In-Person Workshop | April 29, 2020 – Boulder, Colorado
Hosted by the Charles A. Dana Center with the University of Colorado Boulder
Bring a team to this national redesigning the pathway to Calculus workshop where participants will dig into research on preparation for Calculus, engage with curricular design processes, and create a campus-wide pathway to Calculus redesign plan. The workshop will offer breakout sessions designed to customize your engagement depending on your stage in the redesign process.
Breakout sessions are customized for:
- Institutions in very early stages of redesign
- Institutions in more advanced states of redesign
Time will be dedicated to team planning, and opportunities to collaborate with and learn from other teams will be incorporated. The result is an actionable plan to take back to your campus.
This workshop is not tied to any specific curriculum, but rather helps to provide actionable guidance for building successful, sustainable approaches to curricular redesign.
Who should attend?
To help ensure you leave these experiences with the most comprehensive understanding and the most effective action items, we highly recommend you attend with a team of 3-5 colleagues, representing three of the following roles:
- Mathematics chair or lead
- At least one additional math faculty member
- Dean or other administrator
- Math faculty or chair from a transfer institution
We also recommend participants attend a series of virtual follow-up webinars (See "Virtual Interactive Sessions" below).
What are the workshop fees?
This one-day design workshop costs $400 for an individual attendee.
To encourage team attendance, the fee is reduced to $325 per attendee if part of an institutional team of three or more (see "Who Should Attend?" above). Please send an email to email@example.com to receive the institutional team discount code.
Virtual Interactive Sessions
Hosted by the Charles A. Dana Center
As part of the Dana Center's goal of providing an ongoing "Arc of Support" to all of our workshop participants, faculty and administrators who register for the In-Person "Redesigning the Pathway to Calculus" workshop also receive access to a series of follow-up interactive webinars. These webinar sessions are designed to support institutional redesign efforts at no extra cost.
Interactive webinars will be scheduled during the following months (exact dates and times TBD):
- Webinar #1 – May 2020
- Webinar #2 – August or September 2020
- Webinar #3 – October 2020
- Webinar #4 – November 2020
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