Corequisite models for mathematics courses have been implemented as part of the Missouri Math Pathway initiative since 2014. The structure and implementation of these models vary between academic institutes. In this talk, you will explore online methods for supporting student success in corequisite courses. In addition, Dr. Moshonov-Cohavi will share the structure of the corequisite model they implement at Avila university. She will discuss the teaching methods and some of the content used and developed over the past few years. Emphasis will be on methods and tools for virtual settings.
About the Presenter:
Dr. Moshonov-Cohavi has a true passion for teaching math and has been engaged in teaching both undergraduate and graduate level courses in Mathematics and Statistics since 2003. After her graduation she joined the research office of the Medical Imaging Department at the University Health Network in Toronto Canada and served as a research statistician designing and supporting various research studies. She has begun her academic career at Avila in fall 2017. Her research interests include multiple measures for math placement, measures of student success in math classes and mathematics and statistics education technology. At home, she enjoys cooking, walking in nature, studying spiritual wisdom, exercising, and spending time with her family.