August 2020 Webinar Recording: They’re Enrolled, Now Keep Them Engaged

August 2020 Webinar Recording: They’re Enrolled, Now Keep Them Engaged

  • Posted by Carnegie Math Pathways
  • On August 27, 2020

This webinar was originally presented on Wednesday, August 19, 2020 as part of the monthly webinar series from the Carnegie Math Pathways, A Dialogue About What Works in Education.

Webinar Outline


Introductions
About Carnegie Math Pathways and presenter introductions
(0:00)

Social-Emotional Supports
Rachel Beattie introduces Productive Persistence, the Carnegie Math Pathways approach to social-emotional learning, and practices you can use to increase students’ sense of belonging
(5:27)

Helping Students Feel Connected
Brenda White and Andre Freeman share ways to help keep students engaged, motivated, and how to help them become better learners
(33:42)

Q&A
Faculty and staff answer participant questions
(53:32)

 

 

 

Presenters


  • Andre Freeman, Professor of Mathematics, Capital Community College
  • Brenda White, Professor, Mathematics, SUNY Morrisville
  • Rachel Beattie, Director of Productive Persistence, Carnegie Math Pathways
  • Dan Ray, Lead for Faculty Development, Carnegie Math Pathways

Downloads


Watch Part 2


View the recording, presentation slides, and other resources from the second webinar in this mini-series on remote learning here:

Keep Calm and Teach On: Best Practices for Online and Hybrid Math Instruction

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