Math Community Project at Penn State Learning: A Partnership
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Speaker: Dr. James Hager and Dr. Neill Johnson,
Abstract: How much do you know about the Department of Mathematics' collaboration with Penn State Learning? What courses are the focus of this collaboration? Who are the peer tutors who work with students in these courses? How are they trained? What are their responsibilities? How do they work with course instructors and coordinators of courses? How many students drop in to see these math tutors? Where does this tutoring take place? What math concepts and problem sets do students most want help with? What feedback do students provide on tutor evaluations? What can you, as instructors, learn from this feedback? What can Penn State Learning's Faculty Scholar in Math and Physical Sciences do to support you and the students in your classrooms? How can the ECOS Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math Teaching group enrich your teaching experience?
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Room Number: 114 McAllister
Time: 11:30am - 1:00pm