Experience At Math CEO Program
Experience At Math CEO Program
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Math 192 Final Winter Quarter, 2019 Your final assignment will consist of a written report and a creative activity. These two items will replace the in-class final exam, and they are due on Wednesday 3/22/19 at 1:30pm. (This is the time currently listed on Websoc for the 192 final exam.) Please email your written report and your creative activity to Dr. Pantano (email@example.com) and Dr. Simonyan. To facilitate the process of creating the activity and make sure you do not procrastinate or cram this assignment, you will be asked to start working on these projects during the Math 192 meeting in week 10. You will have the opportunity to brainstorm together with your peers and lay down your plans for the activities. You can also take this time to work (individually) on your written report, so you can save yourself some time during finals week. Below are details of requirements for the written report and for the creative activity. WRITTEN REPORT Your written report (1-2 pages, typed) will present your thoughtful reflections regarding the three points below: 1) General experience in Math CEO Write about your experiences in Math CEO. Please address the points below, in some order. a. b. c. d. e. f. g. h. i. j. k. l. m. n. o. p. What has been the best part of Math CEO for you? If you were asked to describe Math CEO to a potential mentor, what would you say? What would you want a new mentor to know about being in Math CEO? What made you want to apply to be a mentor at Math CEO? What was your most memorable moment in Math CEO? What was the most challenging moment in Math CEO? What activity did you enjoy the most and why? Is there anything about the students that surprised you? Is there anything about being a mentor that surprised you? How many times did you participate in the program this quarter, and what kept you coming? How (and how much) did you prepare for the meeting? Did you feel supported as a mentor? What is the best part about your relationship with your mentee(s)? What is the most difficult part of your relationship with your mentee(s)? Has your relationship with your mentee(s) changed since you joined Math CEO? If so, in what ways? Please describe your relationship with other mentors. 2) Your views on the strengths and limitations of the program: please talk about what we (as organizers) and what you (as a mentor) could do differently next time to improve the program). We are particular interested in your feedback regarding the following aspects of the program: a. b. c. d. e. Training the mentors Building a sense of community (with both the mentors and the students). Curriculum and manipulatives Classroom management Snacks and supplies We want to hear what you enjoyed, but also what you would suggest we may change, and why. Thanks for your feedback! We recognize and appreciate your role in shaping the Math CEO program. 3) How the program has impacted you. To help you reflect on part (3), we provide a list of potential benefits of service learning courses that appear in the Education literature. For your report, select 2 of these outcomes, and comment on how they relate to your experience. POTENTIAL BENEFITS OF SERVICE LEARNING Learning Outcomes • Positive impact on students’ academic learning • Improves students’ ability to apply what they have learned in “the real world” • Positive impact on academic outcomes such as demonstrated complexity of understanding, problem analysis, problem-solving, critical thinking, and cognitive development • Improved ability to understand complexity and ambiguity Personal Outcomes • Greater sense of personal efficacy, personal identity, spiritual growth, and moral development • Greater interpersonal development, particularly the ability to work well with others, and build leadership and communication skills Social Outcomes • Reduced stereotypes and greater inter-cultural understanding • Improved social responsibility and citizenship skills • Greater involvement in community service after graduation Career Development • Connections with professionals and community members for learning and career opportunities • Greater academic learning, leadership skills, and personal efficacy can lead to greater opportunity Relationship with the Institution • Stronger relationships with faculty • Greater satisfaction with college • Improved graduation rates CREATIVE ACTIVITY For the second part of the assignment we ask you to create an activity for Math CEO. It may be a math activity, a career invitation, a presentation about your major, an activity aimed at building relationships between students and mentors, a presentation to train the Math CEO mentors on some important matter, a video containing a teaching demonstration, etc. Make sure your creative activity is engaging and of high quality. Please include a description of the following: • • • • Goals of the activity Expected audience Materials needed and clear instructions for the activity At least 3 strategies for effectively engaging and interacting with students as you explain the activity. Make sure you address at least one aspect of the Danielson Framework (Domains 2 & 3 – choose ONE subheading and explain how it can be effectively utilized or implemented during the activity).
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