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Administrative Outreach Kit User's Guide


Use the PDF: BC_Outreach_Kit_For_Administrators.pdf


Use the table below. The table below represents each of the slides in the Administrative Kit Powerpoint presentation and accompanying speakers notes .


Slide 1: Your audience might be unfamiliar with AMATYC; you might want to read some information on the organization ahead of time, and show your audience the AMATYC web site.  You want to mention the annual conference, and the need to support faculty travel/representation to that conference.  You might also talk about affiliate meetings in your state/region.

Slide 2: Show your audience a copy of BC at this time.  If time allows, you can focus on the information found in Ch 1 of BC including defining mathematics standard, and mention the three sets of standards (Intellectual Development, Content, Pedagogy)

Slide 3: Your audience should understand the reason why so many people from so many institutions and organizations worked on this document.

Slide 4: Ask your audience to take a few moments to think about ways they support faculty and students.

Slide 5: Ask your audience to think about the role of faculty in the mathematics education of our students and community. 

Slide 6: This is a page of the document. If time allows, give them a “flavor” of what you see on this page.

Slide 7: This is why you are making this presentation…now you need their full attention…now you are going to talk about where the administrators fit into the process of improvement of mathematics education.

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Slide 10: Now ask your audience if they have questions about these points.

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Slide 12: Ask your audience to take a few moments to think about ways they can improve/increase the support of students who are taking mathematics courses.

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Slide 15: This cycle is at the heart of BC.  Take a few minutes to carefully go through the cycle with your audience.  Ideally, provide an example of some component of your math program that needs review or improvement.  Go through the steps of the cycle with your audience focusing on that component, how that component can be improved.  (Examples:  a particular course, a support facility)

Slide 16:Stakeholders are significant in this process!

Slide 17: Ask your audience to think about this question before going to the next slide.  Compare their responses to the list in the next slide.

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Slide 19: This is an important part of your presentation; it empowers your audience with ideas that they can implement in a leadership capacity.

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Slide 22: Our vision can become reality, with their support!

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