Learn the three essential components of a successful introductory differential equations course.
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Learn the three essential components of a successful introductory differential equations course.
Join instructor Cathy Evins to hear how flipping her class made her class time more effective and improved course outcomes.
This talk will discuss the benefits of a quantitative reasoning (QR) course, including how to structure your own QR course.
Join George Woodbury, Math Instructor at College of the Sequoias, as he presents strategies for promoting student progression and achievement through effective development of the affective domain in collegiate math.
Join Professor Eric Schulz to learn how to use a variety of exercises from 3D printing and learning aids to new exercises in Calculus.
Join Anne Fischer as she shares her philosophy behind her teaching methods, and how she has developed her course so that online students are as successful (or more successful) as in-person students.
Join Brian Rickard as he shares strategies for using intuitive knowledge to teach probability and statistics.
Join Dr. Jeffrey Bennett for a strategy discussion, featuring examples for improving our teaching success at almost any level of math and statistics.
Join Dr. Calandra Davis as she provides detailed guidance for participants wanting to explore how to build or customize a corequisite math course in MyLab^{®} Math/Statistics.
Join Dr. Trevor S. Hale as he explains how he deployed mini-projects as the main method of instruction and practice in his Business Statistics course.
Join Drs. Joel Hass, Christopher Heil, and Przemyslaw Bogacki as they discuss using high-quality exercises and figures to help students generalize in mathematics.
Join Dr. Lourdes P. Norman-McKay to explore ways to shape students' STEM identity as a means of encouraging success and retention of underrepresented groups in STEM disciplines.
Join Drs. Hunter Glanz and Brennan Davis as they discuss the present and potential future of introductory data science in the undergraduate curriculum.
Help students understand what academic integrity means. Topics include tips on being proactive with your class and positive engagement with those who have participated in academic misconduct.