I'll be giving a webinar for Pearson this Friday. Details below:
Looking for new teaching strategies and techniques, especially regarding using technology with your courses? Learn from your colleagues for FREE and from the comfort of your own home or office!
Speaking about Math & Stats Online Conference – Friday, September 28th from 10am-4pm Eastern
• This full day online conference is filled with sessions given by mathematicians and statisticians.
• You can join just one session or you can join multiple sessions; it is up to you.
• To join on September 28th, all you need is a computer and internet connection.
• There are NO REGISTRATION FEES!
Check out the great topics and fabulous speakers! (All times Eastern)
10am - Eric Schulz from Walla Walla Community College on Teaching and Learning with Interactivity
11am - Scott McDaniel from Middle Tennessee State University on Flipping the Math Class at the College Level
noon - Greta Harris-Hardland from Tarrant County College, NE on Mod Math: A Redesign Option for Mastery and Acceleration of Developmental Mathematics
1pm - Kim McHale from Heartland Community College on Using Statistics in Online and Hybrid Statistics Courses to Improve Student Learning
2pm - Kathy Almy from Rock Valley College on New Pathways for Developmental Math: A Look into Mathematical Literacy for College Students
3pm - George Woodbury from College of the Sequoias on Using MyMathLab to Promote Mastery Learning
For more information and to register for this free event, check out www.pearsonhighered.com/speakingabout/mathandstats/
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