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
The new editions of College Algebra and Precalculus, along with the co-requisite courses College Algebra + Integrated Review and Precalculus + Integrated Review, are hot off the presses! The complete revision of these titles now includes new chapters, topics, and expanded exercise sets broken into practice, application, technology, and writing/critical thinking question sets. 22 new integrated review topics in the co-requisite courses ensure students receive … Continue reading New Editions: College Algebra & Precalculus
Students in your corequisite course have most likely seen these lessons before—some even two or three times. Yet, it’s just not sticking, and students are feeling frustrated. What can you do? Contextualize the prerequisite content for your corequisite students. Updates to the Precalculus + Integrated Review courseware include new Making Connections and Looking Ahead sections in review lesson modules. These sections provide examples and … Continue reading Contextualized Learning in Hawkes’ Precalculus Corequisite Course
Time and time again, we hear from calculus professors across the country that one of the biggest issues in their classes is students remembering the building blocks of algebra. Here are a few suggestions to help ensure students have the basics mastered: Consider diagnostic testing. Identify students who have skill gaps, then provide them with supplemental … Continue reading Reducing Algebra as a Calculus Pain Point