NCMATYC 2017 has ended
  1. Fill out the conference survey that is online.  Here is the link: https://goo.gl/forms/0XVuZDoXoTjoeCmh1

  2. Add your notes to the Community Conference Notes. Here is the link: https://goo.gl/nryGrB

  3. Connect, Communicate, and colLABorate all of the ideas and news with others.

  4. Use NCMATYC Slack to colLABorate.  http://ncmatyc.matyc.org/collaborate/collaborate-in-slack/

  5. Be Great with the 58: 5 days a month 8 minutes each day, do some thing that involves NCMATYC.

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Alana Baird

Appalachian State University
Mathematical Sciences
I teach a general education quantitative literacy course for non-STEM majors, so I work mainly with freshman and students who often dislike math. I am interested in mathematical modeling, real world applications of mathematics, utilizing technology to assist in problem solving, sustainability, first year and transfer student success, metacognition and mindfulness. I love to continually improve my course and learn about new technologies that can help me accomplish my goals. The technology I use most to improve my content delivery and communication is AsULearn (Moodle). I use a variety of tools in AsULearn such as VoiceThread, the workshop tool and Zoom. Also, I have recently been exploring new interactive and collaborative technologies, such as Glisser and H5P, to make presentations in class more interactive and engaging.

VoiceThread Presentation: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1_TQFfVtWMcPtU09WUX3st4ZqsN0McXRE/view?usp=sharing (PowerPoint)

https://drive.google.com/file/d/1jonXeTZNvoaf_spkX0ZteHDM4ZIck3WM/view?usp=sharing (Student Presentation Example)