Due to COVID-19, in March 2020, as colleges were preparing to end the winter quarter and prepare for spring, faculty were forced to shift quickly away from in person instruction. The resources below were developed to help faculty in that transition and to support them as they worked to move beyond emergency remote instruction as conditions made it clear that many colleges would not be seeing students in person until late in 2021.
- “My Covid-19 Math Syllabus” (A Discussion Facilitated by Laura Schueller with Special Guest David Lippman 4/2/2020) – Materials and Zoom Recording
- “Beyond Your LMS – Useful Technology for your Remote Mathematics Class” (A Discussion Facilitated by Laura Schueller with Special Guest David Lippman 4/3/2020) – Materials and Zoom Recording
- “Engaging Students in Your Remote Classroom” (facilitated by Laura Schueller 4/17/2020) – Materials (instead of a separate curated chat document, the comments and feedback from the participants have been integrated into the slide deck) and Zoom Recording
- “Rethinking Assessment – A Guided Discussion About What is Working” (facilitated by Laura Schueller 4/24/2020) – Materials (instead of a separate curated chat document, the comments and feedback from the participants have been integrated into the slide deck) and Zoom Recording
- “Your Remote Technical Math Class – A Guided Discussion especially for faculty teaching mathematics courses for Career and Technical Education Students” (facilitated by Laura Schueller 4/27/2020) – Materials and Zoom Recording
- Student Engagement: Getting and Keeping Students Motivated and Connected: Power Point Slides and Zoom Recording for May 20
- Technology: Hardware and Software that can Facilitate Teaching and Learning: Power Point Slides and Zoom Recording for May 21
- Grading: What, How, and Why: Power Point Slides
- Promoting Equity: Implementable Strategies: Power Point Slides
- Workload Management and Avoiding Burnout Power Point Slides
- Assessing Mathematical Learning in the Era of Covid 19 After talking to folks in office hours, listening to faculty at web meetings, and reading responses from across the state and the nation, it is obvious that one of the primary concerns for faculty is their ability to accurately assess the mathematical learning of students. Laura Schueller has tried to capture some of her learning in this document.
- Our Friends at the UT Austin Charles Dana Center are managing a collection of helpful resources from across the US; these resources are added-to and updated daily.
- A collection of general materials from the Washington SBCTC organized and vetted by SBCTC staff.
- The Mathematical Association of America (MAA) has just released a set of broad recommendations for responding to the covid-19 crisis.