The second edition of Math Lit is now available. Both instructor's and student editions are available now. The MyMathLab course will post the first week of August. In the MML course will be a new Instructor's Resource Manual, Instructor's Solutions Manual, PowerPoints, Learning Catalytics questions, additional videos, new instructor videos, and much more. The MML course will be ready for use in the fall semester.

I will be posting more on the new book soon. In the meantime, please contact your Pearson rep or check out this site if you'd like to see a copy.

# Rebel with a cause

Musings and more about making changes in math education.

## Math Lit Toolbox

- MLCS Book: Math Lit
- 2014 Math Literacy webinar (Youtube)
- Math Literacy Training
- 2013 MLCS Presentation: What is Math Literacy? (Youtube webinar)
- MLCS syllabi (objectives and outcomes)
- 4 Credit Hour Math Literacy Course Syllabi
- A Typical Day: Math Lit classroom videos
- Math Lit instructor support
- Math Lit FAQ's
- Implementing Math Lit Presentation (Youtube webinar, PPTs, & handouts)
- Implementation blog series

## Tuesday, June 21, 2016

## Wednesday, April 27, 2016

### Upcoming webinar on second edition of Math Lit

I'll be giving a webinar tomorrow about the lessons we've learned in 5 years of teaching a math literacy course and how those changes have been incorporated into the second edition of

To register, click here.

Webinar info:

*Math Lit*. The new edition is in print on June 6 and the MyMathLab course will be available the first week of August. If you will be teaching out of the new edition or you're considering using it, this webinar is for you.To register, click here.

Webinar info:

**Math Lit: Looking Forward, Looking Back**

Thursday April 28, 3 pm EST

## Friday, April 22, 2016

### ORMATYC/WAMATYC presentation slides

Here are the slides for my talk at at the joint ORMATYC/WAMATYC conference.

## Monday, April 11, 2016

### ORMATYC/WAMATYC next week

Are you going to the combined ORMATYC/WAMATYC meeting next week? If so, I'm doing a talk on lessons learned from 5 years of teaching Math Lit. The session is from 2:45 to 3:45 pm on Friday April 22. I hope to see you there.

## Thursday, March 17, 2016

### Math Lit & Pathways: 5 Years Later slides

Here is the presentation I gave today on how things have changed and what we've learned after teaching the pathways course Math Lit for 5 years.

## Wednesday, March 16, 2016

### Math Literacy talk slides from National Math Summit

Below are the slides I used today in the panel discussion I was a part of. We use the text,

*Math Lit*, that I've written with my co-author, Heather Foes. It is published by Pearson.## Monday, March 7, 2016

### Upcoming talks on Math Lit and pathways

I'll be doing three talks between this week and next week. If you're going to ICTCM, the National Math Summit, and/or NADE, please join us.

This presentation will focus on the implementation of several course redesigns, with a focus on curriculum redesigns that focus on real-world concepts and collaborative learning. The importance of measuring effects on student performance and non-cognitive factors will be discussed.

**ICTCM - Friday March 11**

NOTE: The following ICTCM
session is offered in person or virtually for attendees.

**Math Lit & Pathways: 5 Years Later**

**Kathleen Almy, Rock Valley College**

**Heather Foes, Rock Valley College**

Pathways
courses have evolved in the 5 years since their inception. In this session,
we’ll share the lessons we’ve learned in our Math Lit course as well as how
pathways are changing developmental math nationwide.

**National Mathematics Summit - Wed March 16**

**Implementing Course Redesigns: Curriculum Options and Measuring Effect**

9:15 – 10:20 Grand Ballroom E

Linda Zientek, Kathleen Almy, Jennifer Dorsey, Nancy Stano, and
Paula Wilhite

This presentation will focus on the implementation of several course redesigns, with a focus on curriculum redesigns that focus on real-world concepts and collaborative learning. The importance of measuring effects on student performance and non-cognitive factors will be discussed.

**NADE - Thursday March 17**

**Math Lit & Pathways: 5 Years Later**

**Kathleen Almy, Rock Valley College**

Pathways courses have evolved in the 5 years since their
inception. In this session, we’ll share the lessons we’ve learned in our Math
Lit course as well as how pathways are changing developmental math nationwide.

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