SINE-AMiIBL Joint Workshop: Developing Mindsets for Math with Appreciative Teaching Approaches

Friday, 26 March '21   2pm – 4pm CDT
Online
10 spaces available
Details

Mathematics is a subject that intimidates many students, particularly women and underrepresented groups, but it is not an impossible barrier to overcome. With a growth mindset, strong math identity and networks of support, students can thrive and succeed in college math. This session will provide faculty an opportunity to identify barriers to math success and how to apply appreciative teaching strategies that foster mindsets to succeed in mathematics and college overall.

Dr. Jhenai Chandler, Dr. Lawanda Cummings and Dr. Jesse Ford will facilitate engaging sessions that provide faculty opportunities to develop their own appreciative teaching strategies to utilize within their courses.

This event is sponsored by SINE COMMIT, AMiIBL, University of Nebraska at Omaha, and University of Michigan. Check out their websites at

SINE COMMIT: https://sites.google.com/view/iblinc
AMiIBL: https://www.amiibl.org/

Instructions

When getting your ticket, please select which region you are from.

Tickets

SINE COMMIT
10 available
South dakota, Iowa, and NEbraska and surrounding areas
AMiIBL
10 available
Alliance for Michigan Inquiry Based Learning
Online event information

This is an online event.

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