Mathematics Recitation Schedule
Monday, January 24 – Monday, May 9
Recitations only occur when the college is open. There are no recitations during Spring Break
|MAT 094/094E||Mondays||4– 4:50 PM||Dalip|
|MAT 094/094E||Thursdays||10 – 10:50 AM||Korchinski|
|MAT 136/136E||Mondays||1 – 1:50 PM||Dalip|
|MAT 136/136E||Mondays||4 – 4:50 PM||Korchinski|
|MAT 136/136E||Tuesdays||1 – 1:50 PM||Dalip|
|MAT 136/136E||Wednesdays||9 – 9:50 AM||Dalip|
|MAT 136/136E||Thursdays||11 – 11:50 AM||Korchinski|
What is a Recitation?
Informal, small group learning opportunities led by a Professor; a chance to ask questions, go over homework problems, get further explanation of concepts.
How will they work Virtually?
The Math faculty may share their screens and write on a virtual whiteboard, or use a large real whiteboard or a document camera to provide extra help and answer questions.
Where are the Virtual Recitations?
Click here for a quick video of how to join the Math recitations in Microsoft Teams
How would I ask a question?
During the recitation, you could share your screen or email the professor a photo of the problem that you are stuck on or read the problem out loud or hold it up to your camera.
Do I need to register in advance?
No! But you do need to download the Teams App the first time. Watch how (video)
Who can go?
Anyone registered for a math course that has recitations scheduled.
Why should I go to recitations?
It has been statistically proven that students who go get better grades!