Bill Kazmierczak

Dr. Kazmierczak is the Calculus Coordinator at Binghamton and recently implemented "split" calculus. This means that Calculus 1 and Calculus 2 are each taught in two half semester courses, and students can drop/add midsemester courses as needed. Calculus 2A material covers integration techniques and applications, and Calculus 2B covers sequences, series, and polar coordinates. If a student starts the semester in Calculus 2A and passes, then he/she could continue on to Calculus 2B in the second half of the semester. However, if the student doesn't pass, then he/she could start Calculus 2A again during the second half of the semester and would take Calculus 2B the next semester.

We have been discussing the possibility of implementing this type of system for our calculus courses at WVU and would like to learn about Dr. Kazmierczak's experience at Binghamton University.

Please join us for the colloquium, and feel free to share this e-mail with anyone who might be interested.

Date: 09/19/2018
Time: 4:00PM-5:00PM
Place: 315 Armstrong Hall

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