Changing education is complex. We can help you navigate.
The Dana Center’s professional learning offerings for higher education stakeholders are designed to combine research, field evidence, your data, and your policy context. We supply the facilitation, tools, resources, and structured experiences so that you engage with and learn from your peers as you move forward in affecting your change.
FOCI: Focused Online Collaborative Interactions
Professional learning with no need to travel
Far from being another passive webinar presentation, our FOCI sessions are highly interactive, Join a cohort of your faculty peers in large and small groups to learn together. FOCI sessions are designed to help you deepen student understanding, strengthen the classroom experience, empower students as mathematical learners, and strengthen students' quantitative learning.
Implementing, Improving, and Scaling Co-Requisite Mathematics Courses
May 21-22, 2020 — Dallas-Fort Worth Area, Texas
Now with two strands: one for teams just beginning their co-req efforts and one for those who have implemented. Your team will engage with research, learn best practices, and dig in to those course design factors that best fit your campus, department and students.
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Redesigning the Pathway to Calculus
April 29 2020 — Boulder, Colorado
Learn about research-based practices that prepare students for calculus. Explore a curricular framework for redesigning your own pathway to calculus. Determine institutional readiness to undertake redesign efforts that lead to broader participation in STEM fields.