In this session, you’ll learn about innovative ideas and digital best practices for your math courses.
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In this session, you’ll learn about innovative ideas and digital best practices for your math courses.
Join Jessica Bernards and Wendy Fresh from Portland Community College to explore how Grit and Growth Mindset relate specifically to math.
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 Mari Menard from Lone Star College-Kingwood and George Woodbury from College of the Sequoias as they share personal experiences of planning for and implementing corequisite courses.
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 Elayn Martin-Gay from University of New Orleans to discuss strategies and learning principles about the way students learn, and the role digital tools can play.
Join Professor George Woodbury of College of the Sequoias to discover the advantages of having a growth-mindset over a fixed-mindset.
Join Dr. Darin Kapanjie of Temple University for examples of how Temple University faculty are using video, along with other strategies, to help improve results in Applied Calculus.
Join Eric Gaze of Bowdoin College for a discussion on tactics to engage students in Quantitative Reasoning courses.
Join Kirk Trigsted of University of Idaho to learn more about a College Algebra corequisite pilot conducted by the University of Idaho, and hear lessons learned.
Join Professor Debra Carney of Colorado School of Mines to discuss techniques for making effective calculus videos.
Join Dr. Robert L. Gould of UCLA to learn more about courses in Data Science and other trends in data science education.
Join Diane Hollister, Pearson Faculty Advisor, to explore strategies and features you can use within MyLab Math & Statistics to help you get the most out of it.
Join Diane Hollister, Pearson Faculty Advisor, to explore strategies and features you can use within MyLab Math & Statistics to help you get the most out of it.
Join Stephanie Walker, Pearson Faculty Advisor, to explore strategies and features you can use within MyLab Math & Statistics to help you get the most out of it.
Join Diane Hollister, Pearson Faculty Advisor, to explore strategies and features you can use within MyLab Math & Statistics to help you get the most out of it.
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 Professor Lyle Cochran, Whitworth University, to learn about exercises that help students see the relevance of calculus to their field of study.
Join Professor Rebecca Wong, West Valley College, to explore how to incorporate the 4 C’s (communication, collaboration, critical thinking, and creativity) into introductory statistics.
Join Eric Schulz from Walla Walla Community College to discover how using interactive figures can help reach more students, spark their curiosity, and gain a better understanding of the material.
Join George Woodbury from College of the Sequoias to discuss the benefits of incorporating STEM in an intermediate algebra course, and how you can get your students excited for STEM careers.
Join Trisha Sholar and Randy Gallaher for a discussion on their experiences with corequisite courses, and how you can improve the experience.
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.”
Join Mike Sullivan III from Joliet Junior College to discuss how you can use classroom time to immerse students with resources like Interactive Statistics, Learning Catalytics and StatCrunch.
Join Jessica Bernards and Wendy Fresh to explore technology that is easy to use, include elements of gamification, and provide instant feedback to improve engagement in your classroom.
Join Bernhard Klingenberg from Williams College to explore several new interactive web apps from: www.ArtofStat.com that he developed to be used to demonstrate a variety of statistical concepts.
Join Stephanie Walker as she discusses how MyLab™ Math and Statistics courses can work for a variety of courses.
Join Kevin Bodden and Randy Gallaher from Lewis & Clark Community College as they share their approach to teaching a corequisite college algebra course that utilizes interactive assignments.
Join Eric Gaze from Bowdoin College to understand how to use spreadsheets to more effectively engage students in Quantitative Reasoning coursework.
Join Kirk Trigsted from University of Idaho to discover how you can fully take advantage of MyLab™ Math technology.
Offload your Intro Stats computing to the cloud, via web apps available on any browser or web-enabled device.
1:00–1:40 p.m. EST
Use interactive figures to help students see what you’re talking about, open their minds, and spark their curiosity.
12:00–12:40 p.m. EST
Teach modeling and simulation in introductory calculus without overburdening students — or yourself.
Learn how to use co-requisite remediation to help students succeed with college mathematics.
Use technology-based simulations to introduce complex ideas early, and successfully prepare students to master them.
Learn how to integrate personalized learning tools that help students focus on their individual needs.
1:00–1:40 p.m. EST
Explore new ways to use interactivity to engage students and improve their performance.
3:00–3:40 p.m. EST
Discover how you can use interactive student response questions to encourage engagement and team learning.
1:00–1:40 p.m. EST
Join Diane Hollister from Pearson who will share a few strategies you can use within MyLab™ Math & Statistics.