Spring 2021 – Virtual Workshops Via Zoom

Workshop 1: Parent functions and transformations

Presented by: Prof. Persau

Date and Time: Tuesday, February 9th at 12:30 pm

Registration Link: https://ccm-edu.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJMldeqsrjIuG9O_vvoNGXYHCmcJLY3q82oU

Description: Discussion on how to graph quadratic, square root, cube root, cubic, absolute value, and piecewise functions. Intended for current Precalculus students or above.

Workshop 2: Why Math is Important & Professions That Use Math

Presented by: Prof. Thurman and Prof. Fitzpatrick

Date and Time: Thursday, February 18th at 12:30

Registration Link: https://ccm-edu.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJErd-yrrj8pGtQ6Deij0pXd-MiegTrlA43z

Description: Do you want to know why mathematics gives us the critical ability to learn and think logically in any field? Are you interested in the job market for data science? If so, join two passionate math professors to discuss these opportunities.

Workshop 3: Factoring

Presented by: Prof. Wolfgang

Date and Time: Tuesday, March 2nd at 12:30 pm

Registration Link: https://ccm-edu.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJclc-ygqj0qGNI3Mc2sLT74gDAMcvSt0_PD

Description: This workshop will review factoring out a common term, factoring a difference of perfect squares, factoring trinomials, factoring by grouping, and factoring a sum/difference of cubes.

Workshop 4: Unit Circle workshop for Precalculus

Presented by: Prof. Frye

Date and Time: Wednesday, April 28th at 12:30 pm

Registration Link: https://ccm-edu.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJItceirqDgrGtbYt4ZJU2G_blarxe7-mJ11

Description: The Unit Circle is utilized to evaluate trigonometric functions at main angles – some tips and tricks for how to make sure you can evaluate these without a calculator and how to use these abilities to solve trigonometric equations will be covered. Intended for current Precalculus students or above. Prior exposure to trigonometry is required.

Calculus Series Workshops

Workshop 1: Precalculus Topics for Calculus I & II Students

Presented by: Prof. Shuck

Date and Time: Wednesday, January 27th at 2 pm

Registration Link: https://ccm-edu.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJ0tcO2rqzsrHNeULrTGCblLJYGzMQ8EPYoe

Description: Algebra Highlights: square root property, rules of exponents and logs, solving absolute value inequalities
Trig Highlights: definitions of trig functions and inverse trig functions, key trig identities
Graphing Highlights: transformations of parent functions, review of x = y2, horizontal and vertical asymptotes

Workshop 2: Calculus I Basics for Calculus II Students

Presented by: Prof. Shuck

Date and Time: Wednesday, February 3rd at 2 pm

Registration Link: https://ccm-edu.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJMvfuGqrzkoG9ABzri2Pxkbb1YELaMVHIsN

Description: Differentiation Review: review of basic differentiation formulas and rules (power rule, product rule, quotient rule, chain rule), tangent lines. Integration Review: review of basic integration formulas and rules, evaluate indefinite integrals using basic integration techniques including substitution, evaluate definite integrals.

Workshop 3: Unit Circle workshop for Calculus students

Presented by: Prof. Frye

Date and Time: Wednesday, February 10th at 12:30 pm

Registration Link: https://ccm-edu.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJArd-2prjMtHtc9MQVVMCJ2NpxTY_NR_1cE

Description: The Unit Circle is utilized to evaluate trigonometric functions at main angles – some tips and tricks for how to make sure you can evaluate these without a calculator and how to use these abilities to solve trigonometric equations will be covered. Intended for current Calculus students or above. Prior exposure to trigonometry is required.

Workshop 5: Integration Review for Calculus I

Presented by: Prof. Sabella

Date and Time: Thursday, April 29th at 12:30 pm

Registration Link: https://ccm.webex.com/ccm/j.php?MTID=m23edde547cae164582e568bf84dee047

Description: Review of basic integration formulas and rules, evaluate indefinite integrals using basic integration techniques including substitution, and evaluate definite integrals.

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