|Mark Gockenbach, Department of Mathematical Sciences, University of Delaware||Mark Gockenbach, Department of Mathematical Sciences, University of Delaware||Zoom||<br>
Title: What I learned from teaching online that I want to apply when teaching fact-to-face: A discussion moderated by Mark Gockenbach.
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Description: During the past year, we have had to adjust to a new mode of instruction. As a result, even experienced faculty have had to rethink their teaching philosophy and practices. We will discuss what we learned by teaching online and how we can apply these lessons when we return to campus. Please come prepared to contribute your thoughts.||5/7/2021 6:30:00 PM||5/7/2021 7:30:00 PM||False|
|Mark Gockenbach, Department of Mathematical Sciences, University of Delaware||Mark Gockenbach, Department of Mathematical Sciences, University of Delaware||Zoom||Title: Calculus instruction at UD: Challenges and opportunities
Description: Calculus is a key foundation for numerous majors in engineering, the sciences, business and economics, and the eight (soon to be nine) degrees offered by Mathematical Sciences. Every year, the department teaches more than 50 sections of various calculus courses to thousands of students. This seminar is the first in a planned series that will focus on calculus instruction at UD. All faculty and graduate students involved in teaching calculus are invited to contribute to the discussion; we are interested in hearing about challenges posed by course structure, syllabi, and student population, as well as ways to address these challenges. Future seminars will address the issues raised in this discussion.||4/23/2021 6:30:00 PM||4/23/2021 7:30:00 PM||False|
|Diego Penta, Department of Mathematical Sciences, University of Delaware||Diego Penta, Department of Mathematical Sciences, University of Delaware||zoom||<br>
Title: Are group competitions in online classrooms possible?
Description: In this workshop, we will explore the possibility of implementing group competitions in an online classroom environment.||4/16/2021 6:30:00 PM||4/16/2021 7:30:00 PM||False|
|Rakesh, Department of mathematical Sciences, University of Delaware ||Rakesh, Department of mathematical Sciences, University of Delaware ||Zoom||<br>
Title: A Discussion on the Implications of Course Evaluations on Teaching Decisions
Abstract: Faculty and graduate students are invited to discuss and comment on the decisions they make after reading their course evaluations, to share their efficient technology and pedagogy approaches and to brainstorm on solutions to common teaching issues in the online environment, in particular.||3/5/2021 7:30:00 PM||3/5/2021 8:30:00 PM||False|
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