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MATYCNJ SPRING 2021 Meeting

MARCH 25th, 2021

5Pm – 8pm

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Time

Session

Presenter

5:00pm  to 5:15pm

Welcome to MATYCNJ Spring  Meeting

Kelly Fitzpatrick, President, MATYCNJ

5:15pm to 6:00pm

Proctoring and Authentication of Student work in a virtual classroom

Anna Cecala and

Heather Wolfgang

County College of Morris

Break out 2 (open)

 

Break out 3 (open)

 

6:15pm to 6:45pm

Business Meeting

Kelly Fitzpatrick, President, MATYCNJ

7:00pm to 8:00pm

Student Usage of Open Educational Resource Learning Materials in Algebra 2

Jennifer Applebee

Middlesex College

Cosponsored with Rutgers GSEAA

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Proctoring and Authentication of Student work in a virtual classroom

 

Presenters: Anna Cecala and Heather Wolfgang, County College of Morris

 

In the current environment, it is essential to develop procedures for testing students virtually and authenticating their work.  In this session, we will discuss proctoring students in both synchronous and asynchronous courses.  Topics include exam proctoring, verifying student identity, submission and authentication of work.  Specific examples will be provided.

 

Student Usage of Open Educational Resource Learning Materials in Algebra 2

 

Presenter: Jennifer Applebee, Middlesex College

 

The purpose of this study was to describe the implementation of OPEN ENDED Resources (OER) in a developmental Algebra 2 class for community college students who have declared non-STEM majors.  The resources included a student workbook, associated videos, and an online homework tool which were cultivated to align with the Algebra 2 learning outcomes.  Surveys and interviews were used to examine student and faculty perceptions of the OER materials.  Final exam data indicated that there were no significant differences in the outcomes of students who used the OER resources and those who used the traditional resources.