ILC Math Workshops

Summer 2020 ONLINE Math Workshops

Our summer workshop series will help you learn strategies to be successful in your courses, especially as you transition to online classes.

Want to sign-up for one of these workshops?

You can use any of the following three options to register for a session:

Workshop 1:

How to organize yourself for success in your online math class.

This workshop will discuss the logistics of studying for math in the context of an online environment, including how to best write notes, when and how to reference math videos, how to properly type mathematical symbols and equations, and some of the ins and outs of studying for math.

Thursday, June 11, 6:00 PM

Workshop 2:

Productive thinking - Algebraic Habits of Mind ~ Doing and Undoing

The habit of mind of doing and undoing is the concept of understanding that sometimes significant amounts of information can be obtained by reorganizing a problem from a different perspective.

Friday, June 26, 1:00 PM

Workshop 3:

Productive thinking - Algebraic Habits of Mind ~ Building rules to represent functions

The habit of mind of building rules to represent functions is the concept of understanding that sometimes, a problem or situation can best be represented by modeling the given information or otherwise organizing the information to make mathematical connections.

Tuesday, July 7, 4:00 PM

Workshop 4:

Productive thinking - Algebraic Habits of Mind ~ Abstracting from computation

Abstracting from computation is the concept of understanding of how, when, and in what ways it is best to generalize information to make meaningful connections.

Monday, July 20, 2:00 PM