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Dr. Judith Canner, Associate Professor of Statistics at California State University, Monterey Bay, shares campus plans for restructuring Statistics, Quantitative Literacy, Finite Math, and Pre-Calculus courses with co-requisite support. Topics include plans for course content support and a study skills component, data collected on pre-requisite skills for each course, pedagogical approaches and professional development for faculty, and audience discussion on ways to structure the pre-calculus sequence. View the slides or use the button below to view the recording.
The second annual Graduation Initiative 2025 Symposium will focus on addressing the disparity in graduation and retention rates among students from historically underserved communities. It will feature nationally recognized speakers sharing best practices that have improved student success, including
Sara Goldrick-Rab, founder of the Wisconsin HOPE Lab,
Shaun R. Harper, executive director of the USC Race and Equity Center,
Wil Del Pilar, vice president of policy, The Education Trust,
Bridget Burns, executive director, University Innovation Alliance, and
Deborah A. Santiago, co-founder of Excelencia in Education. While registration is invitation-only, the keynote speakers and the TEDx-style panel “Frameworks for Innovation” will be livestreamed at calstate.edu/GraduationInitiative.
These bi-monthly meetings are a forum to discuss ways in which Mathematics faculty involved in Course Redesign with Technology have applied strategies to improve student success in mathematics and quantitative reasoning through curriculum redesign and innovation. Mathematics faculty, faculty development directors, and deans of science are welcome to attend.
Office will provide an overview and answer campus questions about policy
changes in support of student success. Topics will include CSU general
education breadth, mathematics and quantitative reasoning, assessment of
student academic preparation, placement in first-year general education
courses, and Early Start Programs.