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Join us on Pi Day and beyond for the premier conference for math and stats faculty.
Virtual event: March 14
Live event: March 22–24, Orlando, FL
Robert F. Blitzer
Appeals to students of all majors and connects math to their lives, showing them that our world is profoundly mathematical
Lial, Greenwell & Ritchey
An applied presentation that makes math meaningful and relevant for students in business, economics, social sciences, and life sciences
Mario F. Triola
The new edition of the most popular elementary stats title helps all majors understand the role of statistics in the world around us using current, real-world data
Almy & Foes
Prepares students with critical thinking in context to provide an alternate path through algebra
Early Alerts has the power to identify struggling students as early as possible using an algorithm that analyzes six data factors to reveal which students may be at risk.
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Join bestselling author Elayn Martin-Gay as she discusses strategies and tools for empowering students and increasing equity in developmental math courses.
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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.
In this talk, Dr. Jeffrey Bennett will explain how a course in quantitative reasoning can focus on concepts and skills that students can use in their other college courses, careers, and daily lives. By teaching material in a way that shows context and relevance so clearly, they can’t help but become engaged.
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