This month of IMPACT Live! is hosted by the Developmental Mathematics ANet!

 

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    I feel it is very important to teach our students soft skills to be successful in the course during the semester. I teach my students in quantitative reasoning class to create excel sheets with their study time plan and budget sheet as a part of in-class ...

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    Let's hear from you! Please respond to one of the following: Share your framework for a class period that you have found to be engaging and effective. Add thoughts to any of the five pieces of the framework I shared in my blog if you ...

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    This is a GREAT resource, Frank. Thank you so much for sharing it with us. This is the first time I have visited the "Turning on the Light" website , but I am going to share this with students and colleagues. I hope that others that stop by to visit ...

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    Thank you for bringing up this important topic. While I find students struggling with different soft skills you had mentioned, I find that the issue of time management commonly emerges. We have students trying to balance work, school, and family commitments, ...

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    Chamila - Thank you for sharing your perspective. As with Frank's response, mine is similar in regard to the excitement an interdisciplinary approach creates for both students and professors. Your combination of mathematics and geology sounds very interesting ...

Blogs

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    When we’re teaching a developmental math class, we often have two goals: student engagement and learning. There are many ...

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    One of the benefits of the developmental math course sequence that many institutions (and even states!) have phased out was ...

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    Stigler and Hierbert (1999) note that teaching is cultural, and that we teach the way we were taught. Foreign born instructors ...

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    I have always loved mathematics and been fascinated by mathematics in nature—from the Fibonacci sequence in the spirals on ...