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Transitioning to Online Instruction in University Math - How to Survive This Term

This webinar assists University Math faculty in how to quickly and easily transition to teaching math in a non-face-to-face instructional environment. We’ll touch on the top needs of students and faculty in a swiftly changing environment, and what instructors can do quickly and easily to minimize overwhelm and provide the best opportunity for students to succeed. Everything from how to use video conferencing (Zoom, Skype, etc.) to using Learning Management Systems (Canvas, Moodle, etc.). And, most importantly, what NOT to bother with in this sudden transition.

Meet the Hosts

This webinar is jointly led by Cal State LA Math faculty members Sharona Krinsky, Owynn Lancaster, and Robert Bosley.

Sharona Krinsky
Robert Bosley
Owynn Lancaster

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Sharona Krinsky
Sharona brings over 25 years of professional development experience in teaching math at the university as well as extensive experience teaching in hybrid environments and dual enrollment (high school/college) using technology. She is currently teaching Calculus and Statistics, coordinates the Statistics pathway course at Cal State LA, and is a peer mentor at her campus’ Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning.
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Robert Bosley
Robert currently teaches Statistics and serves as a math education researcher, intervention coordinator, and peer coach. He has extensive experience providing professional development to math instructors in content, pedagogy, and data analysis as well as effective use of LMS systems (Schoology, Canvas, Illuminate, etc.).
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Owynn Lancaster
Owynn Lancaster is an instructional designer with Cal State LA’s Center for Effective Teaching and Learning. As both a university faculty member and a credential high school teacher, Owynn is uniquely positioned to assist both K-12 faculty and university faculty in navigating both the short-term and long-term challenges of the current environment.
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