Reducing Algebra as a Calculus Pain Point

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

English Instructor Resources

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

Strategies for Academic Success In New Editions – Free Download Included

Preparation for College Mathematics and Developmental Mathematics new edition textbooks

The National Student Clearinghouse® Research Center™ studied a cohort of more than 2.2 million degree-seeking students who first started college in fall 2011 (both at 2-year and 4-year institutions in the U.S.). Six years later, 43.1% of that cohort had not completed their degree.* Oftentimes, low completion rates are due to students not accessing the right … Continue reading Strategies for Academic Success In New Editions – Free Download Included

Five of the best accessibility resources for content creators

Our Accessibility Team at Hawkes Learning has gathered several of their favorite resources for learning about and testing a website's accessibility. As we work toward becoming WCAG 2.0 Level AA compliant, we've learned from some of the best sources within the accessibility community. Below are five that our team recommends using if you're a developer … Continue reading Five of the best accessibility resources for content creators