Virtual Teaching Computation Online with MATLAB!
Applications are open for the seventh annual Teaching Computation with MATLAB workshop, taking place online October 17-19th, 2021.
Apply by June 15 to save your spot.
At the 2021 October faculty-led virtual workshop, educators in Biology, Chemistry, Engineering, Geoscience, Math, Physics, and allied fields will develop curriculum using MATLAB while sharing strategies, tools, and challenges teaching computational courses in in-person and online settings.
If you're teaching a STEM course, you've likely seen big changes in expectations over the last few years -- more online learning, more programming, more math, and more hardware, with some courses requiring all of those.
What will happen at the online workshop?
At the 2021 virtual workshop, you will
- Develop curriculum: Upgrade your curriculum with a focus on online learning
- Join a network of peer educators: Meet and learn from experienced, faculty, education professionals, and MATLAB experts
- Work in small teams: Develop new ideas collaboratively for effective computational skill development in students
- Share your peer-reviewed teaching activities: Prior to the workshop, all teaching activities will be peer reviewed and published, making them citable and available for inclusion in your CVs and tenure packages
- Learn about MATLAB Online Tools: Discover how MATLAB tools can be embedded in courses and student homework
- Receive a certificate of completion for participating in the workshop
Apply today to ensure your spot.
There is no financial commitment for the workshop.
To create an engaging online workshop environment, attendance may be capped. Applications are non-binding; however, to confirm participation, accepted participants will need to register. The registration form will be sent to accepted applicants in late summer.