Presentation Title

Online Interactive Resources for Blended Math Fundamentals Review and Psychology Research Methods and Statistics

Presenter Information

Jennifer Spohrer, Bryn Mawr College

Streaming Media

Submission Type

5-minute Lightning Rounds

Abstract

This lightning-round presentation introduces two suites of online, interactive resources created by teams of faculty and staff at multiple liberal arts colleges. Psych RMS is a modular set of formative assessment tools for introductory psychology courses in research methods and statistics, developed through a Hybrid Learning and the Residential Liberal Arts Experience grant from the Teagle Foundation. The Just-in-Time Math Review for Calculus, Chemistry and Physics are suites of online interactive resources designed to help college students identify, practice and get feedback on the fundamental math topics and skills they need in order to succeed in these introductory STEM courses. The presentation explains how you can access, use, and adapt these open educational resources in your own courses.

Start Date

5-23-2018 4:30 PM

Description

This presentation discusses the Teagle and FIPSE initiatives at Bryn Mawr College.

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May 23rd, 4:30 PM

Online Interactive Resources for Blended Math Fundamentals Review and Psychology Research Methods and Statistics

This lightning-round presentation introduces two suites of online, interactive resources created by teams of faculty and staff at multiple liberal arts colleges. Psych RMS is a modular set of formative assessment tools for introductory psychology courses in research methods and statistics, developed through a Hybrid Learning and the Residential Liberal Arts Experience grant from the Teagle Foundation. The Just-in-Time Math Review for Calculus, Chemistry and Physics are suites of online interactive resources designed to help college students identify, practice and get feedback on the fundamental math topics and skills they need in order to succeed in these introductory STEM courses. The presentation explains how you can access, use, and adapt these open educational resources in your own courses.