Presentations at the 2020 Innovations Conference

March 1-4, 2020
Seattle, WA

If you’re attending the 2020 League Conference, please join us for one of the following sessions! All CMP sessions will be led by educators and administrators from across the country who have taught or implemented one of the CMP programs at their institution.

In this session, participants will explore the design process that guided the new fully-online entry-level mathematics learning experience. Participants will also learn collaborative learning structures and data-driven socio-emotional interventions present in these new digital courses. The design, instructional, and technological processes that are the focus of this session are targeted at mathematics and statistics faculty and instructional designers.

Date and Location: 

TBD

Presenter: 

Nicole Gray, Mathematics Coordinator, Foothill College

Learn about best strategies for the implementation of corequisite mathematics courses from Carnegie Math Pathways. Perspectives and examples from faculty and administrators will be explored from two years of implementation. Discussion will include strategies around student placement, course design, cohorts, and contact hours. Biggest challenges, such as time and student preparation, and keys to success, such as instructor support and student expectations, will be explored.

Date and Location:

TBD

Presenter:

Scott Guth, Mathematics Professor, Mt. San Antonio College

Participants will learn about a classroom observation toolkit that uses cycles of mentoring or self-reflection to identify classroom practices that impact equity in the classroom as well as learning more broadly. This session will focus on the development and implementation of the toolkit, including the experiences of the mentor and instructor, as they identified strengths and growth areas.

Date and Location:

TBD

Presenter:

Maria Alzugaray, Associate Professor, SUNY Suffolk County Community College

Effective leadership is crucial for implementation of the complex institutional reforms  colleges are currently undertaking aimed at improving student success. In this session participants will engage in activities from a National Science Foundation-funded project on leadership coaching to support the implementation of pathways reforms and learn from case studies about approaches to and conditions for effective reforms.

Date and Location:

TBD

Presenter:

Stephanie Delaney, Vice President of Instruction, Renton Technical College