Tuesday, April 19
11:00 – 11:45 AM
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Imagine using academic video to strengthen pre-requisite skills, enhance curriculum content, ease anticipated student struggles, and push students further in their knowledge of the course material.
Brooke McCurdy has been teaching math for more than 14 years. When her classes morphed from a traditional in-person method to a flipped-classroom environment, she saw the success of her students soar as they became more engaged.
In this webinar, she’ll uncover the best practices for using video to teach math to grades 9-20, including:
- How to use academic video to reinforce learning, breakdown complex concepts and successfully implement classroom projects
- What benefits Brooke and her students realize by using Mediasite to personalize the learning experience
- Where she chose to break up lectures into shorter modules, and how it better complemented her overall course design
- Plus words of wisdom for other faculty just getting started teaching online
Our guest-speaker for this webinar, Brooke McCurdy has taught high school and college mathematics for 14 years. She has a Bachelor of Science in Mathematics, a Master of Science in Curriculum & Instruction, and an M.B.A. She is also a member of the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics. Brooke was selected as the Iredell-Statesville Schools 2015-2016 District Teacher of the Year in North Carolina and was selected as an Innovative Educator/Trainer. She has presented at North Carolina New Schools Summer Institute, Iredell-Statesville Schools Innovation Showcase, and Media & Learning Brussels.