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Teaching and Learning Mathematics in an Ontario College: Academic vs. Applied - Shared screen with speaker view
Frosina SP
00:59
Is there a sound? I am not sure if I hear anything?
tunde
01:18
I can't hear anything
Frosina SP
01:53
nice
Frosina SP
02:24
sound is here
Derek Jennings
02:27
can you hear now?
Frosina SP
03:51
Nice, starting right on time. Bravo
Derek Jennings
06:12
Welcome Everyone
Candace Young L125
08:05
Hello!
Frosina SP
14:05
Derek, can you zoom in on this slide please?
Frosina SP
14:34
Thank you
Frosina SP
15:12
Question for Don (maybe for later): Do we know why the streams were put in place?
Frosina SP
15:18
back in 2002?
Frosina SP
16:34
academic/applied
Frosina SP
17:04
good answer
Frosina SP
42:37
the sound got a bit low?
Derek Jennings
45:22
I will see if I can fix that
Frosina SP
45:31
oh no, now it is goo
Frosina SP
45:33
good
Frosina SP
45:49
it went away for a short minute
Derek Jennings
46:03
OK thanks
Frosina SP
55:22
we teach adults, we must give the application side.
Derek Jennings
56:40
I agree 100%
Frosina SP
57:52
I took a programming fundamentals course that my students take (I was there with the same students being their peer and also their math teacher) and I found so many ways where I can bring connections. So now I have revised my math courses and I found students are enjoying much more
Frosina SP
58:03
Thank you Don, a great session indeed.
tunde
58:06
Thank you
Candace Young L125
58:13
Thanks, Don!
Alan Warren (Lambton)
58:29
Thank you!