- Year 2023
- NSF Noyce Award # 2150984
- First Name Kubilay
- Last Name Dagtoros
- Institution Norfolk State University
- Role/Position co-PI
- Workshop Category Capacity Building
- Workshop Disciplines Audience Mathematics
- Target Audience Co-PIs, Evaluators/Education Researchers, Noyce Master Teachers, Noyce Teaching Fellows, Other Faculty/Staff, Project PIs, Undergraduate and/or Graduate Noyce Scholars
- Topics Culturally Relevant Pedagogy, Supporting New Teachers/Induction
- Session Length 30 minutes minutes
- Additional Presenter(s)
Cherng-Tiao Perng, email@example.com
Participants will have a set of working teaching practices to choose from and implement in classroom or study sessions to strengthen the student learning. Goals are to (1) Assist students working in groups efficiently, (2) Encourage groups to communicate to reach a common objective, and (3) Create an environment to help and guide students to practice effective learning techniques.
Group-center-group interactions model is a practice I have been using in my lectures and study sessions. I reviewed the pre- and post-performances of current and former students who sought help and guidance in how to study math.
In this workshop, we will focus on effective teaching practices. Students taking math courses come from different backgrounds and teachers may have to face various challenges to achieve success inside and outside of classrooms. Moreover, students may be lacking in motivation and proper instructions to learn material. We will go over some practices that help students to gain positive habits and proper attitudes to achieve success in math.