In academic year 2018-19, the Division of Academic and Student Affairs, the Institute for Teaching and Learning, and the Center for the Advancement of Instruction in Quantitative Reasoning will provide an array of opportunities to support student success in first-year general education math/quantitative reasoning and written communication courses.
Face-to-face summits, webcasts, and digitally supported professional learning communities will connect CSU faculty, academic and student affairs professionals, and national leaders in higher education.
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In collaboration with the Department of Mathematics, the College of Natural and Social Sciences, and the Office of Undergraduate Studies, Cal State LA's Center for Effective Teaching and Learning (CETL) administered an online mid-course “check in" to 6,688 students enrolled in nine redesigned GE Quantitative Reasoning courses. While the students' responses were generally positive, they identified unpredicted aspects of course coordination and structure as important to their success.
In this webcast, Catherine Haras, Senior Director, and Owynn Lancaster, Instructional Designer, both of CETL, will describe the survey design and share what the results reveal about instructors' roles and the most impactful behaviors that students said supported their learning. The presenters will discuss how the campus is applying the results to improve student success in mathematics and quantitative reasoning.