random fractal 2016 MichMATYC Fall Conference
Friday & Saturday, October 14 & 15, 2016
Delta College

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Presenter: Julie Gunkelman
Time: 11:30am-11:50am Room: J138
Title: Five Tips for Successful Flipped Classes
Abstract: Thinking about flipping your first class? Tried flipping your class but were not happy with the results? Whether you are flipping a preparation for Algebra or Calculus class, there are five key ingredients to successful flipped classroom pedagogy. Come and learn these course structure must haves from an instructor who has flipped seven different classes.
Materials: (TBA)
Time: 2:00pm-2:20pm Room: J135
Title: Communication for Successful Pathways Courses
Abstract: Ready to offer a non-STEM pathway for mathematics? Educating all of the key players when offering a new course can be challenging. The focus of this session will be lessons learned from sharing information about two new courses at Oakland Community College with faculty, administration, counselors and students.
Materials: (TBA)
Biographical: Julie Gunkelman is a full-time mathematics faculty member at Oakland Community College. She earned her Bachelor of Science in Mathematics from Michigan State University and her Master of Arts in Mathematics from Eastern Michigan University. Julie has taught a variety of courses throughout her career including the traditional STEM sequence through Calculus III, Math for Elementary School Teachers and two non-STEM courses she helped develop at Oakland Community College, Math Literacy and Quantitative Reasoning. She uses technology and a variety of teaching strategies in her classes. Julie is an active member of AMATYC and MichMATYC. She is currently serving AMATYC as the Professional Development Coordinator. Julie, her husband Mike, and their two children reside in Novi, Michigan.