Yuba College Faculty Resources
The Yuba College Deans and directors assembled the Faculty Quick Reference Guide (linked below) to provide helpful information on Syllabi, SLOs, Census Certification, FLEX, Grades, Student Discipline, and other issues and procedures all faculty should know. We hope this guide will assist you. All new Yuba College faculty should be directed to this document. All current Yuba College faculty should be familiar with the information and guidelines found therein. Please take time to look over its contents.
Additional useful information is available on the following pages:
What to cover in…
- Math 101A, 101B (Aug 2018)
- Math 52A, 52B (Aug 2018)
- Math 101 (Aug 2018)
- Math 52 (Aug 2018)
- Math 59 (Aug 2019)
- Math 111 (Aug 2018)
- Math 1ABC (Aug 2017)
- Stat 1 (Jan 2020)
Course SLOs are available here.
Your course syllabus is to include the list of course objectives and student learning outcomes for the course, which can be found on the course outlines. Your syllabus is to be kept on file in the division office.
You may find course outlines on CurricUNET. Here are the course outlines for Math 50, 52, 110, and 111.
Sample common final exams
Some past common final exams for you and for your students.
Free Mathematics and Statistics Resources
- https://askgoodquestions.blog: Allan Rossman at Cal Poly SLO has started writing a weekly blog about teaching introductory statistics. This blog aims to provide practical ideas, examples, activities, assessments, and advice that can be used directly with students. The posts are designed to be fun as well as thought-provoking.
- desmos.com: Desmos is a free online graphing utility.
- wolframalpha.com: Wolfram Alpha is a free online computational knowledge system (basically a computer algebra system and knowledge database combined).
- Statistics Simulations: Apps written by Matt Davis (Chabot College) who graciously granted us permission to use (Thanks Matt!) The simulations are in a zip file.
- What is TeX/LaTeX?
- What is New in LaTeX?: part I
- What is New in LaTeX?: part II
- What is New in LaTeX?: part III
- What is New in LaTeX?: part IV
- What is New in LaTeX?: part V
- What is New in LaTeX?: part VI
- What is New in LaTeX?: part VII
- Short Math Guide for LaTeX
- A gentle learning curve for LaTeX
- LaTeX & TeX Web sites
- Mathematical Illustrations
- TeX Users Group (links to download TeX here); join TUG to support the community
Alternative Work Site Application
Submit this form when you need to be off campus during a class week, for example, to attend a conference.
Forms for instructor evaluations
District Math Dept Meeting
Meeting agenda and minutes
Department program reviews.
Jobs in Higher Ed
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