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Mathematics Department

Teaching Seminar

Spring 2021

All talks are virtual from 12:00-12:50 p.m., unless otherwise specified.

  • Apr
    27
  • Discussion of SM261 assessment results
    Group discussion
    Time: 12:00 PM

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    SM261 (Matrix Theory) is a required course in the mathematics (SMA and SMP), operations research (SMO), and mathematics with economics (SME) majors. It is usually taken in the fall of the 3/c year. The purpose of this meeting is to discuss last fall’s SM261 assessment results and plan future actions to be taken as a result of assessment. We will also discuss follow-up assessment of SM261.
  • Apr
    06
  • Encouraging Underrepresented Students Through Engagement: Course Policies, Daily Questions, and Biography Assignments
    Matt Hawks
    Time: 12:00 PM

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    The speaker will present material he is preparing for a breakout session for the next U. S. Conference on Teaching Statistics in late June.
  • Mar
    23
  • Introduction to Statistical Learning
    Dave Ruth
    Time: 12:00 PM

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    The speaker will discuss his data science course SM439 Introduction to Statistical Learning.
  • Mar
    02
  • Capstone Course Discussion
    Time: 12:00 PM

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    Capstone instructors will talk about how they are running their capstone courses and share ideas about what is working well. All are welcome. Instructors interested in teaching capstone courses in the future are particularly encouraged to attend.
  • Feb
    09
  • Challenging Teaching Situations
    Group Discussion
    Time: 12:00 PM
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