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Welcome to the conference celebrating of 30 years of NCMATYC
  • A link to the printed program is here.
  • Be sure to attend a NCMATYC SLACK session and use SLACK during the conference.
  • There are 15 twenty minute sessions - check the schedule for rooms 229 and 322.
  • Be sure to attend one IMPACT session on Friday at noon.
  • Fill out the conference evaluation. Link is here. https://goo.gl/forms/7wpU2WO7LvOgLmnw2
  • Be sure to colLABorate in the conference notes. Link is here. https://goo.gl/EMKTkP
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Thursday, March 8 • 4:00pm - 4:20pm
Encouraging Online Student Engagement

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Meaningful student engagement is vital to success and retention in a quality online class, yet this is one of the most difficult tasks facing an online instructor.  Presenters will share ideas they have found to be successful in their online classes that encourage meaningful student engagement.

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Cathey Jordan

Math Professor; STEM Development, Wake Tech CC
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Anne Magnuson

Associate Department Head, Math & Physics, Wake Technical Community College
I teach MAT171 online (halftime). Talk to me about online math.

Thursday March 8, 2018 4:00pm - 4:20pm
Room 322

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