Join Claudia R. Fernández, PhD, of the University of Illinois-Chicago, and Muriel Gallego, PhD, of Ohio University, for a discussion of stimulating higher-level thinking and communication through the use of meaningful contexts.
Join Professors Tracie Miller-Nobles (Austin Community College), Wendy Tietz (Kent State University) and Jennifer Cainas (University of South Florida) for a discussion on integrating data analytics into your accounting course.
Join R. Glenn Hubbard, Dean Emeritus and Russell L. Carson Professor of Finance and Economics at the Columbia Business School at Columbia University, for a discussion of improving student engagement by connecting economics to the latest news.
Join Marc Renault from Shippensburg University as he showcases a suite of mobile-friendly Interactive Figures, and explore ways they can be used as teaching tools in the classroom and for independent study at home.
Join Bernhard Klingenberg from Williams College for ideas and demonstrations for how to strategically use apps to cover concepts such as sample-to-sample variability, multivariate thinking and permutation testing.
Join Eric Gaze from Bowdoin College to explore elements to consider for a Quantitative Reasoning course that addresses the challenge of empowering people to think quantitatively about everyday issues by providing a firm foundation in proportional reasoning and modeling with spreadsheets.
Join Paul J. Deitel, CEO and Chief Technical Officer of Deitel & Associates, Inc., for an overview of his exciting, highly innovative new textbook, Intro to Python for Computer Science and Data Science: Learning to Program with AI, Big Data and the Cloud.
Join Jim Hanson from Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology to explore ways to give students specific skills for evaluating their calculation results so you can help students develop the habit of using those skills.
Join Stacy Ochoa from University of California, San Diego and Morgan Mouchka from University of California, San Diego as they share their experience of redesigning and implementing a large-lecture course, General Biology.
Join Brad Mehrtens from University of Illinois to discuss how a majors biology auditorium of 600+ students can be transformed into a more active learning environment using technologies both advanced and simple.
Join Lourdes Norman-McKay from Florida State College-Jacksonville to learn about the latest research on how growth mindset affects student success and persistence, and acquire strategies for fostering growth mindset in the classroom to promote S.T.E.M. education.
Join Brian Jones from Colorado State University and Catherine Crouch from Swarthmore College as they share experiences in adapting courses to better meet the needs of the life science students, leading to enhanced physics understanding, interest, and appreciation of the value of physics.
Join Dr. Beth Osborne from Florida State University as she shares an example of a performance project that serves as a model to plan, scaffold, guide, and assess non-majors to ensure group and individual accountability.
Join Professor Danielle Richardson from Davidson County Community College for a real-world look at how she implemented Digital Integrated Performance Assessments (IPAs) in her classroom, and recommendations for how you can in yours.
Join Elnora Stuart from University of South Carolina Upstate to discuss how Brand You Marketing Plans that utilize the Brand You Personal Inventory Assessments in MyLab Marketing help students understand their strengths and weaknesses on key skills and competencies.
Join Mike Sullivan III from Joliet Junior College, Jessica Bernards, and Wendy Fresh from Portland Community College to explore best practices for teaching corequisite courses, including the comprehensive suite of resources in The MyLab™ Guided Learning Path.
Join Professor Jodie Lawston of California State University, San Marcos to explore how to balance the macro and the micro levels in the classroom, with an emphasis on empowering our students to engage with the social structure of society.
Join Professor James S. Miller of University of Wisconsin-Whitewater to discuss practical strategies for teaching students to identify, analyze and respond to the role that algorithms play in shaping their reading and writing process.