Teaching Quantitative Reasoning
Open to anyone
What to Expect
Are you preparing to hold office hours or teach a section, lab, or lecture where you will be presenting quantitative concepts? This three-workshop series will help you learn how to effectively teach quantitative reasoning to your students. The topics we will cover include: strategies for class/coaching preparation; effective student interaction; the role of visualizations, demonstrations, and examples; making abstract ideas concrete; using active learning techniques in QR classes; and the use of problem-based learning. For more information, please contact co-facilitators Jared Rovny and Hannah Lant.
Date: Wednesdays, Jan 25 thru Feb 8
Time: 12:00-1:00 PM
Location: Dunham Lab, Room 431