IMPACT Live! Presents:
Leaderships’ Role in Fostering Ownership through Professional Development
Sponsored by the Division/Department Leadership ANet
Spotlight of the Month Summary
Join us as we discuss how departmental and divisional leadership provides professional development centered around student and faculty ownership.
Meet the Division/Department ANet Leader and the April IMPACT Live! Planning Team:
Welcome! My name is Christine Mirbaha. I am AMATYC’s current Division/Department Leadership ANet Leader, a position I have held for the past five years. The Division/Department Leadership ANet focuses on topics facing mathematics department leaders, providing for a unique perspective on various aspects of those issues.
My colleagues Julie Phelps, Behnaz Rouhani, Chris Ward, and I are thrilled to be hosting the April 2021 Spotlight of the Month here at IMPACT Live! This month, we shine the spotlight on the Ownership aspect of PROWESS, specifically focusing on the role of those in leadership positions and that of the institution in fostering ownership through professional development. Although this is a particularly relevant theme in light of the major shift in instruction modality during the pandemic, taking responsibility for your leadership role as an educator or supervisor is always a very important aspect of your job. We invite you to join with us as we explore this PROWESS pillar through this unique perspective!
About the Sponsoring AMATYC Community:
To provide professional development opportunities for mathematics department leaders (e.g. coordinators, chairs, etc.), to increase communication within the ANet's constituency to enhance professional networking and support systems for mathematics department leaders, and to disseminate and discuss information on issues that impact college mathematics department leaders, particularly when the information applies to mathematics in the first two years of college.
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Spotlight of the Month Team Members with link to bios:
Christine Mirbaha, Julie Phelps, Behnaz Rouhani, and Chris Ward
AMATYC Program Keys: PD