Math Monday: We want to hear from you!

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Last week, we launched a series of interviews to get your feedback on the Financial Algebra course. But the spots were limited and filled up quickly! This week, we’re sharing some glimpses of what we’ve heard from teachers, plus another opportunity to give feedback if you missed it.

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what have we heard

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We enjoyed talking with you about how you are using financial algebra in your classes. Here are some of the highlights we’ve heard so far:

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We also love to hear your suggestions for what you would like to see in a financial algebra course in the future. Our course team is taking notes!

Want to give feedback?

If you teach financial algebra, fill out this Google Forms survey to share your thoughts on the course.

We would especially like to hear from high school teachers who are using NGPF’s financial algebra as a primary course for a semester- or year-long course. At this time, we will not be providing gift cards for participating in this short format survey.

New to teaching financial algebra? Register for our upcoming virtual PD exploring new financial algebra course next Monday, November 14th at 1PM Pacific/4PM Eastern.

About the author Katherine Dawson

Katherine (he/she) is excited to join the NGPF team after 9 years of experience in education as a mentor, tutor and special education teacher. He is a graduate of Cornell University with a degree in Policy Analysis and Management and has a master’s degree in Education from Brooklyn College. Katherine looks forward to bringing her passion for accessibility and educational justice to curriculum design at NGPF. During her free time, Katherine enjoys undertaking cooking projects, walking around the Seattle neighborhood with her partner and dog, or hanging out in a hammock with a book.

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