Room # 308
Register at – https://www.cvhec.org/math_pathways_statistics_workshop-2/
In response to Central Valley math faculty’s request for professional development in Statistics, CVHEC and the Chancellor’s Office Statistics Institute are collaborating and pleased to provide the opportunity to receive FREE professional development from Roxy Peck, Statistics Educator and professor emerita of Statistics at California Polytechnic State University (Cal Poly), Kathy Kubo, mathematics professor at College of the Canyons, and Joe Gerda, mathematics professor at College of the Canyons.
This is a rare opportunity for the Central Valley and we strongly encourage you take advantage of these experts. Please forward this invitation to any colleagues and faculty that might be interested.
The Statistics Workshop may feature topics such as:
Fun, Meaningful Ways to Introduce Confidence Intervals
Statistical Inference: Moving Beyond Procedural Fluency to Conceptual Understanding
It’s all about Sample Size
About the Central Valley Math Pathways Task Force
The Central Valley Higher Education Consortium (CVHEC), in collaboration with the Charles A Dana Center of University of Texas, Austin (Dana Center) launched an initiative to improve students’ success and completion rates in mathematics at colleges and universities in California’s Central Valley. Faculty from participating institutions formed the Central Valley Math Pathways Task Force (Task Force) in fall of 2017. The Task Force developed their mission, goal and objectives statements to inform recommended solutions to increase Central Valley Math Completion rates. The Task Force has met over the past year to work toward this mission.
Central Valley Math Pathways Task Force Mission and Goal Statement
The mission and goal of the Central Valley Math Pathways Task Force is to raise student completion rates at Central Valley colleges and universities by redesigning and creating pathways in transfer level mathematics, aligned with students’ programs of study, that provide clear direction for completing math courses in a timely manner.
Central Valley Math Pathways Task Force
The Task Force includes the following CVHEC member institutions: Bakersfield College; Cero Coso College; Clovis Community College; College of the Sequoias; Columbia College; CSU, Bakersfield; CSU, Fresno; CSU, Stanislaus; Fresno City College; Fresno Pacific University; Merced College; Modesto Junior College; Porterville College; Oxnard College (not a CVHEC member); Reedley College; San Joaquin Delta College; Taft College; West Hills College Coalinga; West Hills College Lemoore; and UCMerced.
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