Finding the Solution Priorities:
Advocating for mathematics and science education
Our next meeting will be held on February14, 2020 from 10 a.m. until 3 p.m. at the Worthington Board of Education Offices,200 E. Wilson Bridge Road, Worthington, OH 43085
We continue the 25th OMSC Anniversary Year
FEATURED PRESENTATION Panel Discussion
Mathematics Pathways: High School and College Perspectives
Mathematics Pathways are a national movement to increase opportunities for students and coherence from high school mathematics to college mathematics. The state of Ohio is working on pathways for high school and college.
This panel will discuss this work and consider the advantages and challenges of the pathways being developed.
Members of the panel are the following:
Greg Foley, Moderator—Ohio University
Karl Hess—Mathematics Dept. Chair, Sinclair Community Coll.
Andrew Tonge—Mathematics Dept. Chair, Kent State University
Rachael Gorsuch—Mathematics Teacher, Columbus Academy
Emily Meister—Mathematics Teacher, Grandview Heights HS
To access the American Mathematical Association of Two-Year Collleges (AMATYC) IMPACT: Improving Mathematical Prowess And College Teaching document and IMPACT Live! to go http://www.myamatyc.org/
Read OMSC's Position Paper on the Uses of Large-Scale Assessments of Mathematics and Science in Ohio.