Teaching, Learning, and Academic Integrity Presentations

Invited Faculty Development Workshops

  • Authoring Integrated Online Textbooks with MathBook XML (with K.-D. Crisman, Gordon College). MAA Minicourse, Joint Mathematics Meetings, San Diego, California. (January 2018)
  • How to use as much inquiry as you’re comfortable with in your calculus class (with A. Ksir, US Naval Academy, and C. Williams, James Madison University). Spring meeting of the Maryland-DC-Virginia Section of the Mathematical Association of America. Frostburg State University, Frostburg, Maryland. (April 2017)
  • Box at WLU panelist for Fall Academy 2015. Washington & Lee University. (August 2015)
  • Active Learning in a Clunky Classroom panelist for Winter Academy 2014. Washington & Lee University. (December 2014)
  • Teaching in the Versatile Learning Classroom panelist for Fall Academy 2014. Washington & Lee University. (August 2014)
  • Workshops on effective teaching, assessment of learning objectives, helping students think critically, and effective classroom management/dealing with disruptive students. Deanship of Skills Development, King Saud University, Riyadh, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. (May 2011)
  • Problem Solving in the Classroom (with D.C. Llewellyn, Georgia Tech). Georgia Tech Center for the Enhancement of Teaching and Learning Fall Kickoff Workshop. (August 2010)
  • Workshops on active learning and rubrics for faculty from King Saud University. Organized by Georgia Tech Center for the Enhancement of Teaching and Learning. (July 2010)
  • Getting your students to read the text (before class), Georgia Tech Retreat Exploring Effective Teaching. (January 2010)

Conferences

  • Open educational resources and inquiry-based learning: Bogart’s Combinatorics through Guided Discovery gets new life. MAA Session on Inquiry-Based Teaching and Learning, Joint Mathematics Meetings, San Diego, California. (January 2018)
  • The Journey of one Open Source Applied Combinatorics Text. MAA Session on the Advance- ment of Open Educational Resources, Joint Mathematics Meetings, Atlanta, Georgia. (January 2017)
  • My IBL Approach to Theoretical Ideas in First-Semester Calculus. Special session on inquiry-based learning. Fall meeting of the Maryland-DC-Virginia Section of the Mathematical Association of America, Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, Maryland. (November 2016)
  • Inquiry-Based Learning in the Maryland-DC-Virginia Section panel (with A. Ksir, P. McLoughlin, and C. Williams). Spring meeting of the Maryland-DC-Virginia Section of the Mathematical Association of America, Montgomery College, Germantown, Maryland. (April 2016)
  • Perspectives on IBL [Inquiry-Based Learning] Teaching: Novice, Experienced, and Master panel (with C. Schumacher and A. Hodge) at Joint Mathematics Meetings, Seattle, Washington. (January 2016)
  • IBL Intro to Proof in Four Weeks: A Survivor’s Tale. Fall Meeting of the Maryland-DC-Virginia Section of the Mathematical Association of America, St. Mary’s College of Maryland. (November 2015)
  • Project NExT panel on Assessment in Nontraditional Classroom (moderator and organizer, with M. Lindsey, Y. Ma, and K. McCullough) at Joint Mathematics Meetings, Baltimore, Maryland. (January 2014)
  • Integrated Course Design: Extending Lessons from an Introductory Mathematics Course (with L. Soleil, Georgia Tech). Lilly Conference on College and University Teaching, Greensboro, North Carolina. (February 2010)
  • Proactive Academic Integrity Measures—The Second Generation (with K.D. Boyd, University of Georgia, and E.S. McGarity, Georgia Tech). The 2005 Center for Academic Integrity International Conference, Blacksburg, Virginia. (October 2005)
  • Academic Integrity and Cultural Differences (with M. Barry, Rochester Institute of Technology, and L. Pendleton, Virginia Tech). The 2005 Center for Academic Integrity International Conference, Blacksburg, Virginia. (October 2005)