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Miller Receives Kaplan Award for Innovative Teaching
University of Wisconsin-Sheboygan Developmental Math Coordinator Janette Miller has been selected to receive an Arthur M. Kaplan Award for
the 2011-12 academic year.
Miller, who joined UW-Sheboygan in January 2006, is honored for her outstanding
contributions in the instruction of Developmental Math courses at UW-Sheboygan and across
the UW Colleges and for her efforts in the launch of the HAWKES program on the UW-S campus. The HAWKES
program utilizes a mastery-based computerized mathematics software that allow students to complete more than one math
course in a semester, thereby creating a shorter path toward the completion of core math requirements for the Associate’s degree.
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If you could give one tip to your students, what would it be?
Math is not a spectator sport. In order to be good at it, you have to practice.
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Witty, meticulous, and reliable
What super power do you want?
The ability to be in multiple places at once. It just has so many practical applications.
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I once had a student ask me 'What does it take to get a PhD in math?' I said,
'Well you have to solve a problem that nobody's ever solved before.' The student looked at me, completely serious, and said
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