Formative Assessment in Mathematics in Remote Settings
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Nan Sattler

06:20

Yes we will record the presentation

Nan Sattler

10:14

Good to have you here Dave!

Nan Sattler

10:23

Hello from Fremont, Ohio

Dave Kung

11:15

Last time we had 480 signed up and 330 showed up (for at least part of the event)

Nan Sattler

15:42

Welcome everyone! We will begin at 1 p.m. Eastern

Rachel Levy

20:51

Before class is a good time to notice the social and power dynamics in the class.

Rachel Levy

21:12

(In a less formal context)

Nan Sattler

22:33

we are recording and will email you the link

Nan Sattler

25:38

We will send an email with a link

Kate Stevenson

29:47

Hi Everyone! Welcome to the webinar. We ask that you use the Q&A for questions to the panelists so that we can better keep track of what has been asked and answered.

Adam Giambrone

38:58

I think two objectives at once could make sense if the goal is to synthesize the two objectives.

Kate Stevenson

40:17

Yes. Suzanne Doree and there are free scanner app available for all types of smart phones.

Ralph Pantozzi

49:15

A good resource for formative questions: http://pi.math.cornell.edu/~GoodQuestions/materials.html

Nan Sattler

49:45

Some schools limit to 25 others are 35 or 40

Kate Stevenson

52:49

Abbe is the Director of the Education at the AMS. http://www.ams.org/education/education

Kate Stevenson

53:12

ahh@ams.org

AMS Webinars

54:10

Classroom Assessment Techniques:https://vcsa.ucsd.edu/_files/assessment/resources/50_cats.pdf

Dave Kung

57:08

7 questions: https://www.francissu.com/post/7-exam-questions-for-a-pandemic-or-any-other-time

AMS Webinars

57:12

@Suzanne using discrete vs continuous objects creates different fraction concepts for them. It would be interesting to try it with ice cream, or with chocolate bars (so it's not something round). Thanks for the suggestions.

Dave Kung

57:49

Guidelines for Good Writing: https://math.hmc.edu/su/wp-content/uploads/sites/10/2019/11/good-math-writing.pdf

Abbe Herzig, AMS

01:03:46

I find some students resist having to write in mathematics. I have to train them to do that. I've had some students object that "this isn't a composition class."

Abbe Herzig, AMS

01:04:10

I also require professional communication--grammatically correct, correct use of mathematical terms.

Nageswari Shanmugalingam

01:06:49

However, grammar rules keep changing as even professional papers by native English papers now adopt phrases from the colloquial language

Francis Su

01:07:57

Yes, it really helps if writing in math is a department-wide expectation, and reinforced from the very first math course. At this website, I also have a handout that our department uses in our frosh courses: https://math.hmc.edu/su/writing-math-well/

Abbe Herzig, AMS

01:07:58

Yes, I correct their grammar and try to be flexible. It's often 10% of their grade because that makes them take it more seriously, but I rarely take off points.

Herb Coleman

01:09:46

Some of the online systems have a built in thumbs up/down

Abbe Herzig, AMS

01:10:17

For some tools for teaching online and asynchronously, we have a webinar next week: Baking Quality into your Online Course

Abbe Herzig, AMS

01:10:45

https://ams.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_3Geh1cM2Ru-3Ef7jpivyQA

Chelle Younker

01:12:25

mathquest.carroll.edu has examples of "clicker" questions organized by course (Calculus, DIfferential Equations, Linear Algebra, etc.)

Rachel Levy

01:19:06

Fabulous presentations. Thanks!

Steve Leonhardi

01:19:33

managing student work in Zoom breakout rooms would be a good topic for a full hour

Christopher Hanusa

01:19:37

Thank you everyone

Kristin Camenga

01:20:07

@Steve - agree on breakout rooms

Paula Wilhite

01:20:08

Excellent presentations! Many wonderful ideas! Thank you!

Deepak Basyal

01:20:19

Thank you panelists! This is helpful!

Caroline Haddad

01:20:25

This has been very helpful. Please send the slides and Chat! Thank you!!

Richard Leedy

01:20:35

Thank you

Shinko Harper

01:20:38

I second “how to use break out rooms in Zoom” for active learning type activities

mike ackerman

01:20:43

Thanks panelists!

Stacie Kyhn

01:20:45

Thank you!

Youngsu Kim

01:20:47

Thank you very much!

Grace Coulombe

01:20:48

Thank you!!

Shinko Harper

01:20:49

Thank you!

Rick Cleary

01:20:52

Thanks panelists, wonderful job!

Jing Xie

01:20:54

Thank you so much!

Caroline Haddad

01:20:54

I appreciate math-based infor

Scott Zinzer

01:20:57

Thank you!

Edward Voskanian

01:20:58

Thanks!!

Maila Hallare

01:21:01

thanks.

Arlene Heaster

01:21:02

group work

Ben Gaines

01:21:04

thank you

Arlene Heaster

01:21:05

thank you.

Xiaoyue Cui

01:21:05

Thanks!

Adam Boocher

01:21:17

thank you so much!

Sandra Wildfeuer

01:21:24

Thank you!

Kenan Ince

01:21:33

Thank you!

Chris Thiel

01:21:39

wonderful to hear from so many perspectives!

Nan Sattler

01:22:04

I will send out an email with the link to the recording and the power point.

Nan Sattler

01:24:06

Thank you!

Moshe Cohen

01:25:22

Instead of 1-2-3-4-5, I have moved to 0-6-7-8-9-10 instead. I think this helps students better understand their grades

Francis Su

01:27:04

Nice!