All webinars are recorded and available to watch afterwards. Below you will find information on our upcoming and previous webinars. Webinars are a great form of professional development that you can do from the comfort of your own home or office. Those that register will receive an email with a link to the recording. Each webinar presenter is an expert in their field and has many years of experience as classroom teachers.
We are always looking for webinar speakers and innovative ideas that you would like learning about. If you would like more information about participating in or facilitating a webinar, please send a request to firstname.lastname@example.org.
MichMATYC Meet-Up and Sharing Session
September 29, 2020
Time: 3:00-5:00 pm ET
Registration: Sharing Session - Sign Up
Description: Join us for our first in a series of sharing sessions with focused conversations with your colleagues around the state on how we each are teaching mathematics and supporting our students this semester. How are you making connections with your students? What are the strategies you have used to motivate students to learn and engage in an online environment? Do you have any how-tos or hidden tech-gems that you are using to teach online? How are you assessing students remotely? How do you balance work and life? Join us to talk about the challenges, triumphs, and successes you and your students have experienced this semester!
AMATYC Virtual Traveling Workshop
October 16, 2020
Time: 1:00-3:00 pm ET
Facilitator: Dr. Ann Sitomer (Oregon State University)
Registration: Traveling Workshop - Sign Up
Description: Diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) include self-awareness, emotional awareness, and the breakdown of bias and prejudices important for challenging deeply held assumptions, perspectives, and beliefs that continue to produce inequitable outcomes for students in mathematics courses. This AMATYC Virtual Traveling Workshop will present clear and concrete definitions and explanations of DEI to ensure that all faculty have the foundational knowledge necessary to support continued learning and development; provide resources and training that designs an equitable classroom for all students; and adopt reflective strategies that can be used to change how we see our work within mathematics education.