The IBL Workshops 2016

Cal Poly San Luis Obispo


TENTATIVE 2016 Dates:

Workshop #1 June 21 to June 24, 2016

Workshop #2 June 28 to July 1, 2016

The IBL Workshops in 2016 will be hosted in San Luis Obispo, CA, at Cal Poly.  Early career faculty are eligible for (partial) travel scholarships.  The 2016 workshops are funded by an National Science Foundation IUSE grant.  (NSF DUE-1525058)

Previously funded by SPIGOT (Supporting a Pedagogical Innovation for a Generation of Transformation NSF DUE-1225833) an NSF Funded collaborative research project with Cal Poly San Luis Obispo, Cal State Dominguez Hills, University of Colorado Boulder, and Kenyon College.  SPIGOT’s main objective is to conduct The IBL Workshop, which is a professional development workshop for mathematics instructors**, teaching at the college level.  The IBL Workshop provides an intensive, 4-day program for college math instructors, interested in learning to implement inquiry-based learning in a college-level mathematics course.  A comprehensive follow-up program is also provided after the workshop that includes mentoring, course materials, and continued interaction at upcoming conferences.

The July 2015 Workshop is funded by NSF DUE-1225833 and support from the Academy of Inquiry Based Learning

**Eligibility: Math Faculty of all ranks employed at colleges and universities with undergraduate programs are eligible to apply.  Graduate students, postdocs, and assistant professors are especially encouraged to apply.

Professor Stan Yoshinobu, SPIGOT Project Director,

Department of Mathematics

Cal Poly San Luis Obispo

Director of the Academy of Inquiry Based Learning

The IBL Workshop is an MAA PREP Workshop (NSF DUE 0817071).  Many thanks to MAA for their generous support for this workshop!

With support from the Academy of Inquiry Based Learning 

Cal Poly San Luis Obispo

Inquiry-Based Learning Workshop in Mathematics

“Were all instructors to realize that the quality of mental process, not the production of correct answers, is the measure of educative growth something hardly less than a revolution in teaching would be worked.” 

John Dewey, Democracy and Education

“The function of education is to teach one to think intensively and to think critically... Intelligence plus character - that is the goal of true education.”

Martin Luther King, Jr.

Funded by NSF (DUE-1225833)

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