About the Webinar
Join Pathways implementers, Kelly Kohlmetz of the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, and Mary Crawford-Mohat of SUNY Onondaga Community College, as we explore the components of the Carnegie Math Pathways approach—an approach that is helping thousands of high school and college students annually achieve success in mathematics.
During this hour, you’ll learn more about our suite of corequisite, stretch, and college course solutions, all of which incorporate:
- An active instructional model that promotes collaborative, student-centered learning;
- Embedded social-emotional supports that nurture productive mindsets and a sense of belonging;
- Relevant and contextualized curricula that connect statistical and quantitative reasoning to real-life situations; and
- Our flexible platform, which can support in-person, online, or hybrid instruction.
We’ll also outline the professional supports available to every Pathways instructor.
Who Should Attend?
College and 8th-12th grade educators, administrators, and advisors who are new to Carnegie Math Pathways and interested in adopting an evidence-based approach to support high school and college math readiness and help students advance toward college completion.