Final week, we launched a sequence of interviews to get your suggestions on the Monetary Algebra course. However spots had been restricted and stuffed up rapidly! This week, we’re sharing some highlights of what we’ve heard from academics, in addition to one other alternative to provide suggestions if you happen to missed out.
What We’ve Heard
We’ve liked speaking with you about the way you’re utilizing Monetary Algebra in your lecture rooms. Listed below are a number of the highlights we’ve heard thus far:
We’ve additionally loved listening to your recommendations for what you’d prefer to see within the Monetary Algebra course sooner or later. Our curriculum crew is taking notes!
Need to Give Suggestions?
For those who educate Monetary Algebra, fill out this Google Type Survey to share your ideas on the course.
We’d particularly like to listen to from highschool academics who’re utilizing NGPF’s Monetary Algebra as the first curriculum for a semester- or year-long course. Presently, we is not going to be offering reward playing cards for participation on this shorter-form survey.
New to educating Monetary Algebra? Register for our upcoming Digital PD Exploring the NEW Monetary Algebra Course subsequent Monday, November 14 at 1 pm Pacific/ 4 pm Jap.
Kathryn (she/her) is happy to affix the NGPF crew after 9 years of expertise in training as a mentor, tutor, and particular training trainer. She is a graduate of Cornell College with a level in coverage evaluation and administration and has a grasp’s diploma in training from Brooklyn School. Kathryn is trying ahead to bringing her ardour for accessibility and academic justice into curriculum design at NGPF. Throughout her free time, Kathryn loves embarking on cooking initiatives, strolling round her Seattle neighborhood together with her associate and canine, or lounging in a hammock with a e-book.