It’s been a great week so far. I’ve had some amazing conversations with a truly A-list of researchers who are concerned about STEM education in the United States.
I’ve met Mary Ellen Weimer, Carl Wieman, Sheila Tobias, Deborah Hughes-Hallet, Jach Hehn, Noshir Contractor, and many others. I think, as it turns out, my role here is twofold: 1. To see that community college faculty development is advocated for in the converstation. 2. To have the opportunity to champion my cause, technology training for faculty, to people who have the ability to help it be supported.
I thought I would share my poster with you, on Improving Technology Experties in Mathematics Instructors. It is an initial, quick, swipe at the data from the workshop last month. I am hoping to write a paper about the workshop and results, but this is what I have for now.
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