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CCC | @ONE – Active Learning in Math as a Tool to Promote Equity

Friday, March 15, 2024`3:00 pm - 4:30 pm

Active learning is a powerful tool for promoting equity as it provides a way to center student voice and understanding. By empowering students as active participants in their own learning journey, faculty can reach and support all students. In this webinar, participants will be provided with protocols, tools, and examples from statistics and calculus that can be used in any course modality. Come ready to share your triumphs, struggles, and ideas!

Presenter Bio

Kelly Spoon is a Professor of Mathematics at San Diego Mesa College where she’s always willing to try something new – from teaching Mesa’s first supported statistics and calculus courses, to playing with different modalities, tools, and resources. Her most recent adventure has been diving headfirst into standards-based grading and the Building Thinking Classroom approach in a supported calculus class. Beyond the classroom, Kelly is on Mesa’s Ongoing Support for Teaching (MOST) Team, working with faculty across disciplines to create professional learning workshops, cohorts, and resources related to course design. She also serves as her campus’ online faculty mentor and works with zero textbook cost (ZTC) and open educational resources (OER) projects across the San Diego Community College District. Her favorite topics are assessment and culturally responsive teaching.

Registration –

Note: Users cannot register for this webinar through the Vision Resource Center. This webinar requires access/registration outside of the Vision Resource Center. If you would like to track the time you spent attending any trainings from external providers please record your time using External Training and the time will be reflected on your Learning Transcript.


Friday, March 15, 2024
3:00 pm - 4:30 pm