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Improve the Remote Learning Experience for Your Students

June 10, June 24, July 8, July 22, & August 19, 1-2pm ET

The five-part CTME Series on Remote Instruction and Assessment of Mathematics will focus on several critical aspects of remote teaching and learning. Invited speakers with present on topics such as assessment, equity and accessibility, and the production of asynchronous content.



Part 1: "Remote Mathematics Assessment with Multiple Modalities: Accurately Assessing with a Combination of Online Homework System Assignments, Written Work, Video Assignments and Oral Interviews"
Thursday, June 10, 1:00 p.m. - 2:00 p.m. EDT

Part 2: "Producing Videos and Other Asynchronous Content for Students – Pedagogy and Practicality"
Thursday, June 24, 1:00 p.m. - 2:00 p.m. EDT

Part 3: "Using Flipgrid, Classroom Stats, and Other Apps for Remote Instruction"
Thursday, July 8, 1:00 p.m. - 2:00 p.m. EDT

Part 4: "Ensuring Equity and Accessibility When Teaching Online"
Thursday, July 22, 1:00 p.m. - 2:00 p.m. EDT

Part 5: "Remote Teaching of Advanced Undergraduate Mathematics Courses"
Thursday, August 19, 1:00 p.m. - 2:00 p.m. EDT


Join us for any session (or all 5!) by registering today. Registration for this event will close on Wednesday, August 18 at 11:59pm ET.


Benjamin Atchison, Manmohan Kaur, and Jason Parsley

About the Organizers

Benjamin Atchison has been an advocate for the creation and adoption of quality open educational resources for over a decade.  He is a co-author of a college algebra textbook and course pack, and frequently experiments with various technologies to further enhance his teaching.



Manmohan Kaur is a William B. Scholl Endowed Science Professorial Chair at Benedictine University. A functional analyst by training, her current research interests include Cryptology and Mathematics Pedagogy. Her paper “Parametric Surfaces Competition: Using Technology to Foster Creativity,” was listed in Notable Writings in the Princeton anthology 'The Best Writing on Mathematics 2015'. A working member of the AMS and the MAA, she currently serves on the steering committee for the International Congress on Mathematics Education.


Jason Parsley researches geometric knot theory and the mathematics of voting; he has advised 13 master's thesis and 14 senior thesis students and was the recipient of an MAA sectional teaching award for early career faculty. During the pandemic, Parsley wrote a book of guided notes for calculus and produced an accompanying set of guided videos that are available to the mathematical community.