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2023 Spring Meeting – Registration

If you would like to contribute a talk or a student talk or poster, please register and fill out the abstract submission form by Friday, April 14.

If you would like to attend the banquet or order lunch for the Saturday program, register by Friday, April 28.  

Registration to attend the meeting without attending the banquet or submitting an abstract will continue up to the day of the event.  

Once you register you will be given the option of submitting an abstract.

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Saturday, May 6, from 4:00 - 6:00 p.m.
(the time may change, but will be after main portion of program for two hours)
Coordinator : Stan Yoshinobu, University of Toronto
In this hands-on workshop, attendees will work together, share, and discuss inquiry-based learning (IBL) techniques and approaches to teaching undergraduate math classes. There will be an emphasis on large or large-ish classes, however, attendees teaching small courses are welcome, as many of the ideas discussed apply broadly and MAA Seaway has members with experience teaching IBL in small class sizes. We will discuss sample course structures, “IBLizing'' standard textbook lessons with IBL handouts, creating inclusive class environments, and supporting new or new-ish instructors, such as graduate student instructors and early-career faculty. All experience levels are welcome to join the discussion.

Friday, May 5, from 3:00 - 5:00 p.m.
Coordinator : Diana Skrzydlo, University of Waterloo
Abstract: Many math faculty colleagues have attended teaching conferences throughout the 2022-2023 academic year, and this is your chance to hear the highlights of what they learned. There will be several short presentations focused on the most practical, actionable advice that you can use in your own teaching, and a roundtable discussion for you to share what you have learned as well.

Include any notes to meeting organizers such as special accommodations that you might have, childcare needs, closed captioning, etc.