Professional development for math instructors
through COVID-19 and beyond.
PEDESTALS 2: Teaching Mathematics Remotely and Doing It Well
A professional development program for university math faculty
Teaching mathematics online and doing it well requires best practices in online instruction as well as specific instructional strategies optimized for math. In this 4-week course for math faculty and instructors, participants will gain the knowledge to adapt their courses for delivery in an online, hybrid, or blended environment. All sessions integrate math-specific examples, handouts with resources, and opportunities for discussion and active learning. Participants will develop materials for their own courses through pre- and post-session assignments, as well as forum discussions and in-class group interactions. Completion of the course will be recognized with a Certificate of Completion from College Bridge.
Introduction to Online Instruction for Administrators
Full Four-Week Course for Math Instructors:
New Dates Added! Fridays 2:30-4:30 p.m.
Session Two: Designing Your Online Course
Session Three: Supporting Engagement and Motivation in Online Courses
Session Four: Developing Effective Assignments and Assessments
Two Webinars on Flipped Learning with Robert Talbert:
Getting Started with Flipped Learning
Designing Courses for Flipped Learning