University of Wisconsin Green Bay – Sheboygan Campus currently utilizes on-campus, computer-based learning in a modified emporium setting. It is the product of a redesign that was started seven years ago and that is constantly being updated and improved in response to both student and instructor feedback.
Instructor Synde Kraus discusses the format and structure of the original redesign model, as well as how that model evolved into the course currently offered. She also shares what worked, what didn’t, and how many small changes and modifications have translated into improved student success.
About the Presenter:
Synde Kraus is a Senior Lecturer at the University of Wisconsin Green Bay – Sheboygan Campus. After receiving a mathematics degree from Michigan Technological University in Houghton, Michigan, she taught high school math and physics in Michigan. She earned her master’s degree from Saginaw Valley State University in Saginaw, Michigan.
Synde has taught mathematics at the college level for the last 14 years. Her college teaching resume starts at Bowling Green State University in Ohio before moving to Wisconsin in 2006 to teach for the University of Wisconsin Colleges.