Written by Quinton Nottingham and James S. Hawkes the second edition of Discovering Business Statistics provides brand new topics, expanded exercise sets, and more. NEW CHAPTER Chapter 15: Time Series 15.1 Time Series Components15.2 Moving Averages15.3 Exponential Smoothing Techniques15.4 Forecast Accuracy15.5 Seasonality NEW LESSONS 2.2 Data, Big Data, and Analytics3.5 Analyzing Graphs7.3 Assessing Normality Graphically9.4 … Continue reading What’s New in Discovering Business Statistics, 2nd edition?
Written by Kimberly Denley the second edition of Viewing Life Mathematically provides students with practical, relevant, real-world mathematical experiences throughout a flexible curriculum. NEW PROJECTS 54 NEW section-level projects to promote active learning EXPANDED EXERCISES 300+ new software questions1100+ new textbook questions ENHANCED EXAMPLES Updated examples to increase equity and inclusivity for students NEW CHAPTERS … Continue reading What’s New in Viewing Life Mathematically, 2nd edition?
Written by Dr. Chris Schroeder of Morehead State University, the third editions of the Precalculus Guided Notebook & College Algebra Guided Notebook provide tangible, pencil-to-paper resources to supplement in-person, hybrid, or online learning environments. View sample: Precalculus Guided Notebook View sample: College Algebra Guided Notebook These guided notebooks ensure accountability to course content, prompting students to … Continue reading Guided Notebooks: The Perfect Supplement to Your Course Content
While many learners identify as predominately visual, auditory, or tactile, nearly all can benefit from tactile learning. This kind of learning includes hands-on activities and movement for students to gain a deep understanding of lesson content. Since tactile learning techniques aren’t always included in a traditional curriculum, here are three tips to incorporate some in class: … Continue reading How do you teach tactile learning?
Looking for a sample syllabus to learn how another instructor has incorporated Hawkes in class? On the hunt for tips to share with students, including note-taking skills and sample papers showing how to properly cite research? We have you covered with the resources below. Instructors using Hawkes can also access these materials (and PowerPoint presentations!) … Continue reading English Instructor Resources