Whether you’re seeking strategies for contextualizing math lessons or looking for guidance on implementing institutional reforms, this year’s Pathways presentations at the NOSS 2022 Conference present a variety of informative sessions to grow your practice.

Rethinking Assumptions: Key Learnings about Supporting Collaboration and Mindsets from an Online Mathematics Course

Challenges are opportunities. In this session, explore learnings made over the past year about how to engender authentic student engagement online. We’ll dive into fostering growth and connection in the online space, and synthesizing instructor presence, course design and structure, modeling and social-emotional supports, and collaborative technology in a multi-modal online mathematics course. [46 words]

Date & Time
TBD

Speaker
Lewis Hosie, Manager of Courseware Development and Implementation, Carnegie Math Pathways

Respecting Contexts: Curricular Relevance for Equity and Engagement in Mathematics

Gain strategies for incorporating localized and contextualized topics into high-quality math lessons. Together, we’ll explore exemplar content and processes developed by faculty groups across the United States and abroad, and dive into teaching strategies for math lessons that can facilitate productive and respectful conversations around relevant and meaningful topics.

Date & Time
TBD

Speakers
Jan Miller, Professor of Mathematics, Bay Mills Community College
Lewis Hosie, Manager of Courseware Development and Implementation, Carnegie Math Pathways

Coaching for Change: Supporting Administrative and Faculty Leaders to Implement Meaningful and Effective Reform

Effective leadership is crucial to implement complex institutional reforms aimed at improving student success. In this interactive session, you’ll learn about case studies from an NSF-funded project on leadership coaching that supports faculty and administrative leaders to implement meaningful and effective pathways reforms.

Date & Time
TBD

Speakers
Ann Edwards, Director of Research and Implementation, Carnegie Math Pathways
Margo Keys, Vice President of Student Services, Chippewa Valley Technical College
Stephanie Delaney, Vice President of Instruction, Renton Technical College

Opening College Doors: Increasing Access with Dual Enrollment and High School Transition Courses in Mathematics

With growing interest and acceptance of math pathways alternatives to algebra, colleges and high schools are increasingly seeing transition courses and dual enrollment quantitative and statistical reasoning courses as promising paths to college. With fellow participants and presenters, you’ll explore nontraditional opportunities for students to prepare for and connect with institutions of higher learning.

Date & Time
TBD

Speaker
Dan Ray, Director of Network Relations, Carnegie Math Pathways

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