Description: Students often struggle to perform the math calculations required in biotechnology classes and jobs. It is therefore common for students, teachers, and employers to think that these students can’t “do” math. In reality, average students have the math skills required to perform the majority of commonplace biotechnology calculations. But they have difficulty finding and applying appropriately the math tools they possess. In our upcoming webinar on October 14th, a biotechnology instructor and a math instructor will come together to talk about strategies to help students develop the skills and confidence they need to solve math-related challenges. We will provide specific examples of how we each think and approach performing and teaching calculations. (Spoiler alert: we do not always approach biotechnology math in the same way.)
Presenters: Dr. Lisa Seidman and Rodney Null.
High School Math Pathways : this web page has descriptions of new high school mathematics pathways from the Ohio Department of Education. You can find these toward the bottom of the path.The pathways described here include:
A Vision: Mathematics for the Emerging Technologies Copyright 2003 by the American Mathematical Association of Two-Year Colleges
National Center on Education and the Economy, 2013
What Does it Really Mean to Be College and Work Ready?