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Teaching Online With Adaptive Learning
Teaching online offers a variety of challenges. Adaptive learning doesn’t have to be one of them! In this recorded webinar, you'll learn how to incorporate adaptive learning in your online course to best serve your students while helping you deliver quality educational materials. In this webinar, you’ll experience:
- The impact on student success with adaptive learning
- Specialized technology designed for adaptive learning
- Best practices for adaptive learning implementation
Defining Adaptive: Why We’re Not All the Same
Dr. Becky Moening shares best practices for implementation of adaptive learning into a successful online setting using Knewton Alta. In this recorded webinar, you’ll discover:
- The impact on student success with adaptive learning.
- Specialized technology designed for adaptive learning.
- Best practices for adaptive learning implementation.
Learn the Tricks to Having a Fabulous First Day of Class
We all know the importance of a first impression on a relationship. Well, have you thought about your first day impression on your students? How can you do this online? What’s the difference from an in-person first day? Learn the key skills to having a Fabulous First Day (FFD) and hook your students the first time you meet in both online and face-to-face instruction.
In this webinar, you’ll gain:
- Tips for having a FFD.
- Fun stories that leave an impression.
- Motivation to create your own FFD.
Calculus: Adapting Homework in a Changing World
Successful online homework implementation is an ongoing process, further challenged by the need to fit different classroom formats. Dr. Dustin Potter speaks to his experience teaching with Knewton Alta and how his implementation has changed based on transitioning to an online course delivery model in both synchronous and asynchronous offerings.Watch Now
Moving Your Course Online in Introductory and General Chemistry
It takes time and creativity to design a student-centered online course, and Dr. Shawn Shields shares resources, ideas, and advice to help make the transition smooth for you and your students. In this webinar, you’ll learn ways to design an effective, student-centered course, and how resources such as Knewton Alta can support your shift to online teaching.Watch Now
Moving Your Course Online with Knewton Alta
As a Knewton Alta user, you have a variety of helpful tools and resources available to help get your online course up and running fast. In this webinar, we’ll cover some of the useful tools available through Knewton Alta that can aid in moving your course online and answer any questions you have about how to best use the Knewton Alta platform to make your transition to the online structure as seamless as possible.Watch Now
Alta Calculus: Adaptive Learning Defined
In this webinar, you’ll learn how to use actionable data to tailor instruction to improve student outcomes across the board. Discover how Alta’s enhanced adaptive models can better support your calculus students.Watch Now
Alta Calculus: Data-Driven Learning
In this webinar, you'll learn how Alta supports better learning outcomes for your students. Knewton’s head of data science will explain how they measure the effectiveness of Alta to continually improve the product, its algorithms, and its content.Watch Now
Defining Corequisites in Developmental Math: How to Know What You Don’t Know
In this webinar, you'll explore various corequisite models, get tips and best practices for setting up your course, and discuss how to effectively plan for a successful corequisite experience.Watch Now
Corequisites in Math and Stats: Steps for Successful Implementation
In this webinar, you'll get insights and advice on how to set up your developmental math course or your entire curriculum using corequisites to create an engaging classroom environment.Watch Now
How to Create a Successful Corequisite Program in an Online Environment
With the COVID-19 pandemic, more and more schools are making critical decisions to move all face-to-face classes online. Wiley is pleased to offer a special live webinar to support this initiative as it relates specifically to corequisite math programs.Watch Now
Redesigning Your Math Curriculum with Coreqs
Planning and Practice
Explore the challenges and opportunities of redesigning your math curriculum, the impact of redesign on how you choose course materials, and how adaptive technology such as Knewton Alta courseware supports your redesign goals.
Mapping, Implementation, and Training
Are you considering Knewton Alta for your redesigned corequisite course? Learn more about course creation and implementation from the Knerds at Knewton and turn your learning objectives into a fully realized adaptive course.
Lowering Costs, Raising Expectations
How do you lower your student’s course costs without lowering your own standards? In this series instructors share how Knewton Alta drives results in a variety of disciplines at a fraction of the cost of traditional materials.
Flipping the Calculus Classroom with Knewton Alta
In this webinar we explore what it means to “flip” a course including strategies for moving lecture material outside the classroom using Knewton Alta and how to incorporate more active learning events during class time.