Registration: University of Michigan IBL Workshop 2018
The Department of Mathematics at the University of Michigan will host a 3-day workshop on teaching mathematics with Inquiry-Based Learning. It will run 1pm-5pm, Tuesday-Thursday, August 28-30 on the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor central campus. The workshop is suitable for both novice and experienced IBL instructors. In particular, the videos, activities, etc., are distinct from previous years' workshop activities. All are welcome!!! There is no fee to attend. ***Follow-up correspondence by email will provide details about location, pre-readings, and any additional, related events, such as a possible evening reception.***
University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
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Please list the course you are most likely to be thinking about in the context of this workshop. ***Note that some amount of time will be devoted to concrete course planning during the workshop, so it's important to have a specific course in mind.***
Pre-Calculus, Calculus I, or Calculus II
Calculus III, Differential Equations, or Applied Math
Geometry or Topology or Real Analysis
Discrete Math or Introduction to Proofs
Math for Elementary Teachers
Math for Secondary Teachers
Quantitative Reasoning, College Algebra, or Pre-College Mathematics
The workshop content is designed to be attended all three days in a row. However, we know that sometimes participants have pre-existing commitments. Which days do you plan to attend?
Tuesday, August 28, 1-5pm
Wednesday, August 29, 1-5pm
Thursday, August 30, 1-5pm
If we hold an evening reception one of the evenings, which evenings would you be available to attend?
What questions about IBL teaching do you hope this workshop will address?
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