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November 2015

AMATYC, New Orleans, LA - November 19-22

I am not speaking, but will be in attendance. If you want to talk about my new eText for Elementary and Intermediate Algebra (4E) or my collaboration with Mike Sullivan on Interactive Statistics (1E) you can track me down an the Pearson booth.

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December 2015

CMC3, Monterey, CA - December 11-12

Title: The Importance of Discovery and Reflection in Developmental Mathematics

During this talk I will discuss strategies for getting your students involved with the discovery of developmental mathematics. These strategies will help encourage your students to think during class and participate rather than passively waiting for you to tell them what to do. If time allows we will also discuss ways to help your students reflect on what they have learned.

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March 2016

ICTCM, Atlanta, GA - March 9-12

Title: Using Technology to Help Students Discover Algebra

In my experience students develop a deeper understanding of mathematical concepts when they are allowed to participate in the discovery of the concept rather than simply being lectured to.
I will share specific activities and assignments that I have used in my own classroom to help students participate in the discovery of algebraic concepts, including Desmos, Youtube, and Wolfram|Alpha.
Attendees will be given the opportunity to brainstorm ways to incorporate these strategies in their own courses.

 

NADE, Anaheim, CA - March 16-19

Title: The Importance of Discovery and Reflection in Developmental Mathematics

During this talk I will discuss strategies for getting your students involved with the discovery of developmental mathematics. These strategies will help encourage your students to think during class and participate rather than passively waiting for you to tell them what to do. If time allows we will also discuss ways to help your students reflect on what they have learned.

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