Finding the Solution Priorities:
Advocating for mathematics and science education
Our next meeting will be held on May 10, 2019 from 10am–3pm at Bethel International United Methodist Church (1220 Bethel Road, Columbus OH 43220).
Dr. Nancy Sattler
Making an IMPACT on Ohio: Introducing AMATYC’s Newest Standards Guide
This presentation offers an introduction to IMPACT: Improving Mathematical PROWESS and College Teaching, AMATYC’s newest standards guide through an active learning discussion. Participants will have an opportunity to discuss the four pillars of PROWESS—Proficiency, Ownership, Engagement, and Student Success—with stakeholders to learn how they can and do make contributions to support student learning.
Dr. Greg Foley
Developing Mathematical PROWESS by Financial Modeling Using Spreadsheets
AMATYC’s IMPACT defines mathematical PROWESS as mathematical PRoficiency, OWnership, Engagement, and Student Success. By combining spreadsheets, modeling, and personal finance, I will involve the group in some realistic financial investment situations. The aim is to show AMATYC’s IMPACT in action.
In addition to our featured speakers, participants will hear updates from the Ohio Department of Education, the Ohio Council of Teachers of Mathematics, and other representatives of professional associations.
Option to purchase lunch for $10.00.
OMSC95@gmail.com by Monday, May 6, 2019
Read OMSC's Position Paper on the Uses of Large-Scale Assessments of Mathematics and Science in Ohio.