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Mathematics Department Teaching Seminar
Myths About How Students Learn in STEM Courses, presented by Dr. Peggy Van Meter, Associate Professor in the College of Education, and Dr. Carla Firetto, Postdoctoral Fellow in the College of Education.
Located in News and Events / 2013 Events
Analyzing Student Performance in First-Year Math Classes: Updates and New Initiatives
Part of the Math Teaching Seminar Series; Speaker: Jim Hager
Located in News and Events / 2013 Events
Beyond the SRTE – Measuring Teaching Quality in the Online Classroom
A Conversation With Anne Taylor, Director of the Dutton e-Education Institute, Part of the COIL (Center for Online Innovation in Learning) Conversation Series
Located in News and Events / 2013 Events
Educational Seminar in Biology: Connecting Art and Science - The Historical Influence on Anatomic Studies
Located in News and Events / 2013 Events
Do You See What I See? How Students Comprehend and Learn from Figures and Graphs
A Schreyer Institute for Teaching Excellence Seminar given by Dr. John Waters from the Department of Biology and Dr. Peggy Van Meter from Educational Psychology will report on their recent research in which they have identified aspects of biology diagrams students find most difficult.
Located in News and Events / 2012 Events
ALEKS Placement Testing - An updated status on its initial usage as a mathematics diagnostic and remediation tool
Part of the Math Teaching Seminar Series; Panel Members: James Sellers, Tanya Furman, and Janet Schulenberg
Located in News and Events / 2013 Events

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