National research indicates that student affective characteristics represent 25% to 41% of students’ math grades. Institutions can improve student success by teaching math study skills, test-anxiety reduction, test-taking skills, and self-efficacy, especially in corequisite courses.
Study skills expert Dr. Paul Nolting discusses ways to integrate these study skills into a corequisite structure. Dr. Nolting highlights this topic, as well as new features and enhancements from the upcoming release of his new edition of Winning at Math, which improves students’ abilities to learn math and make better grades.
The webinar provides:
- An overview of corequisite designs
- Math study skills strategies that can be implemented in corequisite courses
- Information on test anxiety
- Test preparation tips and how to prepare for finals
- An assessment of math study skills using Hawkes Learning
- How the Winning at Math 7th edition has changed and will help in corequisite courses
About the Presenter:
Dr. Paul Nolting is a national expert in assessing math learning problems, developing effective student-learning strategies, and assessing institutional variables that affect math success and math study skills. Over the last 25 years he has consulted with over 100 colleges, universities, and high schools to improve success in the math classroom. He has conducted numerous national conference workshops on math learning and disability issues at the American Math Association of Two-Year Colleges, American Mathematics Association, National Association for Developmental Education, and the Association on Higher Education and Disabilities. He is now consulting with colleges on developing their corequisite courses. Dr. Nolting holds a Ph.D. degree in Education in Curriculum Instruction from the University of South Florida.