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.

## Math Lit Toolbox

- 2017 Webinar Math Lit 5 Years Later
- Math Lit Forum
- 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

## Thursday, March 17, 2016

## 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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