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Tennessee
Mathematical
Association of

Two
-
Year Colleges











2013

TMATYC

Conference Program

April 5
-
6, 2013






Annual

TMATYC Conference









Tullahoma
, T
N

www.mscc.edu



“Now Boarding”

For Innovation Integration



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Motlow

State Community College

Directions t
o

Motlow

C
ampus

6015 Ledford Mill Road

Tullahoma
, TN 37406


Directions to
Motlow

State Community College

(from
Nashville
)



Take I
-
24 East toward Chattanooga



Take exit 81
-
A South (US 231)



Take
exit Route 437 East



Turn left onto US 41A South



Turn right onto State Route 276



Bear to left onto Hwy 130 at intersection



Take right fork of
Ledford Mill Road at intersection


Directions to
Motlow

State C
ommunity College

(from
Knoxville
)




Take I
-
40 West



Take 1
-
75 South toward Chattanooga



Take I
-
24 West toward Nashville



Take exit 111 West on Hwy 55



Turn right onto Hwy 41A (Jackson Street)



Turn

left onto Hwy 55 (Wilson Ave)



Turn right at main entrance to Motlow (4.9 miles)


Directions to
the
Baymont Inn

from
Motlow

State




At main entrance to
M
SCC, turn left onto
Highway 55

(
Lynchburg Highway, going east
)



Turn left onto N. Jackson Street (US 41A


2
nd

red light
-

Walgreens on
lef
t

side of street)



Hotel on left (2.1 miles)



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Welcome to the
Twelfth

Annual

TMATYC Conference

Motlow

State Community College

Tullahoma
, Tennessee


Friday,
April 5
, 201
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2:00
-
3:45


Executive Committee Meeting

Cooper
Conference Room


2:00
-
5:50

Registration

Marcum Technology Building Room 105


2:00
-
5:50

Displays

Marcum Technology Building Room 105


4:00
-
4:50

Concurrent Session
I

Marcum Technology Building


5:00
-
5:50

Concurrent Session II

Marcum Technology Building


6:00
-
7:30

Banquet

Lincoln County Dining Hall



7:45
-
8:45

General Session

Lincoln County Dining Hall


M
r.
Billy Hix

Motlow State Community Co
llege


“Math

o潣歳






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4:00


4
:50 Concurrent Session I

Session

Room

Presenter/Topic

S1.1

MT

134


Presenter
(
s
)
:


Audrey Bullock, Jackie Vogel


Austin Peay State University



Creating Number Sense in your Mathematics for
Elementary Education Courses

This session will be a problem sharing session of
questions designed to promote number
sense, including
fraction number sense.

S1.2

MT

138

Presenter
(
s
)
:


John Squires
, Matthew Smith



Chattanooga State Community College



The SAILS Project

In SAILS, Chattanooga State and three other community
colleges have worked with
high schools to introduce
Learning Support Math in their Bridge Math course.

S1.3

MT
142

Presenter
(
s
)
:


John Melendez




Northeast State Community College



Teaching Statistics with Technology

From calculators to ipads and everything
in between. (Stat
Crunch, Tegrity, and Camtasia, Google Plus, D2L
Gradebook). Learn how we use these to enhance teaching.

S1.4

MT

149

Presenter(s):
Brian Mitchell


Motlow State Community College



Reconstructing the Foundation: App
lication of
Reasoning and Proof

Incorporating
applications to reasoning and proof in a way
to help students understand the concepts.



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5:00


5
:50 Concurrent Session II

Session

Room

Presenter/Topic

S2.1

MT

134

Presenter(s):
Pengfei Yao


Southwest Tennessee Community College


Fun Practical Problems in Statistics

This talk will introduce several interesting practical
problems in statistics which can help students reach a
better conceptual understanding of the subject.

Participants will receive copies of the projects for use in
their own courses.

S2.2

MT

138

Presenter
(
s
)
:


Rita Sowell


Volunteer State Community College





My Labs, plus a little about Pearson’s MLP

This presentation will show
the amount of control
administration have in moving students around and trouble
shooting.

S2.3

MT

142

Presenter
(
s
)
:

Tim Britt


Jackson

State Community College



AMATYC 2014 Planning

We will discuss where we are in the planning proc
ess for
the 2014 AMATYC conference in Nashville. We will
discuss the latest details on what will be expected of us as
a committee and as volunteers. All volunteers are
welcome to attend!

S2.4

MT

149

Presenter
(
s
)
:


Edward Nichols, Libby White


Chattanooga State Community College



Navigating the Tennessee Transfer Pathways

A discussion of the mathematics requirements in the TTP,
particularly business. Participants will explore
prerequisites for the MATH 1130


1630


1830

triad at
campuses across the state.

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Billy Hix is a teacher in the education department at Motlow
College. During his tenure at Motlow, he has worked to
create a nationally recognized program. In the fall of 2011,
the American Association of Comm
unity Coll
eges recognized

Motlow’s education department as one of the fifty best community college
education departments in the US



Billy Hix is a product of the public school system. He attended a rural school in
southern middle Tennessee and this
experience has helped focused his attention
to the needs of rural schools and small schools across our nation.


To go with his work at Motlow, he is a tireless worker in public schools. Along
with school visits and teacher professional development program
s, he conducts
STEM camps for students in grades 6
-
8 each summer. These camps have
become a model for other camps sponsored by the TN State Department of
Education. His work with the Air Force led to their purchase of a portable
planetarium that he has

used in schools across the mid
-
state.


In addition, he is a Fellow Researcher with the Von Braun Astronomical Society
and he conducts star parties for the general public and for area schools and
school systems. In 2011, he was featured in
Sky and Teles
cope

magazine
regarding his star parties that he conducted at the Tullahoma Hands On Science
Center. Also in 2011, he was selected as the centerfold article for The Reflector
magazine and was selected by that magazine as their outreach person of the
year
. He is also featured in the February, 2013 issue of
Astronomy

magazine as
trying to inspire our youth using astronomy.


He was selected in April 2012 to be one of three teacher liaisons in the United
States for the Space Foundation. With this group,
Hix has traveled across our
nation to speak to educational groups and the aerospace industry about the need
to support STEM and methods to integrate space science into the new common
core curriculum.



Hix worked for NASA between 1997 and 2007 as a Faculty

Fellow and
currently serves on the NASA educational faculty advisory board.


He has filmed 11 PBS TV shows since 2001 about education and space science.
You might recognize him along with Big Bird if you watch morning PBS


Channel 8 Nashville television

for his Parent Tips that are played regarding the
use of technology and education.


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Saturday

April 6
,
2013


8:00


10:30



Registration

Marcum Technology Building Room 105


8:00


11:50

Displays

Marcum Technology Building Room 105


8:00


8:50

Breakfast (Continental)



Lincoln County Dining Hall


9:00


11:50

Snacks Available

Marcum Techn
ology

Building Room 105


9:00


9:50

Concurrent Session III

Marcum Technology Building


10:00


10:50

Concurrent Session

Marcum
Technology Building



11:00


11:50

Concurrent Session V

Marcum Technology Building




12:00


2:00

Lunch, Presentation of Awards, & Business

Meeting

Marcum Technology Building Room 105

*** Note: MT 1
56

in the Marcum Technology Building has
computers that you may use to access your email or the
internet during the morning concurrent sessions***


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9:00


9:50 Concurrent Session III

Session

Room

Presenter/Topic

S3.1

MT

134

Presenter(s):

Angela Everett






Chattanooga State Community College


Redesign at a Satellite Campus


Three Years Later

Come see what I have learned after implementing redesign
at a satellite campus over the past three years. I’ll share
my successes and my failures.

S3.2

MT

138

Presenter
(
s
)
:

Pengfei Yao



Southwest Tennessee Community College




Fun Practical Problems in Statistics

This talk will introduce several interesting practical
problems in statistics which can help students reach a
better
conceptual understanding of the subject.
Participants will receive copies of the projects for use in
their own courses.


S3.3

MT

149

Presenter(s):
Bobby Jackson


Pellissippi State Community College




TMATYC State Math Contest

For those interested in getting involved in the TMATYC
State Math Competition or those who would like to
discuss ways to improve the contest
.

This is an excellent
opportunity to get students involved with mathematics
outside the c
lassroom.


S3.4

MT

142

Presenter(s):

Tyler Turner


Austin Peay State University



The Mathematics of Politics: Voting Methods and
Paradoxes

An exploration of different mathematical strategies for
ballot counting and the paradoxes
that arise.







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10:00


10:50 Concurrent Session IV

Session

Room

Presenter/Topic

S4.1

MT

138

Presenter
(
s
)
:

Marilyn McClanahan
, Suzanne Etheridge


Pellissippi State Community College



Graphing Inequalities: Activities for

the Collaborative
Classroom

Participants experience lessons designed to engage student in
an active learning environment of structured cooperative
groups. Example activities address graphing simple,
compound, and linear inequalities.

S4.2

MT

134

Presenter
(
s
)
:

Tim Britt


Jackson State Community College



AMATYC 2014 Planning

We will discuss where we are in the planning process for the
2014 AMATYC conference in Nashville
.

We will discuss the
latest details on what will be expected of us as a committee
and as volunteers. All volunteers are welcome to attend!

S4.3

MT

142

Presenter
(
s
)
:

Edward Nichols, Libby White



Chattanooga

State Community Col
lege



Navigating the Tennessee Transfer Pathways

A discussion of the mathematics requirements in the TTP,
particularly business. Participants will explore prerequisites
for the MATH 1130


1630


1830 triad at campuses across
the state.

S4.4

MT

149

Presenter
(
s
)
:

Catherine Nightingale, Dr. Jianfeng Zhang



Chattanooga State Community College





Flipping the Classroom: Creating an Active Learning
Environment

The presenters share their experience in facilitating a “flipp
ed
classroom”, in which students watch instructional videos
before class and then work in groups in discussion during
class time. Topics will include the reasoning behind a flipped
classroom, how to create or find good videos for your topic,
and how to pre
pare for and facilitate a flipped classroom.




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11:00


11:50 Concurrent Session V

Session

Room

Presenter/Topic

S5.1

MT

138

Presenter
(
s
)
:

Claire Suddeth, Nancy Pevey


Pellissippi State Community College



START to FINISH
Classroom Engagement
Techniques

Engaging Techniques that will enrich every minute of
your Math class from the START to the FINISH.

S5.2

MT

134

Presenter
(
s
)
:

James N. Adair


Dyersburg State Community College



Dyersburg State CC
Quality Enhancement Program

For the 2007 SACS accreditation, Dyersburg State
implemented a quality enhancement program in the
developmental mathematics department
.

This presentation
will discuss the programs development over the past five
years.

S5.3

MT

142

Presenter
(
s
)
:

Amy Tankersley, Chris Culliton


Pellissippi State Community College



Implementing Profession Development for Learning
Support Math Instructors

Pellissippi State faculty will share the evolution of the
profession
al development activities they have successfully
implemented for Learning Support Math faculty.

S5.4

MT

149

Presenter
(
s
)
:



Motlow State Community College


Roundtable Discussion: Making a Smooth Transition
from Learning Support to
College
-
Level Mathematics

Come prepared to share what your college or university is
doing to connect Learning Support modules to College
-
Level courses.



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After Lunch: Business Meeting & Door Prizes






Thank you for attending the conference!



Please remember to complete the conference evaluation form

and
leave it in

the box in the designated area

or

g
ive it to any of the
o
fficers at the business meeting.



We hope to s
ee you again at next year’s conference.



Drive safely as you return home!



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We extend our sincere gratitude to our sponsors and vendors who
have provided prizes, displays and refreshments.


Pearson

Education

MacMillan
Higher Education

Cengage
Learning

Texas Instruments

Motlow

State Mathematics
, Science and Education

Department

AMAT
YC



Evening meal
and
breakfast

catered

by
Glenda Clark

Lunch catered by the Celtic Cup


Snacks

provided by Pearson

Education



A
special thanks to the previous hosts of the TMATYC
conferences for your guidance and suggestions
.



A special thanks to the TMATYC officers for your assistance.



Very

special thanks to Dawn Anderson, secretary for the Math,
Science and Education Departmen
t at Motlow. Without her help,
nothing would have been possible.


Conference Coordinator:
Sandra Arman




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Email Address

adair@dscc.edu



tbritt@jscc.edu


bullocka@apsu
.
edu

ceculliton@pstcc.edu

a
ngela.everett@chattanoogastate
.edu

scetheridge@pstcc.edu

rtjackson@pstcc.edu


msmcclanahan@pstcc.edu

Jwmelendez@northeaststate.edu

bmitchell@mscc.edu

edward.nichols@chattanoogastate.edu


Catherine.Nightingale@chattanoogastate.edu



npevey
@pstcc.edu

John.Squires@chattanoogastate.
edu

rita.sowell@volstate.edu

John.Squires@chattanoogastate.
edu


Affiliation

Dyersburg State CC

Jackson State CC

Austin Peay State University

Pellissippi
State CC

Chattanooga

State CC

Pellissippi State CC

Pellissippi State CC

Pellissippi

State CC

Northeast State CC

Motlow

State CC

Chattanooga State CC

Chattanooga State CC

Pellissippi State CC

Chattanooga

State CC

Volunteer State CC

Chattanooga State CC

Session

S
5
.
2

S2.3,4.2

S
1
.
1

S5
.3

S
3
.1

S
4
.
1

S
3
.3

S4.
1

S1.3

S1.4

S
2
.
4,4.3

S
4
.4

S5.1

S
1
.
2

S
2
.
2

S
1
.
2

Name of
Presenter

James N. Adair

Tim Britt

Audrey Bullock

Chris Culliton

Angela Everett

Suzanne Etheridge

Bobby Jackson

Marilyn McClanahan

John Melendez

Brian Mitchell

Edward Nichols

Catherine Nightingale

Nancy
Pevey

Matthew Smith

Rita Sowell

John Squires

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cesuddeth@ptscc.edu

antankersley
@pstcc.edu

turnert@apsu.edu


vogelj@apsu.edu

mary.white@chattanoogastate.edu

pyao@southwest.tn.edu

Jiangfeng.Zhang
@ChattanoogaState.
edu










Pellissippi
State CC

Pellissippi State CC

Austin Peay State University

Austin Peay

State
University

Chattanooga State CC

Southwest Tennessee CC

Chattanooga State CC










S
5
.
1

S
5
.3

S
3.4

S1
.
1

S
2
.4
,4.3

S
2.1,3.2

S
4
.
4










Claire Suddeth

Amy
Tankersley

Tyler Turner






Jackie Vogel

Libby White

Pengfei Yao

Dr. Jianfeng Zhang













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