxes below that most closely describe the presentations at which you prefer to preside. If the presentation topic does not matter, please check "NO PREFERENCE" only.
AM: AMATYC's new standards document, IMPACT, identifies four pillars to improve mathematical prowess and college teaching.
CG: Cultural and Global Education (equity, diversity, cultural awareness, and global citizenship)
CR: Curriculum Redesign (Restructuring content or delivery of a course or sequence of courses)
D: Developmental Mathematics (Courses preparing students for college-level mathematics)
DI: Department/Division Issues (Adjunct faculty, mentoring, math labs, learning communities, tutoring, supplemental instruction, administrative issues, collaboration between institutions)
DL: Distance Learning (Hybrid, online, video conferencing)
G: General Interest
H: History of Mathematics
IS: Instructional Strategies (Learning styles, teaching methodologies, addressing math anxiety and study skills)
IT: Instructional Technology (Computer software, internet resources)
MI: Mathematics Intensive (College Algebra, precalculus, and beyond)
PA: Placement and Assessment (Student placement, assessment: student, course, program)
QR: Quantitative Reasoning (Quantitative literacy, contemporary mathematics, liberal arts)
R: Research (Research results, research-based information)
TP: Teacher Preparation (Preparing education majors to teach mathematics)
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