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Joyce Hammer

Parent and Student Math Advisory Night “in a Box”. Joyce Hammer. Planning Chart. OBJECTIVE AUDIENCE TEAM COLLABORATION BUDGET SPONSORS ORGANIZATIONAL TOOLS MARKETING. MATH ADVISORY NIGHT IN A BOX. What is Math Advisory Night? .

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Joyce Hammer

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  1. Parent and Student Math Advisory Night “in a Box” Joyce Hammer


  3. What is Math Advisory Night? • Provide advising for grades 8-12 on math preparation for work and college-readiness: • Controlling college cost • Taking more mathematics • College math placement • Speak with teachers/counselors/administrators from local high schools and colleges • Take the math portion of the COMPASS at no cost

  4. Audience • Middle school and high school students • Parents • Teachers • Counselors • School administrators • College representatives • Community leaders

  5. Agenda

  6. COMPASS Information

  7. Team Collaboration • Project TIME Steering Committee • School districts partners • Green River Community College • Math faculty and administrators • Center of Excellence staff • Testing Center staff • Student Services staff

  8. Initial Planning • Choose date, time, and location • Reserve room/logistics • Keynote speaker • Topics and other speakers • Cost analysis • Packets • Food/Daycare • Exhibition/outreach booths

  9. Sponsors • Major sponsors • Transition Math Project • Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation • Partnership for Learning • Green River Community College • Door prize donors • Microsoft • Texas Instruments • Sylvan Learning

  10. Budget (cost analysis) • Based on funding available from sponsors • Catering • Materials/supplies • Daycare if applicable • Advertisement • COMPASS • Transportation

  11. Marketing • Flyer • School newsletters (by end of November!) • Local community newspapers • Community organizations • PTA’s • Websites • Project TIME • TMP • Green River Community College • Middle and high schools

  12. Organization Tools • Databases • Research and tracking teachers, counselors, principals, superintendents of school districts, college faculty and administrators • Track registrations • Track evaluations • Online registration/COMPASS times • Staff/volunteers list

  13. www.project-time.org

  14. Evaluations

  15. Lessons Learned • Registration • Limits or “until filled” • Cancellation • Waiting lists • Location • Timing and student flow • Parent/student separation • Coordinating date and time (before course registration)

  16. Lessons Learned • Calculator check out • 16+ years old need ID for COMPASS • Keeping audience active and attentive • Get good speakers and keep talk short!

  17. Questions?

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