Hi I'm looking for a book on AMATYC. Any ideas?

In summary, AMATYC stands for American Mathematical Association of Two-Year Colleges and is a professional organization for mathematics educators in two-year colleges in the United States and Canada. The organization provides resources, conferences, and professional development opportunities for its members. A highly recommended book on AMATYC is "Teaching Mathematics in the Two-Year College: An International Perspective" by Mark Yannotta and Suzanne Delisi. There are also online resources, such as the official AMATYC website and various blogs and forums, for learning about AMATYC. Benefits of AMATYC membership include access to conferences, networking opportunities, publications and resources, and staying updated on current trends and research in mathematics education.
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Hi I'm looking for a book on AMATYC. Any ideas?
 
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You want a book on the American Mathematical Association of Two Year Colleges?
 
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Apparently it's a test/contest
http://iws.ccccd.edu/vantohe/AMATYC.html
 
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AMATYC does hold a test contest...but that's not AMATYC. It helps when communicating to use a thing's correct name. :rolleyes:

For the test, they make previous ones available. Also your school would have them. D'Angelo & West's "Mathematical Thinking" might be helpful.
 

Related to Hi I'm looking for a book on AMATYC. Any ideas?

1. What is AMATYC?

AMATYC stands for American Mathematical Association of Two-Year Colleges. It is a professional organization for mathematics educators in two-year colleges in the United States and Canada.

2. What type of book are you looking for on AMATYC?

I am looking for a book that provides information and resources related to teaching and learning mathematics in two-year colleges, specifically within the context of the AMATYC organization.

3. Is there a specific book you would recommend for learning about AMATYC?

One highly recommended book on AMATYC is "Teaching Mathematics in the Two-Year College: An International Perspective" by Mark Yannotta and Suzanne Delisi. It offers insights on teaching strategies, curriculum development, and assessment in the context of AMATYC.

4. Are there any online resources available for learning about AMATYC?

Yes, there are several online resources available for learning about AMATYC. The official AMATYC website (https://amatyc.site-ym.com/) offers information on conferences, publications, and professional development opportunities. Additionally, there are several blogs and forums where educators share their experiences and resources related to AMATYC.

5. Can you provide an overview of the benefits of AMATYC membership?

AMATYC membership offers a variety of benefits, including access to conferences and workshops, networking opportunities with other mathematics educators, access to publications and resources, and professional development opportunities. It also allows members to stay updated on current trends and research in mathematics education and advocate for the improvement of teaching and learning in two-year colleges.

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