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SEQuEL 2017 Conference Proposals & Registration #SEQUEL2017

October 12, 2016
Quantity Across the Curriculum is a faculty-driven program for quantitative reasoning at Bridgewater State University. QuAC's mission is to increase student and faculty engagement and success with numbers in all disciplines of higher education.

Quantity Across the Curriculum is a faculty-driven program for quantitative reasoning at Bridgewater State University. QuAC’s mission is to increase student and faculty engagement and success with numbers in all disciplines of higher education.

Southeastern Massachusetts Quantitative Engagement and Literacy is an annual meeting of higher education faculty and staff around teaching, learning, and student success with quantitative literacy across the curriculum. Faculty and staff from the region are invited to attend, present, and share.

Thursday, January 12, 2017,
8:30am – 2:30pm, at

Bridgewater State University
Burnell Hall 132
100 Burrill Avenue
Bridgewater, Massachusetts

Math anxiety and avoidance not only interfere with students’ test-taking success; they can also keep students from engaging with quantitative content elsewhere in their coursework and career. SEQuEL 2017 invites proposals and sharing around how to understand and mitigate our students’ (and our own!) anxieties around numbers, and locating and building instead on quantitative strengths in the college classroom.

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To register for SeQUEL 2017, click here.

Call for Proposals

We invite proposals for presentationsworkshops, and round tables.

Proposals will be reviewed by conference organizers, and this call will close October 31, 2016. Presenters will be notified on November 18th.

To submit a proposal, click here.

Source: SEQuEL 2017

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