This series includes extra credit videos for Professor Craig A. Mason's course Introduction to Education Stats on some of the mathematical principles involved in understanding pandemics. The content was submitted to the University of Maine COVID-19 Community Archive by Jonathon Jue-Wong, Administrative Coordinator, The Office of the Executive Vice President for Academic Affairs & Provost. Also, includes Moving Beyond Crisis Schooling Report and screenshots of webpages with resources to support parents and teachers while school was not in session due to COVID-19 and when schools returned to in-person learning in the fall of 2020.
The video content was submitted to the Provost Office following a call for University of Maine faculty to submit examples of COVID-19 related course activities, assignments, projects, etc. from spring 2020 and fall 2020, including syllabi for courses focused entirely on COVID-19 (all disciplinary perspectives, all areas of scholarly expertise); and any materials for COVID-19-related symposia, special journal issues, lectures, colloquia, conferences, presentations, etc. planned or projected for summer or fall 2020. Other content was captured starting in April 2020 from the webpages of the University of Maine.
Submissions from 2020
College of Education & Human Development _Moving Beyond Crisis Schooling Report, Catharine Biddle, Maria Frankland, Ryan Crane, Brooke Sulinski, and William O'Neil
EHD 573 Epidemic Extra Credit Videos & Cover Email, Craig A. Mason
College of Education & Human Development_PreK-12 Resources for Educators and Families Webpage, University of Maine College of Education & Human Development
Community for Learning for Maine Webpage, University of Maine College of Education & Human Development