The Washington Math Pathways to Completion Task Force is seeking feedback (deadline Dec. 1st) from a range of interested educational stakeholders across the state concerning proposed recommendations and strategies for bringing math pathways to scale in Washington State. Please see
Mathematics Pathways to Completion: An Overview, and
WA Math Pathways to Completion Task Force Draft Recommendations.
The latter has instructions for providing feedback via either a web survey or by e-mail to Bill Moore, Math Pathways Task Force facilitator, and Director, K-12 Partnerships, SBCTC.
Safe travels to our colleagues attending the AMATYC national conference in Denver Nov. 17-20. A great line-up of talks are listed in the Mini-Program. Delegates representing our interests will be voting on several important items as listed in the
Delegate Packet. Full details at 2017 AMATYC Conference Website.
Save the dates! The 2017 Washington Community College Math Conference (WCCMC), Gathering for a PrimeL Howl, will be held May 18-20 at Great Wolf Lodge Conference Center (and best indoor water park in the state!) just an hour south of Seattle in Grand Mound WA. Hosted by Highline College, so you know it will be great. Keynote Speakers announced, see our WA MATH CONFERENCE page.
Welcome back everyone! We hope you have a successful academic year. New tenure-track faculty joining your department? We would be pleased to feature them here! Email details to email@example.com.
We are still seeking nominations for President Elect who would then become WAMATYC President in 2018. Position job description is described in our Bylaws. Submit nominations to the firstname.lastname@example.org. This is a true opportunity to make a difference in mathematics education and professional development in our state. Please consider nominating yourself or a colleague.
Minutes (draft) for the 2016 WAMATYC Membership Meeting are available for your reading pleasure.
Presenter Handouts from the 2016 WCCMC/ORMATYC joint math conference are now available for downloading.
SUBMIT YOUR MATH OR DEPARTMENTAL NEWS FOR POSTING
GOT NEWS? Does your Mathematics Department have an announcement you would like shared with the state? Post it here! Share information about new tenure-track hires or post job announcements. Promote your department's new or low-enrollment math course. Advertise a project your department is doing to enhance mathematics education in Washington state or your new book. All relevant announcements welcome! Email Us with info for posting. Thank-you.