Upcoming Webinars

Insights to Corequisite Design and Implementation From the Carnegie Math Pathways Network

In response to the increasing demand for quality corequisite math courses, Carnegie Math Pathways has partnered with math faculty from institutions across the country to develop new corequisite versions of Quantway and Statway. These courses have been offered in classrooms in the last year, and preliminary outcomes have been very promising, producing a 65 percent average success rate in Year 1. This webinar provides the preliminary results and includes a discussion with course designers and instructors about the Pathways’ Year 1 implementation experience, lessons learned, and best practices.

Scott StrotherLead, Curriculum and Assessment, Carnegie Math Pathways 
Scott Strother is the Lead for Curriculum and Assessment at Carnegie Math Pathways and leads two nationwide teams of faculty who continually improve the Pathways assessment systems and curricular resources. Scott has also taught statistics at the University of Louisville where he received his Ph.D. in Experimental Psychology.

Mark Brodsky Partnership Director, Carnegie Math Pathways 
As Partnership Director for Carnegie Math Pathways, Mark Brodsky works with new and existing members of the Carnegie Math Pathways’ Networked Improvement Community. Mark has been working with colleges and universities for nearly 30 years, helping institutions evolve by integrating innovative educational technology and courseware solutions into their academic programs, operations, and technology infrastructure.

Thursday, July 25, 2019

Pacific: 10:00 am - 11:00 am
Mountain: 11:00 am - 12:00 pm
Central: 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Eastern: 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm

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Human Cannonballs and Evil Geniuses: Boosting Performance in Online Discussions

Students often struggle with providing practical comments in online discussions and feedback forums. Even students who write meaningful and accurate responses to discussion questions find it difficult to leave substantive feedback for their peers. To alleviate these problems and boost performance, learn how to rewrite discussions prompts with a humorous edge and use guided peer replies to encourage more meaningful student responses.

Lea Rosenberry, Training Specialist, IT Learning and Development, Pennsylvania State University
Lea Rosenberry has been teaching college-level math for more than 20 years. She has a Master’s degree in Education with an emphasis in Mathematics Education and over 24 graduate hours in mathematics and statistics. With over 16 years in online education, Lea has experience in curriculum development, creating online content, training and mentoring new instructors, and writing and facilitating online courses. Lea currently works in Faculty Development as an IT Training Specialist and continues to teach math online. 

Tami Tacker, Professor, Mathematics, General Education, Purdue Global
Tami Tacker’s online journey began over 16 years ago. In addition to teaching, Tami has served as the Subject Matter Expert on multiple course revisions and is the Course Lead for Purdue Global’s highest enrollment math class, Survey of Mathematics. She is responsible for keeping the course current and relevant and building a faculty learning community for the course. Tami earned her Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees in Mathematics and has taught all levels of mathematics courses onsite and online.

Thursday, August 1, 2019

Pacific: 11:00 am - 12:00 pm
Mountain: 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Central: 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Eastern: 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm

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Entrepreneurial Learning Environments: Why Building an Entrepreneurial Culture On Your Campus Is the Key to Student and Staff Engagement

Entrepreneurial Learning Environments: Why Building an Entrepreneurial Culture On Your Campus Is the Key to Student and Staff Engagement
During this webinar, participants learn strategies and best practices to foster entrepreneurial mindsets on college campuses. Success in college starts with student engagement in the learning process. However, many initiatives to improve student retention and completion miss the mark. How do we promote the circumstances necessary to produce innovative and resilient students? The answer: An entrepreneurial culture shift on college campuses. Entrepreneurial learning environments prepare students for the challenges of college and life after college by fostering communication, collaboration, and creativity through experiential learning. By cultivating an entrepreneurial mindset in students, faculty, and staff, we empower and engage everyone to solve problems, think critically, and be engaged in their work. When shifting entrepreneurial thinking to the core of our educational structures, faculty, students, and communities benefit. An entrepreneurial learning environment enables educators to provide their students with a path to better understand, analyze, and change the world around them, for the betterment of all.

Gary SchoenigerFounder & CEO, The Entrepreneurial Learning Initiative
Author and entrepreneur Gary Schoeniger has emerged as an internationally recognized thought leader in the field of entrepreneurial mindset education and training. Gary is the co-author of Who Owns the Ice House? Eight Life Lessons from an Unlikely Entrepreneur, an international bestseller described as “required reading for humanity.” Drawing from decades of research, Gary led the design and development of the original Ice House Entrepreneurship Program through a partnership with the Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation. Gary has presented around the world including the Global Entrepreneurship Congress, European Commission, U.S. State Department, and the Colombian Ministry of Education.

Wednesday, August 28, 2019

Pacific: 11:00 am - 12:00 pm
Mountain: 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Central: 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Eastern: 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm

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