Location: Abbotsford Campus
Room: ThinkerSpace – Building G Room G124
For the first installment of the seminar, we will start off with an introduction ThinkerSpace and the technology available there for faculty use. This will be followed by a presentation by Anna Kuczynska (see abstract below). Coffee and cookies will be served.
Title: Anna’s Classroom
Abstract: During this seminar, I plan to share my experiences with teaching in a flipped class format and present approaches I typically use in my classes. The presentation will include an interactive component so that seminar members can experience a sample of what my classes may be like. This will be followed by a general discussion and an open question period.
Math Matters, Teaching and Scholarship Seminar series is organized by the Department of UFV Mathematics and Statistics. It is designed to be a forum where faculty members discuss their teaching practices at both at UFV and beyond.
The seminar offers two types of sessions:
1) reading discussions on assigned materials, and
2) presentation, demonstrations or workshops on teaching strategies, methods, innovations and tools.
Non-mathematicians are welcome to participate but the focus will be on teaching and learning in Mathematics.
Sessions will run every other Friday starting September 15, through November in ThinkerSpace, room G124 on the Abbotsford campus.
Event Location : Abbotsford Campus
Math Matters, Teaching and Scholarship SeminarDate(s): Friday, September 15
Time: 1:00 pm - 2:30 pm