Join Aaron Warnock of Highline College to explore exciting new question types available in MyLab® Math for Calculus that will deepen students' conceptual and visual understanding.
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Join Aaron Warnock of Highline College to explore exciting new question types available in MyLab® Math for Calculus that will deepen students' conceptual and visual understanding.
Join Dr. Sybilla Beckmann of University of Georgia to discover strategies for employing an active learning approach in mathematics courses.
Join Jessica Bernards and Wendy Fresh of Portland Community College for strategies on how to actively reach out to students, build relationships, and create inclusivity in a remote or online environment.
Join Professor Edith Aguirre of El Paso Community College to see how StatCrunch, a web-based statistical software, can be used to enhance statistics learning and create an interactive environment.
Join Peggy Moore of University of Southern Maine to explore strategies for engaging students in a "remote-live" liberal arts math course, including the use of Google Suite products and group projects.
Join Dr. Judi McDonald of Washington State University to explore how interactive mathematics figures can be used to encourage students to experiment with ideas and create conjectures.
Join Dr. John List of the University of Chicago and Pearson author to explore how to improve students’ critical thinking skills.
Join authors Tracie Miller-Nobles and Brenda Mattison for tips and techniques to ensure students come to class prepared.
Join Associate Professor Eva Dziadula of University of Notre Dame to discuss how she uses self-created videos to engage her economics students with current news in a quiz format.
Join Dr. Wendy Tietz of Kent State University to explore how data analytics can be easily integrated into introductory accounting courses using Microsoft^{®} Excel.
Join Mary Anne Poatsy, author and series editor at Pearson, to explore strategies and tools to communicate with your students.
Join Professor Michael Solomon of Saint Joseph's University for techniques to capture students’ attention, including classroom gamification and online resources that heighten students’ engagement.
Join Dr. Beth Stephan of Clemson University for a demonstration on how to use MyLab^{®} Engineering to structure assignments that promote student knowledge acquisition and efficacy.
Join Dr. Rickard of University of Arkansas to see what strategies he implemented during COVID-19 and what strategies he’ll continue to use.
Join Professor Kathleen Almy of Rock Valley College to discuss strategies for a highly contextual and active approach to teaching developmental math students.
Join Dr. Jeffrey L. Hieb of J.B. Speed School of Engineering at the University of Louisville to see how MyLab^{®} Math Early Alerts provide meaningful, early warning to students.
Join Dr. Barbara Johnson of Indiana University—Purdue University Indianapolis for strategies on helping online students become motivated, confident mathematics learners and users.
Join Professor Michael Sullivan of Joliet Junior College to explore how interactive figures can be used to engage mathematics students.
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 Dr. Jeff Sarbaum of University of North Carolina Greensboro for a discussion on the elements of an effective teaching story.
Join Dr. Eric Lamm of San Francisco State University and Dr. Jennifer Tosti-Kharas of Babson College for a discussion on how to successfully incorporate digital resources into your current course, and the expected effect on student learning and engagement.
Join Dr. Serina Haddad of Rollins College for a discussion on the challenges of teaching a statistics course in a digital environment.
Join Professor Mari Menard of Lone Star College – Kingwood for a discussion on the challenges and planning process for implementing a corequisite course completely online.
Join Dr. Mark Young of University of Central Florida for a discussion on techniques that can increase your well-being.
Join Professors Jay Heizer, Barry Render, and Chuck Munson for up-to-date ideas on how to integrate pandemic impacts into your instruction.
Join Amy Kinser of Indiana University Bloomington for a discussion and demonstration of the tools and techniques used in a large course to address the issue of online exams.
Join Professor Brian Rickard of University of Arkansas for a discussion on online teaching strategies, ways to engage and support students, and technology options for making it all happen.
Join Professor Carola Goldenberg of George Washington University for a discussion on how computer mediated activities can complement and enhance active learning when implemented as part of a flipped class approach.
Join Cindy Fenske, DNP, RN, CNE of Concordia University for a discussion on techniques to help students gain deep learning through the use of case studies.
Join Professor J. Noland White of Georgia College to learn about a class activity that helps students learn about metacognition.
Join Professor Callie J. Daniels of St. Charles Community College for a guided tour through the Lial College Algebra Series MyLab Math courses with enhanced sample assignments.
Join Professor Mike Sullivan of Joliet Junior College for a presentation of the features of the data analysis tool, StatCrunch.
Join Professor Thomas Knight of University of Florida for a discussion on the rationale for incorporating short videos into introductory economics classroom.
Join Professor Randall J. Boyle of Weber State University for a discussion on the severity of data breaches and protective measures.