@Pathways Community Blog
Welcome to The Pathways Community Blog! Where you can learn from the authors and other instructors about their Pathways to Math Literacy journey. CLICK HERE to submit an idea for the blog. We welcome comments and suggestions!
Math Literacy is based on an applications-driven approach and group learning. This is far from the traditional lecture class that many of us already feel very comfortable with. How then, to lesson plan for a group work-based course like math literacy?
One of the best things about working in the area of math literacy is seeing the side benefits that have started to become apparent. This is the first of a series of posts highlighting these benefits.
I get a lot of questions about group work: how to facilitate it, how to grade it, etc. First things first, though…. KNOW WHY GROUP WORK IS IMPORTANT!
You’re a forward-looking college math instructor who’s tired of the roadblock that traditional developmental algebra sets up for non-STEM students. And you’ve decided to try and implement a new approach. But what if you’re the lone wolf on campus …