Our fall meeting was held virtually on Saturday, November 7, from 8am -- 1pm.
Welcome: Announcements / technical issue resolution / social time
8:15 -- 8:30
Invited Speaker: Sarah Greenwald (Appalachian State University)
8:30 -- 9:10
Business Meeting: Announcements, awards presentations, section elections
9:10 -- 9:30
Invited Speaker: Audrey Malagon (Virginia Wesleyan University)
11:20 -- 12:00
Students, get ready to turn your place upside down. In this virtual scavenger hunt, you'll be asked to find several math-related objects around your house/apartment and present them on your camera. The participant(s) that finds the most objects wins a prize!
This is an informal discussion about experiences teaching in either a hybrid or online format. What strategies have you tried? What has been successful? What hasn’t worked as well as you hoped? Are there strategies you plan to try next semester, or issues that you haven’t resolved yet? Is there anything that you plan to continue implementing even after a return to face-to-face instruction? We hope this open discussion will not only help you learn about what others are doing, but also give you ideas of things you can try in your own classes.
Please feel free to bring your lunch, relax, and enjoy! All interested faculty/teachers and graduate students are welcome! If you’d like something to ponder ahead of time, we recommend the MAA Connect discussion on “What are your success stories” started by Tim Chartier in mid-October.