Extend your professional development and meet your students where they are with this free Digital Learning Webinar Series (DLWS). Professional development digital badges can be earned for viewing a webinar in its entirety.
Join Professors Jessica Bernards and Wendy Fresh of Portland Community College for a discussion on how to take your existing in-class activities (or new activities) and easily adapt them to the online environment.
Join Dr. Robert L. Gould of University of California – Los Angeles and Rebecca Wong of West Valley College for a demonstration on how to engage students in a data investigation activity that works in both the virtual and physical class.
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 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 Mike Sullivan III, Joliet Junior College, to explore the habits of experts in various fields, the role of motivation (both intrinsic and extrinsic), and how these habits may be applied in learning mathematics.
Join Professor Elayn Martin-Gay, University of New Orleans, to discuss how to best convey skills and concepts to our students. We’ll explore some of the recent movements, including Growth Mindset vs. Fixed Mindset, STEM vs. non-STEM opportunities, and Career Readiness vs. College Readiness.
Join Marcus Roper from UCLA to explore how teaching modeling and simulation skills can enrich introductory calculus courses by connecting calculus to real-world applications that go far beyond “word problems.”